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Host Kris Halterman interviews Glen Morgan about his recent post exposing the wrongful termination of an internal auditor and the fraud that was exposed at Western Washington University with Ghost classes and credits.

LIBERTY ALERTS:

The Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Schools has sent out notification that all school districts are to begin offering educational opportunity to their students through online and other creative actions.

It is a great concern to many that our children, our students, are taking a huge hit on their education and what the ramifications will be to them, our schools, and ensuring that these students are able and capable of moving on to the next grade level.

Today’s program features Elizabeth Hanson, ESSL teaching at Shoreline Community College and Gary McGill, representing the Whatcom County Homeschool Assoc. They will share their knowledge on how families can best manage and cope under these extraordinary circumstances.

Today’s Show:   

Is there a plan and will it work?

Special guest, State Senator Mark Schoesler (R), state senate minority leader, will discuss the Republican plan for reopening and how small businesses will be affected. Is there hope for the economic future of Whatcom County or Washington State?

LIBERTY ALERTS:

Two items of local interest:

The recently published article authored by, EJ Ledet, “The Best Defense is a Proactive Offense,’ What we can do to fortify our immune systems to mitigate/diminish CoV19 infection.

The recently published article authored by, Dean Gano (today’s guest), “Stay Home,” Order from the Governor.

What is happening with the shutdown of Intalco and Whatcom County? Exec. Satpal Sidhu and Jim McKinney will share what they know and what they think about these two, especially important issues.

LIBERTY ALERTS:

Gov. Inslee extended the “Stay Home Order” through May 31st. He spoke of a 4-phase opening with 3-weeks for each phase. That equates to 12 weeks or the end of August 2020 for a full opening – which, according to Inslee, will still require social distancing until there is a vaccine for CV19.

Today’s Show:   

Host Kris Halterman has invited Glen as her guest to talk about the numerous lawsuits that are piling-up against our beloved Inslee, the "Lock down King." Also, on the menu is a discussion about, Title 18, U.S.C., Section 242, "Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law." Is our Governor violating this federal law? Tune-in and call-in if you have questions or concerns about how far will Washingtonians allow the government to violate their civil rights?

LIBERTY ALERTS:

Common Threads NW and The Fourth Corner are co-sponsoring a candidate forum with the Republican candidates for Governor. The forum has been scheduled for June 18th, 2020 at the Port of Bellingham’s, Harbor Center Room. The forum will run from 7 – 9 pm and will be aired lived on KGMI, TVW, YouTube and other media platforms (to be announced later). Mark your calendars because this is an important race for our state. Gov. Inslee has proven that he does not value “all” small businesses equally. The thousands of business owners and their staff need someone that represents them in Olympia and values their contribution to our state and local economies.

COMMON CENTS:

Quotes from Benjamin Franklin:

Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one.

Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither.

Thomas Jefferson also said:

He who gives his freedom for safety gets none of them. Thomas Jefferson

He that is secure is not safe. Benjamin Franklin 

We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately. Benjamin Franklin

Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech. Benjamin Franklin

Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach out. Benjamin Franklin

Distrust and caution are the parents of security. Benjamin Franklin

Where liberty is, there is my country. Benjamin Franklin

mark harmsworthToday’s Show:   

Thank you to the show’s sponsor, Asset Advisors – contact Dick Donahue to talk about your long-term financial planning.

Host Kris Halterman will interview Mark Harmsworth, Washington Policy Center Director, Center for Small Business. How are small businesses doing? What is the real unemployment number for Washington State? Is Governor Inslee’s 4-Phase plan realistic? Will small businesses recover? Is Washington State at the tipping point or past the tipping point for our state’s fiscal solvency?

Guest Host Vince Buys will interview Perry Eskridge, General Affairs Atty, for the WC Realtors about the recent edict from the Department of Ecology on the first part of the show. Vince and Perry will talk about the Dept. of Ecology's move to side with the extremists and reduce the available water for domestic use from 3000 gallons per day to 500 gallons per day. These properties in rural Whatcom County often have small farms and growing operations on them, so it'll be an interesting interview to say the least. The second half of the program, Vince will speak to State Representative Luanne Van Werven, of the 42nd Dist. about recent issues happening in Washington State without the consent of the state legislature.

Guest Host Vince Buys will interview Whatcom County Councilmember Tyler Byrd on the Council's latest extension of the 4-year moratorium which prevents Cherry Point Industries from acquiring a permit to implement improvements to their capacity of production. The second half of the program, Vince will talk to Todd Myers, Director for Environmental Studies for the Washington Policy Center. Todd recently published a widely distributed article on Governor Lockdown's (non)scientific data which was used to extend his emergency orders to keep Washington State businesses shuttered.

Chaos, distrust, division, and frustration are sucking the life out of a nation united and creating national division.

Host Kris Haltermandiscusses this issue and more with retired Lt. Col. Jim McKinney. Is the United States really divided? Or is this a media and politically driven perception?

TODAY'S SHOW:  

Thank you to the show’s sponsor, Asset Advisors – contact Dick Donahue to talk about your long-term financial planning.

We Aint' Got NO Plan! Chaos, distrust, division, frustration, and economic destruction are sucking the life out of a nation united and creating national division. Host Kris Halterman discusses this issue and more with Lorraine Newman and Mike Davis. Is the United States really divided? Is the U.S. broke? Or is this a media and politically driven perception? How should the Governor and the Legislature be handling the reopening of our state, balance the budget, and meet the needs of our state.

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