As reported here and here, a video introduction to the Justice Party of Washington and a discussion of ballot access for third political parties will take place at Traditions Café (300 Fifth Ave. S.W.) in Olympia on Thursday, April 12th from 7-9 pm. The public is invited and the event is free. Coffee and dessert will be served.
Free Speech for People, Public Citizen, Move to Amend, People for the American Way, and Common Caucus are jointly sponsoring house parties on Wednesday, November 9th, to work on the campaign for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn the Citizens United Supreme Court decision. The parties will feature a nationwide conference call with U.S. Senator Bernie […]
Good day yesterday in Cascadia as the Washington State leglislature moved gay marriage forward through Senate vote. The gov put her weight behind this legislation, apparently trying to establish some kind of legacy public policy. I am completely supportive of the gay marriage legislation, but I have to wonder why the dems will only push […]
In her 2006 and 2008 campaigns for Congress, Darcy Burner did not stake out strongly progressive views — presumably because she needed to appeal to conservatives in the southern part of the old 8th CD. This year Darcy is sounding much more progressive, as well as being a much better speaker. But is Suzan DelBene […]