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Public Records Fees

New fees for public records, http://www.theolympian.com/news/politics-government/article145130724.html.  

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McCleary v. State: Power of the Supreme Court

The case of Stephen Kerr Eugster v. Washington Supreme Court and Justices was filed in Thurston County Superior Court on January 31, 2017. Here is an Abstract of the case: ABSTRACT The school funding case of McCleary v. State, 173 … Continue reading

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The New President

Just a few days into his four-year term as President of the United States, Donald Trump is causing me great concern.  He is showing himself to be nothing but a sophisticated huckster who has captured the imaginations of millions of … Continue reading

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Hon. Miles Lord

Judge Miles Lord, United States District Court Minnesota, has passed.  He was 97.  He and his family lived in Edina, Minnesota circa 1967-70. He was a remarkable and fine man.  Mpls Star & Tribune.

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Black Lives Matter: The defense by the police and some in the public — the person shot had a bad record

Invariably, it seems, the exculpation for the police who may have killed a man or woman, is that cops are “good guys” and the guy or woman killed is a “bad guy.”  So it seems to me in light of … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter: The threat of systematic violence

As a pastor and an organizer, I do not condone violent protest. But I must join the Charlotte demonstrators in condemning the systemic violence that threatened Mr. Scott’s body long before an officer decided to use lethal force against him. … Continue reading

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McCleary, Separation of Powers, Letter to AG

Today, I delivered a letter to the Washington Attorney General requesting that his office take action to seek a judicial determination as to whether the Washington the Supreme Court violating the Washington State Constitution requiring separation of powers.  Letter to Washington … Continue reading

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Three police officers murdered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

The tragedies continue in the United States, France, Turkey, Pakistan and elsewhere.  I think there is a common denominator. I have been reading the Einstein-Freud Correspondence, Why War? Reading the correspondence again and again, letting objectivity sink in, avoiding easy … Continue reading

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Antonin Scalia, J., United States Supreme Court, Rest in Peace

Justice Antonin Scalia taught us to understand the concept of originalism.  An effort to help us understand why he thought the way he did about the U.S. Constitution.  Also, in the application of his way of looking at the constitution, … Continue reading

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The Ted Cruz Birther Law Suit

A lawyer by the name of Montgomery Blair Sibley has filed suit in federal court in Houston claiming that Ted Cruz is not a citizen of the United States.  He says, it is reported, “It doesn’t matter that he was … Continue reading

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