The Stronger, Assertive Posture Has Been Egged On By the “Usual Suspects”

I was content to be just slightly less placid than the run-of-the-mill politician, but the Friends pretty much wanted me to be a lot more assertive in taking on the Ferrell Machine, so I relented. Throughout my life, I’ve had a reputation for being kind of a nice guy, but the Leo Durocher argument eventually […]

Roegner & Ferrell: Useful Dunces For the Radical Left In Trying to Destroy America

Even as I had already decided on a topic for today’s post, in the background, on TV, I’m listening to a clown who happens to also be the mayor of Kansas City, Missouri, named Quinton Lucas. Lucas cut his police department budget by 20%. Then the host of the program, Chris Wallace, asked him about […]

Elections Should Start Verifying Registrations Better, More or Maybe At All

This is going to be kind of a short post, for now (because I’m busy), but I have real doubts as to whether the King County Department of Elections is verifying the citizenship status of those filing voting registrations, now, or who have filed registrations in the past. Foreigners are not allowed to vote in […]

Alternatives to the Left’s Political School Indoctrination

Radical leftists in the Washington Legislature, enabled by fellow leftist Governor Jay Inslee, are institutionalizing so-called critical race theory (CRT) in Washington schools. CRT is bizarre, to put it mildly, a big lie, and divisive. It should be banned in schools, not institutionalized, but that’s going to be a long political battle, and so far, […]

Police Union May Want To Reconsider Their Endorsement For Mayor

As much as a sub-standard journalist that Bob Roegner is, even a stopped clock is right twice a day, so Roegner may be on to something when he implied in his last article (and possibly cryptically in a previous one) that Jim Ferrell is suddenly deferring to liberals and leftists when it comes to their […]

So-called Journalist Roegner’s Bias Makes My Day

This post will be kind of short, because what sparked it came earlier in the day than I expected. However, do not expect good coverage of my campaign by “EmpIre” (please read Gore Vidal’s historical novel someday) & their so-called journalist Bob Roegner. They are all hard-core in Ferrell’s camp, and if you want to […]

Federal Way 4th of July Festival Canceled

The Ferrell Machine, which runs Federal Way City Hall, canceled the annual 4th of July Festival. Last year (pretty much the beginning of the covid pandemic, though technically in 2019), the cancellation was understandable, but this year, a mayoral election year, the decision looks political. Even the governor, Jay Inslee, announced that things need to […]

Maddening Senate Okays Human-Animal Hybrids

First, our country’s 1973 era Supreme Court legitimized abortion on demand, virtually regardless of the circumstances. Frankly, I was surprised when I learned, fairly recently, that the particular Court in that case was majority Republican-appointed (Republican politicians, in general, are not blameless for the large-scale abortion-on-demand legality and continuation, a lot of whom like to […]

F.W. Should Ban Tinkering With Embryos

A certain, so-called scientific outfit wants to extend the time limit on research on human embryos. Here’s my answer to them…NO RESEARCH PERIOD. The Republican majority Congress and the Republican President of 2017 – 2019 should have banned any research on embryos (and Congresses before that one should have as well); so now, the Democratic […]

Wanted: Cheerleaders At Ringside

We’re trying to fill out the “Friends of Mark” ranks throughout this month of June, 2021…and beyond…and we need to be particularly local for this election season (in other words, Seattle-Federal Way-Tacoma area), but All-America is welcome to apply, regardless. “Friends of Mark” are the elite volunteers for the campaign, and you can read about […]

“Empire” is Trying to Put Ferrell in a Good Light and Me in a Bad One

I wrote about “Empire” in one of the earlier posts, so as you know, they started off the active election season, after the May 21st candidate filing deadline, by calling me “perennial,” which is trying to be subtly insulting, at least, and by inference (wink, wink), you don’t need to take this election seriously. Now, […]