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AGENDA 21 Workshop - How our private land is being stolen away


SPONSOR: Americans For Prosperity and I Spy on Salem

DATE/TIME: Sept. 22nd……..5:30pm – 9pm (Mingle hour at 5:30, program starts at 6:30pm)

LOCATION: Klamath Falls Shilo Inn

COST: $10


Tom DeWeese is one of the nation’s leading advocates of private property rights, free enterprise, and American sovereignty and independence. Tom is president of the American Policy Center and is a nationally sought-after speaker for his two-decades long fight against Agenda 21, explaining how it’s being implemented in local communities and what people can do to stop it. Topic: Tom will give us the foundation for the evening with a broad overview of private property rights and Agenda 21—otherwise known as “sustainability” as it’s packaged and sold to local, state, and federal authorities.

Karen Budd-Falen is a land-use and private property rights attorney based in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and represents private property owners, ranchers and farmers. She served three years in the Interior Department under Reagan and upon her return to Wyoming has become a strong advocate for our Constitutionally guaranteed property rights and is a formidable force exposing radical environmentalists’ abuse and manipulation of the legal system. Topic: Karen will focus on the abuse of the Endangered Species Act, the methods environmental extremists fund themselves at our expense, including Debt for Nature Swaps. Building on Tom’s lecture, Karen will expose how one aspect of Agenda 21 becomes the foundation to lock up land and remove it from public use.

Jim Huffman is a Professor Emeritus at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, OR. Perhaps best known for being a Constitutional attorney and scholar, his other areas of expertise include private property rights, the environment, and tort reform. A former candidate for US Senate and dean of Lewis & Clark’s law school, Jim dissects policies and tests their validity against the Constitution. Topic: Jim will bring the evening around to Oregon and focus on our private property, why our property rights are so important and why our founding fathers fought for them.

There won’t be another workshop like this in Klamath for a long while . . . don’t miss it!


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