Regardless of personal opinions regarding Marijuana Use, the Control of the Government in this issue has always been a situation that would be questionable at best. What must be decided is what is the advantage to society of Current and Proposed "Legalized Marijuana" law. Are we trading one cartel for another? How does the average citizen, property owner, and taxpayer benefit from these laws?
Jason Overstreet of Law and Liberty Radio interviews Retired Justice Richard Sanders, a constant champion of individual rights. Discussion of Property Rights in Washington State with a constitutional thinker. This thoughtful 27 minute interview is well worth the listening! https://soundcloud.com/law-and-liberty-radio/an-interview-with-wa-state-supreme-court-justice-retrichard-sanders
Critically Important Meeting Announcement: Save our Ag Lands! Protect Property Rights! There will be a meeting in Skagit County at 7 pm on Monday, October 27, 2014. The meeting will be hosted by the Skagit County Farm Bureau at their regular meeting location, 1833 Park Lane in Burlington, at 7 pm on Monday, October 27, 2014.
Wild Earth Guardians entered into an agreement with the Department of the Interior US Fish and Wildlife Service in May, 2011. The Center for Biological Diversity also entered into an agreement with the USFWS in June, 2011. Both of these Corporate Environmentalists promised to limit the filing of lawsuits to 2007 levels due to the fact that the constant filing of Endangered Species Act lawsuits has caused a serious backlog in the FWS, which in itself was causing additional lawsuit filings by these groups. This flooding of lawsuits is part of the "Sue and Settle" strategy that funds a significant portion of these Corporate Environmentalists income.
This article by Bonner Cohen, Phd, refutes item for item the EPA's misleading talking points on the "waters of the United States" regulatory overreach. http://www.cfact.org/2014/09/29/wotus-the-facts-about-epas-wet-fiction/?utm_source=CFACT+Updates&utm_campaign=aacdbe1154-EPA_s_wet_fiction9_29_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a28eaedb56-aacdbe1154-270280261
CAPR Skagit Water Forum a Successful Step in Citizen Participation! Thank you Rep. Elizabeth Scott, R-Monroe, Sen. Kirk Pearson, R-Monroe, Rep. Dave Hayes, R-Camano Island, Jim Cook, a sitting Skagit Public Utility District commissioner, for your attention to the issues discussed at the CAPR Skagit Water Forum! Moderator Glen Morgan and the panel on the stage. http://www.goskagit.com/all_access/well-water-issues-spill-over-at-forum/article_c27fa87c-740a-5a64-9ad3-a1c679333235.html Well water issues spill over at forum By Daniel DeMay | Posted: Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:00 am MOUNT VERNON — Many of a thirsty group of residents, legislators and political candidates generally agreed Wednesday night that Skagit County doesn’t have a water shortage and the state and county shouldn’t be stopping rural landowners from building homes.
A good, clear minded read..."It’s time to remind those who rule that they rule with our consent, not at our expense, and their job is to protect, not infringe our inalienable rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." California vs. the Constitution--on Freedom, Faith, Guns and Property http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-California/2014/09/17/California-vs-the-Constitution-on-Freedom-Faith-Guns-and-Property
In this interesting yet somewhat confused article about Catholic Theology, Libertarianism, the Common Good, and the right to Property, one can reach the conclusion that Catholic belief and politics in so far as social policies are at best confused, and possibly have gone far down the road taken where political debate has taken precedence over the teachings of the Bible. http://ncronline.org/blogs/distinctly-catholic/catholicism-and-libertarianism-clash-over-property-and-common-good The esoteric discussions are entertaining, or enlightening depending on one's point of view, yet it leads to the questions: Who am I tithing to?
In an everlasting cycle of continuous litigation, these Corporate Environmentalists, the plaintiffs — Cascadia Wildlands, Oregon Wild and the Center for Biological Diversity — allege the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service used an ineffective method of surveying for spotted owls on the property, among other claims. This time the activity to be disrupted or stopped is the salvage and harvest of a burned forest. The threat to private property and near by healthy forest be damned, these groups need to litigate to stay alive. http://www.capitalpress.com/Timber/20140909/environmentalists-try-to-block-timber-salvage
CAPR has filed a Petition for adoption, amendment, or repeal of a State Administrative Rule to the WDFW Commission regarding the Proposed Hydraulic Rule Changes which received its most recent hearing on August 8, 2014. CAPR, in accordance with RCW 34.05.330, filed the petition to repeal the proposed Title 220-660 WAC, because it is no longer needed; imposes unreasonable costs; conflicts with another federal, state, or local law or rule; and duplicates another federal, state or local law or rule. The text of the attached documentation to the Petition for Adoption, Amendment, or Repeal of a State Administrative Rule can be read here: http://www.proprights.org/ISSUES/wildlife_index.php