Bellingham

How do you solve a problem like Maria?

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Feb 12, 2005

Maria Cantwell has voted to restrict class-action law suits - siding with the Bush administration to remove legal rights from working people. My Democratic friends seem to be silent on [...]

Some election recommendations

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Nov 01, 2004

I don’t kid myself that these have much affect, as most who check this blog have their own strong opinions. But, for the record, and for those who ask [...]

There is little that distinguishes him

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Oct 15, 2004

Robin Bailey is running to replace Doug Ericksen as state representative. Check her website and her positions. Whatcom County would benefit greatly if she wins. Ericksen has not represented even [...]

An E-Newsletter from Larry Klepinger is required reading

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Sep 28, 2004

by any political junkie from Whatcom County. Larry just barely lost to Suzanne Sinclair for Republican challenger to Rick Larsen for US Congress. You can download it from the link [...]

A tip of the hat to Larry Klepinger

By John ServaisOn Sep 17, 2004

Larry is running for Congress. He wants to replace Rick Larsen as the 2nd District’s Representative. He is a Republican but prefers to call himself a ‘New Republican’ because [...]

The fix is in

By John ServaisOn Sep 16, 2004

Rhea.

The Whatcom Peace and Justice Center

By John ServaisOn Sep 13, 2004

has just opened their new website. It is refreshingly easy to read and well organized It is now listed in the right-side column. They are providing a schedule of all [...]

The Primary Election will decide this election

By John ServaisOn Sep 02, 2004

I’ll be voting for Paul EveryHope over Dave Quall for State Representative in the 40th District. Quall willingly participated with the secret deal of giving us this horrible Primary [...]

Fahrenheit 9/11 is breaking records

By John ServaisOn Jul 01, 2004

This from the movie revenue watch website Box Office MoJo: “In terms of raw dollars, Fahrenheit is actually the biggest opening ever for a movie playing at less than 1,000 theaters, [...]

Mercury in Lake Whatcom

By John ServaisOn Jun 03, 2004

Today the Washington Department of Ecology released a report that says, basically, that mercury in the lake is less now than in the past. “Decreasing” is the operative word.Local [...]

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