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The Cursed Life of an Activist
Principle Before Party
Jerry’s “Magic” Lesson
GOP Endorses Life-Long Bread Lines
Is American Law Enforcement Out-of-Control?
The Faith-Based Initiative Is a Trojan Horse
Barrack Obama and the Weathermen
Opportunity
The Continuing Saga of Failed Federal Education Policy
“New Civics” means “Global Governance”
Taking the “P” Out of PTA
Ritalin Is Poison
Will George W. Bush Fix Education?
Entangling Alliances: George Washington vs. the UN
The UN’s Dirty Little Secret
The Most Dangerous Man In the World
Be careful when asking for UN “Reform”
Opening Statement Before the Cambridge Union Society Cambridge University
There is No Global Warming
Barack Obama’s Suicide Mission to Copenhagen
Climategate: Melting the Chains of Tyranny
The Hidden Wealth of Earth Day
Christian Pulpits Invaded By Green Propaganda
All in the Name of Environmental Protection
National Heritage Areas . .
Sustainable Development: The Root of All Our Problems
UN’s Agenda 21 Targets Your Mayor
The Attack of the Alien Outlaws
What Part of “Illegal” Don’t They Understand
The Betrayal of the Golden Venture
The Growing National ID Trap
E-Verify and the Emerging Surveillance State
Government Gone Mad in a Total Surveillance Society
“Globally Acceptable Truth” and the Crime of Thinking:
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Now Tell Me I Was Wrong

Now Tell Me I Was Wrong

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This book is a collection of articles published in The DeWeese Report during the past 15 years. These articles were written during some of the greatest changes to our government, schools, economy and personal freedoms yet witnessed in American history. Ignored by most in the nation at the time, the results of the implementation of these policies are now at the very root of massive discontent in the nation. As today’s Tea Party rises in protest, many wonder where such a movement came from. Over the past fifteen years Tom DeWeese has been sounding the alarms over government land grabs, radical environmentalists, radical “reform” in the schools, attacks on our national sovereignty and UN-driven global governance. For his efforts, Tom DeWeese was not only ignored, but derided and labeled an alarmist. Now, however, those policies he warned us about are front page headlines fueling a national discontent. As they rip apart our nation and protests grow in our streets, Tom DeWeese issues this challenge… “Now tell me I was wrong.”
This book is a collection of articles published in The DeWeese Report during the past 15 years. These articles were written during some of the greatest changes to our government, schools, economy and personal freedoms yet witnessed in American history. Ignored by most in the nation at the time, the results of the implementation of these policies are now at the very root of massive discontent in the nation. As today’s Tea Party rises in protest, many wonder where such a movement came from. Over the past fifteen years Tom DeWeese has been sounding the alarms over government land grabs, radical environmentalists, radical “reform” in the schools, attacks on our national sovereignty and UN-driven global governance. For his efforts, Tom DeWeese was not only ignored, but derided and labeled an alarmist. Now, however, those policies he warned us about are front page headlines fueling a national discontent. As they rip apart our nation and protests grow in our streets, Tom DeWeese issues this challenge… “Now tell me I was wrong.”

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