Just seconds ago the Washington State Republican Central Committee took the historic action to
the historic deliberative process of the Republican Party for 2014 by majority vote. (more…)
The Republican Liberty Caucus Kicked Off in Middle Washington the same weekend that the Roanoke Conference was washed up on our Left Coast. The two conferences were held on opposite ends of the philosophical spectrum within the Republican Party and incorporated within them every possible immediate future of the Republican Party. (more…)
Posted in Counterfeit Conservatism, Midstream Republicans, tagged Alan Mulally, Bob Herbold, Herman Cain, King County GOP, Lori Sotelo, Michael Young, Mitt Romney, Pat Herbold on February 22, 2013 | 2 Comments »
IN Roanoke 2: The Wilburness Mandate we reported on the political vision of the Roanoke Conference, one of three visions of the future we discerned between Roanoke 2013 and the RLC Kickoff event in Yakima.
But at Ocean Shores Midstreamers also emitted hints of new methodology, in addition to their old politics, that is, steering to the midpoint between American status quo and Democratic Socialism. (more…)
Posted in Counterfeit Conservatism, Midstream Republicans, tagged Brian Sonntag, Conservative Enthusiasts, Dan Evans, Diane Tebelius, Joel Pritchard, KCGOP, king county republican party, Kirby Wilbur, Mark Sussman, Ralph Monroe, Roanoke Conference, Rob McKenna, Slade Gorton on February 19, 2013 | 1 Comment »
In his reelection/inaugural speech on Jan. 19th, State GOP Chair, Kirby Wilbur, announced, “I voted for Mitt Romney and Rob McKenna and I’m not ashamed because the worst Republican is better than the best Democrat!”
It could have been a fitting introduction to the Roanoke Conference six days later. Because for three days, Wilbur – and the Conference – pondered how the Party could continue to run Washington State’s worst Republicans – the kind for whom Wilbur has worked overtime securing nominations – and still find a way to stop their epidemic of losses to the best Democrats. *
And over the course of the Conference the latest “New Direction” emerged. (more…)
Posted in Counterfeit Conservatism, Political principles of American R3VOLUTION, Republican Party Reform, Republican Principles, tagged bipartisan agreement, patriot groups, Ronald Reagan on November 25, 2012 | 6 Comments »
All the authorities agree; the RNC rules, the WSRP rules, Robert Rules of Order… there must be a “call to convention,” a notice given to the qualified delegates of the place and time and inviting their participation to make it a valid Convention. Each authority stipulates rules for that call explicitly.
Because it is too easy for the people charged with running a Convention or caucus or committee to manipulate its outcome with people… that will vote the way they want… (more…)
… in the battle that looms in 2012 against the forces of darkness, against the forces empowering and empowered by Obama, the Republican Elite (record their names as they reveal themselves) propose to engage the beast with a machine, a clone, a Republican battle-droid artificially fabricated in years of polls and focus groups, in countless hours of tactical evasion and practiced “messaging.” (more…)
Posted in 2012 Presidential Race, Counterfeit Conservatism, Liberalism, Lies and Fraud, Mitt Romney, tagged Eric Rohrbach, Garry Pagon, Grant Peterson, Jane Milhans, Lori Sotelo, Toby Nixon, Trina Wilbur on April 5, 2012 | 1 Comment »
Posted in Counterfeit Conservatism, King County GOP, Party News, Republican Party Reform, RINOs, tagged KCGOP, Lori Sotelo, Ron Paul, washington state republican party on March 1, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
Today, Thursday, December 1, 2011, exactly six days shy of the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a majority of oath-breaking U.S. Senators will, barring the successful intervention of patriots, launch a major attack on the Constitution.
The U.S. Senate will vote on, and is expected to pass S.1867, the “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012.” Embedded in it, though no longer hidden, is the effective repeal of the Bill of Rights.
It has long been predicted that confronted by invasion or severe shortages or civil unrest, the general public, even Americans, will cry out for order so desperately they will beg for a dictator to save them. (more…)
The State of New York today became the thirteenth State to sign the International Declaration of Preemptive War (the IDPW), Joining Illinois, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, Rhode Island, California, Oregon, Washington and hundreds of State and Federal officials, former Presidents and other prominent individuals. Speaking at a “declaration of preemptive war” formal cotillion, Governor Andrew Cuomo quipped, “If we can make it here, we can make it anywhere!” amid rumors that the State’s legislature is meeting later in the week to consider preemptive attacks on Taiwan and the Vatican. Speakers also included George W. Bush and President Barack Obama (speaking through a teleprompter). (more…)
Posted in 2012 Presidential Race, Candidates, Constitutional Law, Counterfeit Conservatism, Counterfeit Conservatives, Economic Impact, Economics, Election News, Elections, Federal Reserve, Government, Mitt Romney, National Politics, Politicians, Politics, Republican Party Reform, Republican Principles, Rick Perry, RINOs, Ron Paul on August 16, 2011 | 3 Comments »
The greatest enemies to American Freedom are GOP “moderates.” Specifically, the “pragmatist” elite for whom loyalty to leadership (as long as they still control it) trumps principle. Masquerading as “conservative,” breaking rules as necessary, they have steered the Party into gradually compromising away our freedoms for the last hundred years. Their greatest enemy? Constitutionalists.
We’ve been factually reporting on this since 2004, yet some will not remove the hands that cover their ears.
Check this one out: Establishment Predators Eating their Young (more…)
Posted in Abortion, Counterfeit Conservatism, Liberalism, Midstream Republicans, Pro-Death Republicans, Republican Party Reform, Right to Life, RINOs, Slade Gorton, tagged Dan Evans, Joel Pritchard, Mainstream Republicans of Washington on October 2, 2010 | 12 Comments »
Mainstream Republicans of Washington has lost the name of their challenger to Pam Roach’s Senate seat, but as of this morning, they don’t know why. They have not announced that the endorsement, itself, is withdrawn, nor whether, if it is withdrawn, they will continue to support him quietly.
Contacted this morning, in his fortress of solitude high atop the Mainstream Building in metropolitan Kennewick (we believe),
Mainstream Executive Director Alex Hays didn’t want to say anything about the reasons for the withdrawal of the Mainstream candidate’s name until he had talked with Matt Richardson.
“I don’t want to say anything until I’ve talked with Matt Richardson,” said Hays, and he would not say what it was that he wanted to talk to Richardson about. (more…)
Going without these platform commitments from those we support is why they never come to pass – and never will.
A debate is taking place with many Republican voters concerning my recent conditional endorsement of Dino Rossi. Rumors abound as to my intentions and objectives. I am receiving both applause and consternation. Therefore, an explanation is in order.
I want Patty Murray to lose in November as much as any Republican. That is exactly why I have chosen the course I have in making a conditional endorsement. I ask that you read all I write in order to more fully understand my heart and my thinking.
Those more heavily involved in Republican Party politics know there are two camps within the GOP. (more…)
from Senator Val Stevens …
Recently, the Clint Didier U.S. Senate campaign released a radio commercial on several Christian radio stations throughout Washington State comparing Clint Didier’s views on abortion with that of Dino Rossi and challenging Dino’s claim that he is pro-life. This ad has created a firestorm within the Christian community, which, until now, has been mostly unaware of these facts. (more…)