Like a thousand newcomers before him, Donald Trump has succumbed to ancient stratagems of the GOP’s Left/Pragmatic Establishment.
He has signed the RINO Pledge.
Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Candidate Information, Candidates and Campaigns, Ron Paul Legacy, tagged Cary Condotta, Debbie Hopper, Doug Parris, Elizabeth Scott, GOP grassroots, Jesse Benton, King 5, Lew Moore, Luke Esser, Matt Dubin, Michele St Pierre, Rand Paul, Republican Liberty Caucus of Washington, RLCWA, Rob McKenna, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, The Speech, Town Hall Seattle on August 26, 2015 | 13 Comments »
If you tuned in to “Sting 5” News (early) to get your update on Rand Paul’s Seattle visit, you saw clips of their short interview with me. [Ed. note: before the video was edited … Parris’ remarks remain in the King5 text, as we go to press, but the video clips have been expunged & replaced with other footage.] I told them I went to the event sort-of “undecided.” (more…)
Posted in Federal Reserve, Lies and Fraud, Republican Party Reform, Ron Paul Legacy, tagged Michele St Pierre, Patriot Coalition, Ron Paul, Snohomish County Liberty Action Committee, Snohomish County Republican Liberty Caucus, Snohomish Couny COP, washington state republican party on June 18, 2015 | 38 Comments »
The Reagan Wing has learned, through Snohomish County authorities, that well-known author, speaker, state wide liberty leader and Ron Paul activist, RCLWA board member, Michele St. Pierre, passed from this mortal life at 4:45 AM Monday, June 15, 2015 and her passing was kept secret by the small circle of care-givers that has, gradually, over the last year, taken control of access to and information coming from Michele’s Stanwood residence. (more…)
Posted in 2012 Presidential Race, Acknowledgement of God, American Revolution, tagged 2016, Adolph Hitler, Barack Obama, Barry Goldwater, Ben Franklin, Bill Gates, Bill Maher, Bishop David L Ricken, Bob Dole, Chris Hedges, Dave Jolly, Dines D'Souza, George Bush, Gerald Ford, Hillary Rodham Clinton, John McCain, Michael Shermer, Mitt Romney, Nicholas Eberstadt, Richard Nixon, Ron Paul on May 18, 2015 | 2 Comments »
The 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…)
Posted in Republican Party Reform, Washington State GOP, tagged Bill Orsborn, Billye Brooks Sebastiani, Charlie Crabtree, Chris Vance, Dan Evans, Diane Tebelius, Dino Rossi, Ed Moats, George Nethercutt, John McCain, KCGOP, Kirby Wilbur, Lori Sotelo, Luke Esser, Mike McGavick, Mitt Romney, National Hispanic Assembly, Pat Buchanan, Pat Robertson, Pedro Celis, Rob McKenna, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, Slade Gorton, Susan Hutchison, Suzan DelBene on March 18, 2014 | 8 Comments »
[We ended Part 1 of this tale having set the stage for a meeting Doug had told Susan they had to have as long ago as August 2013 when they ran into each other at the RLCWA board meeting in Ellensburg, which we reported on here. We continue as Susan and Doug sit down to begin their meeting…]
I went to see State Party Chair Susan Hutchison because I believed she had assumed that office with the opportunity to change the WSRP Culture of “Circle the Wagons” and defeat, but was in danger, instead, of being digested. What I really wanted was to crash through the door with an offer of salvation from the Terminator series:
Posted in Republican Party Reform, Washington State GOP, tagged Ben Bettrich, Caleb Heimlich, Chris Vance, Diane Tebelius, Jennifer Dunn, Ken Eickenberry, Kirby Wilbur, Luke Esser, Pedro Celis, Phil Spackman, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, Steve Beren, Susan Hutchison, washington state republican party on March 17, 2014 | 1 Comment »
I had to talk to Susan about it. It had been the most important thing on my mind for seven days. I knew time would be getting ahead of me. It couldn’t be put off. Even as I peered through the glass into the Party headquarters, unbeknownst to me, the Reagan Wing editor was in the process of queuing up an article by Phil Spackman that would set the clock ticking, but in my mind it was already ticking. (more…)