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District 2U.S. House of RepresentativesNovember 8, 2016California General Election

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November 8, 2016California General Election

U.S. House of RepresentativesDistrict 2

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  • 100% of precincts reporting (804/804).

About this office

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to represent the people of a specific congressional district in the federal government. They introduce and vote on new laws, hold hearings, and are responsible for approving federal taxes.
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Democratic
United States Representative
254,194 votes (76.9%)Winning
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  • Economic agenda that prioritizes middle class opportunities, better wages, college affordability and protections for working families.
  • Leading on climate change, including accelerating the transition to clean renewable energy and ending fossil fuel extraction on our public lands and off our coasts.
  • Campaign finance reform, including repeal of Citizens United, banning SuperPACs, full and transparent disclosure, and public campaign financing.
Profession:U.S. Representative
Assemblymember, California State Assembly — Elected position (20062012)
Senior Attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) (20012006)
Director, Marin Municipal Water District — Elected position (19942006)
Boston College Law School JD (cum laude), Law (1990)
U.C. Santa Barbara BA (magna cum laude), Political Science (1986)

Congressman Jared Huffman was elected in November, 2012 to represent California's 2nd Congressional District, which stretches from the Golden Gate Bridge to the Oregon border.  He serves as Ranking Member of the subcommittee on Water, Power and Oceans in the House Natural Resources Committee, and has quickly emerged as a leader in Congress on environmental and climate change issues.

 

 

Before his election to Congress, Huffman represented the North Bay for six years in the California Assembly, where he distinguished himself as a legislator who works hard and gets results, often forging bipartisan consensus on difficult issues. Huffman authored well over 60 pieces of successful legislation in the Assembly and received numerous awards for his legislative leadership. He chaired the Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee and played a leading role in crafting and passing landmark water reforms in 2009. Other notable laws authored by Huffman include California’s pioneering lighting efficiency standards (AB 1109) which were subsequently adopted into federal law; the nation’s largest programs for solar hot water heating (AB 1470) and paint recycling (AB 1343); reforms that improve California’s State Parks system (AB 1589) and Department of Fish and Wildlife (AB 2402); and creation of a new voluntary type of corporation, California Benefit Corporations, to promote corporate social responsibility (AB 361).

 

 

Prior to his election to public office, Huffman was a Senior Attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). One of his proudest accomplishments at NRDC was helping forge an agreement to restore a 153-mile stretch of the San Joaquin River in California’s Central Valley.

Before he joined NRDC, Huffman was a successful public interest attorney whose victories included several major jury verdicts in gender discrimination and race discrimination trials. He also served 12 years in local government as a Director of the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD), from 1994 to 2006.

 

Huffman graduated magna cum laudefrom the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he was also a three-time NCAA All-American volleyball player. He went on to play for the USA Volleyball Team in 1987 when the team was ranked #1 in the world, before attending and graduatingcum laudefrom Boston College Law School.  Huffman was recently inducted into the UC Santa Barbara Athletic Hall of Fame and presented with the "Distinghuished Gaucho" award.

 

Huffman lives in San Rafael with his wife Susan, a teacher, and their two children Abby (15) and Nathan (13). In his free time, Huffman enjoys all types of fishing, as well as tennis and home winemaking.

 

Huffman serves on the Natural Resources and Transportation Committees in the 114thCongress.

 

  • California Democratic Party, California Labor Federation, and all endorsing environmental groups
  • Petaluma Argus-Courier
  • Dozens of local elected officials and community leaders in every part of the 2nd District
  • Over 500 individual residents of the 2nd District
Total money raised: $969,170

Below are the top contributors that gave money to support the candidate(s).

1
Credit Union National Association
$10,000
1
Honeywell International
$10,000
1
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
$10,000
1
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
$10,000
1
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades
$10,000
1
Transport Workers Union of America
$10,000
1
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America
$10,000

By State:

California 57.82%
District of Columbia 22.10%
Maryland 4.56%
Virginia 4.47%
Other 11.05%
57.82%22.10%11.05%

By Size:

Large contributions (91.94%)
Small contributions (8.06%)
91.94%8.06%

By Type:

From organizations (48.56%)
From individuals (51.44%)
48.56%51.44%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission.

 

I’ve been a strong, effective voice for California's 2nd district on national issues and critical local priorities.  

 

I’m fighting for an economic agenda that prioritizes middle class opportunities, better wages, college affordability and protections for working families.  That includes ending wasteful tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas, and investing the savings in our future:  education, research and infrastructure.

 

 

 

As a leader on climate change and environmental protection, I’ve stood up to Big Oil by authoring bills to permanently protect our coast and public lands from drilling, and to accelerate our renewable energy transformation.  I’m also working across the aisle with a small, determined group of Republicans who accept climate science and understand that building a clean energy economy is a tremendous economic opportunity if we work together.  

 

 

 

 

Protecting North Coast rivers and fisheries is critical.  I’ve fought for additional flows in the Trinity River, authored legislation to protect the Smith River, and am working to expedite removal of Klamath River dams. 

 

I’ve also led the fight against continuous attacks on the Bay-Delta in Congress, and introduced comprehensive water legislation to make California drought-resilient without sacrificing environmental protections or pitting one region against another. 

 

 

 

I’ll keep fighting on local issues that matter – standing up for our sustainable local agriculture; securing funding to complete the SMART project; spearheading federal disaster relief for struggling Dungeness Crab fishermen; reforming the VA to improve veterans’ healthcare access, and more.

 

 

 

I’m fighting for values we share -- from increased funding for special education, to expanding rural broadband service, to supporting diplomatic solutions that can avoid costly wars in the Middle East.    

 

I would be honored by your vote.

 

 

 

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Dale K. Mensing

Republican
Cashier
76,572 votes (23.1%)
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  • I will work toward the nationalization of the Federal Reserve. At present the Federal Reserve is an impenetrable Wall Street cartel.
  • I will continue to promote wave energy conversion and desalination as tools to combat our district's water supply problems. I will bring to the table of discussion the Federal and State secret, toxic geoengineering.
  • I will work to eliminate the 10th amendment violating Affordable Care Act and Common Core "education."
Profession:Cashier
Bob Jones Academy High School Diploma (1976)
  • Marin County Republican Committee
Total money raised: $2,559

Below are the top contributors that gave money to support the candidate(s).

1
Marin County Republican Party
$217

By State:

California 100.00%
100.00%

By Size:

Large contributions (9.77%)
Small contributions (90.23%)
9.77%90.23%

By Type:

From organizations (46.47%)
From individuals (53.53%)
46.47%53.53%
Source: MapLight analysis of data from the Federal Election Commission.

Communist Education in California

Summary

This paper explains the presence of three processes of philosophical effort that seek to undermine valid education in California and the United States.

 

The enemies of Freedom know that “miseducation” [To educate improperly (American Heritage Dictionary), a wrong or deficient education ( Collins English Dictionary)] is the key to Freedom's abolition. Advanced are three primary processes for miseducation.

 

 

 

The first primary process for miseducation is the attempts to greatly reduce the power of the State. The power of the State is a key element of the American system that brought about Freedom in the first place. True Freedom of thought persists because of absence of centralization. Each of the colonies had a different approach to life, and therefor there were at least thirteen different approaches to education. Being part of the British Empire demonstrated to the colonists that a distant central authority breeds captivity, objectification, and dependence. Of course, some centralization is necessary to the Union. Yet, education by experience revealed to the colonists, the patriots and the framers that too much centralization is very bad for Freedom.

 

 

 

Much of the answer to the potential problems of over-centralization is found in the Tenth Amendment: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. As the idea of education is not found in the Constitution, education is reserved to the States or the people. Of course, for several arenas elemental to everyday life, such as education, the Tenth Amendment is a vital hallmark of Freedom. So, the Liberal hates the Tenth Amendment.

 

 

 

The attempt to eliminate the power of the States and the power of people is called Statism. Defining the term, “Statist”, Dictionary.com says, “the principle or policy of concentrating extensive economic, political, and related controls in the state (“state” meaning: federal or national government) at the cost of individual liberty.” In order to eliminate the power of the States or the people, the federal government overtaxes the individual. This overtaxing removes potential resources for education from families, school districts, counties, and States. In order to retrieve some of the tax money, these debilitated groups, then, generally allow themselves to be bribed by the federal government. The money comes back with very serious strings attached.

 

 

 

Prominent among the strings attached to federal education money is the insistence that communist ideas must be taught and applied. Such ideas include assertions or implications that it is wrong for a law abiding citizen to own a gun, the idea that freedom of religion means freedom from religion, the idea that the federal government has the final word on curriculum and teaching strategies, and the idea that the main purpose of education is to prepare a person to be a productive functionary in a global economy. Among many other things, the Statist way of thinking brought about Ronald Reagan's signing of the U.S.-USSR Education Exchange Agreement in Geneva in 1985. The Statist way of thinking also brought about Senate Bill S.1177, the Every Student Succeeds Act, Which became Public Law No: 114-95 on 12/10/2015. Both of these federal actions provide templates for communist indoctrination of the students in the public schools of the United States.

 

 

 

The second primary process for miseducation is the implementation of the purpose and philosophy of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

 

 

 

To understand the United Nations is to understand that it is built all about the United States. It was founded in San Francisco. It is headquartered in New York City. It is the offspring of the League of Nations, which was the brain child of the “Jekyll Island” American President, Woodrow Wilson. Although there are 193 countries in the UN, 22% of the financing comes from the United States, 5% comes from Communist China, and 2.5% comes from Russia.

 

 

 

Because of our Freedom and what we have done with it, the United States is unique in its greatness. Our greatness makes us the primary target of Communism. The United Nations is used as a platform from which to attack us-- seeking to destroy us for what we are. One of the principal goals of the UN is to limit national sovereignty-- especially that of the United States. Our principles of equality and self-determination can continue if we firmly hold on to our independence. Yet, the more that we subject elements of our society to the auspices of a global organization that ever seeks to limit and eventually abolish all nation's national sovereignty, then the less Freedom we will have.

 

I respectfully suggest to the reader that they take into consideration the origins of the United Nations and the philosophies of its most significant founders, Alger Hiss and John Foster Dulles-- both of whom were promulgators of the “One World Order.” Be assured that “One World Order” or “New World Order” means, “Communist United States.”

 

 

 

UNESCO's communist onslaught is found in California's classrooms under the name, “Common Core.” On November 17, 2004, UNESCO signed a “Cooperation Agreement” with Microsoft to develop a “master curriculum” which has become the foundation of Common Core. According to Dennis L. Cuddy Ph.d., “Gates initialed every page and agreed that this curriculum was to reflect UNESCO's values. These values were explained in first UNESCO Director-General Julian Huxley's UNESCO: ITS PURPOSE AND ITS PHILOSOPHY as including “a scientific world humanism, global in extent and evolutionary in background”—May,11,2015 NewsWithViews.com. Such “a scientific world humanism” has found its grand standard bearer in John Dewey, who's influence has done much to establish a receptive audience for Marxism in the youth of America.

 

 

 

Common Core curriculum is Statist. The monitoring of the students is overtly Orwellian. The federal purpose of Common Core is to arrange students to be able to participate in an arranged global production system (outcomes/performance based education), reflecting the 1985 Geneva Summit's U.S.-USSR Education Exchange Agreement.

 

 

 

Common Core standards and tactics are an effort to eliminate the American spirit of courageous individuality, free thinking and vibrant self-determination. Rather than being debased by the influence of UNESCO, our schools need to teach with the purpose of helping students understand and achieve their inherent roll in the working out of Liberty.

 

 

 

The third primary process for miseducation is the liberal and the neoconservative applications of the principles of Trotsky's Fourth International.

 

 

 

The objective of The Fourth International is to eventuate socialism in various countries, especially the United States, with the ultimate goal of world communism. Leon Trotsky wrote, “Despite all the defeats of the proletariat, the position of the class enemy remains a hopeless one. Capitalism is doomed. Only in the socialist revolution is there salvation for mankind.” -- Open Letter for The Fourth International, First Published: New Militant [New York], August 3, 1935. Translated: New Militant.

 

The founding of the neoconservative movement involved the embracing of the communist philosophies of Leon Trotsky. Irving Kristol, regarded as the “godfather of neoconservatism” was a Trotskyite in 1940 and became an avid proponent of Statist, Centralized Government. Basic Trotskyite financing and basic neoconsevative financing come from related elitist globalists. An example of this globalist financing is the use of Elihu Root, the founding chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations, to facilitate the financing of Trotsky's Bolsheviks.

 

 

 

Another demonstration of globalist financing of socialism comes from Anthony Sutton. In his, Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution, Sutton wrote of top tier financier Andrew Carnegie's financing of the “Marburg Plan.” This was a plan in which the world's governments would become communist, while the ultimate power would actually be in the hands of the Wall Street types “to control its councils and enforce peace [and so] provide a specific for all the political ills of mankind.” In his, History of the Jews in the Soviet Union, Alexander Isayavivh Solzhenitsyn points to the “amoral logic of this long and consistent relationship” between Wall Street and socialism. Carnegie's involvement in the “Marburg Plan” was only a part of his seminal and singularly wide efforts toward miseducating the American youth toward a scientific world humanism (Communism). The fact that the arch-globalist Bechtel Corporation financed Ronald Reagan's winning bid for the Presidency, demonstrates President Reagan's actual neoconservative colors. His neoconservative affiliations explain his being an accomplice to the aforementioned 1985 U.S.-USSR Education Exchange Agreement, which has helped to quietly circumvent the west's supposed victory in the “Cold War.” Globalist George Pratt Schultz negotiated the U.S.-USSR Education Exchange Agreement. Please note that George Pratt Schultz, Caspar Weinberger, William Casey, and W. Kenneth Davis were all with Bechtel before they became part of the Reagan administration.

 

 

 

Truly, the most influential individuals within Congress support the neoconservative ideas of centralized, elitist, anti-constitutional government that fosters a reinforcement of all things “New World Order.” This includes going along with NAFTA, the Patriot Act, the two Invasions of Iraq (the first invasion of Iraq was a United Nations Police Action), and strongly supporting communist Common Core education. The multiple facets of Agenda 21, such as “Smart Growth”, government-private partnerships such as ICLEI (International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives) and William Clinton's, “President's Council on Sustainable Development” are all globalist concepts supported and perpetuated by neoconservatives. These concepts are also integral to the goals of the neoconservative's Liberal, counterparts: the leaders of the Democratic Party. Regarding the Democratic party, I respectfully suggest to the reader that they study the relationship between the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration and the communist cell of Harrold Ware.

 

 

 

When the neoconservative president George W. Bush chose to promote the Statist, “No Child Left Behind” education debacle, he appointed the liberal Senator Ted Kennedy to work out the details. It was liberal President Barack Obama who pushed the States to administer Common Core miseducation.

 

 

 

The attempts to greatly reduce the power of the States, the implementing of the purpose and philosophy of UNESCO, and the applying of the principles of Trotsky's Fourth International are three processes embraced by essentially the same people. If they like one of these processes, then they like the other two. They are a breed that seeks to objectify everyone but their own ruling class.

 

Statists, UNESCO, the neoconservatives and the Liberal Democratic leaders understand that the essential first step toward implementing communism is the miseducation of youth. By way of their scheming, federalized educational is the weed from which slavery is to be propagated.

 

 

 

We must show courage! Liberty requires the kind of education that only courage can bring.

 

 

 

As your Congressman, I will ever seek to eliminate Common Core and the Department of Education. I will continue to advocate the United States' withdrawal from the United Nations. I will continue to work toward a federal flat income tax that will make education funds available to home schooling, private schooling and local school districts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trinity County forest lands

Summary

This paper involves my approaches to caring for the forest lands of Trinity County-- approaches which run counter to "New World Order" regionalism.

 

The Forest Service has changed. The root of the change is philosophical. In response to a variety of forces such as economics, culture, and Agenda 21, the Forest Service has come to regard the forest as an ecosystem to be maintained through their ideas of protection. This philosophy includes the idea that underbrush should be left to the whims of nature, including potential fire. However, when fire occurs, we must fight the whims of nature. Their philosophy is exercised at the expense of “multiple use” needs. I strongly embrace the idea of having and protecting primitive areas like the Trinity Alps. But, we also have a new wilderness. People live in and around national forests, and their use of the land needs to reflect the fact that the forest can be used but not exploited.

 

One of the primary problems that Trinity County faces is forest fires. It is clear that forest fire size, intensity, amount of smoke and financial cost are all very much exacerbated by the fact that underbrush is not cleared. Good logging companies used to do this work as part of their responsibilities in harvesting. These forest fires obviously create much destruction and smoke. Many of our leaders regularly express concern about the need to take various actions to curb air pollution. I find forest fire smoke to be on a par with auto and industrial exhaust. Smoke is bad for the health and comfort of the citizens. And, smoke and charred forests certainly discourage tourism.

 

We cannot go back in time. The new wilderness of today needs to be cared for in such a way that all valid interests are taken into consideration. Citizens who wish to work can be employed to clear underbrush and refurbish riparian damage. They can be paid to do this using funds that are currently allocated for food stamps or other government help programs. The California Conservation Corps could be expanded to provide such employment. There is much, much less financial cost in preventing fire than there is in fighting fire.

 

As a society we need wood. I know that logging can be done in a responsible non-exploitive manner. Caring for streams, replanting and selective logging can be implemented to provide timber and timber jobs in a way that works in concert with the needs of the forest and forest communities.

 

Marijuana should be legalized and taxed as a controlled substance. Funds acquired should be used to eradicate illegal grows in national and State and National forests. As your congressman, I will seek out all interested parties to find an answer to the host of problems created by illegal grows. The list includes litter, toxic dumping, rodenticides, violence, stream damage, water diversion, water theft and trespassing.

 

My decisions are based on my personal sense of honor. I have no debts to industries, organizations or lobby groups. My interest in Trinity County involves my willingness to learn and to work. I would appreciate your vote.

Willits Bypass

Summary

This paper demonstrates my involved understanding of the wrongness of the Willits Bypass.

 

 

 

The process surrounding the construction of the Willits Bypass demonstrates a collection of symptoms that indicate a malevolent force within our State government leadership. What are the elements of the process?

 

 

 

The first element of the wrongness of the bypass is the clear fact that the bypass is unnecessary. Those who planned the bypass have disregarded the obvious fact that the level of traffic flow does not warrant a bypass. The bypass is not necessary because a large percentage of the vehicles going in and out of Willits on Hwy 101 North or South will bypass the bypass because they are going to and from Hwy 20 and Brooktrails. Only 30 percent of traffic would be diverted by a bypass.

 

 

 

The real issue is not the necessity of bypassing Willits, but, instead the real issue is that of reducing the congestion of traffic that must come in and out of Willits for various reasons -- including just passing through and perhaps stopping to shop. The real solution would have been to have built two lanes running north on the route of the railroad corridor which passes through town just 3 blocks east of present Hwy 101, and to have built two lanes running south on present 101. The city of Eureka has two lanes which run north on 5th Street and two lanes which run south on 4th Street. Willits would have then continued to enjoy the financial benefits of the flow of traffic, just like that which Eureka enjoys and will enjoy forever on the very same Highway 101.

 

 

 

Caltrans says that various regulations and laws prevented the use of the railroad corridor. The railway is “considered an active railway.” Railroad employees tell me that it has not been used for twelve years. It is obviously not an active railway, but being presented as such, made the use of the corridor supposedly untenable in Caltrans' eyes. If ever there were a case for exercising the concept of eminent domain then this is it. Besides, haven't the railroads already received far more than their due of government compensation and leeway? The cost of this plan would be microscopic compared to the cost of the bypass.

 

 

 

So, the first element of the process is the disregard of logic. No real consideration of the railroad corridor was ever made . Of course, there would have been some kind of a legal battle no matter which route were proposed.

 

 

 

As the first element of the wrongness of the bypass is the disregard of the clear fact that the bypass is unnecessary, the second element of the wrongness of the bypass is the fact that it involves the shocking destruction of precious wetlands, precious animal habitats and scores of mature trees. Thank you for this, your assessment, Will Parrish: “this horrible, unnecessary, wasteful, environmentally destructive boondoggle.” Dictionary.com, Boondoggle: noun. a project funded by the federal government out of political favoritism that is of no real value to the community or the nation.

 

 

 

If you are going to build an unnecessary freeway that will destroy wetlands, and do this with the alleged idea of replacing the wetlands, you could make a hint at honor by creating the new wetlands first, then build the unnecessary freeway and destroy the original wetlands after you have shown yourself to be a trustworthy and competent wetlands re-builder. That way the birds and other animals won't be left in the lurch during the years in between, while you eventually get around to being able to keep your word. Jared Huffman seems to have helped to facilitate this debacle by schmoozing the Corps of Engineers into letting Caltrans continue to build the unnecessary freeway with the idea that Caltrans will get around to creating new wetlands some time in the future. He presents himself to be an environmentalist.

 

 

 

 

 

The third element of the wrongness of the bypass is the fact that there are various Pomo archeological sites within the area designated for the supposed new wetlands. I met with Lee Clauss, the highly respected archeologist who has examined Little Lake Valley at the behest of the Sherwood Valley Pomo. She made it very clear to me that there are significant Pomo archeological sites along the entire circumference of Little Lake Valley. It is now clear that Caltrans can do no good. Of course Caltrans' leaders know it was wrong to build the unnecessary freeway. So, of course they would not seek out the possibility of the presence of archeological sites where they allegedly plan to replace irreplaceable wetlands.

 

 

 

 

 

Fourthly, even though Caltrans is building a two lane bypass, they have made it clear that they plan to build an exiting roundabout to accommodate a future four lane freeway. The idea of eventually needing to make the bypass a four lane freeway is an absurdity because everyone knows that Hwy 101 will always be a two lane highway along the five miles just north of town. The largeness of this roundabout will also destroy an archeological site. Priscilla Hunter of the Coyote Band of the Pomo told me that Caltrans has to acknowledge archeological sites, but “acknowledgment” is about all that they must legally do. Without an injunction they can legally go ahead and build their giant roundabout right over the archeological site. Boondoggle? Yes.

 

 

 

When I met with Michael Fitzgerral, Tribal Chairman of the Sherwood Valley Rancheria, he made it clear to me that he wished that Caltrans would have shown justification for their plans. And, he felt that they should have executed good faith in regard to their responsibilities to take into proper consideration all of the complex elements involved in fish migration, stream degradation, bird migration and traffic flow to Brooktrails and Highway 20. He also feels that they should have given careful regard to the possibility of the presence of archeological sites.

 

 

 

The problems are deep. Once a bureaucracy gets going with an idea, the inertia never stops.. They never stop trying because, as a government bureaucracy they must survive by ever expanding. Of course, the real issues are money and power. As they expand,there is more money. Those who facilitate the expanding, do then augment their power.

 

 

 

We must not acquiesce. As a free people, we have the right to expect complete openness and honesty from the spenders of our tax dollars.

 

 

 

Since there is no real logical call for a bypass, the fact that it is being done anyway, at the expense of our area's precious wetlands and native Pomo archeological sites, calls for the question, “what are the real forces behind the bypass?”

 

 

 

 

 

I expect that a sin of this magnitude is the result of various interplays of vanity. There is the leadership of Caltrans, and there is the leadership of the Army Corps of Engineers who ultimately receive their orders from various Commanders in Chief, who receive their playbooks from a breed of aloof financiers.

 

 

 

“What rarely gets mentioned is that the Willits bypass is part an ongoing series of Caltrans projects designed to open up the California North Coast to large trucks, thereby creating a through loop to foment the development of Humboldt and Del Norte counties (where these trucks are currently banned). The best we can hope for is an informed citizenry willing to stand in the way of bulldozers poised to do irreversible damage to a pristine valley once the deal-makers have provided the project with legal cover.”
GREG KING President, Siskiyou Land Conservancy.

 

 

 

This is also what the ‘Smart train’ coming now up to Cloverdale and eventually further North is also about. The rails are being laid to accommodate commercial traffic. It is part of a grand UN Agenda 21 overall ‘Smart Growth’ agenda being directed internationally into every region to control all resources and people.
http://www.democratsagainstunagenda21.com

 

 

 

A critical read is a book written by Rosa Kloire’s excellent expose of what is going right here in the North Bay and beyond titled, “Behind the Green Mask, UN Agenda 21″ --James Lee, Anderson Valley
http://www.amazon.com/BEHIND-THE-GREEN-MASK

 

 

 

As your Congressman I will work to eliminate any possible funding for the completion of this monstrosity. I will continually protest the completion of the bypass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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