David Camp

Citizen Journalist • Member since Jul 12, 2009

David Camp is a cpa (Canada'86; USA'96) and MBA (Schulich'88) who toiled thirty years in the corporate salt mines, counting beans and telling stories to the auditors and whatnot. Now he spends his time growing trees; thinking curmudgeonly thoughts and occasionally shouting them into the intertubes; and maintaining body and soul through work and movement. A believer in discussion as key to civil life, he invites comment and argument.

Articles by David Camp

Obamacare on the Block - What will Trumpcare look like?

By David CampOn Nov 16, 2016

President Obama’s signature accomplishment, the corporatist version of universal healthcare, is going to be “repealed and replaced” under the Trump administration. Obamacare, aka Romneycare, is already a Neocon plan- [...]

Why Does Gov. Inslee permit spraying of carcinogenic pesticides on Salish Sea eelgrass beds?

By David CampOn Apr 03, 2019

Previously Published at Salish Sea Gazette No doubt many, if not most, people who read this know Cliff Mass - meteorologist and weatherman on Seattle NPR. He is also keeping [...]

Some Thoughts on I-1639 and its Fraudulent Character

By David CampOn Aug 28, 2018

Mass shootings make the news on a regular basis - it’s hard not to look at yet another social reject violently expressing his (yes they are all men) pain [...]

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Recent comments

"Here’s an edifying tale from a community in Oregon:  SOme years ago the Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort, which is run communally, had a vote on whether to install [...]

Dec 11, 2018 on
Preliminary RF Exposure Tests

"Yup - the happiest  and best functioning (for their citizens) advanced countries are those that have a mixed economy. Business is capitalist; Social functions like education, healthcare , police, fire, [...]

Nov 09, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"You’d think a good starting point for COB staff and electeds would be to visit with Mt. Vernon and see how they managed to install a local fiber network [...]

Nov 09, 2018 on
November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB's Mansplaining)

"Jon - thanks for this. We got an invitation to participate in the transportation study and quit filling it out when they asked for very detailed information about what year [...]

Oct 04, 2018 on
Whatcom Regional Transportation Study (Deeply Flawed)

"Thanks, Steve, for the law enforcement perspective. Like all deceptive advertising, this thing relies on the ignorance of its target to succeed, and we need more voices to inform voters [...]

Sep 01, 2018 on
Some Thoughts on I-1639 and its Fraudulent Character