First Nation Sovereignty
- We believe in the ability for a state to assert its sovereignty protected by the 10th amendment, ensuring limitations of the federal government are maintained. We find that the federal legislative and executive branches operate beyond the scope of the constitution by interfering in intrastate commerce and dictating law through executive order, both of which have been unchecked by Congress or the Courts.
- We believe that the intended sovereignty of Native Tribes within the bounds of the State of Washington, as established through Article VI of the US Constitution and their respective Treaties with the United States, is being violated by the State of Washington. Several laws, regulations, and hardships are placed on the tribes in violation of their sovereignty.
- We recognize that Washington exists within a larger natural bioregion, within natural borders and with specific resources unique to this area. We believe that as an element of State Sovereignty protection of our natural bioregion, we must ensure a certain level of self-sustainment at the private, state, and regional level. We believe that we must protect our waterways, water use and regulation, and ensure local, state, or federal authorities do not legislate themselves authority over such natural resources eliminating the ability of private property self-sustainment. We believe that there is a natural right to “unplug” from utilities.