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Forty years ago, what was the Reverend Jesse  talking about?

Jackson_january_15,_1975And what happens

When principle falls to power?

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By: Matthew F. Pfefer, Spokane, Washington

[This article is a response to a friend's  Facebook  post describing his reasons for voting for the Governor against the President in the upcoming election, and  another friend's  argument against his reasoning, who asked me to  back her up.]

[Ed Note: Emphases ours]

I see three issues here: A moral issue as to oath-keeping, a moral issue as to blood-letting, and a practical issue. (more…)

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On December 2 we presented facts behind the probable re-appointment of Ross Marzolf as King County 37th District Chairman and why the new King County Republican Party might consider not ratifying that appointment.

From the email underground comes more detail about this sorry, still festering abscess deep in the KCGOP. (more…)

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Once upon a time, in the republic of Washington, the generally good and moral grassroots folks who claim a home in the Republican Party, those folks who know the difference between basic wrong and right action, would tolerate no less from their local party leaders. If they learned that someone who aspired to party office—whether  PCO or a county leadership position—had deliberately lied about someone, spreading falsehoods that could and would damage the victim’s reputation, those decent grassroots folks would ensure that the perpetrator’s political career died right then and there. This moral position held true at least into the 1990s statewide. Things have changed. In the county of King and to a lesser degree across the counties of the state, the little people stopped caring, just like the big folks, the important folks, quit caring long ago. And slander and lies became entrenched behavior and ordinary Republican folks who had moved to believing everything their “leaders” told them, instead of wiping out the political aspirations of such immoral individuals, began to aid and abet them, either by walking away from the fray altogether, or by voting, again and again, for the leadership and their slates, for the “experienced” ones, the ones who “know what they are doing.” (more…)

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From the email underground:
Here are two recent items about Afghanistan at View from the Right:
 

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Don’t you dare include baby-killing funds in health care or in any other legislation.
We will throw you all the hell out, we’ll throw you the hell out, so help us God!  Massachusetts will look like a picnic! . . . It’s time to say enough is enough! . . .US governors, wake up. It’s up to you. Who will be the first Moses to let our babies grow?
~Rabbi Yehuda Levin at the National March for Life Rally.

Pay particular attention to the rabbi’s call to action on how to close down the abortion clinics by the use of interposition and nullification:

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Wendy Button is a speechwriter who has worked for, among others, John Edwards, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Now working on her book, she has moved from Washington DC, which is WITHOUT “universal health care” to the people’s republic of Massacuhssetts which is blessed with MITT ROMNEY’S Government-mandated Universal health care.

And it has cured a lot of what ailed her. (more…)

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babel2It was the medieval and ancient times that man regarded the king to be God, or a god. This was the foundation of the Greek myths. It was evidenced in the Bible in the account of Nimrod. The Bible does not go into details of the life of Nimrod, only to mention he was a mighty hunter and established at least eight major cities including Babylon and Ninevah. The secular accounts tell of his gruesome battles and victories and that he was considered to be a god. It was in this mindset that he set about to prevent the people from fulfilling their mandate from God to create urban sprawl and rounded them up to build the Tower of Babel to commemorate and celebrate the accomplishments of man.

King Herod and mere puppet for Caesar considered himself to be a god and did not silence the people when they worshiped him. The Bible tells us, in chapter twelve of Acts, when he accepted the praise of man and failed to give glory to God, he was struck down and immediately eaten by worms and died.

In America, the land of the free and home of the brave, we have become overrun by bureaucrats. Many of them believe themselves to be gods. In fact, they hold the power of God over a man’s life and business. Even many bureaucrats who profess to be Christian, have no fear of God but continue to build empires and despise their brothers’ freedoms.

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McCain embraces Bui Tin, North Vietnamese Interrorgator and Senior Colonel in the system that murdered more than 54 American POWs, during a break in the Kerry/McCain hearings that closed the door on hope for any remaining Americans alive in VietNam.

In a comment on my recent article about the upcoming Republican National Convention, here, B. Thomas points out that

being beat senseless by his captors is what made [John McCain] the man he is today,”

and that comment inspired me!

 

I think it certainly was the defining period of John McCain’s life. Isn’t it great! I agree with the famous Crecca letter distributed by our McCain Team in the Washington State Caucuses.

 

That letter was one torture victim pointing out that only torture victims are qualified to be President. Military service, by itself, is not enough. (more…)

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Sacremento/June 25, 2012/CNW/ The California Supreme Court appeared divided again today over the constitutionality of the state’s marriage laws. During three hours of arguments by lawyers, Justice Joyce L. Kennard questioned whether “the state has effectively conceded there is no valid grounds for distinction” between domestic partnership, marriage, and ordinary product licensing.

Four of the seven justices repeatedly noted that California voters have futiley defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman, and that the public’s opinion on the matter was now completely irrelevant. (more…)

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gaywed1.jpgPrior to October 9th, Dear Abby was known for straightening out troubled individuals by providing generally wise insight and suggestions.  She just fell off the wagon and down the bottomless bellybutton of Socratic narcissism. 

Abby now endorses “same marriage” — suggesting it is as normal as milk and cookies — because a few scientists pushing feminist agenda issued a meaningless report suggesting that genetics causes homosexuality. (more…)

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episcoparty.jpgIf you don’t have to stand in the line of fire, the absurd struggles of the “Episcopal Church” In Washington have a definite appeal to the funny bone in a series reported recently by the Seattle Times.

Forget all the controversy over the ordination of women, the adoption of homosexuality and the re-definition of Jesus. The latest episode in the long-running Norman Lear situation comedy, “EpiscoParty!” is the excitement of the hilarious apostate bishop of Olympia  the “Rt. Rev.” Vincent Warner (played last season by Tom Poston) over the possibilities of Muslim/Episcopal priests. “I’m excited,” says Warner in the season-opening ”Afro/Muslim/Episcopal” episode. 

The introduction of the Afro/Muslim/Episcopal theme in the series is accomplished with the new character “Rev. Ann Holmes” (Whoopi Goldberg) who, we think, is destined to take her place with Archie Bunker, Maude, and George Jefferson as an icon in the Norman Lear “People of the American Way” universe. (more…)

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