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American pastor Saeed Abedini is a US Citizen who has been  imprisoned in Iran and ignored by the Obama Administration for the crime of being a Christian. Today, across America, patriots are demanding:

  1. his release by Iran and
  2. action to secure his release by the US Government.

Join us.

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From Jason Overstreet:

And you thought you were free…

Starting in 2014, if individuals do not have health insurance, they will have to pay a fine of $95 or 1 percent of their annual income, 1-Bound-with-Chains-at-the-Wristswhichever is greater. The fine for individuals will gradually increase to $695 or 2.5 percent of the individual’s income, whichever is greater, by 2016. For families, the penalty will be $285 or 1 percent of their household income, whichever is greater, in 2014. This penalty will gradually increase to $2,085 (more…)

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Lynden Revisited

Thanks to Doktor Jeep, for originally linking the following analysis from Seattle Training Group. The Seattle Training Group is an organization built on mindset and how to use it in the personal development of oneself as “the weapon” to apply for any situation ranging from the daily challenges of life to tactical and combatant roles for citizens. You are not encouraged to take these materials as gospel but to instead study them for the essence and spirit of what is written here and adapt them for your needs. Seattle Training Group header

Reverse Engineering a Mass Shooting: an example of what to look for, in real time. (more…)

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By: Matthew Pfeffer, Spokane, Washington

For this discussion, the following two provisions of the Twelfth Amendment apply:

The Electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted for as Vice-President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, and of all persons voted for as Vice-President . . . . (more…)

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Tamra

The whole-hearted little lady you see standing up to the Sotelo Machine in the videos of the 37th district caucus is Tamra Smilanich.

Tamra refused to back down to Sotelo’s threats after defeating Sotelo’s latest “chosen one” to chair the caucus and then won the ongoing chairmanship of the 37th District Precinct Committee officers to become the only District Leader in King County Lori Sotelo can’t sack at whim.

Still under assault by the Establishment, Tamra is (more…)

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Two bills relevant to PCO elections were introduced in Olympia this session.

The good one, which would have restored the office, meeting Federal Judge Coughenour’s standard, died in committee.

The other, Sam Hunt’s HB 1860, will, predictably, eradicate the office of PCO as it exists under the current RCWs (which is also consistent with the ruling by Judge Coughenour in the Top Two lawsuit as we, alone, pointed out in January).

That bill, the bad one, has already quietly passed the House, with no notice to or input from Party members and will get a public hearing in Olympia tomorrow at 10AM.

Claiming also to revive the office it eradicates, the “Sam” bill (rumors are circulating that Sam Reed (R) is actually behind Sam Hunt’s (D) promulgation of Rep. Hurst’s bill) gives the Party Bosses a “briar patch” choice. Those of you familiar with the pre-political correctness stories of Uncle Remus will understand. See: The Briar Patch

 Let me give you some perspective on the real situation: (more…)

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Ed Mohs

Women, Children saved from Certain Disaster

From Ed Mohs:

Nearly 200 committed prayer volunteers prayed, fasted, and held peaceful vigil for 40 days to end abortion in Everett. This was the sixth coordinated campaign for Everett 40 Days for Life, part of the national 40 Days for Life ministry, with its roots in College Station, Texas.  Everett was one of eight cities in Washington this fall 2010 effort, which began September 22 and ended October 31. Everett 40 Days for Life daily vigil took place at the Everett Planned Parenthood, 32nd and Hoyt. Two children and their moms were spared from the trauma of abortion.  Another woman chose not to abort prior to September 22. Praise God!  Prayers were offered for women to turn away from abortion; for women who have had abortions to receive the gift of repentance, leading to God’s love and mercy.  We prayed for Planned Parenthood staff to see abortion as killing the preborn child; individuals and churches to awaken to the abortion violence and get involved in ending abortion in our community.

Everett Planned Parenthood closed three Fridays and early one Saturday during the 40 days.  Everett 40 Days for Life prayer warriors distributed hundreds of life-saving educational brochures; rosaries, and Miraculous Medals were also given out.  

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