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Bills of Concern Status 2/26/2021

February 26 2021 By Cindy Alia

Today we are in the midst of the legislative session with 38 days left for bills to become law.  There have been 2 cutoff dates met and we are nearing the point where bills heard in the house of origin must pass a floor vote in order to be heard in the opposite house.  There is still time to fight bad bills that may have passed the house of origin but have not yet made the transition to the floor of the opposite house.  

We Must Reject HJR 4205! Adding a new section to the Washington state Constitution regarding the conservation and protection of the state's natural resources.

On the Importance of Leaving the Constitution Alone and Rejecting the Common Use of Legislation to Amend the Constitution.

Call and email your legislator, and call the legislative hotline 800 562 6000 and tell them you oppose HJR 4205

There are many bad bills this session, but HJR 4205 is potentially the most damaging to our life, liberty, and property!

A Good Bill for Better Representation Needs Your Attention

It is past time to create a state electoral system to vote for governor!

Elections in Washington State have become one-sided because population distribution has long since silenced the voices of those living outside the boundaries of our major cities. 

This diminishment of the voices and votes of rural and suburban voters has caused important issues, lifestyles, and livlihoods to suffer because of ignorance or mis-understanding of the voting majority about what problems are faced by those who are not their neighbors, but perform many of the activities they unwittingly dismiss but depend upon.

2021 Legislative Session Bills That Will Impact Rental Property Owners and Tenants!

Recent legislative sessions have shown a trend of state legislators believing they must become co-managers of rental properties through passing legislation that directs how rental property owners and tenants must interact under specific conditions.  This year especially so as a result of COVID related eviction moratoria.  

This listing of legislation belabors the point, read the proposed bills and comment to legislators.

Skagit County Ramps Up Tyranny for 2021

Updated January 18, 2021...

From the Free Washington Patriots:

"As we talked about on Monday, Skagit County commissioners will be meeting on January 20th at 10:30am to discuss trying to attach civil penalties to the mask and social distancing mandates. The meeting will be held over zoom or a similar platform, and they are taking calls from the community (with each person having up to 3 minutes to speak) to give input. Let's flood them with people signing up for a 3 minute slot!
Please call the Board of County Commissioner's Office at: 360-416-1300. Ask to be put on the list to speak for 3 minutes during the meeting on January 20th at 10:30am. They will email you information on how to join the meeting if you ask..."

The Great Reset or a Post Tyranny Reject?

By Cindy Alia, December 30, 2020

Updated January 2, 2021

The internet is abuzz with news and opinion on the World Economic Forum(WEF) and its project to reset the world to its liking.  Apparently, this organization believes their version of a Eutopia World State is given a boost by the worldwide pandemic of Corona virus and its iterations of tyrannical governance.  It is being called The Great Reset. This is the link to their website. https://www.weforum.org/ where you can find this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHRkkeecg7c    and many, many more.  This is a well-financed organization.

Todd Herman interviews Tyler Miller - Legislative Lockout

Hazardous Liberty has cancelled this January 11th Event.

"Due to our political leaders being non-responsive and the 100% likelihood that our event will be hijacked by people with ulterior motives, we have decided to cancel the Legislative Lockout event. Please support the other rallies that are happening in and around Olympia this weekend and coming week."

visit Hazardous Liberty here

Public access to legislators work in a constitutionally based form and using constitutionally based methods.

https://omny.fm/shows/the-todd-herman-show/tyler-miller-legislative-lockout

Hazardous Liberty Website for details on this January 11th Event

Is Bob Ferguson Wrong Again?

By Cindy Alia, December 11, 2020

Corrected, update December 11, 6:55 pm

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson should not be a party to this suit alleging the state of Texas has no standing under the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.  In the Judiciary Act of 1789, Congress made the Supreme Court's original jurisdiction exclusive in suits between two or more states. 

Can Blockchain Work in Improving Election Integrity, Transparency, Accountability

Property Rights and Freedom Webinar Series Part 19

Thank you J Young, we enjoyed this robust conversation which included Chad Magendanz, and Tim White!

To improve election integrity and confidence, we know there is much to do and a pathway to follow!  Read on to learn more!

To view the recording of this Webinar, click here

A Conversation with J. Young - What is Blockchain, and How Could it Help in Elections?

Hosted by

Scott  Shock, President of CAPR

Cindy Alia, CAPR Operations Director , Lobbyist   

Topics of Discussion to include:

What is Blockchain and how can it help with elections?

Voter Remorse So Soon?

By Cindy Alia, November 16, 2020

“The urge to save humanity is almost always a false face for the urge to rule it.” ---H.L. Mencken.

A plan by any other name is not liberty!  Those who voted to re-elect Jay Inslee are in part responsible for resurecting Proclamation 20-25, which first reared its devastating head with the COVID restrictions Inslee promulgated early in 2020.  Will the voters feel remorse when they feel the economic downfall soon to follow?  In other words, will you miss your favorite remaining restaurant, hair stylist, coffee shop, or any other independently owned small business?  Will their employees miss their paychecks, especially just before our Holiday Season?

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