Lars Larson

Tim Eyman

Glen Morgan

Conservative Threesome to speak at one event ONLY in Whatcom County  MARK YOUR CALENDARS Thursday Oct 19th 6:30 PM  Doors Open at 6:00

MHS 194 W Laurel    





Oct 19th Meridian High School the sponsors bring you three speakers starting with Tim Eyman the tax killer, Glen Morgan the Property Rights man and Our Keynote Speaker Lars Larson.

Stay Tuned and remember to mark your calendars for OCTOBER 19th for a great evening of Conservative Excitement.

Thursday Oct 19th 6:30 PM(Doors open at 6:00) MHS 194 W Laurel Meridian High School

Glen Morgan in Action

We are proud to have Columbia College(New York) Graduate Glen Morgan with us as well. Recently, Glen has also been involved in attempting to address campaign finance reforms to make the process easier and simpler for beginners to be involved in the process. He also runs the We The Governed Website which documents many of his efforts to hold all levels of government accountable.  He continues to work hard to bring to light many instances of Government Overreach as possible.

Glen Morgan is currently the Executive Director of the Citizens Alliance for Property Rights. He enjoys creating videos documenting Big Government’s abuses of citizens – particularly on property rights issues.

He is a frequent writer and speaker on property rights, the environmental movement, Big Government, and the importance of citizen activism.

In 2015, Glen was honored with the annual Rodney & Laurel McFarland Award presented by the Citizens Alliance for Property Rights (CAPR) “for exemplary performance in preserving and protecting property rights for the year 2014.”

He has appeared on King5 News, KOMO News, Fox News (Q13), KUOW (NPR), The David Boze show, Todd Herman (Seattle -AM 770)and a variety of other television and radio programs.

As a fifth generation Washingtonian, Glen’s roots run deep in Washington State. His great-great grandmother helped start the Pike Place Market,  where multiple generations sold flowers in Seattle for many years. His great-Uncle Ed Dalby installed the first power-generating waterwheel in Union, WA in the early 1920s. Glen’s father helped found the City of Newcastle, and his father served as a City Councilman in that city for years.  After graduating from college with a BA in political science from Columbia College in New York City.  He currently lives on a small tree farm in Thurston County with his wife and their four children