Author Archives: Pat Tarzwell


The Yutes and The Lexington Green

by Pat Tarzwell   4/19/18
We had an event here a few nights ago that I thought would be interesting.  The event was titled Shelton Innovators Spring Picnic.  This was put on by a local high school and I thought as an inventor, I would like to meet some of these kids and see just what innovative things they were up to. More » • (101 views)

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Justice

by Pat Tarzwell   11/29/17
The firing of Matt Lauer, from whatever network he spread his lies from, has caused many people to cry that this is America, is this the type of justice we want here?  Is this a country to be proud of?  Where you can be fired just because someone makes an accusation? More » • (468 views)

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The Vine and the Branches

by Pat Tarzwell   11/26/17
John 15 (NIV), “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunes[a] so that it will be even more fruitful.” More » • (215 views)

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The Defense of Ft. McHenry

by Pat Tarzwell   11/22/17
In this season, it is a good time to reflect on the things we have to be thankful for.  I am so thankful for God’s grace and love that I cannot express it in words alone.  But there is so much more More » • (325 views)

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The Phone Call

by Pat Tarzwell   6/9/17
I was sitting at my computer the other day, just trying to do a little work when I got the call.  It was one of those rare events where no-one else was available to answer the phone, so I picked it up and had no idea just how much fun I was about to have. More » • (468 views)

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Les Deplorables

by Pat Tarzwell   3/7/17
There was a rally this week end called “The Spirit of America Rally”.  As it turns out, it was a Trump rally but I was there with 400 to 500 Washington deplorables.  I was really interested in going because I was told there would be lots of protesters; always liking to have the opportunity to talk with some of them, I went. More » • (1150 views)

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Springtime for the Leftist in Olympia

by Pat Tarzwell2/7/17

No, it’s not what you think; the groundhog did see his shadow after all.  I went down to Olympia yesterday, (02-06-17), to testify on forced union membership here in Washington, well as it turns out, I signed into the wrong bill number but it did not matter. More » • (699 views)

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One Half Hour in the Loony Bin

by Pat Tarzwell   2/3/17
This week end my wife and I attended a Republican conference here in Washington State, (I know, Republicans in The People’s Republic of Washington, who knew?).  Well, all was going the way these things normally go, some leftwing Republicans More » • (1289 views)

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A new way to spell tyranny: TYRNC.

BananaRepublicTrumpby Pat Tarzwell5/27/16
Editor’s note: This is stream-of-consciousness writing by Mr. Tarzwell, fresh from a red-eye flight as a delegate to the Republican National Convention. I don’t have time to clean up the spelling nor do I want to. This gives you a glimpse of a man tired, abused, and beaten by scoundrels, but still trudging on (we hope). More » • (2039 views)

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Advice to a GOP Delegate

by Pat Tarzwell7/12/16

I have a request of the fine writer here at ST. I know that there are those on both sides of the issue — to Trump or not to Trump. More » • (1498 views)

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Pragmatically Misguided

pragmatic2by Pat Tarzwell5/27/16
Sorry, I just had to respond to this so-called minister, Mychal Massie, who wrote the article, Trump Is Not Conservative, He’s a Pragmatist. There’s nothing unique in this article at all; this is just more Trump Apologetics. More » • (1764 views)

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Sticks and Stones

SticksStonesby Pat Tarzwell   2/25/16
I heard something recently that explains much about the state of this country and, in some ways, the world. I will start with a simple question that I know every single reader on this site can answer with little thought. Fill in this phrase: “Sticks and Stones may break my bones but words will _______________?” More » • (5682 views)

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