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"Ron Ewart"
President of the
National Association of Rural Landowners

Mr. Ewart, author, pilot, inventor, musician, poet and businessman, has 30 plus years experience in all phases of real estate and has authored several books and hundreds of articles on related and unrelated subjects. He was seven years with a metropolitan Chamber of Commerce as a Director and Vice President, giving him the opportunity to speak many times on pressing issues, as well as on government and business topics. He served one year as Chairman of a suburban city's planning commission. His extensive experience in real estate and business has given him a unique perspective on the affects of government regulations on almost every American. Mr. Ewart was also awarded the coveted Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge's George Washington Honor Medal for Journalism. Many of Ron's frequent writings have found their way into the national media and appear on many national venues, websites, blogs, forums and chat rooms. His e-mail messages reach thousands, almost every day and are forwarded to thousands more.

Ron has given speeches to groups and conferences all around the country. He has appeared on numerous radio programs and has been a guest host as well. Ron is well versed in a wide range of issues that affect all Americans, especially rural Americans.

Here are a few comments in response to Ron's articles and speeches:

Sir, I have been enlightened and informed by your writings and I appreciate all the great strides you continue to take to keep "us" informed. Please keep up the excellent analysis and forthwith examples for all American's to follow...if they only would!

Ron, this was one of the finest, most positive, uplifting pieces of linguistic art I've encountered in many of a year. Would that all Americans could read it. My sincere thanks...

This is one of the most positive, uplifting commentaries that I have read in a very long time. You've said it all; there's nothing left to be said. Thank you for reminding us all of what is truly important to hold on to as citizens of the United States of America.

Bravo! Spoken like a true Patriot Mr. Ewart. You get em Brother, tell it like it is. This is a wonderfully thought out missive, I am saving this to my Totally Awesome folder so I can be inspired when needs be. Thank you Mr. Ewart for being such a great American, you inspire and enlighten me.

If you want to be inspired as an American and as the above people were, you owe it to yourself to hear one of Ronís speeches.

If you would like Ron to give a speech to your group,
or at your conference,
you may contact Mr. Ewart as follows:

By Telephone
1 800 682-7848

or by e-mail at:

Or write to:

Ron Ewart
P. O. Box 1031
Issaquah, WA 98027

He does charge a modest fee, plus expenses.

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