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NAFTA Superhighway
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North America’s SuperCorridor Coalition (NASCO)

 

  

Sovereignty - Complete independence and self-government.  

 

Free Enterprise - an economic and political doctrine holding that a capitalist economy can regulate itself in a freely competitive market through the relationship of supply and demand with a minimum of governmental intervention and regulation.
 
 
 
 
 

           NAFTA I-22   
    FUTURE CORRIDOR
      


   January 10, 2009
In The News  
 
I-22 Picture courtesy of Linda Hollman
The proposed I-22 was originally called Corridor X, later designated as High Priority Corridor 10, one of 83 federally identified High Priority Corridors which get special funding and more technological focus.  (I.E. grants, etc.) High Priority Corridors fit in with the federal plan to institute connected technology throughout the U.S. highway system to support distribution of International Trade into and around the US.
 
Current plans call for Interstate 22 to be completed to I-65 in 2010, with the 14-bridge stack interchange in Birmingham being completed in 2010.- Wikipedia
 

     NORTH AMERICA  
    WORKS CONFERENCE


   November 7, 2008
In The News  

ARTICLENorth America Works International Conference - Rick Alm - The Kansas City Star, Mo.: November 07, 2008

 

“But Crowley and others expressed fear that America's historic role as the engine of international trade might be diminished under a Barack Obama presidency and a Democratic Congress that are increasingly skeptical of free trade.”
 
"NAFTA is now regarded with deep suspicion by powerful elements of the new Congress and administration in Washington," said Crowley of campaign threats to dismantle the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement, which has streamlined international cooperation and trade.”
 
“Public and political backlash to the rapidly changing international trade landscape has stalled initiatives such as the proposed Mexican customs clearinghouse in Kansas City, which is seen as a vital cog in the inland port concept, he said.”
 

“The plan for a Mexican customs facility in Kansas City, the first on U.S. soil, has shown no sign of life for more than two years.”

                                       

       HISTORY - NAFTA 
       SUPERHIGHWAY


   June 18, 2008
In The News  
ARTICLENAFTA Superhighway History - Vicky Davis
 

“There has been so much controversy and disinformation about the NAFTA Superhighway, that several researchers - including myself - undertook the project of researching the origins of the name NAFTA Superhighway, to be able to document it to the extent that denials are impossible and to define precisely what it means both now and into the future”. - Vicky Davis

 


      LOU DOBBS  VIDEO 
 NAFTA SUPERHIGHWAY


   May 29, 2008
In The News  
ARTICLELou Dobbs – NAFTA Superhighway - Video Link by CorridorWatch
 
Kansas State Representative Judy Morrison on CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight, "NAFTA Superhighway: Threat to Our Sovereignty" - May 28, 2008
 
“Only a fool would refuse to see those links”

“We will keep reporting on the NAFTA Superhighway so the little darlings can finally figure what is going on” - Lou Dobbs 

 

      KC  SMARTPORT


   April 28, 2008
In The News  
ARTICLE WWW.KCSMARTPORT.COM     
 
Kansas City offers the opportunity for sealed containers to travel to Mexican port cities such as Lazaro Cardenas with virtually no border delays. It will streamline shipments from Asia and cut the time and labor costs associated with shipping through the congested ports on the West Coast.
 
Says:

M i c h a e l J . S m i t h

Vice President sales & marketing, automotive &

intermodal business unit Kansas City Southern

direct: 816.983.1939

michael.j.smith@kcsr.com
 

             KANSAS  
SUPERCORRIDOR RES.


   March 18, 2008
In The News  
ARTICLE OK-SAFE Takes Cause to Kansas - Resolution in Kansas targets NAFTA and "super highway"
 
Rep. Judy Morrison of Shawnee wants the Congress to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement and oppose a NAFTA “super highway” along I-35. Organizations from Oklahoma and Texas testified in favor of Morrison’s resolution. It also is supported by the Teamsters Union and U.S. Rep. Nancy Boyda, a Topeka Democrat.
 
ARTICLE  Kansas HC R 5033 - US withdrawal from the SPP and NAFTA 

"On Monday, March 17, 2008 I was able to be part of testimony given to two committees of the Kansas State Legislature, supporting HCR 5033 by Rep. Judy Morrison (R), a bill urging the US withdrawal from the SPP and NAFTA." - Amanda Teegarden 
 

  RESEARCH ANALYSIS

  March 18, 2008
In The News  
ARTICLEGlobal Supply Chain Management - Vicky Davis; March 18, 2008
 
“The corporate takeover of government has not been obvious to the majority of people - not yet, because the transformation involved internal operations like privatization (outsourcing government functions), and reorganization - shifting the power to make policy to private interest groups - the so-called "customers" of government.  The entire philosophy of government shifted to the corporate mind set of marketplace, customers, services and using the law as a facilitation for profit among the large corporations.   The most obvious indicator of the corporate takeover is the failure to protect the borders of this country.  The most insidious indicator is the Global Supply Chain Management system that is being built with your taxpayer dollars - thinly disguised as a plan for "security".” 
 
“Several years ago, I stumbled upon the conceptual design for a 'Trans-Pacific Multimodal Security System'.    It was on the website of the North American International Trade Corridor Partnership (NAITCP).  The website was soon thereafter archived when NAITCP merged with North American Super Corridor Coalition (NASCO) but enough of it was recoverable to see the full measure of corruption and treachery that is taking place in this country - corruption by public officials on a scale this writer has never seen before and treason by MOU - undermining both the economy and the security of this nation.”  
- Vicky Davis; March 18, 2008
 

      OPEN RECORDS

 

        OK-SAFE LINK

   February 17, 2008
>OK-SAFE LINK  
“A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION, Opposing the development of the NAFTA Superhighway.”

 

“WHEREAS, a NAFTA Superhighway System would pose a wide range of potential risks to the United States, including the entry into the United States of illegal drugs, illegal human smuggling, and access deep into United States territory for terrorists, as well as more mundane problems, such as difficulties related to vehicle accidents, insurance collections and rates, and vehicle maintenance and safety hazards; and”

 

       OK-SAFE LINK

   January 30, 2008
>OK-SAFE LINK  
ARTICLE NHS Nation's 21st century intermodal transportation network 
ARTICLE The IT Project That Ate America - Vicky Davis; legislation, the purpose was described thusly:
 

The purpose of the National Highway System is to provide an interconnected system of principal arterial routes which will serve major population centers, international border crossings, ports, airports, public transportation facilities, and other intermodal transportation facilities and other major travel destinations; meet national defense requirements and serve interstate and interregional travel.


            HISTORY   


   January 26, 2008
In The News  

ARTICLE"BECAUSE WE WON’T GET ANYWHERE" - Ron Covais, President of Lockheed Martin 

 

This is how the future of North America now promises to be written: not in a sweeping trade agreement on which elections will turn, but by the accretion of hundreds of incremental changes implemented by executive agencies, bureaucracies and regulators. "We've decided not to recommend anything that would require legislative changes," says Covais. "Because we won't get anywhere."

 


 OPEN RECORDS SUIT


   November 11, 2007
>OK-Safe Document  

Minnesota attorney, Nathan Hansen, has filed a lawsuit against the MN Department of Transportation (MNDOT) for that agency’s failure to release documents regarding the state’s membership in the controversial organization called NASCO. (Read more here.)  

 

   WORLD NET DAILY


   October 1, 2007
>OK-SAFE LINK  
ARTICLE Oklahoma State Senator Randy Brogdon - The NAFTA Superhighway.
 
"The NAFTA Superhighway stops here, at the border with Oklahoma ”Randy Brogdon a Republican state senator who has championed the fight to keep the Trans-Texas Corridor out of Oklahoma, told a packed 300-person audience at the first public meeting of OK-SAFE in Tulsa on Saturday.

 

"President Bush has proven that he is more than willing to over-step his executive authority when it came to trade policy," Brogdon told the group.

 

"Article 1 Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution says, 'Congress shall have the Power to Regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States,' not the president," Brogdon pointed out. "Yet President Bush has entered into an agreement with Mexico and Canada called SPP that seeks to eliminate our trade and security borders and he has failed

to get the explicit approval of Congress."

 

"Texas highways are famous for 'Texas turnaround' U-turns," Brogdon quipped. "Maybe it's time we tell Governor Perry to do a Texas turnaround at the border with Oklahoma."  - Oklahoma State Senator Randy Brogdon, R-Owasso

 
  RESEARCH  DOCUMENT


  September 23, 2007
In The News  

A review of NAFTA Superhighway history reveals that the marketing of this concept began well over a decade ago.

 

        IN THE NEWS

   August 18, 2007
In The News  
Documents reveal NASCO plan to militarize I-35. 
 
          IN THE NEWS

  June 27, 2007
In The News  
Several weeks ago, UTW reported that a planned international, 1,200-foot-wide "superhighway" that would pass through Oklahoma, connecting Canada and Mexico, is part of a farther reaching, behind-the-scenes plan for the eventual creation of a European Union-style "North American Community" in which the sovereignty of the continent's three nations would be reduced with the creation of common institutions and shared resources and infrastructure (see "Trans America" in the June 7-13 issue of UTW, or read it online at www.urbantulsa.com).
 


       OK-SAFE LINK

   June 6, 2007
>OK-SAFE LINK  

The official NASCO website.

 

      OPEN RECORDS

   June 6, 2007
>OK-Safe Document  

ARTICLE NASCO Articles of Incorp. June '97
ARTICLE NASCO Name Aug. '97
ARTICLE NASCO Articles on Incorp. Sept. '97
ARTICLE NASCO Legal 2001
ARTICLE NASCO 2006 Emails Tribes Along Corridor

ARTICLE NASCO SAVI Proposal Sept 06

ARTICLE ODOT  

          IN THE NEWS

  April 12, 2007
In The News  
The Texas state House of Representatives has taken the first step in stopping construction of the controversial Trans-Texas Corridor, a key element of the so-called NAFTA Superhighway. In a measure that passed the House yesterday, representatives voted to place a two-year moratorium on construction of toll roads in the state. According to the Brenham (Texas) Banner-Press, the bill "would put the brakes on the Trans-Texas Corridor, a superhighway that a private firm received a contract for earlier this year." 

           IN THE NEWS

  Jan/Feb, 2007
In The News  

"the road is one succession of dust, ruts, pits, and holes." So wrote Dwight D. Eisenhower, then a young lieutenant colonel, in November 1919, after heading out on a cross-country trip with a convoy of Army vehicles in order to test the viability of the nation's highways in case of a military emergency. To this description of one major road across the west, Eisenhower added reports of impassable mud, unstable sand, and wooden bridges that cracked beneath the weight of the trucks. In Illinois, the convoy "started on dirt roads, and practically no more pavement was encountered until reaching California."

 
   
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