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Protecting Your Rights

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Uploaded on Jan 26, 2012

Protecting Your Rights - Fred Kelly Grant - http://www.TrademarkAmerica.org
02:30 Obama policy overview
06:18 God in America
06:52 Agenda 21
10:00 ICLEI http://www.iclei.org/ International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives
11:40 Implementing Agenda 21
12:06 Corridoration - Fred's made up word
17:17 No element is left untouched in our daily lives.
20:30 Schools, the Constitution, and Prayer
24:20 Coordination and snake oil, stopping Agenda 21, the Texas Corridor.
27:19 Regional plans implementing policies much as outlined in Agenda 21
34:52 Why OUR PARTICIPATION COUNTS, how we can influence our government and how Trademark America can help. http://www.TrademarkAmerica.org
43:22 Who understands?
45:05 We need to elect good people
46:59 How religion and the Constitution effected his life
49:51 Make it a fight...
52:51 Land for collateral
55:54 Look at ICLEI http://www.iclei.org/
Fred Kelly Grant is a leading expert on all aspects of the formal coordination process. Based in large part upon his work, nearly 200 local jurisdictions have engaged in coordination. Born in Hartsville, South Carolina, Mr. Grant enjoyed a successful career as a criminal law attorney in Baltimore, Maryland prior to moving to Idaho. Twenty years ago, he became involved as the Chair of an Owyhee County, Idaho workgroup that used coordination as the vehicle for developing the Owyhee Initiative. The resulting Owyhee Initiative Act was signed into law by President Obama in 2009, protecting the interests of Owyhee County ranchers and resolving long-standing grazing and other land use management policies.

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