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.
(Click for a larger version) The graph above shows one point (a “+”) for 414 zip-codes in Washington State having greater than 1000 population in 2010. The X axis value for each point represents the median income; the Y axis value for each point represents the voter turnout (defined as the the number of residents […]
Austin K sent this link along in an email this morning. It’s a couple of years old, but it’s still worth sharing and reading. The links go to interesting websites if you have an open mind about politics, which is to say, that you can imagine political positions that are broader than the republican and […]
“It should be no surprise that when rich men take control of the government, they pass laws that are favorable to themselves. The surprise is that those who are not rich vote for such people, even though they should know from bitter experience that the rich will continue to rip off the rest of us […]