TOO LATE TO APOLOGIZE: A DECLARATION (video)

“On this day, 227 years ago, 39 courageous men signed the Constitution and forever changed the course of history.” — Lee Skabelund, Leg 18 Chair Not one of my children came home from school today overflowing with excitement asking me to guess what they learned in school today. When I asked, none of them knew…

Liberty Isn’t Easy: Delegates, Here’s your Call-To-Action

Here’s my obligatory, post-election political post – but it’s not what you might think.   In Utah, we have something called the Caucus and Convention System. That system provides us with “Neighborhood Representatives”, people who watch the topics that are important to our community, and ACTIVELY COMMUNICATE with our elected officials.   These people are…

SB54 Causing Problems (and Silencing Voices) in Races across Utah

State Rep. Rich Cunningham voted against SB54 two years ago, indicating that he “disliked” the legislation which would allow candidates to “get around” the traditional Caucus and Convention system by collecting voter signatures. But that didn’t stop him from doing it anyway. Then he lost at Convention. His competitor, State Sen. Lincoln Fillmore, by winning…

3rd Time’s the Charm? Super Dell Runs for Governor – Again

“Super” Dell Schanze isn’t done trying to become the Commander In Chief – of Utah at least: SUPERDELL is running for Governor – again. On Monday, March 14th 2016, Schanze filed a declaration of candidacy, declaring his party affiliation as “Independant (sic) American”, throwing his hat in the ring to become the next governor of…

WHAT’S WRONG WITH SB54 AND ‘COUNT MY VOTE’?

Many of you have asked about the specific objections the Party has to SB 54 (the Utah Legislature/”Count My Vote” compromise). Please see eight major objections below – (for the sake of brevity, preserving our Constitutional Rights is a given): The SB 54 “compromise” allows candidates who are not Republicans to run on the ballot as…