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In the past 22 years, by working together with our thousands of heroic supporters, we’ve qualified 17 statewide initiatives for a public vote. They all limited the governments’ power over us and have saved taxpayers $46.9 billion. And our four 2/3-vote-to-raise-taxes initiatives have saved...
With more individuals identifying with the LGBTQ+ movement than ever before and the general acceptance of alternative “lifestyles,” our country is ready for the Equality Act to pass into law. The Equality Act is a piece of sweeping legislation that would amend the Civil Rights Act which will expand...
When King George Bush the Second was in power he used to pronounce American without the confusing and obnoxious “A” so it sounded like ‘merican. Good for him. It is always good to be king and do what you please. Back in the day, Benjamin Franklin thought the American wild turkey would be the...
James Coates, a Canadian pastor sits behind bars today. His crime? Gathering the church for consistent, regular worship on Sundays. Unable to see his family, he waits in prison as his totalitarian government decides his fate. However, being the benevolent tyrants they are, they did offer him a deal...
Last Saturday morning Kathy and her best friend Ann were on a video conference call with me for a Medication Insider personal medication consultation. One of Kathy’s questions was about her first COVID vaccination, which was coming up in 4 days. A couple of her friends had experienced some...

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I got my second COVID vaccination on a Tuesday morning a couple of weeks ago. The day after I received my first COVID vaccine, I noticed my arm aching like someone had punched me when I wasn’t looking. After the second shot, my left arm ached even more. I was VERY GLAD I chose to have my vaccine in...
It was the Year of COVID-19 and Papa Dré wanted things to be clear before he passed in a New Orleans hospital room last August at age 86. He wanted to be sure he knew the world and that it needed some serious fixin’ as they say in Southeast Texas and ‘round ‘dare in da Bayou. Talking with Papa Dré...
The Washington State Constitution describes education as its “paramount duty,” and the Legislature dedicates half of its $54 billion operating budget to K-12 education. Each year, lawmakers fiercely debate educational reform topics from school funding, graduation standards, and collective...

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Well, well, well, what do we have here in the affluent rural netherlands of Chelan County? It’s a dispute my Lord over Mother Nature, Mr. Property Rights and Mrs. Kumbaya vis-a-vis snowmobiling. It isn’t at all about the safety of not speeding, overloading, helmets or taking turns at a high speed...
As the COVID-19 vaccine makes its way across the country at “warp speed”, many are now breathing a sigh of relief. The “miracle” of this clinically untested, rushed concoction produced by Big-Pharma has the nation hopeful for the future that finally, we can put the pandemic behind us and return to...

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