Fire Doug #6 / Facebook post, Noisy Waters Northwest

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Click the graphic to access the December 2, 2015 edition of Cascadia Weekly where you can find The Gristle column referred to in this post

August 31, 2018  Dena Jensen

The Day 6 Doug’s Got to Go post shows Republican Senator Doug Ericksen has consistently been fighting for years to promote more carbon producing projects while fighting against measures that would initiate state-wide steps to discourage the use of fossil fuels. Continue reading

Fire Doug #4 / Facebook post, Noisy Waters Northwest

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Click the graphic to access the Oct/Nov 2013 Whatcom Watch article “How Property Rights Can Become Property Wrongs”

August 29, 2018  Dena Jensen

Here’s the Day 4 Doug’s Got to Go post. This one should be filed in the “Company He Keeps” category. In an Oct/Nov 2013 article in the Whatcom Watch, Sandy was talking about a forum for the Gateway Pacific coal terminal held back in 2011 that was hosted by the ultra-conservative Northwest Business Club, which an infamously anti-tribal-treaty-rights member of our community, Ron Reimer, was emceeing. Senator Ericksen was one of four featured panelists at that event, including a notably anti-tribal-treaty rights radio host, Dick Donohue of KGMI. Continue reading

Fire Doug #2 / Facebook post, Noisy Waters Northwest

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Click the graphic to access the August 8, 2015 blog post, “Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen Fails to Protect Farms and Businesses”

August 27, 2018  Dena Jensen

Day 2 of the Count-down to Ousting Doug. Here’s something Republican State Senator Doug Ericksen did three years ago (back in 2015) that helped serve to perpetuate toxic threats, such as those from asbestos, to our waters.  Continue reading

Post Primary Parting Shots / Corky Nouveau

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Click the image to access the latest Whatcom County August 7, 2018 primary election results

August 11, 2018  Corky Nouveau

The primaries were more intense than any I can remember, but my involvement doesn’t go back very far, just to 2014, when I volunteered for that quixotic carpetbagger Seth Fleetwood. No doubt the Repubs have measured Pinky’s proximity to the 42nd line down to the inch. Kudos for Tim Ballew II’s rapid endorsement of his running partner.   Continue reading