Past News

ARAPA - Animal ID Meeting at Conway AR

URGENT UPCOMING MEETING

Stand up for your rights! This will not just affect animal owners, small farmers, and large producers, but every Arkansan through the food supply. If we can get enough people to this meeting, we might be able to stop the National Animal Identification System in its cradle! Senator Holt Plans on attending and we request your presence as well:

COERCIVE PROGRAM REQUIRES MICROCHIPPING OF ANIMALS
National Animal Identification System is subject of State-wide meeting this Sunday, July 9th, 4:00 pm. Sponsored by the Arkansas Animal Producers Association, a band of small farmers, the purpose of the meeting is to encourage the State of Arkansas to opt-out of the state-optional USDA program.

WHERE: Conway, Arkansas at the Agora Center at 705 E. Siebenmorgen Road

AMERICA: FREEDOM TO FASCISM

WAKE UP AMERICA - WWW.FREEDOMTOFASCISM.COM

It opens July 28th, 2006, at AMC Studio 30 Olathe
12075 So. Strang Line Rd. Olathe Ks (816) 363-4AMC

It also shows on Aug.4, 2006, at GLENWOOD ARTS
9575 Metcalf Ave. Overland Park Ks (913) 642-4404

NM Gov. Richardson Declares State of Emergency Along NM Border With Mexico

New Mexico Governor Richardson Declares State of Emergency Along New Mexico Border With Mexico - Governor Makes $1.75 million available to assist state and local law enforcement in border communities [Executive Order 25-040]

August 12, 2005

State of New Mexico

Office of the Governor - News Release

Bill Richardson, Governor

For Immediate Release

Contact: Pahl Shipley 505-476-2202 or Pahl.Shipley@state.nm.us

Columbus, New Mexico - Governor Bill Richardson today issued an Executive Order declaring a state of emergency along the New Mexico-Mexico border, specifically in Dona Ana, Luna, Grant, and Hidalgo counties. The Governor made the announcement following a helicopter and ground tour of the border near Columbus, New Mexico.

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