Month: September 2015

CSKT Compact opponents reveal their True Colors

by Dr. Ed Berry Opponents of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Water Compact will meet Saturday, September 26, 2015, in Kalispell’s Red Lion Inn. Their Conference reveals their true colors. They have openly aligned themselves with the Citizens Equal Rights Alliance (CERA), the foremost anti-Indian hate group in America.

Must Catholics believe the Pope on climate change?

by Dr. Ed Berry How can we talk about science when we may contradict what some people think they must believe? Marc Morano, founder of CFACT’s award-winning Climate Depot news and information service, wrote an excellent report for Catholics who are concerned with the Pope’s statements on climate change.

Why Physics tells us more about Economics than Economics

by Dr. Ed Berry Theoretical physicists learn unique, powerful, and accurate ways to think about our world. Their method or thinking applies to almost everything. Jim Rickards, an economist, wrote this in Agora Financial’s Daily Reckoning of September 17, 2015: I have lectured at two of the leading physics laboratories in the world: the Los …

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They plan to Transform the World

by Tom DeWeese If you had a time machine and could travel back to 1992 as the UN’s Earth Summit was underway, and you knew what you know now about Agenda 21, imagine the actions you could take to stop it in its tracks.

CSKT acquire Salish Kootenai Dam

by Columbia Basin Bulletin The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of Montana officially acquired license control and assets of Kerr Dam on Sept. 5, renaming the hydro operation at the foot of Flathead Lake the “Salish Kootenai Dam,” despite a last-ditch legal effort to block the acquisition. The CSKT held a ceremony in Pablo, Mont., …

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CSKT will celebrate their acquisition of Kerr Dam

by Dr. Ed Berry Tomorrow, September 5, the CSKT will become the first tribes in America to own and operate a major hydroelectric facility. It will be an historic event. I will attend. Predictably, three right-wing radicals filed a lawsuit on September 2 in Washington, D.C., to prevent this transfer of ownership to the tribes. You can read their …

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