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If some of our leaders fall in the battle,  we must move on. We must be relentless.”

Michele St. Pierre (c) 2012

Rand Paul a Traitor?

Along with many of you in the Liberty Movement, I watched and listened with sick horror to Rand Paul’s endorsement of Mitt Romney. But thinking about it, in a political sense, in a global context of what is happening in our world, I would like to offer a hypothesis. (more…)

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vote2016The following article, by guest author Kelleigh Nelson, was written in November, 2012 immediately after the re-election of Barack Obama and has existed, somehow invisibly, as a draft, backstage as it were, while the Reagan Wing cast and director scurried about producing other dramas. But now it has become clear that this article, recently re-discovered, casts a stark light on the path ahead in 2016 elections. (more…)

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Mrs. Obama inspects Patriot's under-inflated football

Mrs. Obama inspects Patriot’s under-inflated football (artist’s conception)

For the second straight week the hype heading into the Seahawks defense of their World Football Championship swirls around the Deflate-Gate controversy.

DeflateGate

By now the entire football-speaking world is aware that the Seahawks’ opponent, the New England Patriots, won the right to play in the game, at least partially, by using illegal, under-inflated balls to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on January 18.

Within hours of the discovery of the under-inflation, expert sources, both current and former NFL players and staff, expressed a consensus that: (more…)

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Editor’s note: This article was written within 48 hours of the first day of business at the 2012 Washington State Republican Convention in Tacoma and uploaded to The Reagan Wing, where it has waited for nearly a year, although regularly revisited by our staff… Like the story of the Republican Liberty Caucus Kickoff in January 2013, Something held us back from publishing …until now. The author, was an eyewitness to the events discussed in Lord of the RLC #9: The Silmarillion Secret. This article is published now as a response to the comments of  Michael & Katja Delavar.

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Standing on Principle at the Washington State Convention

Michele St. Pierre (c)2012 (more…)

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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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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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