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​ATTENTION:

Referendum 88: Put I-1000 on the Ballot so Voters Can Decide on Affirmative Action   (See more information below.)

​Here is a portion of The Symposium at the Wall July 27, 2019

Mark Levin interviews Sally Pipes about single payer and other health related insurance topics.  

Kudlow and Socialism

History of The Grand New Party

The Inconvenient Truth About the Republican Party by Carol Swain

Build the Wall by Charles Krauthammer - Build the Wall  


Two Petitions That Need Your Attention

Please consider printing off these petitions and either get signatures yourself or ask small business owners to place them in their place of business. Time is of the essence.

I-1648  Term Limits on New Taxes: (needs signatures by July 5)

This requires all the Democrats new taxes to expire as soon as the initiative becomes law (we vote on Nov 5 and the initiative takes effect on Dec 5). All future tax hikes expire after one year. This only applies to tax hikes imposed by the Legislature (voter-approved tax increases are exempt). If politicians want a tax hike to last longer, THEY HAVE TO ASK THE VOTERS' PERMISSION at the ballot box.  

The Democrats passed 11 massive tax hikes this session:

* New payroll taxes (HB 1087): $8,036,110,541
* New property sales taxes (REET - SB 5998): $1,747,300,000
* New fuel taxes (MTCA - SB 5993): $2,760,000,000
* New taxes on bank customers (SB 6016): $367,900,000
* New taxes on bank customers (HB 2167): $1,035,700,000
* New taxes on border business customers (SB 5997): $311,759,000
* New taxes on travel agent customers (SB 6004): $30,100,000
* New taxes on vaping customers (HB 1873): $207,135,000
* New taxes on online buyers (SB 5581): $1,039,261,000
* New taxes on service business customers (SB 2158): $3,097,600,000
* New property taxes (SB 5313): $8,661,000,000

Grand total: $27,293,865,541
(State budget office: https://tinyurl.com/ofm-wa-gov-tax-increase-costs)

That's right: Over $27 billion!!!

John Carlson of KVI radio endorses this petition and reminds us that in 2005, he and Kirby Wilbur qualified the "NO NEW GAS TAX INITIATIVE" in just 32 days! It was an amazing grassroots effort and it got most of the signatures because John said that small businesses all across Washington agreed to put initiative petitions on their counters for customers to sign.

Are you one of them? Will you help us find small businesses in your area who will help? 

Download Petition HERE

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Referendum 88: Put I-1000 on the Ballot so Voters Can Decide on Affirmative Action: (needs signatures by July 27)

Initiative 1000 seeks to repeal Washington Civil Rights Act (I-200) and was enacted by the Legislature on the last day of the session in order to deny a public vote on the matter. Referendum Measure 88 has been filed to put that choice where it really belongs – in the hands of the people. Referendum Measure 88 has the exact same language of I-1000. By qualifying Referendum Measure 88 for the November ballot, we are putting I-1000 in the form of Referendum Measure 88 on the ballot, and let people vote on I-1000 (again, in the form of Referendum 88) in November.

I-1000 can be summed up in one sentence: It would abolish the standard of equality for all, regardless of race, as required by I-200, and replace it with a system that uses different rules for people of different races.

Read More & sign petition  HERE  and  HERE