Refreshed at 6:45 PM Pacific on Sunday, April 26th, 2015
Last night, as most of the Pacific timezone was headed to bed or snoozing away following the end of another workweek, a massive earthquake struck Nepal, including the capital of Kathmandu. Initially reported as a magnitude 7.5 tremblor by the U.S. Geological Survey, it was later revis… (read more)
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The president is frustrated… he’s losing the argument and he’s crosswise with his supporters and it’s unfortunate that he’s basically calling people names.
— Roger Hickey of the Campaign for America’s Future, suggesting that President Obama has lost his cool over the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the secret trade scheme that the administration won’t let the public see (via ).
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Some very good news to share: This weekend in Pasco, the Washington State Democratic Party took a position strongly opposing Tim Eyman’s I-1366, following in the footsteps of the King County Democrats and several local Democratic organizations. A re… (read more)
Responding to a point of order from Senator Steve Hobbs of Snohomish County, Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen today ruled in his capacity as President of the Washington State Senate that a rule previously adopted by Senate Republicans that requires two-third… (read more)
Today and throughout this month, Permanent Defense celebrates its thirteenth anniversary, marking one hundred and fifty-six months of continuous operation. Since going live on February 15th, 2002, PD has steadfastly provided the Union’s Forty-Second… (read more)
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