Monthly Archives: December 2013

  • While you have been celebrating Christmas, the liberals have been hard at work. Here’s your round-up of the top 5 stories of the week: 1. Washington State liberals reveal their megalomaniacal need to control every aspect of life. And, this time, the megalomaniacs are tyrannizing Catholic-run, faith-based hospitals through senseless bureaucracy in the hopes of eventually […]

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  • The month of December revealed a great deal about the misaligned agenda of Seattle’s political leaders. Leveling attacks against businesses and stifling the future of innovation became top priorities for both Seattle’s City Council and Mayor-elect Ed Murray. Here are two anti-businesses cases that should concern you: 1. On December 13, the Seattle City Council […]

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  • KING COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY BELLEVUE, WA – Washington State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon (D-34th LD) took to his Twitter account to lambast the State of Arizona after the Seattle Seahawks’ loss yesterday. Fitzgibbon described Arizona as a “desert racist wasteland.” King County Republican Party Chair Lori Sotelo issued the following statement in response: “Learning to accept defeat […]

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  • We wish we had one of those duck callers we can blow into every time we have to listen to politically-correct-speech-police liberals… Here’s your weekly round-up: Ken Hutcherson—pastor of Antioch Bible Church and former Seahawks player—died this week at the age of 61 after fighting prostate and bone cancer for over a decade. Hutcherson left […]

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  • “I took math at Ingraham High School, so I know how to count votes.”- Gov. Jay Inslee on his plans to count legislative votes for his new supplemental budget plan. Washington State has a balanced budget going into a new legislative session for the first time in six years. What changed in state government that […]

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  • You know you live under an authoritarian regime when… 1.      Your government leader denies you the right to vote—or denies a fair election. 2.      Your government leader tells you that he has your best interests at heart. He knows what is best for you and will make your decisions for you. You have no […]

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  • This week’s news includes more 777X drama, a national budget deal, and a win for residents of Redmond Ridge. Here is your weekly round-up: –          The machinist union-Boeing drama continues. Boeing CEO Ray Conner met with machinists union leaders on Tuesday—deadline day for states submitting competitive bids for 777X production. Both sides denied that any […]

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  • 12/13/2013, 12:30 pm update: Yesterday, Boeing responded with a “final” counter-offer. Machinist leaders rejected the offer. Rank-in-file union members expressed their desire to have the opportunity to vote on Boeing’s newest contract proposal. It remains unclear whether or not union leaders will allow a vote. According to The Seattle Times, Boeing CEO Ray Conner met […]

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  • Residents of Redmond Ridge: you can breathe easy, residents of southeast Seattle: your council member thinks you’re a criminal. Good News: The King County Council—specifically council members Kathy Lambert, Reagan Dunn, Jane Hague, Pete von Reichbauer and lone Democrat Julia Patterson—supported the people of Redmond Ridge in a 5-4 vote. The five council-members effectively prevented […]

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  • Boeing gets courted, King gets prison time, and Redmond Ridge residents might just get the short end of the stick. Here’s your weekly round-up: It would seem that Boeing has the pick of the crop. Since Seattle-area machinists voted against Boeing’s contract, states across the country have been throwing themselves at the highly attractive aerospace […]

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  • Picture a quiet community filled with hard-working families, children at play, close knit neighbors… and a giant marijuana production and processing plant right next to the local day care center. That last part sounding like a shabby deal? Well, it’s exactly what the Redmond Ridge community will have to look forward to if a company […]

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  • A Short Ode to Community Organizers It was a cold winter day when they came to stay. To stay, to stay with families at play. But who are they do you say? Why, those who mobilize to organize your family their way.   Aw the holiday season—a time of love, laughter, and cheer. A time […]

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