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Public Education

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  • Washington State Wire Vacation Time August 12, 2015
    The Washington State Wire will be taking a vacation until the first week in September. Join us then for more original reporting and links to other top articles. The post Washington State Wire Vacation Time appeared first on Washington State Wire.
  • Vying for Governor, Bill Bryant Seeks to Expand His Brand August 11, 2015
    As a Port of Seattle commissioner, Bryant is well known in Westside business and industrial circles, and better known in Eastern Washington’s agricultural world. It’s everyone else that needs an introduction, he says, if he’s to convince them he’s their choice in the 2016 gubernatorial election. The post Vying for Governor, Bill Bryant Seeks to […]
  • Washington State Can Lead on Global Warming and Clean Energy August 11, 2015
    Washingtonians demand urgent action on climate. If our elected leaders won’t lead us forward, then the people will. The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy is Washington state’s coalition of individuals, organizations and businesses dedicated to reducing global-warming pollution and strengthening our economy. The post Washington State Can Lead on Global Warming and Clean Energy […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Yemen, Somalia & South Sudan September 1, 2015
    1) In response to heavy air attacks orchestrated by Saudi Arabia, Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have stepped up their response. They have launched a new campaign in the Houthi-held capital of Sana’a, raiding and arresting local citizens. More than 50 people were detained. Saudi Arabia sent new military forces to back the government-in-exile led by President […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: ISIS, Ukraine & Egypt August 31, 2015
    1) After setting bombs on another ancient temple in Palmyra and detaining more than 200 protestors, ISIS managed to find the time to release another brutal propaganda video. The video depicts four Iraqi Shiite “spies” being burned alive. It does not mention the location of the graphic murders. One website, with a link to the […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Headlines: Syria, Lebanon & North Korea August 25, 2015
    1) In the past 10 days, the Syrian military has killed 247 people in the Damascus area. At least 50 of these deaths were children. Most of the airstrikes were concentrated in rebel-held Douma. The Civil Defense, a rescue operation, has declared the city a disaster area.   2) Lebanon’s government held an emergency cabinet […]
  • Something Rotten in the State of Britain September 5, 2015
    In September 2012, the Times of London reported that authorities in Rotherham, England, had intentionally ignored reports about child sexual abuse for fear of being labeled racists. The reports were about British men of Pakistani descent, and local law enforcement feared prying too much into the affairs of an immigrant community. The post Something Rotten […]
  • ‘Putin’s Brain’ and the Future of Russia September 5, 2015
    Fyodor Tyutchev, a father of Russian poetry, was both a lover of the West and a Russian nationalist. He was not alone in his belief that his vast homeland of harsh winters and horizons of golden grain, defied simple understanding—or that, whatever Russia was, its definition was somehow tied up in perpetual, circular conflicts like […]
  • WFB’s Bill Gertz Talks Russia, China On Secure Freedom Radio September 5, 2015
    The post WFB’s Bill Gertz Talks Russia, China On Secure Freedom Radio appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.