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  1. Russ

    Putin Wins Big

    I'd like to believe that Russia's still working out democracy. But I really don't think that.
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    John Fredrich Shultz II

    John Fredrich Shultz II was born in Galveston, Texas on September 6, 1970. His father, an oil derrick man, died in an accident when Shultz was 7 years old leaving his mother to raise both Shultz and his brother. Shultz graduated at the top of his High School class before attending Texas State University on a ROTC scholarship. He then served in the United States Air Force for 13 years before leaving active duty as a Lt. Colonel in 2005. After leaving active duty, Shultz worked for the Texas oil industry where he made a fortune. In 2008, Shultz was recruited by the Texas Democratic Party to run for Texas 22nd, a contest that he won. As a Democrat in dark red Texas, Shultz is vulnerable to challenge, forcing him to tow a middle of the row path. When the Supreme Court declared gay marriage the law of the land in 2015, Shultz cautiously distanced himself from his party. Shultz is a German Texan and a Roman Catholic. Now four years later, Shultz is the leader of a faction of primarily Southern Democrats known as Neo-Redeemers. At one time, Redeemer referred to a Southern Democrat eager to restore Democratic dominance by any means necessary. Under Shultz, their name comes for their pledge to “redeem” the South after decades of Republican dominance. The path forward is treacherous. To their left, establishment and progressive Democrats look on warily at this new faction. To their right, the Republicans eye their seats as potential gains. Even worse, the Redeemer Democrats will face the prospect of campaigning with few funds in states controlled by the other side, with little hope of support from their national party. Few DNC insiders are eager to spend funds on what they regard as foregone races. Caught between these two unfriendly factions, the Redeemers may be doomed. But where adversity exists, strong wills thrive. Redeemer Democrats excel on the back foot and require less money to campaign than their more high profile allies. And lead by Shultz, where else could they go but up? And the opportunities are endless. The Rust Belt lies open to an agressive push and the South is at long last beginning to break free of the long Republican dominance. Though danger awaits, Shultz is determined to extend his power, and establish a new order in America.
  3. Character Name: John Fredrich Shultz II Home State: Texas Previous Job: Military (Three-star or lower rank) Date of Birth: 05/03/1974 Race / Ethnicity: White Religion: Catholic Wealth: Upper Class Gender: Male Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 3 John Fredrich Shultz II was born in Galveston, Texas on September 6, 1970. His father, an oil derrick man, died in an accident when Shultz was 7 years old leaving his mother to raise both Shultz and his brother. Shultz graduated at the top of his High School class before attending Texas State University on a ROTC scholarship. He then served in the United States Air Force for 13 years before leaving active duty as a Lt. Colonel in 2005. After leaving active duty, Shultz worked for the Texas oil industry where he made a fortune. In 2008, Shultz was recruited by the Texas Democratic Party to run for Texas 22nd, a contest that he won. As a Democrat in dark red Texas, Shultz is vulnerable to challenge, forcing him to tow a middle of the row path. When the Supreme Court declared gay marriage the law of the land in 2015, Shultz cautiously distanced himself from his party. Shultz is a German Texan and a Roman Catholic. Now four years later, Shultz is the leader of a faction of primarily Southern Democrats known as Neo-Redeemers. At one time, Redeemer referred to a Southern Democrat eager to restore Democratic dominance by any means necessary. Under Shultz, their name comes for their pledge to “redeem” the South after decades of Republican dominance. The path forward is treacherous. To their left, establishment and progressive Democrats look on warily at this new faction. To their right, the Republicans eye their seats as potential gains. Even worse, the Redeemer Democrats will face the prospect of campaigning with few funds in states controlled by the other side, with little hope of support from their national party. Few DNC insiders are eager to spend funds on what they regard as foregone races. Caught between these two unfriendly factions, the Redeemers may be doomed. But where adversity exists, strong wills thrive. Redeemer Democrats excel on the back foot and require less money to campaign than their more high profile allies. And lead by Shultz, where else could they go but up? And the opportunities are endless. The Rust Belt lies open to an agressive push and the South is at long last beginning to break free of the long Republican dominance. Though danger awaits, Shultz is determined to extend his power, and establish a new order in America. View full character
  4. Russ

    Lower Business Taxes

    It does not matter if its true Mr. Tyson. You have insulted me and for that I demand satisfaction.
  5. Russ

    Lower Business Taxes

    That is a slanderous accusation Mr. Tyson. Such a statement speaks not only of Mr. Tyson's ungentlemanly conduct, but injures my honor. For that, I demand satisfaction from Mr. Tyson.
  6. Russ

    2nd Congress Roll Call

    I, Ethan O'Rourke, do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States. So help me God. Abstain.
  7. Russ

    Lower Business Taxes

    Mr. O'Rourke objects to Mr. Tyson's proposal. The lost revenues would greatly harm the state of New York.
  8. Russ

    VOTE: H 1-13. Naturalization Act of 1789

    Nay on Johnstone Amendment
  9. Russ

    Vermont Border

    Mr. O'Rourke's position is that we must allow the people to decide. He would argue that only popular referendum by all free citizens can justify annexation.
  10. Russ

    Politician 4

  11. Russ

    1790 Election

    Name: Ethan O'RourkePosition running for: HouseCurrent position: House Representatives
  12. Russ

    Business Filing & Purchases

    Cancel that then. Mr. O'Rourke purchases 1 share of AAM and 3 shares of MAN. Expenditures: $12,000 OOC: Still trying to learn the ropes of business.
  13. Russ

    Business Filing & Purchases

    Mr. O'Rourke invests 10,000 into Freedom Works.
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