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The Human Adventure Is Just Beginning If….

By Jon HumphreyOn May 10, 2018

Have you ever considered what tremendous potential we have as humans if we were to think about the world in larger terms and with more open minds? This is not [...]

Did Doug Ericksen in Fact Double Dip?

By Michael RiordanOn Apr 12, 2018

The recent rash of national news about corruption at the Environmental Protection Agency under Administrator Scott Pruitt brings back to mind repeated charges leveled last year that Senator Doug Ericksen [...]

Gas in Vancouver is now over $6 a gallon—and why you should care

By John LesowOn Apr 07, 2018

​Gas in Vancouver is predicted to go from $1.55 a liter to $1.60 in the coming weeks. Gasoline in Canada is priced in litres. A litre is slightly more than a U.[...]

Doug Ericksen’s DC Haunts

By Michael RiordanOn Mar 23, 2018

In early March Sandy Robson filed a complaint with the Washington state Pubic Disclosure Commission, and Northwest Citizen published her press release summarizing Sen. Doug Ericksen’s inappropriate and possibly [...]

Justin Trudeau’s “Bengal Bungle”

By John LesowOn Mar 04, 2018

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau returned last week from a junket to India. The trip was highlighted by the revelation that one of the honored guests invited by the Liberals [...]

What Is Doug Ericksen Thinking?

By Michael RiordanOn Feb 13, 2018

A recent Seattle Times op-ed by Senator Doug Ericksen (“Trump’s first year has been a resounding success,” 31 January 2018) suggests he has gotten drunk on the Trump Kool-Aid and is [...]

The Bulwark of Democracy? An Opinionated View from the West

By Michael RiordanOn Feb 08, 2018

Editor note: This article was first published in an edited version in the Seattle Times on February 6, 2018, titled “It’s up to Western states to rescue our democracy.” Here below [...]

Justin Trudeau’s Slippery Slide

By John LesowOn Feb 03, 2018

​Last month, the approval rating for Justin Trudeau dropped below 50% for the first time since his Liberal Party’s election in 2015. 49% of Canadians now disapprove of Trudeau’s performance. 46% still [...]

One year in, Trump’s biggest Wash. donor has no buyer’s remorse

By Ralph SchwartzOn Jan 21, 2018

I was reminded recently of Peter Gigante, the Fairhaven resident who has the distinction of being Washington state’s single largest donor to the 2016 Donald Trump presidential campaign. I interviewed [...]

Managing High Risk Sexual Offenders—A Canadian Approach

By John LesowOn Nov 17, 2017

Long before the recent—and continuing—revelations in the entertainment and political arenas, sexual offending was regarded as one of the most prominent social pathologies. Amid the recent flurry of [...]

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