You hear a lot about gun control laws lately but it’s really about people control. But these bills that are introduced or, like in New York, passed into law, all depend on people actually enforcing these unconstitutional laws. In the case of gun control laws, especially search and seizure, it comes down to the military […]
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- New Tax Laws in Effect in State July 7, 2015Some tax changes affecting businesses and workers that are included in Washington's new state operating budget took effect on July 1. Here are key changes, as compiled by the state Department of Revenue. The post New Tax Laws in Effect in State appeared first on Washington State Wire.
- Why State Democrats Held Up a Budget Deal Over I-1351 July 7, 2015Amending an initiative requires a supermajority. Republicans needed Democratic votes, but because the solution wasn’t revealed to us until the last moment, our caucus didn’t have a chance to discuss the decision to delay it. We have members who are willing to vote to change the initiative, but we were clear with Senate Republicans about […]
- Senate Budget Breakdown Over 1-1351: Get Back to Work July 7, 2015State senators should reflect on whether they are truly free and independent of the WEA, which for too long has wagged the dog in Olympia and is now impeding bipartisan progress on fixing the school system’s unconstitutional inequities. Disappointingly, the Senate Democrats, led by Minority Leader Sharon Nelson of Maury Island and Deputy Leader Andy […]
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- World Class Hour RETURNS! July 1, 2015Due to immigration and time zones, the World Class Hour has taken an extended hiatus, but as of July 13th at 10pm EST we will be BACK! (Only on FTR Radio.) Our shows will now be on Monday nights and I will be your host. All new guests, a little different feel, new producer, but […]
- Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Egypt, Russia & Greece July 1, 20151) ISIS attacked multiple Egyptian checkpoints in the northern Sinai region, killing 50 Egyptian soldiers. About 22 of the 70 militants facilitating the attack were also killed. This is the first planned assault on Egypt of its kind. ISIS has also made threats to Hamas in Gaza for lacking religious piety and not doing more […]
- Keilar Blasts Clinton’s Interview Performance: ‘I Didn’t Hear A More Open Or Transparent Hillary Clinton’ July 7, 2015
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- America’s First High-Speed Rail Project July 7, 2015Despite continued evidence that high-speed rail is a waste of money, reporters still write articles lamenting that high-speed trains in America are “elusive.” It’s elusive for a simple reason: it makes no sense, being slower than flying, less convenient than driving, and far more expensive than both. Due to the high costs, high-speed rail projects […]
- Say Yes to Self-Driving Cars July 6, 2015A writer for Electronic Design magazine named Lou Frenzel opines “that the driverless car is not a good idea.” His argument comes down to, “I don’t know anything about it, but I can think of lots of problems that I don’t imagine anyone at Google has ever thought of.” For example, he asks, can self-driving […]
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