Apr 27 2012

Educating his boy, Elroy

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Mar 13 2012

James Watkins for State Auditor: March 22nd

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Please join the Shoreline Caucus in welcoming James Watkins to the race for State Auditor. This is a critical office, the watchdog which keeps an eye on excesses and abuses within our state government. James will be running against two state officeholders, a State Rep. and a State Senator, who are likely to use the office to assist the current state administration for political purposes.

Please come and greet James as he gives us his vision for this crucial state office.

The event will be at the:

Innis Arden Clubhouse
1430 Northwest 188th Street,
Shoreline, WA 98177
6:30 PM refreshments, 7 PM meeting

Also, please be aware of the race’s first US Senatorial candidate forum:

Next Sunday, March 18, in Redmond
put on by the “Puget Sound Conservative Underground “

Meet the two Republican candidates to take on Cantwell in the 2012 U.S. Senatorial Race – Michael Baumgartner & Art Coday -and find out where they differ on the issues and which one you will help support.


To RSVP, please click here:


Mar 10 2012

Defending Point Wells

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endangered species look out for each other

Point Wells today

Scenes like this are what you can find today just 2 miles from Shoreline’s Town Center. Are you sure you want to trade these for the resort package Jay is bringing down the aisle?

Aug 21 2011

Real World Example of UN Agenda 21

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This is right in your face if you know where to look and what the actual agenda is. There is a good chance your local government is already listed: http://www.iclei.org/

Aug 08 2011

August 18th Meeting

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Rob McKenna at Shoreline Caucus, Thurs., August 18th‏

Please join the Shoreline Caucus in welcoming Rob McKenna, candidate for Governor of Washington State, speaking at our next monthly meeting.  On Thursday evening, August 18th, join us at 6:30 PM for refreshments and 7:00 PM for the meeting, at the:

 Innis Arden Clubhouse
1430 N.W. 188th
Shoreline, WA 98177

 Washington State had a nearly $5 billion budget shortfall this cycle, under Gov. Gregoir’s administration. In fact, Democrats have held the governor’s office for over 3 decades. Since 1999, under Gov. Locke’s and Gregoire’s administrations, state spending has increased by 66%.

 Clearly, “business as usual” has not served the citizens of this state, and it’s time for a change. Please come, bring a friend, and get to know Rob McKenna.

Feb 08 2011

The revival of the Maine GOP

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Is there hope for WA?

“For the first time since 1964, Maine Republicans captured the governorship, the senate, and the house​—​a trifecta made possible, boasts GOP mastermind Charlie Webster as he chews on his ham and cheese omelet, because “we represent the working people” and were able to convince voters of this.”

See this article in the Weekly Standard

Jan 16 2011

Will Luke Esser Follow in Michael Steele’s Footsteps?

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Michael Steele is now out as chairman of the Republican National Committee, having lost his re-election bid this past Friday. Is Luke Esser going to follow a similar path when the Washington State Republican Party elects its chairman next Saturday?

Luke Esser (left) voted for National RNC Chair in Maryland last Friday.

There are three people running against Esser for a new two-year term as State Party Chairman – Kirby Wilbur, Curt Fackler, and Bill Rennie. After Steve Beren posted his interviews of both Esser and the first candidate to throw his hat in the ring, Wilbur, (http://www.redcounty.com/content/my-interview-luke-esser-our-party-always-re-energized-right), I put out a poll on the Puget Sound Conservative Underground website, asking whom should be the Chairman of the Republican Party – Esser or Wilbur? (http://www.meetup.com/PugetSoundConservativeUnderground/polls/259055/). Of the 53 conservatives who took the poll, an overwhelming 51 chose Wilbur. Read more »

Dec 31 2010

Local Government Collapse

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Thank you Kathi!

Dec 31 2010

Seattle’s New Talk Radio Station – FREEDOM 1590

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Here’s the websiteTo stream our live audio, click here!

The weekday schedule:
3:00 AM – 7:00 AM Bill Bennett
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM Mike Gallagher
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Dennis Prager
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM Dennis Miller
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM Hugh Hewitt
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM Mark Levin
9:00 PM – 12:00 AM Dennis Prager (refeed)
12:00 AM – 3:00 AM Mike Gallagher (refeed)

Oct 25 2010

Out with the old, in with the new

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From Albert Einstein: “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Our state and our nation have serious debt and spending problems. Our kids and grandkids will pay for the consequences if we keep electing the same people. Inslee and Murray have had their chance. It’s time to give Watkins and Rossi the opportunity. Chase and Kagi have shown that fiscal responsiblity is not a priority, and Ryu has questionable ethics. Vote for Baker, Gagliardi and Coday.