Lucas Yonkman, US Army Vet and business owner in Oak Harbor, Washington, made headlines in January when he spoke up at a town council meeting concerning Second Amendment rights being infringed by city ordinances.
As written in Island Politics (Oak Harbor is located on Whidbey Island, due North of Seattle):
Lucas Yonkman, a lifelong Oak Harbor resident, disabled veteran, and local businessman has announced his candidacy for Position 4 on the Oak Harbor City Council. Yonkman, in announcing his candidacy, has also announced the platform on which he is running and his reasons for doing so: “I want to bring the voice of Oak Harbor’s citizens back to the city council, to take a good look at our expenses and find ways to make it more affordable to live in our great city, and above all to ensure transparency, honesty, and accountability in our City Government”.
“Public officeholders must remember who elected them and what they were put into office to accomplish. Our elected officials should constantly seek out the input of The People on matters affecting their city because the voice of the people is the most important part of our great republic. I feel that voice has been lost in Oak Harbor, please join me in bringing it back!”
Our mutual friend, Pete Lago, created this video for Lucas, an American hero who fought for The Constitution down range, and now fights against potential domestic enemies in his small town of Oak Harbor.
Please share this video of one of America’s humble heroes who’s ready to stand and be counted.
*The campaign is accepting donations at:
PO BOX 2553
Oak Harbor, WA. 98277.
Checks must be made out to Citizens to Elect Lucas Yonkman. All donations should include the full name, address, and occupation of the individual making a donation. A campaign website will be up in the near future with a paypal account set up for donations.
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Kevin Jackson's hilarious take on Race-Pimping: The Multi-Trillion Dollar Business of Liberalism!
Enjoy this excerpt from the book:
"Meanwhile, you are firmly in control. If (actually, when) you experience problems with poverty, crime, gangs, lack of urban development in cities where you have a black mayor, a black congressman, a black city manager, a black superintendent of schools, a black county treasurer, a black chief of police, a black fire chief, blacks on the county Board of Supervisors, blacks on the school board, etc., find ONE white man, preferably a Republican to blame for all those problems. If one doesn’t exist, don’t be afraid to refurbish one, even if you have to blame Republican Presidents George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Herbert Hoover, or T.R. Roosevelt."