I personally lack the nerve and freedom to go to D.C. and join such a protest, but by analogy with the situation in Egypt and other countries, I can see why people feel forced to engage in such resistance.
34 short months ago, my son and I stood in front of the U.S. Capitol in 15 degree weather to watch Barack Obama’s inauguration. It was January 20th, and the economy had already shed more than a half million jobs on the year, on the way to losing about 2 million for the first quarter […]
The editorials and cartoons of the local newspaper, the Bellevue Reporter, almost always have an anti-government and anti-taxation message. During the 2010 election cycle, when the high earner’s income tax initiative I-1098 was on the ballot, they published a cartoon depicting government as a fat pig. In response to one of their recent anti-government editorials […]
Martin Luther King Day Rally & March January 19, 2015 Garfield High School 23rd & E. Jefferson Workshops 9:00 am – 9:50 am Rally 10:00 am – 11:00 am Pre march speakers 11:00 am – 12:00 pm March leaves Garfield 12:00 pm Rally in front of Federal Courthouse at Seventh and Stewart. The day’s events are sponsored by […]