Balancing Political Correctness with Honesty

Cynthia Davis with some ladies from the Peoria Women’s Connection.
Now that March is here, everything is suddenly looking greener.  Last month I traveled to Harrison, Arkansas; Branson, Missouri; Bloomington and Peoria, Illinois to share the good news that there is a better way.  As we hear some alarming environmentalists claim our planet is on a path of destruction, it is time for hope and encouragement from the other side of the spectrum.

Those who don’t believe in our Creator find it difficult to put our purpose and priorities into perspective.  There are some who think the universe just happened.  That is as absurd as believing a tornado hit a junkyard and the random bits of metal created a car.  The gaps in their logic diminish their credibility.

Responsible citizens understand and practice good stewardship by each of us.  If we take good care of our property, it will sustain us.  The same is true of the Earth.  We need to take good care of it and it has many wonderful ways of taking care of us.  Yet, some social engineers have used environmentalism as an excuse for manipulating people into poverty, attaching a negative value to those who drive big vehicles and a positive moral value to those who forsake modern energy.

All levels of government have reacted to this philosophy by crafting laws to address the concerns of these environmentalists.  When I was in municipal government, our city designed a system whereby all residents would be coerced into recycling.  The state government passed tax subsidy laws.  The national government passed policies and mandates that tax, intimidate and create new hardships on many utility providers.  All of this is driving up costs and causing financial harm to the citizens, especially the poorest among us.  As many times as I have run for office, I have never had one constituent ask me to pass legislation that will increase their energy costs.

Tonight on our Home Front Internet radio show, we will discuss the hidden agenda behind the hype.  A nationally recognized authority, Dr. Kevin Biesner,  explains how environmental measures are draining hard earned money away from us:

Also, we will discuss the anti-life agenda brought on by those who think children are liabilities instead of assets: 

It’s time for us to take the bull by the horns.  We can’t afford to give away our sovereignty, our prosperity and our freedom over new rules imposed upon us by the one world government proponents in the United Nations.  We are a sovereign nation and information is our best defense.

Your thoughts on governmental environmentalism are important to me, so please share what you think here:  
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Also, you will have an opportunity to ask Dr. Biesner your questions by calling between 8 and 9 pm at this number:  (347) 677-1835

 

A Little Bit of Humor…

This picture shows the skull of a dinosaur called Centrosaurus. Centrosaurus was a bulky dinosaur from the late Cretaceous Period (around 76 million years ago). Photo taken in Victoria Museum, Melbourne, Australia.A Day at
the Museum


Tourists in the Museum of Natural History were marveling at the dinosaur bones. One of them asks the guard, “Can you tell me how old the dinosaur bones are?”

The guard replies, “They are 3 thousand, four years, and
six months old.”

      “That’s an awfully exact number,” says the tourist. “How do you know their age so precisely?”

The guard answers, “Well, the dinosaur bones were three million years old when I started working here, and that was four and a
half years ago!”