A very good memorial to Paul de Armond is in today's Cascadia Weekly. Tim Johnson devotes his entire Gristle column as a tribute to Paul. And it is very [...]
Paul de Armond died early Saturday morning, April 20. He was born February 24, 1953. He was well known in the Northwest for his political writings. A full memorial to Paul will be [...]
Riley Sweeney has posted a great one minute video clip of our State Senator Doug Ericksen showing his casual disregard for rules of procedure. Political insiders and political junkies have [...]
This article appeared in the Jan 29 issue of the Cascadia Weekly and is written by and reprinted here courtesy of Tim Johnson. Also participating in this announcement is Sweeney Politics [...]
Marlins Cafe (co-located with the Historic Nelson's Market - a stationary float in life's parade) is now serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. New menu selections by Chef Tommy.
Riley Sweeney here. I was stumbling through the Whatcom Excavator, a conservative waterhole for Whatcom County anti-environmentalism (imagine Jack Petree, but less coherent. Then keep going . . .) and I [...]
Riley here. Wednesday night, I had the pleasure of attending the Tea Party forum and it was a doozy.
Check out my write-up about the federal candidates here
Here's the sampler pack of what The Political Junkie has been up to.
First, for those of you who read Jack Petree's recent letter to the [...]
Editor’s Note: An interview is not an endorsement. The Political Junkie urges people to read his Expanded Voter’s Guide for more information on how to vote. [...]
This last Saturday, June 25th, Bryna and I finally tied the knot. It was a beautiful sunny day, we erected a giant maypole and spoke our vows. We took a [...]