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Bruce Patterson, Forum Administrator

Bruce Patterson, Republican Forum Administrator Bruce is the owner and Forum Administrator for the Republican Forum. He has been involved in the Republican Party since 1980, has managed two Republican Campaigns, worked for the King County Republican Party in Seattle, Washington, served as a National Delegate, and worked one session for the Washington State Legislature.

Bruce works for an international corporation installing Air Traffic Control Equipment. He has been traveling full time since Jan 1991 often connecting to the forums via cellular modem with a laptop.He has been the Manager of this forum since Dec. 7, 1998.

Read Bruce's biography here. Write a message to Bruce by clicking here!

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Rich Whaley

Richard H. Whaley retired from the Army after 22+ years wandering around the world. He was forced into using computers on his next-to-last assignment where he worked on the Force Structure for his Branch and was involved heavily in rewriting military doctrine and training-he spent a tour at the National Training Center where he established the Army-wide training standards for his Branch. He is married with four kids who also have the wander lust: one daughter thinks nothing of heading to Australia or Fiji and Samoa. He is involved in Church volunteer work, a gardener, an avid reader of politics, and leans toward the conservative end of the political spectrum. He is also pleased to "announce" his last daughter's pending marriage this June, 2006! His son is a SSG with the Guard and has completed a tour in Iraq. Rich now has two grandsons--without question, the cutest boys you have ever seen! Write a message to Rich by clicking here!


Naomi Roberts, Chat SysOp

Naomi Roberts, born in New York, has lived in Northeast Florida now for more than 30 years. She is happily married to Steve, a retired Navy pilot, and has two extraordinary children. A full-time mother, she's a devotee of Rush Limbaugh and Mark Steyn.

In her youth, Naomi was a Democrat and a liberal. While raising her children she had to reexamine her liberal views and came to the conclusion they were illogical and harmful if put into practice. She has held a several different positions in her local Federated Republican Women's Club, is a precinct committeeman, and a board member of her county's Republican Executive Committee.

Naomi is a volunteer to the max - having served as an ombudsman for her husband's squadron, volunteer worker for Navy Relief, den mother to her son's BSA troop, president of the PTO at her daughter's school, an elected, unpaid, school board member. She has been a volunteer tutor for English literacy and in 2004 was honored with Tutor of the Year for 2003. She is currently involved in a community mentoring program and mentors two sisters. She has actively worked in campaigns since 1994. She has had an esoteric education, and is an avid reader, currently focusing on history.

The Internet has made the whole world her oyster. She became a CompuServe member in 1994, and has moderated a long-running discussion group that originated in the old, now-defunct Townhall Forum as the Lunch Bunch. When Townhall instituted a surcharge to drive out the riffraff, her group moved to the Republican Forum where they have met weekly for the past several years.

Naomi has an unique type of SysOp position with us, rather than working the message boards, she is working in the Chat Rooms, so unlike the rest of us you may not aways see her with a (SysOp) hat, and you may not see a lot of her on the message boards.

If you want to meet Naomi, drop by her weekly chat in the Cloakroom, 8:00 am Saturday (Eastern Time) for one hour. You will have a good time! we guarantee it.


Jack E. Buttram, SysOp Emeritus

Jack was born in Roanoke VA 1932 and educated (more or less) in the Virginia public schools. He took his B.A. in broadcasting from Bob Jones University 1953; International School of Law - Washington DC; Member Writer's Guild of America East. Authored scripts for CBS Radio's 'SUSPENSE'. Public relations in Washington office of Hill & Knowlton Public Relations, Wagner and Baroody, and GM (Sen. George Murphy) Washington Consultants.

Political experience started with the Goldwater for President Committee in 1964, followed by Deputy Director of P/R for Republican National Committee, Press Secretary for Sen. Strom Thurmond, Sen. Paul Fannin, Campaign press aide stints for Sen. Bob Griffin, Sen. Glenn Beall. White House service for Amb. Anne Armstrong during Nixon Administration.

Registered Foreign Agent for Saudi Arabia, Republic of China (Taiwan), Democratic Unionist Party and Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee (Native Americans). He's been the Executive Director of Friends of Free China since 1976. Also has fulfilled public affairs assignments for Chamber of Commerce of the U.S., American Enterprise Institute and American Association of Christian Schools. Presently heads his own public affairs and media relations consulting firm.

He's a member of the Association of Former Senate Aides (EX-SOB's); The University Club of Washington DC; holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating with some 5000+ flight hours, and is a licensed professional (General) and Amateur (Extra) class radio operator. He and Barbara have five children - four have served as missionaries in overseas assignments and one is a special education public school teacher. They have thirteen grandchildren... and a dog named "Lizzie."


Neil Xenos (SysOp Emeritus)

Neil Xenos, Republican Forum Executive SysopNeil passed away on July 25, 29006. He was a long time member of this both this Forum and CompuServe. And as a political conservative, he has been a registered Republican for more than 30 years. He served as a former SysOp of the now defunct NavCIS Forum and spent a three year stint as library SysOp in the FISHING and OUTDOOR Forums.

His experience with computers goes back to RCA in the late 50's and has been "on-line" since the early days of ARCNET. As a retired division manager for a large poultry processor He now spends his time pursuing his interests in astronomy, religion and Middle Eastern archeology in addition to his interests in computers and communications.

His education includes degree work in Political Science and Ancient Middle Eastern religions, as well as a certificate course in Business management.


Forum Staff:

Kay Ryan, Staff

Kay Ryan was born in Cleveland, Ohio but soon moved to Brooklyn, New York and attended all Catholic Schools from Holy Cross to St. John's University.

She grew up with four brothers all of whom were in different branches of the Military; grandparents and my father's brother, Colonel Bill, all lived together in the family compound. Raised in a Republican fortress in Liberal Brooklyn New York, Kay learned early on how to confront the Lefties with relish.

She worked in several jobs in the financial district of Lower Manhattan until Kay married a Union delegate and had two boys. After seven years of a difficult marriage that ended in divorce, Kay's innate independence took over. In order to support two boys in the manner they had become accustomed, she bartended in a College Pub/Restaurant near the Brooklyn College campus. That experience led to the ownership of two Pub/Restaurants, one in Flatbush and the other on Long Island near her own home.

Today she's retired from the Restaurant business with a profit and works at home for her sons' Construction Business... both sons are moonlighting..they are presently two of New York's bravest first responders..FDNY.

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