The Southern Poverty Law Center, which fights racial injustice and monitors hate groups, considers the John Birch Society an anti-government "patriot" group. When the ICLEI membership raised concern in council chambers, the Human Rights Network linked the outcry to the John Birch Society and a fall speaking tour in Montana by Tom DeWeese, a leading critic of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is a United Nations roadmap of sorts to sustainability, but its detractors see sustainability as a trap of "radical environmentalists" and a threat to private property rights.Another member of the protest identified as Knox Harrington is quoted by Ms. Szpaller as saying:
He supports Ron Paul for his adherence to the constitution, and while he doesn't agree with every view the John Birch Society holds, he respects its efficacy: "It helped to get one of the champions of the Constitution into office, Congressman Ron Paul. So any organization that can do that time after time, they're doing something right, and that's what really attracted me."You know a nerve has been struck when Bob Ellis emerges from his hibernaculum to comment on the Noem dust bill likely drafted, as Don Pay suggests, in the Koch wing of the cave.
Liberty apparently means having the right to pollute the ground you live on or 'own;' and, it's God's will if neurotoxins or antibiotics that you introduce drain into the next guy’s property.
Jon Huntsman takes on Ron Paul:
Will Rep. Paul leave the GOP after losing Iowa or will he wait until after losing South Carolina to run as a Libertarian choosing Gary Johnson as his running mate?