Trump admin signs pact blaming humans for Arctic ‘climate change’

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson signed an agreement recognizing the landmark Paris climate accord at a meeting of Arctic nations in Alaska on Thursday, but said President Donald Trump was not rushing to decide whether to leave or weaken U.S. commitments to the pact.

The Arctic agreement Tillerson signed with foreign ministers from the other seven nations of the council, including Russia, Canada and Norway, made only a passing reference to the Paris pact. It noted “entry into force” of the pact and its implementation and called for global action to reduce greenhouse gas pollution.

Still, Tillerson’s signing of the document surprised a source close to the State Department. “We’d heard … that there would likely be a significant U.S. effort to redline or even remove entirely the Paris and climate language,” said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the talks.

Tillerson came around to the agreement after hours of debate following a dinner the council members ate together on Wednesday night, Denmark’s Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen told Reuters. Tillerson, a former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, is one of Trump’s advisers who supports staying in the agreement.

“He was happy about it; he seemed to be satisfied. We all were because it’s a big step,” Samuelsen said.

Tillerson told the council the Trump administration was reviewing how it will approach climate change but was not going to rush to make a decision on Paris. “We are appreciative that each of you has an important point of view,” said Tillerson. “We are going to make the right decision for the United States,” said Tillerson.

Trump is expected to make a decision on Paris after a Group of Seven summit at the end of May.

Finland’s Foreign Minister Timo Soini, whose country will chair the council for the next two years, praised U.S. leadership in the Arctic Council, but added that the Paris pact is an important tool in fighting climate change.

The council also signed an agreement on sharing science and data on the Arctic, an effort led by Russia and the United States, and addressed Arctic search and rescue and communications.

(Reporting by Timothy Gardner; Additional reporting by Valerie Volcovici in Washington; Editing by Tom Brown and James Dalgleish)

What Congress is hiding about #Agenda21?

Agenda 21 is a land use planning mechanism developed by the United Nations to guide national and local policymakers in creating so-called “sustainable development.”

 It was written by foreign nations where people are property, for foreign nations where people are property.  It does not recognize, and if fact detests, your right to own a home, drive a car or have private property.  It achieves the phony goal of “sustainable development” by declaring much of the United States off-limits to human use.


Even worse, the federal government is spending your tax dollars to promote it, through the State Department and EPA.  Congress doesn’t want you to know that. 

It does not recognize private property rights, restrictions on government abuse of eminent domain or other restrictions on government power Americans enjoy under the United States Constitution.

It is radical environmentalism in its purest form, a guttural hatred of humanity expressed in international policy jargon.  Sustainable development is the new label they slapped over the old, faded word ‘socialism’ when it became too ugly to use.


Incorporating U.N guidelines into their local planning authority is just their way of sneering down their noses at neighbors they consider inferior.  It’s typical abusive liberal arrogance, and it’s targeting your right to own property, a home and a car.

This isn’t some dark conspiracy where UN lawyers drop into small town America and rewrite laws.  This is typical liberalism, where American liberals look to socialist-leaning international bodies that share their hate of the American ideals of private property and individual prosperity and adopt their teachings.  

Which of these 16 Republicans will stab you in the back?

These 16 Senate Republicans have NOT co-sponsored Rand Paul’s REINS Act.
That’s a problem.
The REINS Act is a simple, but Swamp Draining reform. It takes away the power of unelected bureaucrats to make up and enforce their own laws, by calling them regulations.
 

Under the REINS Act, no major regulations would take effect unless passed by both chambers of Congress and signed by the President. In other words, if it’s enforced as a law, it must be passed as a law. No more Regulation Without Representation.

The REINS Act easily passed the House.  President Trump wants it on his desk so he can sign it into law.

Senate Democrats plan to block it with a filibuster. Why are these 16 Republicans refusing to back this conservative reform?

You can demand your senator co-sponsor S.21, or thank them for their support, by signing below.

Alexander (TN)
202-224-4944

Burr (NC)
202-224-3154
Cochran (MS)
202-224-5054
 
Collins (ME)
202-224-2523
 
Corker (TN)
202-224-3344
 
Graham (SC)
202-224-5972
 
Hatch (UT)
202-224-5251
 
Hoeven (ND)
202-224-2551
 
Lankford (OK)
202-224-5754
 
McConnell (KY)
202-224-2541
 
Murkowski (AK)
202-224-6665
 
Rubio (FL)
202-224-3041
 
Shelby (AL)
202-224-5744
 
Tillis (NC)
202-224-6342
 
Toomey (PA)
202-224-4254

President Trump wants you to rip out liberalism’s heart…

Dear Patriot,
 

The REINS Act RIPS OUT LIBERALISM’S HEART!

That’s why President Trump wants it!  But scheming liberal Senators are blocking it.

Sign your RIP OUT LIBERALISM’S HEART! Pass the REINS Act Now! Petition below:

 

 

What is the REINS Act, and why does President Trump want it?

Sponsored by Sen. Rand Paul, it takes away the power of unelected bureaucrats to make up and enforce their own laws, by calling them regulations.

 
Under the REINS Act, no major regulations would take effect unless passed by both chambers of Congress and signed by the President. In other words, if it’s enforced as a law, it must be passed as a law. No more Regulation Without Representation.
 
The REINS Act easily passed the House.  President Trump wants it on his desk so he can sign it into law.
 
But Senate Democrats plan to block it with a filibuster.
 
Demand your Senators break the liberal filibuster and send the REINS Act to President Trump’s desk!
 

That’s why I sat down to write to you.

When you sign your petition below, you will join thousands of grassroots supporters of Americans for a Better Economy in calling on your Senators to:

 
1) Immediately co-sponsor Senator Rand Paul’s REINS Act, S. 21, and
 
2) Demand Majority Leader McConnell immediately bring to the Senate floor for a recorded vote on, and to vote in favor of, the House-passed REINS Act, H.R. 26.

All you have to do is take 30 seconds to sign your RIP OUT LIBERALISM’S HEART! Pass the REINS Act Now! Petition to your Senators.


You can sign it below.

Sincerely,

Donald Ferguson
President, Americans for a Better Economy

http://www.BetterEconomy.org

P.S.  President Trump wants the REINS Act on his desk NOW!  But liberal Senators are blocking it with a filibuster threat.  Liberals are terrified of the REINS Act!

The REINS Act RIPS OUT the heart of liberalism – the federal government’s power to make up and enforce its own regulations.  It takes away the power of unelected bureaucrats to make up and enforce their own laws, by calling them regulations.

Back President Trump! KILL FEDERAL REGULATIONS!  Please take 30 seconds to go sign your RIP OUT LIBERALISM’S HEART! Pass the REINS Act Now! Petition to your Senators.