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David A. Swanson is Edward A. Dickson Emeritus Professor of Sociology, University of California Riverside. He served as a member of the U. S. Census Bureau’s Scientific Advisory Committee for six years (2004-10) and chaired the committee for two years (2009-2010). In addition to serving as an expert witness and testifying before Congress, state legislatures and local government bodies, he has produced over 104 refereed sole- and co-authored journal articles and nine books, mainly dealing with demography. He also has edited or co-edited four additional books and Google Scholar shows more than 5,700 citations to his work. in addition to two Fulbright grants, he has received many other academic and professional grants and awards. Aided by the G.I. Bill, his B.Sc. is from Western Washington State College (now known as Western Washington University), and his Ph.D. and M.A. are from the University of Hawai’i. He also holds a Graduate Diploma in Social Sciences from the University of Stockholm. Swanson speaks Swedish reasonably well but his Finnish is so bad as to be embarrassing: "Se on huono."
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Lynda Hanscome writes about being notified she is now included in a DCE
Truth be told, most of these young women were in as much danger as many soldiers. Hostile fire is hostile fire. Agent Orange was everywhere.
An overwhelming response to a webinar on fighting the privatization of Medicare crashed the website of the sponsor, Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP)
We know internet access is a big deal. We know about the digital divide. 5G is rolling out. Do you understand what’s going on? Leslie Shankman explains beautifully.
Board member acknowledges illegal contract3 comments, most recent 8 months ago
Bellingham and Whatcom Councils should follow suit to protect their citizens from corporate control.
Tower to be built in residential neighborhood, near two elementary schools5 comments, most recent 8 months ago
Taimi Gorman guest writes a Grim Fairhaven Fairy Tale15 comments, most recent 8 months ago
Feds announce discounted/free high-speed internet, but the devil is in the details.
The baton has been passed to the developer to perform on this private dormitory complex. We shall see…
Liz Marshall writes about her concerns of our local governments and their environmental actions
Biden missed a chance to truthfully address his administration’s actions to privatize Medicare.4 comments, most recent 8 months ago
Or how supposed progressives in our state legislature work against clean energy and the environment14 comments, most recent 9 months ago
Yet another un-affordable rental complex for Bellingham as we slide down the razor blade of housing affordability.6 comments, most recent 9 months ago
It seems that getting our congressional reps to directly oppose privatization efforts is too difficult a commitment.5 comments, most recent 9 months ago
“Alarmist” article is unfair to needed new technology3 comments, most recent 9 months ago
Twenty-two years, hundreds of volunteers, thousands of hours, their own lawyer, and the herons won!8 comments, most recent 9 months ago
If this story were a movie, nobody would go because it is so unbelievable.1 comment, most recent 9 months ago
If you put lipstick on a pig or polish a turd, you still have a pig and a turd.4 comments, most recent 9 months ago
“The hurrier I go, the behinder I get.”― Lewis Carroll5 comments, most recent 10 months ago
Krieg it is, but not a blitz. Poor morale and insufficient training are any army’s ball and chain.15 comments, most recent 10 months ago
The CDN internet article doesn’t question “high-speed” or “affordable” or “coming soon” in Whatcom County.3 comments, most recent 11 months ago
What is the probability of dying from COVID-19 among the un-vaccinated?9 comments, most recent 10 months ago
Agent Orange is the “gift” that keeps giving.3 comments, most recent 11 months ago
Dianne Foster clearly remembers our 2014 coup in Ukraine. Who are we now calling the aggressor? Let’s take a little minute to review here…28 comments, most recent 10 months ago
In the early hours of February 17th, Public Banking Bill SB 5188, weakened by toxic amendments, was found lifeless. Heroic attempts to keep it alive since early January this year had been unsuccessful.1 comment, most recent 11 months ago
…Pants on Fire!9 comments, most recent 11 months ago
CityView is an oversized, misplaced, unnecessary, and virtually unadaptable apartment complex.4 comments, most recent 11 months ago
The slime of corporate greed knows no bounds, has no morals, and will win out if we do nothing.4 comments, most recent 11 months ago
Income inequality is a national issue driving many social and health problems. This article explores income inequality in Whatcom County.1 comment, most recent 11 months ago
Ray Kamada writes that Feb 8 (tomorrow) is the last day to request mail-in ballots for Whatcom Conservation District
In order for the results of a survey to be valid the results must be able to be verified by independent sources.
“We either win big this November by defeating the coup and its Republican enablers — or we kiss our democracy goodbye.” Michael Moore1 comment, most recent 11 months ago
Irrigation water usage in Whatcom County is estimated, and Eric puts forward reasons why we need meters to accurately measure usage.
Vote No On The Bellingham Public School 2022 Facilities Bond to Protect the Environment15 comments, most recent 11 months ago
We have a new newspaper located in Bellingham with the goal of covering our three counties and lower British Columbia.1 comment, most recent 1 year ago
False equivalencies only lead to problems.11 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Satpal Sidhu writes of the collaboration between the Whatcom Community Foundation and the Sikh Community to raise $150,000 for flood relief effort.
The Whatcom County Council today appointed Simon Sefzik to fill the remaining 10 months of the senate seat for the 42nd District.1 comment, most recent 1 year ago
Wherein Elisabeth carefully explains the facts behind this latest freakout by conservative political agitators2 comments, most recent 1 year ago
At last, a newspaper of substance, unhindered by imbedded corporate interests3 comments, most recent 1 year ago
How many patient-contact hours have been lost due to COVID-19 deaths of health care professionals?3 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Whatever happened to that multi-million dollar grant the Port got for rural broadband?4 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Shannon Skinner debunks the Social Security crisis
Is the City’s Internet survey designed to protect inferior service?
Virtual monopolies engender poor service and lack of customer focus.4 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Bellingham Public Schools Learns Evasive Maneuvers from City Hall12 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Why People with Mental & Drug Addiction Issues are on the Streets: A Brief History and Solution7 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Wann wird man je verstehen?11 comments, most recent 1 year ago
Satpal SIdhu Responds to Lisa Papp’s article of Oct. 21