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BTR: The Alaska Republican Party Chairman-Randy Ruedrich on Katcha KLOO Radio

Posted by Thunder Pig on June 23, 2008

Here is a very informative show you might want to check out, scheduled for 6/23/2008 at 12am:

Please check out the show if you are still awake.. est-12:00 We have representatives who say they are conservative, but vote for every liberal/socialistic idea proposed. Is there still room for a conservative in the GOP? We will have a guest join us he is informative on Alaska politics and most issues that are associated with Republicans. Join us, we pose some questions to the Alaska Republican Party Chairman-Randy Ruedrich. How is Republican defined in the eyes of Alaskans? Is it helpfulwe have a governor who demonstrates everything opposite of being a Republican? Should a conservative think twice about running for office in Alaska?


If you can’t make the show, you can listen on podcast, which will usually be available an hour or so after the show ends.

I download the shows via the RSS Feed.

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ALE Raids Conservative Activist Engaged in Investigating Government Corruption

Posted by Thunder Pig on March 1, 2008

On Feb. 24, state Alcohol Law Enforcement agents carried out a raid on property maintained by business owner and conservative activist Chad Nesbitt, which ALE officials claim targeted illegal poker games that have been going at the site. No arrests were made — and the investigation continues.

“We’re still going through the documents and evidence we got,” ALE District Supervisor Allen Page told Xpress. “Once we do that, we’ll put a package together, sit down with [District Attorney] Ron Moore and decide where to go from there.”

Page also said that the ALE had conducted the raid in conjunction with the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office, which keeps a record of such an occurrence if it involves deputies. However, Deputy J.E. Allen, who handles incident reports for the Sherriff’s office, had no record of the raid.

Nesbitt called the allegations “totally false” and said that the raid was “blatant intimidation,” in response to efforts to uncover alleged corruption in the Buncombe County District Attorney’s office. His grandfather, Jim Rhew, owns the property, but Nesbitt maintains a convenience store on it, along with the two-story building that was the site of his now defunct Legends sports bar.

Source: Mountain Xpress

I was at the Breakfast Meeting the day before the raid, and I can tell you if what I saw in the videos was even halfway true…there is very serious corruption ongoing in law enforcement, as well as in the courthouse in Buncombe County, and in State Law Enforcement.

I will have more on this in the morning.

For those who are counting…this is the second attempt to shut Chad up.

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WLOS Profiles Lt Gov Beverly Perdue

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 16, 2007

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NC Senate Votes To Junk The Constituional Electoral College

Posted by Thunder Pig on May 15, 2007

North Carolina moved a big step closer to joining a national movement that could lead to the president of the United States being elected by popular vote.

The state Senate, by a 30-18 partisan vote, passed legislation that would direct North Carolina’s Electoral College delegates to vote for the presidential candidate with the most votes nationwide — not the one with the most votes in the state — if the national movement proves successful. So far, only Maryland has signed on, but more than 40 states are considering legislation that could bring them on board as well.

The movement comes after two close national presidential elections in which Republican George Bush came out the winner. In the 2000 election, the popular vote went to Democrat Al Gore, but Bush won the majority of electoral votes cast by the states. In 2004, the close vote in Ohio — which Bush ultimately won — drew lawsuits because if it had swung Democratic, John Kerry would have been elected president even though he hadn’t won the popular vote.

Raleigh News and Observer

An important Item to remember is that the vote was partisan, Democrats For, Republicans Against.

Democrats for the usurpation of your Constitutional Rights, Republicans against the usurpation of your Constitutional Rights.

If we are not careful, this will result in the top 100 US. Cities deciding who will be President, and we all know how they vote…meaning no Republican Presidents again, ever! (And Certainly No Conservatives !!!)
Read the Wikipedia article on the national progress of the Illegal Interstate Compact..

Call your State Critters to lodge your protest, and begin planning questions to ask them about the vote when they run for re-election.

North Carolina General Assembly

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