Everyone knows the cost of college is increasing rapidly and astronomically. The question most people can't answer is why that's happening. For many, the villian is often the colleges and universities themselves because they are the most obvious manipulators of the sticker price for higher...Read more here
Imagine traveling to small village in Ethiopa, far removed from major cities and modern-day comforts. You're here because you've been tasked with addressing a significant need in this destitute, dusty village: basic education. What would your solution be?
In recent years, we have seen an escalating trend of school districts in Washington adjusting the schedule to be more convenient for adults. Families and taxpayers should be receiving the school calendar which best serves students.
The head of the Seattle Police Officers Guild, Sgt. Rich O’Neill, has been receiving $125,000 per year in salary and benefits from the City of Seattle to work full-time for the union. But that not the only case of taxpayers footing the bill for union activity.
Last year Madore campaigned on a platform of restoring prosperity to Clark County, and he raised some eyebrows with his seemingly lofty claims. He is quickly fulfilling his promise--and you may be surprised by how he's doing it.
Special session starts on Monday, May 13. While the Governor could limit the special session to budget matters, he’s doing the opposite and demanding revival of some of the most controversial policy bills—forced abortion insurance, gun control, etc.
Labor unions in Washington are well established and have significant influence – not all of it good – on the state’s economy, politics and policy. All too often, public employees’ unions use their influence to further their own interests, increase their power, buy off...Read more here
Local activist Paula Baruffi, wanted to educate the Washington State Legislature about Agenda 21--a property rights issues she's passionate about. Her idea was to deliver the book 'Behind the Green Mask' to each legislator.