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Seven50 – The shell game of “sustainability” and Agenda 21

June 22, 2013

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Sustainable development and smart growth communities are threats to private property ownership.  If we lose our private property rights, we lose all of our rights in America.  Go to your planning meetings in your county or city, and meet the people who are attempting to take away your rights.  Ask questions, like “what is unsustainable?” […]

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Have You Seen The 15,000 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations? Don’t Blink!

June 3, 2013

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A nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations has materialized under the blind eye of the main stream media reporting agencies.  Twelve BILLION dollars from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), better known as the Stimulus Bill, was allocated to the Department of Energy for investment “in a broad portfolio of advanced vehicle technologies,” […]

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Transportation Strategy for Job Growth: A sense of urgency with no sense of urgency

May 23, 2013

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The Policy Leadership Group met on May 22, 2013 to begin work on a “Transportation Strategy for Job Growth.” In attendance were the mayors of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City, along with the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and HART board members.  Transportation consultant Herbert Marlowe gave a pretty power point presentation outlining […]

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Citizens Organized for Sound Transportation (COST) letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott

May 9, 2013

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Below is a letter the Tampa Bay area group Citizens Organized for Sound Transportation (COST) sent to Florida Governor Rick Scott, regarding the budget request for allocation of $200,000 to fund a study of a merger between the Pinellas County and Hillsborough County transit authorities.  When will our trusted servants realize they cannot keep appropriating […]

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Special interests advocate for light rail in Tampa Bay

February 13, 2013

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In an article in the Tampa Bay Times, a new advocacy group has formed in Tampa Bay in support of light rail transit.  Connect Tampa Bay, formerly Tampa Bay on Track, has launched a massive marketing campaign to push an initiative for a sales tax increase to fund light rail and other transit improvements in […]

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God Created Transit?

February 7, 2013

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In case you missed the subtle social engineering going on in our media today, below is the NextCity.org Super Bowl Commercial “God Created Transit”.  A little boy tells his father, “I don’t ever want to need a car to live my life, dad. Thank God there’s transit.” So now it is okay to express a […]

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Light Rail On Track For Tampa Bay Despite Widespread Voter Opposition

January 14, 2013

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Before the 2010 elections, politicians in Hillsborough County were discussing plans for a light rail transit system.  To pay for the project, they voted to have a referendum on the ballot for the citizens to vote on increasing the sales tax from seven to eight percent, a fourteen percent increase.  Between the politicians, bankers, businessmen, […]

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Do Not Be Fooled By Virginia Governor McDonnell’s Seppuku Transportation Plan

January 9, 2013

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Dr. Ron Utt has written a terrific piece in Bearing Drift on Virginia Governor McDonnell’s proposal to eliminate the state fuel tax of 17.5 cents per gallon of fuel purchased, and replacing it with an increase in the state sales tax. Dr. Utt writes: On 8 January 2013 Virginia’s Governor Bob McDonnell released a comprehensive […]

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PSA from Melbourne Metro

November 21, 2012

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Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving! Kind of scary that they had to do a three minute public service announcement about this!

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Rockin’ on the Right Side

November 3, 2012

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A great article from one of my RightOnline Conservative Bloggers! Truly a great read, especially if you think light rail will save your city! Now I’m Pissed!

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