Ruling Would Allow Group to Inform Members of Their Right to Opt Out
Usually, the best way to discredit a bad idea is to break it down into its individual components, analyzing their weaknesses one by one. And since there are few ideas worse than the notion that someone else’s income should be—or can be—distributed more “fairly,” let’s examine a passionate but facile attempt to do just that by Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large.
Ask someone who’s currently retired and they’ll recall that being a government employee used to mean trading higher pay in the private sector for the promise of increased job security with the government.
Plaintiff Demands Initiatives be Placed on February Ballot
At the 2014 Washington State School Directors Association, “Legislative Assembly” hundreds of elected school board members met to consider proposals …