Bye Bye American pie

concerning a little known and unpublicized bill currently in congress:
Clean Water Restoration Act” (CWRA) of 2007.

To the editor:
The latest federal menace to private property rights comes as the “Clean Water Restoration Act” (CWRA) of 2007.This bill, sponsored by Sen. Russell Feingold, D-Wis., and Rep. James Oberstar, D-Minn., would “restore” federal powers of the Clean Water Act, previous to two U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The decisions in 2001 and 2006 limited the definition of “navigable waters” and the corresponding scope of federal jurisdiction to exclude isolated non-navigable waters.In actuality, the CWRA would expand federal jurisdiction far beyond the scope of the original Clean Water Act by striking “Navigable waterways of the United States” and replacing it with “Waters of the United States.”

This phrase is then further defined as “all waters subject to the ebb and flow of the tide, the territorial seas and all interstate and intrastate waters and their tributaries, including lakes, rivers, streams (including intermittent streams), mudflats, sandflats, wetlands, sloughs, prairie potholes, wet meadows, playa lakes, natural ponds and all impoundments of the foregoing to the fullest extent that these waters or activities affecting these waters are subject to the legislative power of Congress under the Constitution.”

The CWRA is recognized by concerned interest groups as the biggest federal power grab in our nation's history.
The bill's reference to “activities affecting these waters” could enable federal agencies to assume authorities over not just water but land and air as well. Clearly the Clean Water Restoration Act is about more than clean water.This bill has been read twice in the Senate and has plenty of support: source

please read these two short articles and you will understand what this is actually all about: water-new oil ; UN-water
People, do you realize that your "homeland" is being taken away and handed over to the globalists, lock, stock, and puddles....

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