This blog is one of diverse topics. The reason why, I guess, even with an impressive number of followers, approaching 600, (whom I sincerely thank), daily visits to the site average about 50 with an occasional impressive spike. Even though diverse in general issues, it all centres around injustice. That is really the central theme – the loss of individual freedoms and the mounting centralization of political power, strongly connected.
So health issues are linked to political agendas, also connecting to wars in the Middle East, Global Warming is linked to Education, Assassinations are linked to power struggles, financial crises and terrorism, and they all interconnect and relate to the “New World Order” agenda clearly existing and forging ahead full speed.
Not without some serious opposition but that has not had a significant effect as yet.
Anyway, back to the point – this post from “The Internet Post” and another of theirs I intend to reblog, all are part of the dot-connecting process that powers this blog.
As usual, I stress that if I need to explain further to any reader, PLEASE comment.
‘Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley made national news last year when he fought to pass and signed a tax bill that levied a tax on Marylanders, businesses and churches for the amount of “impervious surface” they have on their property.
Though the O’Malley administration calls it a “fee,” it is commonly called the “rain tax” throughout the state. It is wildly unpopular and the promise to fight to repeal the tax was a large factor in Maryland electing Republican Larry Hogan governor this month.
Now Prince George’s County is offering a way for churches to avoid paying the tax, which is estimated to be an average of $744 per year for them — preach “green” to their parishioners.’