Friday, July 27, 2007
Thank you all that responding to this situation!
Thank YOU GOD OUR FATHER!
Thursday, July 26, 2007
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
(July 25) The House of Representatives is continuing debate on spending measures for fiscal year 2008 this week. Last night, Members passed the transportation, housing and urban development appropriations bill (H.R. 3074) and today, they are expected to take up the commerce, justice, and science spending proposal (H.R. 3093). As reported to the House floor, both bills already contain a provision offered by Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.) requiring Federal government contractors to participate in the Basic Pilot program.
Last night, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.) offered a successful amendment to the transportation and housing bill (it was adopted by an overwhelming margin [362-3]) that prohibits any funds in the bill from being used to facilitate U.S. participation in the Security and Prosperity Partnership or to create an international highway between Mexico and Canada. The SPP – entered into by the heads of state of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico in 2005 – seeks to "streamline" movement across our borders and, as such, would eliminate the notion of "illegal immigration" and, consequently, would increase the inflow at our borders. Rep. Hunter also is planning to offer this amendment as a revision to the commerce, justice, and science (CJS) appropriations bill.
PLEASE CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVES!
Vote YES on the Hunter and Tancredo amendments on the SPP
Capitol Switchboard: 202-224-3121
If these groups are 'allowed' to move forward all our PRO-LIFE efforts in the U.S.-prayer and action will have been for naught.
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Monday, July 23, 2007
Our prayers continue always...JESUS WE TRUST IN YOU!
We have to have an agreement in place to accomplish this!????
VICTORIA: Mexico, the United States and Canada Monday signed a five-year agreement they said will increase energy security, boost the economy and protect the environment. US Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman called the agreement signed in the western city of Victoria a "milestone" on the road to "a strong, unified North American energy market."
In a joint press release, Bodman, Mexican Energy Secretary Georgina Kessel, and Canada's Minister of Natural Resources Canada Gary Lunn, said it was the first science and technology agreement in North America, where three-way energy trade is worth 150 billion dollars.
The Victoria pact will stimulate innovation and increase energy capacity, Lunn was quoted as saying. Multinational cooperation will bring down the cost of new technologies, including the next generation of nuclear power, he added.
The agreement seeks to accelerate the development of biofuels, gas hydrates, hydrogen, enhancing carbon capture and storage, cleaner coal and transmission of electricity.
In addressing concerns about the environment, Mexico's Kessel said the "challenge in North America is to make the use of energy compatible with economic growth and the preservation of the environment."
The ministers also pledged to work on common standards for energy-efficient consumer appliances, and announced a joint workshop on the issue in Mexico in September.
St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle....
For your discernment....
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