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One of the key challenges we face as financial planners is dealing with the uncertainties around forecasts and assumptions in the planning process. I like… Continue reading
Government intrusion never works — and it leads to shortages, high prices and missed opportunities.
Undoubtedly you have heard about the new form of money known as digital or “crypto” currencies. It is a fascinating new development in the financial… Continue reading
National Labor Relations Board ruling against ban by Kroger-owned QFC, Fred Meyer
We needed a reminder of the way our country came together after 9/11. We got it from George W. Bush.
Presidents Trump and Biden have given us a powerful tool to bring our country roaring back.
Remembering how American skill contributed mightily to the English war effort.
Americans already toss about 180,000 tons per year, and electric cars are just hitting the scene.
Owner Carolynn Bernard took to GoFundMe in hopes of raising money to make it through the winter.
People need long term care. But the Washington Cares Act might not be the best answer.
The Evergreen state already excels at using renewable energy. What if we added hydrogen to the mix?
Workers cite lack of medical leave, outsourcing and bad-faith negotiations as reason for strike.
Forestry effort would control future wildfires, create jobs and help fight climate change
The joy of bumping around in the small electric vehicles could mean more than family fun
Cheers to the Pacific Northwest power grid for weathering our recent heat wave
Small-time tree farmers are the unsung heroes of our healthy forests
Dave and Buster’s restaurant and entertainment venue opens in downtown Bellevue on Aug. 30 and is now looking to find 130 people to join the… Continue reading
Polluted bodies of water, especially rivers and streams, release nearly 4 billion tons of CO2 every year.
It will take a lot of land to covert the U.S. to 100 percent renewable energy.
Miya Nazzaro used to be a member of Facebook pages that were intended for people to promote and support restaurants around the Seattle area by… Continue reading