Henry Lamb

Editor's Note: Henry passed away in 2012. He will be greatly missed.

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Get dollar-pollution out of the race

May 6, 2012 — Henry Lamb

Super PACs, indeed, polluted the Republican primary elections, and it will get worse during the general election campaign.  The short-term cure for this situation is to require that any public announcement in support or opposition to a candidate be approved publicly by the candidate named, and the cost of the announcement be disclosed by the named candidate.

Agenda 21’s role in America’s financial breakdown

Apr 29, 2012 — Henry Lamb

For more than 20 years, now, the most powerful word in advertising has been “sustainable.” This term sells everything from toilet paper to spark plugs. This same term is even more powerful when applied to public policies such as: “sustainable” energy; transportation; agriculture; development; housing, and almost every other policy considered by government. When the term “sustainable” is used to sell a product, the product will be more expensive and less efficient than it has to be. When the term “sustainable” is used to sell a public policy, the policy will not only be more expensive and less efficient, it will be controlled by the government, and it will ultimately fail.

The audacity of ignorance

Apr 22, 2012 — Henry Lamb

When Obama was elected President, he thought “foreign policy” meant strategies to organize the Chicago suburbs of Oak Park and Glen Ellyn. Now, well into his fourth year as President, he has added Iran and Syria to the list of “suburbs” he thinks can be organized by sitting down with their leaders and explaining what he wants them to do.

Who owns the West?

Apr 15, 2012 — Henry Lamb

It’s a fair question. The federal government claims ownership of most of the western states. Why?

Why the President should be fired

Apr 8, 2012 — Henry Lamb

There are far more reasons to fire President Barack Hussein Obama than can be addressed in a single column. Here are just a few reasons that should be considered.

This is no way to elect a president

Apr 1, 2012 — Henry Lamb

Close your eyes for a moment, and imagine how we might elect the next president without seeing a single TV commercial, without a single Political Action Committee, without a single debate, without a single dollar changing hands, without a single “support me and I’ll appoint you Secretary of State,” without months of endless, meaningless promises that try the soul of the most patient patriots.

Agenda 21 treaty on the horizon

Mar 24, 2012 — Henry Lamb

imageWhile liberal journalists continue to claim that Agenda 21 is just a “conspiracy theory” being advanced by right-wing crackpots, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the International Council for Environmental Law (ICEL) have released their fourth Draft of the International Covenant on Environment and Development. This document was designed from the beginning to convert the “soft-law” non-binding Agenda 21 into firmly binding global law - enforceable through the International Criminal Court and/or the dispute resolution features of the Convention on the Law of the Sea.

Who’s right about Agenda 21?

Mar 18, 2012 — Henry Lamb

More and more local communities are rising up to oppose local comprehensive land use plans and local ordinances because they claim the policies contained in the documents reflect the recommendations found in the U.N.‘s Agenda 21, which result in the loss of property rights and individual freedom. Consequently, proponents of professional planning and sustainable development increase their criticism of the opposition, often resorting to ridicule and personal attacks. So who’s right about Agenda 21?

Occupiers or Tea Partiers?

Feb 12, 2012 — Henry Lamb

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Imagine how the media would react were the Tea Parties to behave as the Occupiers have. Take a few minutes to view some of this video (2:09), or this video (2:08). Occupiers demand to “occupy” whatever they wish as a First Amendment right, but they will not allow Tea Party people (:52- explicit) to exercise their First Amendment rights.

Rep. Herger is wrong about Agenda 21

Feb 5, 2012 — Henry Lamb

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California Representative Wally Herger offered an article on Agenda 21 which, unfortunately, reflects a lack of knowledge about Agenda 21 - shared by far too many elected officials. In the first instance, he said that Agenda 21 is a document developed at a U.N. Conference in 1993.

The target is Obama!

Jan 29, 2012 — Henry Lamb

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Many people are convinced that this President has done more to destroy the United States in three years than all the other presidents combined. The only hope of preventing another four years of even more drastic destructive policies is the election of one of the four remaining Republican candidates. The two frontrunners are using their time and resources, even on national television where they can be seen by the public, arguing over whether Newt’s consulting contract with Freddie Mac is “lobbying,” or whether Mitt is a moderate. Wake up gentlemen; the target is Obama!

Democrats have selective memory

Jan 8, 2012 — Henry Lamb

Democrats like to say: “The worst thing we could do is to go back to the very same policies that created this mess in the first place.”  They are absolutely correct; we do not ever want to see again the policies that created the current economic mess.  But we will, if Obama is re-elected.
Democrats want their audiences to believe that “…the very same policies,” are those practiced by the Bush administration.  Their hindsight stops with the 2000 election.

The defining moment in the future of the USA

Jan 1, 2012 — Henry Lamb

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January 1, 2012 is the first day of the last year of the first term of the most “transformative” President in the history of the United States.  Before he became president, Barack Hussein Obama told America that “…we are five days away from fundamentally transforming America.”  During the first three years of his presidency, he has pushed his philosophy of governance further and further away from the philosophy of governance developed by the Framers and enshrined in the U.S. Constitution. The defining moment in the future of the United States will come on November 6, 2012, when each citizen casts – or fails to cast – a vote for the next president, and for the legislators who will guide the nation.

A nation divided

Nov 13, 2011 — Henry Lamb

Congressional Republicans refuse to consider any so-called jobs bill that contains a tax increase that penalizes the successful.  The President and his Democratic allies refuse to consider any jobs bill that does not include another tax on the wealthy.  This division, so vividly portrayed in Washington, reflects a division that threatens the nation.

Obama the Administrator

Nov 6, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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Barack Hussein Obama is rapidly becoming the Administrator that Colonel Edward Mandell House fantasized about in his horrible novel, Philip Dru: Administrator.

Regional planning brings regional governance

Oct 30, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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So what’s wrong with regional governance?  Nothing- unless you value the republican form of government and individual freedom - and detest autocracy in all its forms.  Regional governance evolved as a way to get around the obstacles presented by multiple local governments, all of which may have a stake in the region, but often disagree on what the region needs.

How the U.N. influences domestic policy

Oct 23, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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On Monday, October 24, everyone is supposed to honor the United Nations in celebration of its 66th birthday.

Will the real America please stand up?

Oct 16, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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America took a sharp left turn in 1912, when it elected a globalist with a strong Marxist philosophy.  Woodrow Wilson, and his alter-ego, Colonel Edward Mandell House, created the League of Nations, created the Federal Reserve, created the income tax, and kicked the states out of the federal government by enacting the 17th Amendment.

The transformation of government

Oct 8, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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Where did governments – at every level – get the idea that they are supposed to manage the affairs of their citizens?  Governments were first created in America to serve their citizens.  Now, citizens must ask their government for permission to build a house, to drive a car, to open a business, or to buy a gun.  The role and authority of government has changed over the years from an entity that serves the needs of its citizens to an entity that manages the affairs of its citizens.

The difference between Planning 101 and Planning 102 is…

Oct 1, 2011 — Henry Lamb

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Local governments have two fundamental responsibilities: (1) protect the rights of the citizens; and (2) provide the services the citizens authorize.  To meet these responsibilities, local elected officials must look to the future and anticipate what services their citizens may want, and construct plans to meet those needs.  This kind of planning will be referred to as Planning 101.