We do have options in the next election.
by Japhet Koteen Editor’s note: This post was written by Japhet Koteen, a community builder, urbanist, and real estate developer in Seattle. He wrote this post as part of a project for Taxpayers for Common Sense. It’s not the trillions elected leaders are looking for today in Washington, DC, but I know where they can […]
If you make cuts to Social Security and Medicare, if you make only token cuts to defense spending, and if you don’t raise taxes on the rich, you don’t deserve to be re-elected. Stop acting like Republicans and stop blaming them for your many compromises and sell-outs. Comments comments
On June 22, I attended a public forum, “Law and Politics:The State Budget—Searching for Long-Term Sustainability”, at the Rainier Square Atrium in downtown Seattle. The panelists were Representative Reuven Carlyle (D-36), Washington State Legislature Representative Bruce Dammier (R-25), Washington State Legislature Paul Guppy, vice president for research, Washington Policy Center Marty Loesch, director of external […]