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August 31, 2004

Kentucky Man Faces Charges For Killing Bear - Lexington Herald-Leader/Liberty Matters

Junk Science: Climate models prove unreliable, says scientists - US Newswire/Liberty Matters

August 30, 2004

Update on a National Shame: Man sentenced for wetlands violation where no wetlands exists - WND, LMNS

August 28, 2004

Bush: Consider Landowners on Environment - AP

Admiral speaks out, disputes Kerry's account of 1st wound -Robert Novak, Chicago Sun-Times

Women's Club shares information about educational system after candidates speak by Carrie Riplinger

Second judge strikes down late-term abortion ban -Seattle Times

Wheels in the sky - NASA, Boeing want to ease traffic with flying cars - SF Examiner

In Our View: U.S. Senate Race - Reed Davis gets endorsement - The Columbian

August 24, 2004

"Take the Survey" TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.

Debate raises issues about Washington State's education by Carrie Riplinger

Why is Al Gore in Oregon? by Rodney Stubbs for News with Views

High-density housing plan in Magnolia stirs protest -Seattle Times

Census label pushes Lake Chelan towns to the edge -The News Tribune

Eagle Broadband Security Awarded $1.6 Million Contract for Remote Video Surveillance System for Government-Owned Housing Units - TMC Net

Forum gathers home schools - State laws, models discussed at event - The Olympian

August 23, 2004

Marysville mill sold to Interfor of Canada - The Daily Herald

Do students really win with our WASL? Opinion, Bremerton Sun

Congress Must Get Us out of UNESCO. Again!
Opinion by Tom DeWeese for ChronWatch

August 22, 2004

Bush eyes major tax-code overhaul -The Olympian

Florida Congressman says nix foreign election observers - News with Views

August 21, 2004

Idaho: Pumpers look to CREP for help - Ag Weekly

Voter registration deadline nears - News Tribune

August 19, 2004

Sheriff Warns Hage of Possible Cattle Confiscation and Arrest - News Release

Battle Ground slams growth plan - Planners worry about 'sprawl' while citizens express concern about jobs, homes - The Columbian

THE ENVIRONMENT, GOVERNMENT, & CORRUPTION a synopsis of a speech by Jim Beers

August 16, 2004

Transit Villages are a Throwback to Medieval Society by Michael Park, Advance Bulletin

Clallam County Port News: Local residents object to port's proposed sale of land to timber company

August 13, 2004

Sustainable Development or Liberty? Part 2 - Tom DeWeese for News with Views

Sustainable Development, Agenda 21 and Prince Charles by Joan Veon for News with Views

Sodium draining begins at FFTF - Support for using the reactor to make radioactive isotopes for new nuclear medicine procedures to more efficiently kill cancer cells ignored - Tri Cities Herald

Washington Farm Bureau Newswatch

August 11, 2004

Bush considers income tax alternative - Idea for national sales levy comes up at informal session - Seattle P-I

Settlement reached in foster care class action lawsuit - King 5 News

County told to redo plan to save farms -News Tribune

Hood Canal Bridge cable breaks; engineers assessing extent of misalignment for drawspan, but road traffic unaffected - PDN

Dairy farmers are 1st to sell development-rights to county -Bellingham Herald

August 9, 2004

At Last, Property Rights Victory! by Henry Lamb for News with Views

Michigan Court defends the Constitution - TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.

Where truth is told - Freedom 21 meets in Reno by Joyce Morrison, Illinois Leader

Traffic Calming: A Nightmare for Americans - it's not just physically hazardous - it harms our way of life as well - by Susanna Lynton Jennings for Advance Bulletin

Hood Canal fishing closure made permanent by state commission - PDN

August 8, 2004

Elwha dam removal gets final go-ahead - First big dam to come down - Seattle Times

Tacoma attorney files at last minute to run for Congress against Dicks - PDN

IRS targets conservation easements - Sublette Examiner

Nethercutt makes Wild Sky campaign issue - King 5 News

Staff shortage threatens system - The lack of personnel is rising to a crisis level, U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks says - Bremerton Sun

Area Irrigation Rationing Bumped Up to 86 Percent - Yakima Herald-Republic

Big cat keeps farm wary - A cougar has been prowling an Arlington farm and has killed two goats so far - The Daily Herald

August 7, 2004

Brinnon: Gaining water right is `sticking point' to public system, community members told - Peninsula Daily News

Council obliged to achieve fairness - Fluoridation proponents short signatures to go on ballot due to wrong information - Spokesman-Review

Washington surprised by crazy weather - Traffic King captured various areas around town impacted by standing water in roadways - King 5 News

Damaged trails get boost from windfall - Residents still concerned about shrinking budget for trail maintenance - Methow Valley News

August 6, 2004

UNCLE SAM'S REALITY by Henry Lamb for News with Views

Endangered birds interfere with highway project - King 5 News

'Sustainable Development' the evil facing America Part 1 by Tom DeWeese for News with Views

August 2, 2004

Michigan: Poletown seizures are ruled unlawful - State Supreme Court restricts government rights to take land - Detroit Free Press

Foes vow court fight over land-use rules - Seattle Times

Who is Teresa Heinz Kerry? by Doug Fiedor, Fedor Report on the News

Widening of U.S. 95 likely to be delayed - Sierra Club allowed to air appeal - Las Vegas Sun

Local Brothers Released to Parents - by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

August 1, 2004

Reno, Nevada: Presidential Candidates top Freedom 21 Conference - eco-logic/Powerhouse

Go Forth and Multiply: Flourish with Freedom - By Floy Lilley from the Freedom 21 Conference in Reno, Nevada published in eco-logic Powerhouse

Conservation easement along 30 miles of Hoh River makes some valley residents edgy - PDN

Rolling back government would help people regain their independence - TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.

Candidates for state office jam ballots - One-party primary voting system means many incumbents will not face challengers -The Bellingham Herald

Democrat Platform Reveals Party as Radically Anti-Life/Anti-Family -By Austin Ruse as published in eco-logic Powerhouse

Interior chief defends policies -The News Tribune

Portland, Oregon: Plan would raise parking fees - TriMet's financing for the proposed Interstate 205 light-rail line includes $1.25 an hour meter rates until 7 p.m. - The Oregonian


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