One thing is clear.
If the Republican Party nominates Donald Trump, the Party’s finished.
Another thing is also clear… (more…)
Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Party News, Republican Party Reform, tagged Chris Vance, Clint Dider, Diane Tebelius, Donald Trump, Dullain Ehrlich, Fredi Simpson, Graham Hunt, Kirby Wilbur, Linda Smith, Lori Sotelo, Olga Farnum, Pat Buchanan, Pat Robertson, Reed Davis, Republican, Ron Paul, Sharam Hadian, Sharon Hanek, Slade Gorton, Stephen Pidgeon, Susan Hutchison, Washington State Republican on April 8, 2016| 8 Comments »
Posted in 2010 U.S. Senate Race, Party News, Washington State GOP, tagged Clint Didier, Doc Hastings, Graham Hunt, Kim Wyman, Rob McKenna, Sharon Hanek, Slade Gorton, Susan Hutchison on March 31, 2016| 5 Comments »
Posted in Party News, Washington State GOP, tagged Caleb Heimlich, Chris Vance, Clint Dider, David Adams, Dino Rossi, Doug Parris, Elixzabeth Scott, Graham Hunt, Jason Vorva, KIRO TV, Maria Cantwell, Mark Hulst, Matt Shea, Michelle McIntyre, Mike McGavick, Pedro Celis, Ralph Munro, Rob McKenna, Rush Limbaugh, Skagit County GOP, Slade Gorton, Susan Hutchison on September 1, 2015| 3 Comments »
I moved here from southern California when I was 23 years old. Prior to that time I had no involvement in politics, other than being a big believer in President Reagan. What got me going was, my wife Michele was listing to a guy named Rush Limbaugh on the radio one day not to long after we moved here. In short, Rush really got me interested in politics.
My first experience in politics was in 1994 when Michele and I were living in Mt Vernon. That was when I had the good fortune of meeting Jason Vorva and Mark Hulst. (more…)
Posted in Acknowledgement of God, American Revolution, Political principles of American R3VOLUTION, Rights of The People, tagged Anthony Bosworth, Bundy Ranch, Derrick Nunnally, Elizabeth Scott, Frank Chopp, Graham Hunt, I-594, Jay Inslee, Jim Camden, Jim Moeller, Joel Kretz, Kit Lange, Maria Bosworth, Matt Shea, Mike Vanderberboegh, Mussolini, Redress of Grievances, Spokesman Review, Three Percenters, Washington State Patrol on February 9, 2015| 1 Comment »
Faith stepped up to the doors of the Washington State Legislature Saturday showing no signs of fear. No one, in fact, seemed afraid. And no one was belligerent.
It was eerie. Faith is six years old. The Movement is well over 200.
I was surprised so many showed up. Because this event was planned to directly confront the business end of abusive government, the guys with guns and no morals. (more…)