Before coming to work at the Freedom Foundation, Matthew worked at the Washington State Department of Agriculture, where he supervised and helped coordinate efforts between federal and state agencies, tribes, and volunteer organizations around the Puget Sound.
The year's he spent volunteering with grassroots politics has provided Matthew with many unique and sometimes controversial experiences. Some of those experiences range from successfully working to build coalitions between different factions to training and organizing volunteers to maximize their effectiveness.
If you get the chance to speak with Matthew, you will immediately notice his passion for freedom and work to educate the public about their Constitutional rights.
Washington’s Spokane County is on the front-line regarding government transparency. Not only have county officials successfully concluded negotiations with the …
Second-graders in Bellevue were back in class and teachers resumed live virtual instruction on Tuesday, but only after their union …
Every year, the Freedom Foundation teams up with old St. Nick to bring smiles to good public employees’ faces by sharing information about how they can opt out of their union and keep more of their hard-earned money in their own pocket.
A growing number of small business owners in the Pacific Northwest have had enough of our governors destroying people’s livelihoods, economic security and mental and emotional well-being with their unconstitutional lockdowns and isolation orders.
A Spokane appeals court judge on Sept. 18 issued what should have been a decisive ruling in Lincoln County’s four-year struggle to open contract talks between the commissioners and unions representing county employees to public scrutiny.
A lawsuit and motion for preliminary injunction filed on Oct. 1 by five Skamania County business owners challenging Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s lingering COVID-19 restrictions will be heard and decided in part, tomorrow, Friday, Oct. 30.
Nothing should surprise anyone this crazy year, but who would have thought Santa Claus would be in court to defend …