The Green Plan by New York Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez is not dangerous just on its own merits which limit American growth and development under oppressive government rule. It’s dangerous because it will be embraced by local and state liberals, AND because so few conservatives vote in those elections.
Local and state elected officials will influence the debate and challenges to the Green Plan. If more liberals support it at the local and state level, the Green Plan will become acceptable, and even the law of the land eventually.
Conservatives must educate and inform themselves about the devastating consequences of this liberal/leftist Green Plan on local and state economies, as well as the nation. They must vote in more significant numbers than liberals in those local and state elections.
Wake up conservatives. Remember that the defense of freedom and liberty starts at the local and state level. Vote for individual political and economic freedom and against the Green Plan.
The Supreme Court on Thursday, Feb. 8, blocked a Louisiana law that would require a doctor to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the facility where the abortion is performed. While Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the dissent, Chief Justice John Roberts disappointed conservatives by voting with the liberals in the 5-4 decision. Chief Justice Roberts voted with the liberals to keep Obama Care alive, and here he goes again. Now he has voted with the liberals to stop a state from regulating itself.
The liberal national Hispanic organization LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) has filed a lawsuit against Texas Secretary of State David Whitley and Attorney General Ken Paxton, over their claim last week that nearly 100,000 voters in Texas may not be U.S. citizens. Rather than seeking voter integrity and clean up the voter rolls, LULAC and Democrat Party leaders want to prevent efforts to address or stop voter fraud by claiming racism and voter suppression.
LULAC’s general counsel Luis Vera is demanding that the court force state officials to release the data used in support of Paxton’s claim last week that nearly 100,000 voters may not be U.S. citizens. They claim Paxton’s announcement last week (Jan.25, 2019) is a method of voter suppression, meant to instill fear in Hispanic voters.
San Antonio Mayoral candidate Bert Cecconi is using billboards to tell voters about his idea for a tuition-free college program. However, Cecconi proposes to “force” builders and citizens to pay for the program through a city ordinance that will impact negatively on the building industry.
Cecconi has 300 billboards around San Antonio that preach his tuition-free junior college idea. However, the devil is in the details, and his ads don’t explain how to fund this program.
"The way I propose doing it (funding the program) is passing a city ordinance that says all new construction, homes, and buildings in San Antonio, will have solar panels," Cecconi, an 83-year-old retired dentist said. "CPS would install the panels, and CPS will own them."
CPS is the City’s biggest moneymaker, so all the money would go to the city government, and they would administer the new program. It would create more city bureaucracy.
Even though the United States has opted out of the Paris Climate Agreement, liberal San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg plans to support it. In a draft of the City’s proposed plans to support climate change remediation goals, much of it focuses on ending gasoline-powered private and commercial vehicles, which will affect the transportation and mobility freedom of all citizens.
The plan justifies ending private gas-powered vehicles by claiming that they allege they are 34% of the metro's total greenhouse gas output. The plan recommends that only expensive electric and alternative fueled vehicles be on city streets and roads by 2050.