Norm’s replacement Derek Kilmer. WA 6th Cong. Dist.
February 8, 2013 space
I just got done with a big tour of our region where I was able to meet with a lot of our neighbors – small business owners, educators, men and women who keep our nation safe, and many others.
My focus this week was on getting folks back to work. We held three…[Read more]
Norm is retired now and Derek Kilmer was elected in this position. Here is an answer fro Derick to a letter I sent to him about gun control.
Thank for you for contacting me about the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School and potential legislative responses to it. I appreciate you taking the time to write and share your thoughts…[Read more]
Dear Mr. Killion:
Thank you for contacting me to express your opinion on pending legislative matters. As always, I appreciate hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to respond.
As you likely know, after 36 years serving as the Congressman from the Sixth District of Washington State, I have decided to begin a new chapter in my life as I…[Read more]
Dear Mr. Killion:
Thank you for contacting me to comment about H.R. 3803, legislation to ban abortions in the District of Columbia. I appreciate your interest in this bill.
As proposed by Congressman Trent Franks, H.R. 3803 would prohibit abortions in the District of Columbia beginning in the second trimester of a pregnancy. No exception is…[Read more]
Government moving to seize more land.
By Larry Killion TPP Citizen Journalist
Norm Dicks (Wa. D) and Patty Murray (Wa. D) toured a Shelton Shell Fish Facility with several County officials last month promoting their latest draft of Wild Olympics Wilderness & Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 2012. It would designate more than 126,500 acres of new…[Read more]
He did it because he cares.
3-3-12 By Larry Killion TPP Citizen Journalist.
There has been a rash of articles lately about possible favoritism by Washington D.C. lawmakers for earmarking millions of dollars for agencies run by family members. One man that has drawn fire is Norm Dicks, 71, (WA. D.) Journalists and the Dicks family have parried…[Read more]
Norm didn’t fair so well on his NumbersUSA report card… https://www.numbersusa.com/content/?q=my/congress/854/reportcard/THISCONGRESS
Response from Norm on Solyndra:
Thank you for contacting me to express your concerns regarding the recent bankruptcy of the solar power company Solyndra.
In 2009, Solyndra received a $535 million loan guarantee through the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Section 1705 Loan Guarantee program. In late August, the company announced its…[Read more]
Kitsap Sun says Dicks is part of the problem.
Larry Killion, TPP Citizen Journalist. 12-19-11.
An article by Rob Woutat takes issue with “Congressional Careerism.” Norm Dicks, 70, (D-WA.) was first elected in 1976. Fourteen others have been in Congress anywhere from 36 to 56 years. Men, that did not see Congress as a career, wrote the…[Read more]
Congressman Dicks responds to a question about the arrest and indefinite detaining of US citizens with out due process according to the constitution.
Thank you for contacting me with your comments concerning the detainee provisions within the Fiscal Year 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). I appreciate your comments on this important…[Read more]
Dicks Warned by GAO
11-10-11, Larry Killion, Tea Party Patriot citizen journalist.
A Government Accountability Office report has questioned aspects of an Air Force and National Reconnaissance Office plan to buy eight booster cores a year from 2013 to 2017. That will cost about fifteen billion dollars. The booster core is the main component of a…[Read more]
Dicks Thrilled about Tentative Agreement
Congressman Norm Dicks (D- Bremerton) said that although the NLRB case has become a hot political issue, with Republican candidates in the presidential campaign taking Boeing’s side against the federal agency, he sees no political obstacle to a settlement because Boeing’s 787 work in North Charleston,…[Read more]
Dicks Supporters Disrupted by Protesters
November 9, 2011, Larry Killion Tea Party Patriots Citizen Journalist
Occupy Tacoma staged a demonstration at a 5 STAR hotel in downtown Tacoma where congressman Norm Dicks, 70, (D. WA) was hosting a $100 a plate fundraiser dinner for his legions of followers. The police responded to the protestors…[Read more]
Dicks crony connected to Solyndra
10-18-11, Larry Killion, Tea Party Patriots Citizen Journalist.
Solyndra, the bankrupt California solar company at the center of a growing political scandal, was a stimulus success story according to the Obama administration but they shut down Aug. 31, despite having received a $535 million loan guarantee in…[Read more]
Dicks and Senators finally met with Blaine Sector Border Patrol
10-15-11, Larry Killion, Tea Party Patriots Citizen Journalist.
It was a two-hour closed door meeting among Blaine Sector Chief Jon Bates and staff members from U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, 2nd District U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen and 6th Congressional District…[Read more]
Dicks gets kudos from the local media but is testy about redistricting plans.
10-17-11, Larry Killion Tea Party Patriot Citizen Journalist.
U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks, 70, (WA-D) has criticized a Republican-drawn redistricting map that would slice Tacoma off his district. Tom Huff, a Republican, wants to put Olympia, Lacey and Bainbridge Island into…[Read more]
Dicks pressing WA Border Patrol for meeting
8-29-2011, Larry Killion, Tea Party Patriots Citizen Journalist.
U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks is still trying to arrange a meeting by Wednesday with the U.S. Border Patrol Blaine Sector Chief John Bates. Dicks’ spokesman George Behan said that Cantwell and Murray staffers have agreed to participate. He has…[Read more]
Politicians Talk about Border Patrol Problems
9/13/2011, Larry Killion. Tea Party Patriot Citizen Journalist.
According to articles in the Bellingham Herald, Seattle Times, and Tacoma Tribune, we have a problem. It is an over inflated government bureaucracy that is wasting tax payer money in the name of National Security. Staff from the offices…[Read more]
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