If you missed joining CAPR for our Annual Banquet June 12th, 2021, our Keynote Speaker Martha Boneta inspired the crowd at our Reclaiming Our Liberty dinner. You can watch the video of Martha's keynote speach here: proprights.org/2021Keynote
Cindy Alia, April 13, 2019
One significant and impressive way to turn back the tide on the flood of the green deal is citizen activism. Well educated and informed citizens banding together reversed the Avista/Hydro One deal with information, science, and a passion to protect our clean hydropower, national security and independence.
That same dedication is urgently needed by citizen activists now. The craze of the most devoted and simplistically delusional green worriers is to continuously beat the drum of climate change to claim it requires our state’s dams must come down.
Guest Column by Debra Tash
January 22, 2019
The Planning Commission’s public hearing will be on January 31st , 8:30 AM at the County Government Center, 800 So Victoria Ave. Ventura.
By Glen Morgan -
Dept of Ecology employee Paul Pickett’s priority is to cover up corruption at the Thurston Conservation District
Cowboy Summit 2018
April 25, 2018
Ranchers came together for a day long summit to work with one another and Legislators with a full agenda and discussion of goals for Wolf Management. Good progress was made and plans for achieving those goals were put in place. The Cattle Producers of Washington and the Washington Cattlemen’s Association, along with the Washington Farm Bureau hosted and were led by Steve McLaughlin of the Northern Wolf Coalition.
Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights (CAPR) was pleased to accept on behalf of our membership an invitation from Representative Luanne Van Werven to attend the signing of her bill 2307! This marks an important moment in the work CAPR has done to promote property rights, and to promote the recognition of the substantive rights of property owners - the legislature must acknowledge the validity, or legality of its acts, and that law-making has consequences. We are enthused to see this bill reflects these ideals! Representative Van Werven has with this bill taken an important step in protecting property owners and their rights.
Steve Mclaughlin has been working with a broad based coalition to help people understand the facts about wolves in Washington. Recently he presented his information to the CAPR King County Chapter, the CAPR members in attendance were quite interested in Steve's presentation and here supply infromation to share about what was learned from Steve.
The Economic Effect of Wolf Predation on Ranching Families and Rural Communities
Rod Haeberle and Steve McLaughlin
(The monetary numbers provided in this article are notional and introduced for the sole purpose of illustrating the unseen economic impact to a ranching family and the community, but they’re close enough to make a point!)
Washington State law receives a grade of D- from the Institute for Justice.
If you missed the opportunity to attend the CAPR East Meets West Regional Conference, here is an example of how East, in the person of Representative Mary Dye, met West, in the person of spectacularly popular Radio Talk Show Host Todd Herman. Both of these thoughtful, well-informed individuals provided CAPR and conference attendees with in-depth, astute presentations, Representative Dye on Resources, Fire, and Forests and Todd Herman on What It Means to Be A Free Person.
Listen to Representative Dye discuss Hirst with Todd Herman on the Todd Herman Show: