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We the Governed

  • In the City of SeaTac – Who really controls the city?

    In the City of SeaTac – Who really controls the city?

    “There are two passions which have a powerful influence in the affairs of men. These are ambition and avarice; the love of power, and the love of money. Separately each of these has great force in prompting men to action; but when united in view of the same object, they have in many minds the […] The post In the City of SeaTac – Who really controls the city? first appeared on We the Governed.
  • Catching the Lawbreakers – So many PACs and politicians – never enough time

    Catching the Lawbreakers – So many PACs and politicians – never enough time

    As frequent visitors to this site and viewers on our YouTube channel are aware, I have devoted a bit of free time over the past few years catching and exposing our political class and the special interests that support them for their lawbreaking.  For those who want to know how I started down this road, […] The post Catching the Lawbreakers – So many PACs and politicians – never enough time first appeared on We the Governed.
  • Why I’m endorsing Vivian Eason for Thurston County Commissioner in 2023

    Why I’m endorsing Vivian Eason for Thurston County Commissioner in 2023

    Two Thurston County Commissioner seats are up for election this cycle (2023), the results of which will have a significant impact on the residents of Thurston County (where I live).  In this article I will address the Thurston County Commissioner race in district 4 (my district), and the differences between the two candidates who have […] The post Why I’m endorsing Vivian Eason for Thurston County Commissioner in 2023 first appeared on We the Governed.
  • My Amicus Brief to the Washington State Supreme Court

    My Amicus Brief to the Washington State Supreme Court

    A few weeks ago I filed an Amicus Brief to the Washington State Supreme Court in the State of Washington (Bob Ferguson) v. Tim Eyman persecution case which has been in process for about a decade now. I’ve written about Eyman’s legal woes on occasion over the years (see here), but this Amicus Brief is […] The post My Amicus Brief to the Washington State Supreme Court first appeared on We the Governed.

Let’s Go Washington

Southwest Washington Education (K-12)

  • Funny classroom stories from teachers

    Funny classroom stories from teachers

    So often we deal with difficult and challenging issues in K-12 education. Life, death, struggles with mental disorders, disabilities…so many heavyweight issues. Today it’s time to bring some levity and laughter to the forefront. Enjoy these funny classroom incidents and stories… Here are stories from teachers. The original can be found at Readers Digest. Just […]
  • Homeschoolers May Need Less Instructional Time than Traditional School Students

    Homeschoolers May Need Less Instructional Time than Traditional School Students

    HSLDA – Steven Duvall Summary A recent study by HSLDA’s Director of Research, Stephen Duvall, PhD, found that the efficiency of the homeschool environment can allow for more learning in less time. His findings suggest that 3rd and 4th grade homeschool students can spend as little as 2–3 hours daily in academic pursuits and make the same […]
  • The Strangest Secret

    The Strangest Secret

    One in 20 of you reading this message will take the time to listen to the video. It will take 31 minutes of your time to change your life. The other 95% will find reasons not to invest the time. What do I get if you listen to the message? The knowledge that you improved […]
  • Those opposing education reform are on wrong side of history

    Those opposing education reform are on wrong side of history

    Today’s article comes from Chris Cargill in a story published at The Mountain States Policy Center. Give it a read and then ask yourself where you stand about the need to change K-12 education in Washington State. I was recently invited to speak at the City Club in Boise on education policy and the ideas […]

Clark County Republican Women

Clark County
Republican Headquarters

2702 NE 114th Ave, Suite 4
Vancouver, WA 98684

Mailing Address:
PO Box 205
Vancouver, WA 98666

Melissa Parmeter, Manager

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Phone: (360) 695-1609

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