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Pedro Celis 2The following article was originally published in November, 2006. It is composed entirely of published news reports at that time about PLAZA BANK and its profitable connections with Illegal Immigration and the Marxist movement. It has become crucially pertinent again now that one of its FOUNDERS, Pedro Celis, is running for Congress… as a Republican (!!!). Anyone with a direct connection to the activities described in this article disqualifies himself from standing for election to represent law-abiding Republicans. 
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It appears Susan Hutchison, Lori Sotelo, and the Washington State Republican Party are, once again, committed to the old GOP/Left tricks of anointing a Liberal Party insider as THE GOP candidate for  key offices in 2014,  entirely without grass roots involvement. (more…)

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In case you missed it… a significantly revealing item is visible on the King County Republican Calendar this month… captured, below, before it can be altered. (more…)

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I am proud to say that I allowed King County Superior Court to violate my Constitutionally-protected rights this week. I accepted jury duty.

Washington State’s jury duty law is in direct contradiction of Article XIII of the U.S. Constitution.

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Fred Stephens introduces Silas Potter

But what’s a little slavery among friends? I’m  happy to be considered as a potential adjudicating peer of any accused grand thief, murderer, or driver with an Breathalyzer reading that is allegedly over the legally allowable statistic. And the experience gave me the opportunity to hear portions of  the case of David A. Johnson, the black entrepreneur who had the misfortune of running into Silas Potter,  head of the Seattle Public School district’s Regional Small Business Development Program [whose much-celebrated purpose, illegal on its face, was to give small businesses  aid based on  racial and gender preferences]. Potter, in turn, worked for or with: a) the Seattle Schools Superintendent, b) its Chief Financial and Operations Officer and directly under c) the now-awesome Fred Stephens.

Their collective political enterprise came apart. (more…)

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[Ed. note: Readers of the The Reagan Wing know we regularly publish events of note in the Republican Party.]

Sotelo NationalApril 21, 2013 is the first anniversary of one of the most significant events in  the history of King County Republican Caucuses.  Yes, those of you who follow these events  well remember the 37LD basketball court caucus where the curtain of secrecy  was finally drawn aside, and the resultant national YouTube and Fox News debut of King County’s own Lori Sotelo! (more…)

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roanoke podium wilburIn 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…)

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RLCThe best of all its possible futures passed before the Washington State Republican Party in the guise of visions cast the weekend of January 25th – 27th   All the elements that will decide the Republican fate (what the Party will do, and receive in return for their efforts) were on display. But since those visions were cast in two conferences, held simultaneously (as luck would have it) in two hotels in two cities (NOT as should happen, in a common State Convention), not one single person actually saw them all. There were no rebuttals or counter-arguments to any proposal at either pole. And the Party as a whole will not, by majority vote of elected representatives, decide its own direction. (more…)

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