Posted inBreaking News, Elections

Class size initiative now has 18,000+ vote lead; Snohomish swings back into yes column

Today was a great day to be a sup­port­er of I‑1351, the ini­tia­tive to low­er class sizes in pri­ma­ry and sec­ondary schools across Wash­ing­ton State. After hav­ing trailed and alter­nat­ed between lead­ing and trail­ing for the first three days post-Elec­­tion Night, the ini­tia­tive appears to have moved away from the pre­cip­i­tous edge, thanks to Wash­ing­ton’s three […]

Posted inPolicy Topics, World Commmunity

North Korea releases imprisoned Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller

Final­ly, some good news for a change! The Oba­ma admin­is­tra­tion announced today that it has secured the release of Ken­neth Bae and Matthew Miller, two Amer­i­cans who were being held by North Korea. Both are on their way home to the Unit­ed States on a U.S. air­craft with Nation­al Intel­li­gence Direc­tor James Clap­per, who secretly […]