Wednesday

Electoral Waves

In 2010 and 2014 a wave of change rolled across the USA.  The US House and Senate flipped to Republican control.   In Olympia, the State Senate is in the hands of a Republican majority.

That leaves the State House to be dealt with in 2016.  Right now we are three seats short of a majority.   In April a special election will be held in the 30th district.  Two Republicans are currently vying in the primary for that position: Teri Hickel and Martin Moore.   If the GOP prevails in the 30th this year, the spot light will shift to Olympic Peninsula in 2016 where we expect to have viable challengers to Reps Van de Wege and Tharinger.  

Here in Jefferson County our job is to shake off the lethargy caused by living in shadow of our far left neighbors in Port Townsend.  We don't need change the liberal's hearts and minds; we need to inspire our own base and turn out enough voters to supplement the majority in Clallam County.   We can do this.



 

Saturday

Tuition decrease

Olympia, March 13 - Thanks to the Republican majority in the State Senate, and despite opposition from half of the Democratic Senators, a tuition reduction bill passed by majority this week.  Known as the College Affordability Program (SB5954), the bill would reduce tuition by as much as 30% percent.

Friday

Washington Constitution is clear.

“All political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights.” - 

“The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself or the state shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men.” - See more at: http://thedailyworld.com/opinion/columnist/jim-walsh-gun-rights-our-state-constitution-doesn-t-equivocate#sthash.rnPogrFm.dpuf

Thursday

IRS scandal Drip, Drip, Drip

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DRIP: Senate to IRS - provide emails between IRS and White House as required by law - IRS to Senate we are above the law - buzz off.
DRIP: Rep Clyburn - I did not collude with the IRS to harass True the Vote - documented evidence says - yes you did.
DRIP: IRS, after a 2 year search, said (under oath) email back up tapes were recycled. IG after a two week search, look here they are.

Monday


A short video, great message... For Us All              I'm reasonably certain Elbert will not be invited to the White House anytime soon.

One of the best videos I have seen in a long time!              This is the video that went viral on the Internet .  Very few can express themselves with such clarity and purpose.
Why I am a Republican

Saturday

Media Bias

The Seattle Times  is blaming $59,000 in campaign contributions, made by the oil industry to WA Republicans, for the failure of Jay Inslee's Cap and Trade plan.   The real reason Cap and Trade did not pass in Olympia is because not enough Democrats supported it. The bill was not supported because it is a bad idea.

What the Times should be asking is what effect did the $ 1.500,000 in campaign contribution made by, far left green activist, Tom Steyer have on Inslee's decision to bring this proposal forward in the first place?

Thursday

22 Washington teachers who have been convicted of crimes against children are currently collecting their full pensions. 

Wednesday

JeffCom at 12:03 p.m. Feb. 21 dispatched the final call for Deputy Chief 202 - Moe Moser of Quilcene Fire Rescue - who has "answered his last alarm and arrived home safely."

Tuesday

Imagine the Firestorm

If a single bird dies from an oil spill the Left is up in arms.   Now we learn that a new government subsidized solar farm in Nevada kills 65 birds per hour.  This news comes out on the same day Obama vetoes the Keystone Pipeline.

*** Save the Birds,  Build the pipeline *** 

http://goo.gl/2QaJq0