The Incestuous relationships between Environmental NGOs,Tax Exempt Foundations and elected/appointed public officials


Tuesdays program will look at the Non-Governmental Organizations and Tax Exempt Foundations that are at the heart of the radical environmentalism driving sustainability policies. These policies threaten the cornerstone of American liberty; private property.  For the past 2 weeks we have been focusing on the attacks on the small farm and ranch heritage that exemplifies American individualism.  Over the past 50 years we have seen an intense and growing attack on rural American lifestyles from Federal and State Land Agencies that seem far more interested in promoting radical environmentalism than defending citizens rights, private property, and rural lifestyles.  These attacks on private property were thrown into hyperdrive at the 1992 Rio Earth Summit and the subsequent policy whitepaper called U.N. Agenda 21.  Globalist President George H.W. Bush signed his pledge of support on behalf of the American people to a program that openly promoted Marxist policies antithetical to American independence.  Two years later President Bill Clinton,  through Executive Order, created The President’s Council on Sustainable Development that implemented these radical policies throughout the Federal Agencies despite a vote of 98-2 against passage of the Sustainability Treaty by the U.S. Senate as required by the Constitution.  Sustainability and sustainable development guidelines currently  influence 95% of all new Administrative Agency regulations.

Our guests will be: researcher, author, and sustainable development expert Ron Arnold, and conservative Montana Public Service Commission Candidate Randall Pinocci.

Ron Arnold expose’ of the incestuous relationships between Environmental NGOs, Tax Exempt Foundations, and elected/appointed public officials through his books: Undue Influence; Trashing the Economy; and Freezing in the Dark,  which are highly regarded by free market advocates and conservative public officials.  These books are the most thoroughly researched and accurate accounting of the money and influence driving the radical environmental movement and their connection with elected and appointed government at all levels.  Arnold’s research always leads back to the same undeniable conclusion; the environmental movement is all about increased government control and the destruction of private property and does little to correct environmental degradation.

P.S.C. Commission Candidate Randall Pinocci has focused his campaign on the Obama Administration’s war on coal and the announced destruction of thousands of hydroelectric dams throughout America to be replaced with much less efficient and more costly “green energy” alternatives that according to Obama’s own quote “will make utility rates necessarily skyrocket”.   Pinocci will address the shutdown of the Colstrip power generation plant in Southeast Montana and  defend his position as a candidate to retain State and local control of energy production to assure ratepayers of reasonable energy rates.

Environmental NGOs/Tax Exempt Foundations  and their lap dogs in administrative agencies nationwide have changed the rules and the nature of private property in America.  The purpose of Tuesdays radio program is to show how the attacks on rural America and private property are connected with the radical policies that have been bought and paid for by groups promoting Marxism.  We hope to bring clarity to the debate and stop the blind acceptance of policies that openly attack our liberties.


Ron Arnold has written more than 300 magazine articles, numerous book chapters, and is the author of ten books and editor of twelve books. He founded his own photojournalism company, Northwoods Studio, in 1971, freelancing for outdoor and natural resource industry magazines, where be became known as a friend of loggers, miners, oilmen, ranchers and others whose lives were impacted by environmentalist activism. Between 1976 and 1981, Arnold was a contributing editor of Western Conservation Journal and Logging Management Journal, where his 1979 magazine series, “The Environmental Battle”, won the American Business Press 1980 Editorial Achievement Award.

In 1981, Arnold was commissioned to write the authorized biography of President Ronald Reagan’s Interior Secretary, James G. Watt. His growing political expertise brought an invitation to direct the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise in 1984, where he remains Executive Vice President.In 1988 he founded the Wise Use Movement to advocate for property rights and resource workers.

Ron’s “Undue Influence” spurred a congressional hearing, which resulted in a House Committee investigation of environmental group unethical activity. He is listed in Who’s Who in America, and currently writes political columns for several news outlets.

Ron’s extended bio and other Books on Amazon-click here

Randal Pinocci is the Republican candidate for Public Service Commission District 1 in North Central and Eastern Montana. Pinocci is married with 3 daughters, lives in Sun River and works as a property manager throughout Cascade County. He previously served as a State Legislator for House District 19, served as Statewide Director for Senator Conrad Burns, worked as a Statewide Coordinator for candidates for Governor, US Senate, and US Congress and is very active in State GOP politics.

Randal worked side by side with NRA Director Charlton Hesston and State Republican Chair Ken Miller to establish the first Second Amendment Committee in the US, and is a Board Member actively involved with the Montana Shooting Sports Association, the most proactive 2nd amendment support organization in America.


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