As previously posted, both NOlathe and the Johnson County Government participated in this production. NOlathe supplied the George Soros http://www.theblaze.com/stories/is-the-soros-sponsored-agenda-21-a-hidden-plan-for-world-government-yes-only-it-is-not-hidden/ information and Johnson County is one of the local governments referenced.
Archive for August, 2014
April 22, 2014
BY RICK MONTGOMERY
The Kansas City Star
Inside the empty edifice at 8788 Metcalf Ave., everything is as gray as the iconic building’s future.
A concrete floor is striped with ruts a foot deep. They once carried bowling balls returning from the pins to patrons of the King Louie West family fun center.
Down a broad and colorless ramp, an oval expanse of dirt marks the site where ice-skaters once twirled.
The place closed five years ago. Johnson County taxpayers now own it.
Some are fuming about that, noting that the $3.6 million the county spent to purchase and stabilize the facility over the last…
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“The America’s Great Outdoors Initiative turns the conventional wisdom about the federal government’s role in conservation on its head,” Salazar said. “Rather than dictate policies or conservation strategies from Washington, it supports grassroots, locally driven initiatives.”
Obama’s Sustainability plan “America’s Great Outdoors” viewed here ago50statereport
One of Obama’s Sustainability plans for Kansas is shown below:
Flint Hills Legacy Conservation Area
Rural Working Land Conservation Eastern Kansas
Project Description and Need: Only three percent of the native-prairie grasslands that once stretched from Canada to Texas remain today. Establishing a new easement based conservation area by working with key ranching community partners will protect up to 1.1 million acres of North America’s last landscape-scale tallgrass prairie.
The Flint Hills area is also an important part of the conservation and recreation agenda of the State of Kansas. Rolling prairies provide ample hiking, biking, river, and equestrian trails. The state has partnered with a…
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If learning that The City of Overland Park used $100,000 of public funds to defend and settle a lawsuit in 1996 wasn’t disturbing enough, all the information concerning the suit and settlement are sealed. A reasonable person would think that since these were tax dollars, that the provider of those tax dollars would be allowed to know why? A reasonable person would also know that this $100,000 was the “out of pocket expense” and only determined by the insurance deductable. The cost to the insurance company may very well have been the reason that the carrier did not offer insurance to The City of Overland Park the following year. And it does not account for the time and efforts of city employees being deployed on missions as directed by a retained attorney for information. What services were not available to the tax payers due to other priorities? Cost?
We shared that this sealing…
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Sun’s activity shown to influence natural climate change
August 19, 2014