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Monday, September 26, 2011

Sherwood’s off to a real bad start

Elmer Whittaker 09/26/2011

Commentary in reply to the article in the AZ Independent: http://www.azinews.com/2011/09/26/sherwood-to-run-for-new-district-4-seat  

While Rick Sherwood serving as Commissioner on the Mohave County Planning and Zoning Board might have increased his appetite for local politics it obviously also increased his appetite for power.

Deputy Davis back on duty

WTPOMC 09/26/2011

Undisclosed sources have reported that Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Davis (25) has returned to duty. Deputy Davis has been involved in two separate controversial shootings within 24 hours in which a dog was injured and one suspect was killed after being shot 5 times by Deputy Davis. 

Friday, September 23, 2011

Sherwood’s un-electability

Elmer Whittaker  09/22/2011

Personally I don’t have much knowledge’s how Rick Sherwood (R) serves the citizens of Mohave County as Commissioner on the Planning & Zoning Board, but the prior unanimous comments speak pretty much for themselves.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Desperate times are heading toward Mohave County

Elmer Whittaker 09/21/2011
This is a response to Butch (Greag) Meriwether’s Blog in the Kingman Daily Miner “Exciting times are heading toward Mohave County”: http://kdminer.com/main.asp?SectionID=109&SubSectionID=718&ArticleID=46752&TM=57127.66  


It is nice to see things in a positive light and with rose collared glasses at times, but when this practice is overdone it easily turns into ignoring reality and sticking one’s head into the desert sand. Not all is well in Mohave County. In fact, for those who chose to look and see, very little is well in our county.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

MCSO Cover-Up in fatal shooting?

Elmer Whittaker 09/18/2011

The shooting dead of 30 year old Kingman resident William Bonnee by Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Davis (25) a 3 year Deputy of MCSO and former Correction Officer in the Mohave County Jail might be more than just an incident of excessive self-defense on Deputy Davis’ part. 

Angius' problems with the Constitution

Elmer Whittaker 09/17/2011

Just recently  Hildy Angius (R) a declared candidate for the seat of Mohave County Board of Supervisors from Bullhead City, AZ let her opinion for Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul free reign.

Buster’s Apprentice

Elmer Whittaker 09/17/2011

Since Sue Donahue’s well taken announcement to run for the open Mohave County Board of Supervisors Seat in 2012, on Monday at the Lake Havasu Republican Women’s luncheon her candidacy already met its first serious controversy.

Mohave County Residents Are Country Pumpkins

WTPOMC NV Correspondent – 09/17/2011

The Clark Co. Supervisors and the Chinese Gov. that are proposing the Laughlin solar facility must consider those of us residing in the tri-state area to be country pumpkins.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Brewer selling AZ out to China

WTPOMC 09/16/2011
Golden Valley activist Luca Zanna has just confirmed with the Governor’s Office that Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is currently in China allegedly selling Arizona out to the communists.

Luca Zanna asks all to call Jan Brewer’s Office at (602) 542-4331 and speak out your mind.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Search Warrants, Dogs and Deaths

Elmer Whittaker  09/13/2011
It has long become standard procedure for Law Enforcement in particular SWAT Teams to shoot and kill the family dog when conducting a Search Warrant. If you look around even in the mass media you can find so many cases were innocent dogs are shot down like vermin, not even to mention the alternative media. Alone on YouTube are more than a half a million police brutality videos posted, growing on a daily basis.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Not a viable candidate

Elmer Whittaker 09/01/2011

I must have missed Sharon Holmes (R) official announcement as candidates for Mohave County Supervisor in 2012, but the article in the Kingman Daily Miner from Tuesday, August 30, 2011 clearly stated such: