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This week, Americans for Prosperity is hosting four educational events about the United Nations’ “Agenda 21,” which is an attempt to implement international policy through local government. So far, Agenda 21 has been rather successful, unfortunately.
What is Agenda 21?
Agenda 21 is a plan to develop our communities under the guidance of the federal government and the U.N. Questions exist regarding whether this is an attack on individual liberties.
There will be a presentation about Agenda 21 and sustainable development in Pittsburg next Monday. Also, a national expert on this topic will speak in Overland Park, Wichita and Topeka, regarding the push of Agenda 21 in the name of economic development.
Pittsburg: 6 p.m. Monday, March 26 at the Homer Cole Senior Center (3003 N. Joplin, Pittsburg)
Tom DeWeese, President of the American Policy Center, will speak March 29-30 in Overland Park, Wichita and Topeka. Details are below:
Overland Park: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 29 at the Regnier Theater of the University of Kansas Edwards Campus (12600 Quivira Road, Overland Park)
Wichita: 11:45 a.m. Friday, March 30 at The Petroleum Club meeting (100 N. Broadway, 9th Floor, Wichita. This presentation is part of the Wichita
Pachyderm Club’s regular meeting.)
Topeka: 5:15 p.m. Friday, March 30 at The Celtic Fox (118 SW 8th Ave., Topeka. This presentation is part of the Topeka 9-12 Project’s regular meeting.)
DeWeese will explain the U.N.’s Agenda 21 initiative, and help you translate the vague terminology associated with Agenda 21 (think “community visioning,” “sustainable development,” “livable communities,” etc.).
We encourage you to attend one of these presentations, and learn more about this important topic. You can read more about it here.
Connect with Benjamin Hodge at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, The Kansas Progress, and LibertyLinked. Hodge is President of the State and Local Reform Group of Kansas. He served as one of seven at-large trustees at Johnson County Community College from 2005-’09, a member of the Kansas House from 2007-’08, a delegate to the Kansas Republican Party from 2009-’10, and was founder of the Overland Park Republican Party in 2011. His public policy record is recognized by Americans for Prosperity, the Kansas Association of Broadcasters, the Kansas Press Association, the Kansas Sunshine Coalition for Open Government, the NRA, Kansans for Life, and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).