ALERT We live in a Republic not a Democr

We live in a Republic not a Democracy. Get it right media, SPLC, and BBC.”THE BALLOTS NOT BULLETS COALITION is a group of organizations that are concerned by the increasing use of violence—and threats of violence—to affect public policy in the United States [direct quote from their “About Page”]. I agree. Today I call on the “Bullets not Ballots” Coalition and the Southern Poverty Law Center to immediately and publicly denounce the use of sniper rifles by the United States Government against innocent women and children at the Bundy Ranch and the recent peaceful protest here in Spokane, Washington, and the threats of use of force against the mine owners in Galice, Oregon. Armed Bureaucrats attempting to steal property, acting illegally (as the BLM and Forest Service did in Nevada as detailed by Judge Robert C. Jones in ruling in U.S. v. Hage), and threatening women and children is nothing less than BUREAUCRATIC TERRORISM. It has been CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN that government agencies have done this. Share your stories below. I also call on the SPLC to apologize for its part in instigating the hate that resulted in a terrorist attack against the Family Research Council in 2012.

In Freedom,

Matt Shea

By Rep. Matt Shea

Tonight on Patriot Radio I will be inter

Tonight on Patriot Radio I will be interviewing the reporter who broke this story and asking him what he thinks of the unrepentant response from the Sheriff. 4-5 p.m. on 106.5 FM or your local ACN Network. Tomorrow Rick Rydell Kxly will be leading his show off with this story as well.
There is no context where this statement is O.K. A protest is planned for Saturday at 2:00 in Spokane Valley, Washington.

By Rep. Matt Shea

The next step toward gun control? The WA

The next step toward gun control? The WA State Dept. of Health was just selected by the CDC to participate in this.

Here’s the full email…
From: Studebaker, Sarah (DOH) [mailto:Sarah.Studebaker@DOH.WA.GOV] On Behalf Of Saxe, Steven (DOH)
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2014 1:45 PM
To: Saxe, Steven (DOH)
Subject: National Violent Death Reporting System

I am pleased to inform you that the Washington State Department of Health has been selected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for participation in the National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS). NVDRS will provide a clearer understanding of the circumstances surrounding violent deaths in Washington State. This data will help guide local decisions about violence prevention efforts and will help track progress over time. More information about NVDRS can be found on CDC’s website:

I’d like to thank those of you who assisted with this application, our success both with the application and the grant work was and will be truly dependent on you as our partners.

The grant funding will begin on September 1st. Our first step will be to acquire staff to assist with this work. In late fall, DOH will begin pulling together a steering committee to assist us with this work. Data collection will begin in 2015 in a sub-set of counties. Over the next few years more and more counties will be included.

Thank you again for your support, and if needed we will be in touch regarding your participation in this project with us over the next couple of months.

Steven Saxe, FACHE
Director, Office of Community Health Systems
Washington State Department of Health
PO Box 47853
Olympia, WA 98504-8753
Phone: (360) 236-2801

Working to protect and improve the health of people in Washington State.

By Rep. Matt Shea