Commentary by KIRO’s Dori Monson: “Say what you will about Eyman, but he’s no quitter.” Read his commentary and listen to his interview of me here.

Sat, Nov 6th, 2021

Listen to his interview here (click on image) — it aired on Friday:

If that doesn’t work, click on this link: https://omny.fm/shows/the-dori-monson-show/eyman-on-his-missing-payments-says-hes-running-out

Here is Dori’s commentary posted at MyNorthwest.com

Say what you will about anti-tax initiative activist Tim Eyman, but he’s no quitter.

Eyman joined Friday’s Dori Monson Show to talk about the latest news that he has defaulted on two months’ worth of court-ordered $10,000 payments. It’s part of the $5.4 million he owes to Washington state for his loss in a four-year lawsuit by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson for violations related to campaign finance laws.

Eyman – who filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy almost three years ago – was expected to make monthly payments or face default. In his case, the bankruptcy plan dictates that his entire debt is due immediately if he fails to pay and begins accruing 12 percent interest annually. Ferguson’s office reported that September and October payments were missed, so he’s calling in a court trustee to sell the Mukilteo house his soon-to-be ex-wife and children live in, to pay the state’s bill.

As Eyman sees it, the choice was to pay his attorney, Richard Sanders, while fighting on appeals – or pay the government. Eyman told Dori he prefers to pay his attorney, to whom he says he still owes more than $300,000.

The government can’t take anything more from him, Eyman says. “In construction, they call it getting stripped down the studs. There’s nothing else they can do to me. Now they’re going after a house I don’t even live in anymore. . . Now it’s all vindictive.”

Meanwhile, he is working with others on promoting Washington state Initiative 1408 – an effort to combat a proposed state income tax. If the state Legislature doesn’t address the matter in early 2022, his team hopes it will go before voters on a ballot.

So how does he get through this latest personal financial challenge?

“I have to step back and realize my family, my friends, my faith, my health – these are the most important things you have in your life,” says Eyman. “There are a whole lot of people who have it tougher than me. I’ve been financially destroyed but this thing hasn’t broken me.”

Why not? Dori asks.

“I am absolutely 1000% committed to continuing to do this. And I think it’s a combination of pure masochism but also a certain amount of white trash Irish stubbornness,” said Eyman. “I’m not going to let Bob Ferguson get away with this with me, because I just know if he gets away with me then he will target somebody else – simply because they choose to put forth a different point of view. . . It only lights my fire to go even harder at them.”

You can contribute to Eyman’s defense fund here: TimDefense.com

— END —

We’re moving full steam ahead on Jim Walsh’s anti-income-tax initiative (I-1408) here and 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.

Right now, I’m only urging you — while I’m fighting to help our state and our nation with my initiative efforts — to help me fight back against Fascist Fergie by donating to my legal defense fund.

I’m very grateful for all the prayers and support of thousands of you who helped me and my family survive this blatant abuse of power by the AG.

Please donate TODAY so I can pay Richard Sanders to appeal these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment:

Mail your check to: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online: TimDefense.com

Don’t let the guy who robbed us of our $30 tabs get away with this:

As you know, we worked really hard on Initiative 976:

Karen and I sacrificed a lot — we sold off our retirement fund to kick-start its signature drive:

And now, a message from Sid Maietto and Larry Jensen:

We’re asking folks to donate to our PAC so we can stop all current and future income-based taxes with Jim Walsh’s Initiative 1408: 

The taxpayers of Washington need our help now more than ever. Donate to our political committee so we can keep fighting for you:

Mail your check — made payable to “Permanent Offense (I-1408)” — to: Permanent Offense (I-1408), PO Box 6151, Olympia, WA, 98507
Or donate online: PermanentOffense.com

Kindest Regards, 

Sid Maietto & Larry Jensen

— END —

Thanks everyone.

We love you all.

Larry, Tim, & Sid

Sat, Nov 6th, 2021

Listen to his interview here (click on image) — it aired on Friday:

If that doesn’t work, click on this link: https://omny.fm/shows/the-dori-monson-show/eyman-on-his-missing-payments-says-hes-running-out

Here is Dori’s commentary posted at MyNorthwest.com

Say what you will about anti-tax initiative activist Tim Eyman, but he’s no quitter.

Eyman joined Friday’s Dori Monson Show to talk about the latest news that he has defaulted on two months’ worth of court-ordered $10,000 payments. It’s part of the $5.4 million he owes to Washington state for his loss in a four-year lawsuit by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson for violations related to campaign finance laws.

Eyman – who filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy almost three years ago – was expected to make monthly payments or face default. In his case, the bankruptcy plan dictates that his entire debt is due immediately if he fails to pay and begins accruing 12 percent interest annually. Ferguson’s office reported that September and October payments were missed, so he’s calling in a court trustee to sell the Mukilteo house his soon-to-be ex-wife and children live in, to pay the state’s bill.

As Eyman sees it, the choice was to pay his attorney, Richard Sanders, while fighting on appeals – or pay the government. Eyman told Dori he prefers to pay his attorney, to whom he says he still owes more than $300,000.

The government can’t take anything more from him, Eyman says. “In construction, they call it getting stripped down the studs. There’s nothing else they can do to me. Now they’re going after a house I don’t even live in anymore. . . Now it’s all vindictive.”

Meanwhile, he is working with others on promoting Washington state Initiative 1408 – an effort to combat a proposed state income tax. If the state Legislature doesn’t address the matter in early 2022, his team hopes it will go before voters on a ballot.

So how does he get through this latest personal financial challenge?

“I have to step back and realize my family, my friends, my faith, my health – these are the most important things you have in your life,” says Eyman. “There are a whole lot of people who have it tougher than me. I’ve been financially destroyed but this thing hasn’t broken me.”

Why not? Dori asks.

“I am absolutely 1000% committed to continuing to do this. And I think it’s a combination of pure masochism but also a certain amount of white trash Irish stubbornness,” said Eyman. “I’m not going to let Bob Ferguson get away with this with me, because I just know if he gets away with me then he will target somebody else – simply because they choose to put forth a different point of view. . . It only lights my fire to go even harder at them.”

You can contribute to Eyman’s defense fund here: TimDefense.com

— END —

We’re moving full steam ahead on Jim Walsh’s anti-income-tax initiative (I-1408) here and 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.

Right now, I’m only urging you — while I’m fighting to help our state and our nation with my initiative efforts — to help me fight back against Fascist Fergie by donating to my legal defense fund.

I’m very grateful for all the prayers and support of thousands of you who helped me and my family survive this blatant abuse of power by the AG.

Please donate TODAY so I can pay Richard Sanders to appeal these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment:

Mail your check to: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online: TimDefense.com

Don’t let the guy who robbed us of our $30 tabs get away with this:

As you know, we worked really hard on Initiative 976:

Karen and I sacrificed a lot — we sold off our retirement fund to kick-start its signature drive:

And now, a message from Sid Maietto and Larry Jensen:

We’re asking folks to donate to our PAC so we can stop all current and future income-based taxes with Jim Walsh’s Initiative 1408: 

The taxpayers of Washington need our help now more than ever. Donate to our political committee so we can keep fighting for you:

Mail your check — made payable to “Permanent Offense (I-1408)” — to: Permanent Offense (I-1408), PO Box 6151, Olympia, WA, 98507
Or donate online: PermanentOffense.com

Kindest Regards, 

Sid Maietto & Larry Jensen

— END —

Thanks everyone.

We love you all.

Larry, Tim, & Sid

Commentary by KIRO’s Dori Monson: “Say what you will about Eyman, but he’s no quitter.” Read his commentary and listen to his interview of me here.

Sat, Nov 6th, 2021

Listen to his interview here (click on image) — it aired on Friday:

If that doesn’t work, click on this link: https://omny.fm/shows/the-dori-monson-show/eyman-on-his-missing-payments-says-hes-running-out

Here is Dori’s commentary posted at MyNorthwest.com

Say what you will about anti-tax initiative activist Tim Eyman, but he’s no quitter.

Eyman joined Friday’s Dori Monson Show to talk about the latest news that he has defaulted on two months’ worth of court-ordered $10,000 payments. It’s part of the $5.4 million he owes to Washington state for his loss in a four-year lawsuit by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson for violations related to campaign finance laws.

Eyman – who filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy almost three years ago – was expected to make monthly payments or face default. In his case, the bankruptcy plan dictates that his entire debt is due immediately if he fails to pay and begins accruing 12 percent interest annually. Ferguson’s office reported that September and October payments were missed, so he’s calling in a court trustee to sell the Mukilteo house his soon-to-be ex-wife and children live in, to pay the state’s bill.

As Eyman sees it, the choice was to pay his attorney, Richard Sanders, while fighting on appeals – or pay the government. Eyman told Dori he prefers to pay his attorney, to whom he says he still owes more than $300,000.

The government can’t take anything more from him, Eyman says. “In construction, they call it getting stripped down the studs. There’s nothing else they can do to me. Now they’re going after a house I don’t even live in anymore. . . Now it’s all vindictive.”

Meanwhile, he is working with others on promoting Washington state Initiative 1408 – an effort to combat a proposed state income tax. If the state Legislature doesn’t address the matter in early 2022, his team hopes it will go before voters on a ballot.

So how does he get through this latest personal financial challenge?

“I have to step back and realize my family, my friends, my faith, my health – these are the most important things you have in your life,” says Eyman. “There are a whole lot of people who have it tougher than me. I’ve been financially destroyed but this thing hasn’t broken me.”

Why not? Dori asks.

“I am absolutely 1000% committed to continuing to do this. And I think it’s a combination of pure masochism but also a certain amount of white trash Irish stubbornness,” said Eyman. “I’m not going to let Bob Ferguson get away with this with me, because I just know if he gets away with me then he will target somebody else – simply because they choose to put forth a different point of view. . . It only lights my fire to go even harder at them.”

You can contribute to Eyman’s defense fund here: TimDefense.com

— END —

We’re moving full steam ahead on Jim Walsh’s anti-income-tax initiative (I-1408) here and 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.

Right now, I’m only urging you — while I’m fighting to help our state and our nation with my initiative efforts — to help me fight back against Fascist Fergie by donating to my legal defense fund.

I’m very grateful for all the prayers and support of thousands of you who helped me and my family survive this blatant abuse of power by the AG.

Please donate TODAY so I can pay Richard Sanders to appeal these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment:

Mail your check to: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online: TimDefense.com

Don’t let the guy who robbed us of our $30 tabs get away with this:

As you know, we worked really hard on Initiative 976:

Karen and I sacrificed a lot — we sold off our retirement fund to kick-start its signature drive:

And now, a message from Sid Maietto and Larry Jensen:

We’re asking folks to donate to our PAC so we can stop all current and future income-based taxes with Jim Walsh’s Initiative 1408: 

The taxpayers of Washington need our help now more than ever. Donate to our political committee so we can keep fighting for you:

Mail your check — made payable to “Permanent Offense (I-1408)” — to: Permanent Offense (I-1408), PO Box 6151, Olympia, WA, 98507
Or donate online: PermanentOffense.com

Kindest Regards, 

Sid Maietto & Larry Jensen

— END —

Thanks everyone.

We love you all.

Larry, Tim, & Sid

Sat, Nov 6th, 2021

Listen to his interview here (click on image) — it aired on Friday:

If that doesn’t work, click on this link: https://omny.fm/shows/the-dori-monson-show/eyman-on-his-missing-payments-says-hes-running-out

Here is Dori’s commentary posted at MyNorthwest.com

Say what you will about anti-tax initiative activist Tim Eyman, but he’s no quitter.

Eyman joined Friday’s Dori Monson Show to talk about the latest news that he has defaulted on two months’ worth of court-ordered $10,000 payments. It’s part of the $5.4 million he owes to Washington state for his loss in a four-year lawsuit by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson for violations related to campaign finance laws.

Eyman – who filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy almost three years ago – was expected to make monthly payments or face default. In his case, the bankruptcy plan dictates that his entire debt is due immediately if he fails to pay and begins accruing 12 percent interest annually. Ferguson’s office reported that September and October payments were missed, so he’s calling in a court trustee to sell the Mukilteo house his soon-to-be ex-wife and children live in, to pay the state’s bill.

As Eyman sees it, the choice was to pay his attorney, Richard Sanders, while fighting on appeals – or pay the government. Eyman told Dori he prefers to pay his attorney, to whom he says he still owes more than $300,000.

The government can’t take anything more from him, Eyman says. “In construction, they call it getting stripped down the studs. There’s nothing else they can do to me. Now they’re going after a house I don’t even live in anymore. . . Now it’s all vindictive.”

Meanwhile, he is working with others on promoting Washington state Initiative 1408 – an effort to combat a proposed state income tax. If the state Legislature doesn’t address the matter in early 2022, his team hopes it will go before voters on a ballot.

So how does he get through this latest personal financial challenge?

“I have to step back and realize my family, my friends, my faith, my health – these are the most important things you have in your life,” says Eyman. “There are a whole lot of people who have it tougher than me. I’ve been financially destroyed but this thing hasn’t broken me.”

Why not? Dori asks.

“I am absolutely 1000% committed to continuing to do this. And I think it’s a combination of pure masochism but also a certain amount of white trash Irish stubbornness,” said Eyman. “I’m not going to let Bob Ferguson get away with this with me, because I just know if he gets away with me then he will target somebody else – simply because they choose to put forth a different point of view. . . It only lights my fire to go even harder at them.”

You can contribute to Eyman’s defense fund here: TimDefense.com

— END —

We’re moving full steam ahead on Jim Walsh’s anti-income-tax initiative (I-1408) here and 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.

Right now, I’m only urging you — while I’m fighting to help our state and our nation with my initiative efforts — to help me fight back against Fascist Fergie by donating to my legal defense fund.

I’m very grateful for all the prayers and support of thousands of you who helped me and my family survive this blatant abuse of power by the AG.

Please donate TODAY so I can pay Richard Sanders to appeal these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment:

Mail your check to: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online: TimDefense.com

Don’t let the guy who robbed us of our $30 tabs get away with this:

As you know, we worked really hard on Initiative 976:

Karen and I sacrificed a lot — we sold off our retirement fund to kick-start its signature drive:

And now, a message from Sid Maietto and Larry Jensen:

We’re asking folks to donate to our PAC so we can stop all current and future income-based taxes with Jim Walsh’s Initiative 1408: 

The taxpayers of Washington need our help now more than ever. Donate to our political committee so we can keep fighting for you:

Mail your check — made payable to “Permanent Offense (I-1408)” — to: Permanent Offense (I-1408), PO Box 6151, Olympia, WA, 98507
Or donate online: PermanentOffense.com

Kindest Regards, 

Sid Maietto & Larry Jensen

— END —

Thanks everyone.

We love you all.

Larry, Tim, & Sid