A few months ago an Associated Press article on legislators accepting free meals from lobbyists appeared in various Washington State media. Soon after another article was released covering a concerned citizen’s complaint filed with the Legislative Ethics Board against five Republican State Senators. They were the top five Senate recipients of the meals. No s […]
Short of those living in a survivalist cave in Idaho, everyone is aware that the launch of ObamaCare has been less than sterling. The question is what to do about it? Set the scene, a nationally televised Obama news conference to announce the President’s solution. The TV broadcast opens with the cameras peering down a […]
What factors are considered in making a recommendation? 1. I know the candidate or have heard him or her speak in public 2. Opinion of knowledgeable friends 3. Endorsed by law enforcement 4. Endorsed by Republican groups or and/or individuals 5. Left wing endorsements 6. Record 7. Business or other non political or non judicial […]
Warren lives in Seattle, Washington and is married with two daughters now out of college and off mom and dad’s payroll. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School in 1962 and volunteered for the U. S. Navy. Trained in nuclear weapons, most of his naval service was on the USS Oriskany (CVA-34). Discharged a Lieutenant in 1966, Warren worked the next 34 years for The Boeing Company where he became the AWACS Programs Finance Manager.
In 1974, Warren was elected to the Washington State House of Representatives. He lost reelection in 1976 by 9 votes out of over 32,000 cast becoming the last Republican elected from Seattle’s 43rd Legislative District. He remains active in politics chairing the 2004 Bush-Cheney campaign in the 46th Legislative District.
I do occasionally read your stuff. Thank you for this service. Today’s Seattle Times has an interesting spredsheet that categorizes all of the 16 R and D presidential candidates philosophies on issues.
Today is my last official day at the PDC. If you are still interested in serving or know of anyone else you/they should contact the governor’s office.
A kindergarten teacher gave her class a ‘ show and tell’ assignment. Each student was instructed to bring in an object to share with the class that represented their religion. The first student got up in front of the class and said, ‘My name is Benjamin and I am Jewish and this is a Star of David.’ The second student got up in front of the class and said, ‘My name is Mary. I’m a Catholic and this is a Rosary.’ The third student got in up front of the class and said, ‘My name is Tommy. I am Presbyterian, and this is a casserole.’