This West Is OUR West

Uniting Western States - Protecting Our Rights

"Truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains taken to bring it to light."                             - George Washington

“It does not take a majority to prevail … but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men.”     -  Samual Adams


In The News


“The Rise of Tribes and the Fall of Federal Indian Law” is absolutely chilling.  This is a completely different ‘take’ on Indian policy than we have ever seen before, and has opened up a new line of adversarial thinking we all must consider.  While we disagree with much of the article, the previous administration so seriously emboldened tribal governments that the more modern thinking of tribes refutes their "quasi-dependent" status, and now embraces and promotes a very separate full sovereignty of tribes. We must keep pushing forward to end this hoax of federal Indian policy that is so costly to taxpayers, painful for most tribal families, and continually diminishing state and local authority.

The Rise of Tribes and the Fall of Federal Indian Law


People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners v. Fish and Wildlife Service


Struggling family-owned farms continue to disappear


Auditors Say Tribe Can’t Account for $3.5 Million


Conservative leaders to McConnell: It’s time for you to go



September 30, 2017 Second Annual "East Meets West" Regional Conference, hosted by Citizens' Alliance for Property Rights (CAPR) in Ellensberg, Washington.


CAPR 01: Executive Director Glen Morgan and Washington State Representative Matt Manweller.


CAPR 02:  Washington State Representative Mary Dye speaking on "Land Management and Fire Policies."


CAPR 03: Seattle Radio Host Todd Herman speaking on “What Does it Mean to be a Free People?”


CAPR 04: Washington State Representative David Taylor speaking on "What is the Hirst Decision and what does have to do with state water quality?"


CAPR 05: Attorney Peter Ojala speaking on "The Legal Issues of Hirst - now what?"


CAPR 06: Cindy Alia, CAPR Lobbyist, speaking on "How to Influence Public Policy" and introducing Betsy Howe to tell her story.


CAPR 07: Author and Speaker Elaine Willman on "Water Policy: The Bigger Picture.”


CAPR 08: Glen Morgan, CAPR Executive Director, on “The Value of Telling a Story.”


CAPR 09: Scott Shock, CSPR President, on “Why Support CAPR?”