I’m waiting for the day when the police join the protesters and demand action on ending the injustices we face.
Part two in a series, “Special Legislative Session: The Big Picture.” The House and Senate budget plans reflect two very different sets of values when it comes to promoting thriving communities. While the House maintains or increases Washington state’s investment in safe neighborhoods, access to a just legal system, and housing support, the Senate drastically […]
“Harmonize your expectations with your aspirations!” is what I wrote Monday morning, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the day of President Obama’s second Inaugural Address as our giant Backbone marched through DC streets with a primarily anti-drone, Inauguration day demonstration. We participated on the principle that the sympathetic President Obama should be held no less […]
Nicholas Gregory Mankiw was “chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush. In 2006, he became an economic adviser to Mitt Romney and continued during Romney’s 2012 presidential bid.” (source: wikipedia) In an opinion piece in the New York Times, Mankiw , who is Chair of the Economics Department at Harvard […]