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Spokane Citizens Exercise Civil Duty to Protest Water Fluoridation!

City Council Vote to fluoridate Spokane Water September 14th!

Be sure to call or email you opinion on fluoridation to the City Council before September 14th!

Use this link for contact information for your affected district: 

Spokane Citizens strongly object to the addition of fluoride to their drinking water, in the belief that drinking and household water should be as pure as possible without additives or what can be considered a drug.

Spokane Mayor Woodard weighs in on costs:

CAPR Property Rights and Freedom Webinar Part 12 Featuring Judge Dave Larson

To watch the recording of  this webinar click here:

Cindy Alia enjoyed a candid conversation with featured guest Judge Dave Larson, Candidate for State Supreme Court Justice.   In our discussion he referred to the federalist papers numbers 9 and 10 as reading for an informed opinion on the topics discussed in our conversation, relevant to circumstances we find ourselves experiencing today.  Here is a link to the federalist papers, numbers 1 through 10, scroll through to read these papers!

What Happens to Landlord Property Rights When Inslee Relinquishes His Emergency Scepter?

By Cindy Alia

August 20, 2020

It seems the War on Landlords is in full swing nation-wide, and if one listens closely, local rhetoric indicates this is also true in Washington State.

Governor Inslee’s wont for micro-managing all aspects of life in Washington state continues to flourish, as seen with this press release:

CAPR Property Rights and Freedom Webinar Series Part 10

A discussion with Mark Miloscia of Family Policy Institute of Washington about Education Policy and Legislative Education Budget Matters

Do you realize on average, about 1/3rd of property tax funds education?  It is time for property owners to be heard, especially in our current crises!

To view the recording of this webinar, Click on This Link 

Discussion Topics to include…

Education Policy

Legislative Education Budget

School re-opening

Constitutional Mandate for Education


CAPR Property Rights and Freedom Series Part 9

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Criminalizing Land Use
A Conversation with Ed Kilduff and Lindsay Trottner
A Tale of Tyranny - Danny Brocker
Jailed for land use, will this be the “new normal”?
How did Danny Brocker become the first man jailed in Whatcom County for a land use violation?
Does this jailing make sense at a time when actual criminals have been released under the cover of COVID-19?

Ed Kilduff is a well respected land use specialist, hydrogeologist, and engineering geologist with a factual understanding of this case.

Lindsay Trottner is the wife of Danny Brocker and has extensive documentation of county actions leading to the jailing of Danny Brocker for a violation of a stop work order.

CAPR Pandemic, Property Rights, and Freedom Webinar Series, Part 8

Join CAPR on July16, an 7:00 PM as we ask questions of these candidates!

Click here to register for the webinar!

Discussion Topic will include:

What structural changes are needed in these offices to make them more efficient, serve citizens better?

Budget shortages are on the horizon, how can you, if elected, achieve better results with less money in these respective offices?

What are impacts to insurance policies on issues related to the effects of the pandemic and rioting and property damage that has occurred in our state?

What can be done to protect and restore property rights in these offices?

CAPR Pandemic, Property Rights, and Freedom Webinar Series, Part 7 Featuring Attorney General Candidates

This is one of our most important elected offices, learn more about the three candidates for State Attorney General!

Click on this to view the recording of the webinar

Our mission to inform about elected officials is part of our goal to educate the public about elected offices, and those who are candidates,  thank you Matt Larkin, Brett Rogers, and Mike Vaska for your frank discussion!


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