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History documents the United States of America was founded upon the protection of private property rights. This principle, along with the other guarantees promised in our Constitution, and the rule of law laid the foundation for American prosperity and exceptionalism. Read more…

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  • What Every Voter Needs to Know About Amendment One (10/29/2014) - As Election Day approaches, there are three main reasons why Amendment One is bad for Florida. One: It is bad for Florida’s tax payers.  As private property is purchased for conservation and taken off tax rolls, local tax revenues (used for schools, roads, services, etc.) will shrink.  The remaining private properties will need to make […]

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  • PLEASE READ AND FORWARD TO YOUR LISTS – YOUR HELP NEEDED (11/25/2014) - Dear Patriots, Thank you for the many emails of encouragement you have sent since the elections! One CPR patriot recently wrote to say:  “Your efforts on amendment 1 were and will continue to be outstanding! Your publishing a strategy allowed us to have a plan and many groups were able to provide this to their […]

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  • Agenda 21 and the United Nations - Private property rights continue to be under assault across America. Perhaps more alarming is the disappearance of private property altogether. This major shift away from a fundamental tenet of our nation – the right to own and use private property […]

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