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Tom DeWeese, President

President of the American Policy Center

Tom DeWeese is one of the nation’s leading advocates of individual liberty, free enterprise, private property rights, personal privacy, back-to-basics education and American sovereignty and independence.
A native of Ohio, he’s been a candidate for the Ohio Legislature, served as editor of two newspapers, and has owned several businesses since the age of 23. In 1989 Tom led the only privately-funded election-observation team to the Panamanian elections. In 2006 Tom was invited to Cambridge University to debate the issue of the United Nations before the Cambridge Union, a 200 year old debating society. Today he serves as Founder and President of the American Policy Center and editor of The DeWeese Report.



Tom DeWeese Features Agenda 21 Series of Webinars Members Help Expose Regionalism Tactics In First Webinar




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Be a Hero and Make it Three

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On December 17th, 2013, the Martin County Board of Commissioners voted to withdraw from the Seven50 Consortium.

In front of a packed-to-overflowing audience of citizens in the commission chambers, Martin County, Florida, Board of County Commissioners, voted 4 to 1, to end the County’s involvement with the 3-year, $4.25 million, seven county, 50 year regional planning effort solely funded by a US Department of HUD Sustainable Communities Initiative Grant, marketed under the fluffy-sounding name Seven50.

Martin County becomes the third county to withdraw from the regional planning consortium that originally consisted of seven southeast Florida counties stretching from Indian River County in the north, to Monroe County in the Florida Keys.

Palm City resident Jerry Kyckelhahn delivered a knife-sharp presentation of fact-filled analysis that laid bare, the arthritic core skeleton of the regional plan that central planners have worked so diligently to disguise under the fancy clothing of carefully contrived public consensus-building sessions, slick marketing materials, and extensive public relations efforts.

After listening to considerable input from their constituents, and doing their own extensive research into the Seven50 Prosperity Plan, the Commissioners decided to formally withdraw as a Consortium Member effective February 22, 2014.

The American Coalition 4 Property Rights thanks the Commissioners for their thoughtful consideration of all input and for their discussion statements, some of which are:

….Planning for 50 years is silliness …

…The entire premise (population growth) is flawed already….

…The longer the outlook horizon, the larger the error rate. So, if you use common sense and go out 50 years, it is utterly ridiculous to spend money for something that is that speculative….

…This train [the Seven50 regional plan] is headed down the track with hardly anyone from the public participating and being knowledgeable of where this “train” is headed …..

…I believe the outcome was decided before this plan was even started….

…The Seven50 plan is vague, ambiguous, not much to it…

Commissioner Haddox wrote his own “Seven50″ plan:

  • I will not expend another dime on another plan that is based on a totally speculative long term horizon population projection.
  • I will not encourage top-down control of government planning by applying for grants that accomplish nothing but filling planners pockets with taxpayer dollars.
  • I will never buy into a plan where the public input is extremely limited and manipulated to arrive at a preconceived conclusion.
  • I will respect each county’s and municipalities rights regarding Home Rule, and I will always demand that Martin County’s home rule be respected.  We can fight about growth and no-growth in this county, but we do it amongst ourselves.  The voters in this county will determine how we grow.
  • I don’t want 3 million more people in Martin County.  My plan will include a way to deter that from happening.


Check out the powerful presentation Jerry Kyckelhahn made at the Martin Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on December 17, 2013


Check out the stunning presentation AC4PR made at the St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners’ meeting on October 15, 2013
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Southeast Florida MegaRegion


It’s a land use, housing, zoning, and transportation Plan for the 7 counties of southeast Florida for the next 50 years.

  • Designed with little public input
  • Adds a layer of regional governance
  • Encouraged by Federal agencies (your taxes)
  • THEIR vision for OUR growth controls all:
    • land and water
    • plants and animals
    • energy
    • construction
    • human beings
    • and more
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Your Future?

What it Really Means

It will CHANGE FOREVER the way your children and grandchildren live and work in south Florida

  • Housing choice – LOST
  • Unlimited travel by car – LOST
  • Private property rights – LOST
  • Local County control – LOST
  • Low density character of county – LOST
  • Voter access to effect change – LOST


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Stop Seven50

Call to ACTION

  • Discover for yourself what’s wrong with the plan.    Start with this website!
  • Contact local city and county officials and ask them to withdraw from the Seven50 plan.
  • Attend County meetings and voice your opposition
  • Sign up to stay informed
  • Spread the word to neighbors and friends
  • Visit our Facebook page
  • And if you can, donate to the effort to get the information out to all the residents of St Lucie County

Discover for yourself how Seven50 will re-engineer your life and the way you live, if not tomorrow then certainly in your children’s and grandchildren’s time. Take a look at the rest of our website, watch a few videos, and then, if you are concerned for the future in Southeast Florida, join us in the fight to Stop Seven50!

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