Candidate for State Representative District 26 Position #1, Washington
August 5, 2014 Washington Non-Partisan State Primary
Age: 60
Party: Washington State Republican Party
Phone: (360) 769-8531
Address: 1515 Lidstrom Pl
Port Orchard WA 98366
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General: (political statement of goals, objectives, views, philosophies)
I understand the definition of “servant”, the definition of “public”, the meaning of “governments’ just powers”. And I understand the meaning of “to protect and maintain individual rights.” I also know people are increasingly angry with our currently employed “public servants” who have no idea their sole purpose is “to protect and maintain individual rights.” And I have learned that as you peel back the layers of our corrupt government, at the core of the rotten onion you find lawyers. I believe very strongly that once the “legal profession” is “regulated” by citizens and not by other lawyers, the ‘government enterprise’ will begin to heal itself – RAPIDLY!I also believe that lawyers should not be allowed to run for legislative office. All lawyers belong to a state agency, the WA State Bar, and are regulated by the WA Supreme Court. To allow lawyers to also serve in the WA State Legislature presents a “separation of powers” issue and needs to be resolved by expelling lawyers from the legislature.

The legal profession ranks so low with people when asked about “honest/ethics in professions” to allow them to also infiltrate our legislative branch is simply foolhardy. See Gallup Poll
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Personal: (gender, age, marital status, spouse’s name and age, children’s name and ages, home town, current residence)
Married 31 years to Mary. No children but many pets.
Education: (times and places of schools, colleges, major, degrees, activities, sports)
BS Chemistry, 1979, DeSales University
Profession: (profession and work experience outside politics)
Laboratory Director
The Bionetics Corp.
Privately Held; 501-1000 employees; Environmental Services industry
1991 – 1991 (less than a year) Hampton, VAInterim lab director … responsible for a staff of 40 professionals engaged in all aspects of environmental science — from on-site sampling to complex matrix studies.
On-site manager
The Bionetics Corp.
Privately Held; 501-1000 employees; Environmental Services industry
1990 – 1991 (1 year) USEPA Manchester, WA

Managing a staff of 35 professionals contractually engaged with the EPA’s environmental laboratory functions.
Supervisor, Laboratory
Science and Technology Corporation
1979 – 1990 (11 years) US Army, Tooele, UT

Support environmental studies linked to the US Army’s Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal effort (Nerve Gas) at three storage facilities — Pueblo, Tooele, and Umatilla

Military: (branch, years of service, active duty experience, highest rank, medals, honors, discharge date and type)
no response
Civic: (past and present organizations, charities involvement)
Chief activist
http://www.corruptwa.com
January 2013 – Present (1 year 6 months) WA StateEffort to address judicial/attorney misconduct through legislation. The purpose is to establish lay-person oversight of the legal profession. Ideas center on the “Grand Jury” concept, where grievances, filed by anyone against a lawyer or judge, will be presented to a Grand Jury. This will, hopefully, replace the present system in which lawyers decide for themselves what their conduct should be — a system of ‘moral inbreeding’ that is as dangerous as biological inbreeding. “Ref: The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory”
Constitutional Activist
http://www.fixthewsba.org
April 2012 – Present (2 years 3 months) WA

Effort to address judicial/attorney misconduct through legislation. The purpose is to establish lay-person oversight of the legal profession. Ideas center on the “Grand Jury” concept, where grievances, filed by anyone against a lawyer or judge, will be presented to a Grand Jury. This will, hopefully, replace the present system in which lawyers decide for themselves what their conduct should be — a system of ‘moral inbreeding’ that is as dangerous as biological inbreeding. “Ref: The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory”
By Richard A. Posner

Political: (dates and titles of previously held political offices)
Chief activist
http://www.corruptwa.com
January 2013 – Present (1 year 6 months) WA StateEffort to address judicial/attorney misconduct through legislation. The purpose is to establish lay-person oversight of the legal profession. Ideas center on the “Grand Jury” concept, where grievances, filed by anyone against a lawyer or judge, will be presented to a Grand Jury. This will, hopefully, replace the present system in which lawyers decide for themselves what their conduct should be — a system of ‘moral inbreeding’ that is as dangerous as biological inbreeding. “Ref: The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory”
Constitutional Activist
http://www.fixthewsba.org
April 2012 – Present (2 years 3 months) WA

Effort to address judicial/attorney misconduct through legislation. The purpose is to establish lay-person oversight of the legal profession. Ideas center on the “Grand Jury” concept, where grievances, filed by anyone against a lawyer or judge, will be presented to a Grand Jury. This will, hopefully, replace the present system in which lawyers decide for themselves what their conduct should be — a system of ‘moral inbreeding’ that is as dangerous as biological inbreeding. “Ref: The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory”
By Richard A. Posner

Religion: (current and past religious affiliations, beliefs)
no response
Accomplishments: (significant accomplishments, awards, achievements)
no response

 

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