Taking into consideration that the state of Arkansas enacted a mandatory water fluoridation law (ACT 197) in 2011, we should be demanding that our state legislators pass into law in 2013 the same infant formula warning to protect the babies of Arkansas. On August 4th, 2012, the state of New Hampshire will become the first […]
Who’s Regulating the Regulators?
Written by Rene Fonseca,
Carroll-Boone Water District
In 2011, the Arkansas State Legislature very quickly passed a partially unfunded mandate that requires most water companies to add fluoride chemicals into public water supplies, not to purify the water but to medicate you. State legislators were lobbied by outsiders, and few Arkansas residents who oppose fluoridation were alerted. Water suppliers weren’t involved. So now there are many problems arising from this ill-advised fluoridation mandate including that fluoridation chemicals are not pure.
David Gearhart, Chancellor for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, has invited legislators to hear 5 illegal aliens speak at a panel discussion on Monday, April 23, 2012, 7:30 p.m., at the Fayetteville Town Center. The subject of the panel is, “Undocumented: Living in the Shadows.”
This is a direct violation of U.S. Statute 8 USC, Section 1324a, which states “…any person who knowingly hires, harbors or transports any illegal alien is guilty of a felony punishable to 10 years jail plus $2000 fine per illegal alien.”
Gearhart knows he is promoting lawlessness as illustrated by this quote in his invitation: “Two panelists are university students who grew up in Arkansas. The other three panelists grew up in Massachusetts, New York and Virginia, respectively. Their undocumented immigration status makes travel within the U.S. difficult and risky and their ability to work legally impossible. They are taking a significant risk by making themselves so publicly visible.”
Please read the letter at this link and think about it. Why would water operators want to provide anything other than the purest water possible to their users? Why is our government intent on forcing fluoride on the people? As the writer of this letter implies, it does not matter if you are Democrat, Republican, Independent, or […]
By Jackie Patru
(revised and updated January, 2001)
Under article V of the Constitution, our founding fathers established two methods for future generations to add amendments to the Constitution.
Under method 1: Two-thirds of both houses of Congresscan propose an amendment, and then three-fourths of the states ratify it… or not.
Under method 2: Two-thirds (34) of the states call for a federal constitutional convention, and then three-fourths of the states ratify whatever amendments are proposed by the convention.