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EDITORIAL: WOULD YOU PREFER A BALL POINT PEN SIR OR A SHARE OF STOCK?

February 26, 2009

A writer for American Public Media’s nationally syndicated Marketplace radio show recently put the severity of the current national recession into terms anyone can easily understand.

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EDITORIAL: SNOHOMISH COUNTY'S SLAP IN THE FACE TO TAXPAYERS

February 17, 2009

In a recent Sky Valley Chronicle editorial about a local business owner who is going bankrupt as a result of America’s downward spiraling economy it was noted that most government employees, when compared to private industry workers, live in a rather protected cradle-to-grave employment and benefits fairy tale land.

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EDITORIAL: McCAIN. DID MAINSTREAM MEDIA USE PALIN TO SINK HIS WHITE HOUSE BID?

February 16, 2009

There’s a lot of buzz of late on the radio & TV talk show circuit along the lines of “it was the mainstream media” that did in John McCain’s Presidential aspirations by drop kicking his running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, into the goal post of irrelevancy as far as voters were concerned.

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EDITORIAL: GOVERNMENT LOVES SMALL BUSINESS? GIVE US A BREAK!

February 12, 2009

Late in January Polly Keary, editor/reporter of the Monroe Monitor, a small circulation weekly newspaper covering primarily Monroe news, announced she is going bankrupt.

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EDITORIAL: SATELLITE RADIO. LOUSY IDEA TO BEGIN WITH?

February 12, 2009

Interesting commentary recently by writer John Friedman on Marketwatch who poses the idea that maybe the concept of Satellite radio was flawed to begin with.

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