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Posted from Seattle, WA on November 13, 2017 I am running another ad in the Seattle Times November 14, 2017 against the Trump Wall, shown above. Also, I visited the border country in the lower Rio Grande valley in 2015.  Here is the blog I did, “We...

Posted from Seattle, WA on Sept. 4 2017   I'm running an ad in the Seattle Times Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 that attempts to draw attention to the fact that the border wall is predicated on a mischaracterization. It's not on the border, it's far on the...

Posted from Seattle, WA on August 14, 2017   I'm running an ad in the Seattle Times Tuesday, August 15, 2017 that attempts to draw attention to the massive land giveaway that is the border wall.  It also makes a note of the wall's collision with the...

Posted from Seattle, WA on May 19, 2017   I will be running the ad shown above in the Seattle Times A-section on Tuesday, May 23, 2017.   If I were reading the ad the first thing I would like to know is where the citation for the opening...

Posted from Seattle on Nov. 29, 2016 The text of the ad reads: In an often-repeated unconstitutional property-rights abuse, the Dakota Access pipeline owner was gifted with the kingly power of eminent domain to take land from unwilling Americans. This subsidy unlevels the playing field, & distorts...

Posted October 9, 2016 from Seattle, WA I’m running an ad for Initiaitive 732 on Sunday, today  in the A—section of the Seattle Times. For more information on I-732, here is the campaign’s website: Yes on I-732 YES ON I-732 Act NOW on climate change...

Posted September 8, 2016 from Seattle, WA I’m running an ad for Initiaitive 732 on Sunday, Sept. 10 in the A—section of the Seattle Times.   For more information on I-732, here is the campaign’s website: Yes on I-732 YES ON I-732 Act NOW on climate...

Posted from Seattle,WA on August 15, updated August 18 & 25, 2016 The ad shown below should appear in the Sunday, August 25th A-section of the Seattle Times.  It advocates a yes on I-732 as a "middle path." I ran the following ad tomorrow Tuesday August 16...

Posted May 23, 2016 from Seattle, WA   I’m running a low-rise ad, shown above, in the Seattle Times on Tuesday May 24, 2016 that should appear in the A-section.  The ad singles out Oregon but is implicitly critical of the movement of DoTs nationally, including US...

Posted May 8, 2016 from Seattle, WA “Tolls are here to stay” wrote the Editors of the Seattle Times last Saturday, May 7.  I say: Don’t be so sure!  Tolls have made their spectacular advance partly because we the public and our leaders haven’t  really thought  them...

We tend to think of atrocities against Native Americans as tragic but mostly a thing of the distant past,  but they are happening in real time right now in Latin America, particularly Honduras where the eloquent and tireless Native Lenca-tribal leader Berta Caceres was killed on...

Posted March 14, 2016 from Seattle, Washington   My ad shown above should appear in the Tuesday March 15 A-section of the Seattle Times. It is meant to help draw more attention to the murder of Berta Caceres on the night of March 3, 2016, who was an...

Posted Nov. 12, 2015 from Seattle, WA Ed is expecting that the above ad will run in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Sunday, November 14, 2015. The painful, awful thing about politics is taking a stand that you know will annoy wonderful &  good people...

Help Stop “WRECKREATION”  in Seattle's GREENSPACES! Keep Cheasty Protected for Wildlife Habitat, Biodiversity and low-impact recreation! Protect, Preserve, and Enhance this important natural resource habitat in Southeast Seattle –the most diverse neighborhood in Seattle.   Friends of Cheasty (FOC), an activist neighborhood group for over 35 years, works to enhance and...

Posted Sept. 21, 2015 from Seattle,WA; updated Oct 5, 2015 I ran an ad in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Tuesday Sept. 22, 2015, that presents my belief that the green position on the upcoming Seattle Transportation Levy is No.  I'm running it again...

Posted from Seattle August 12, 2015 The Atacama Desert in SW Peru gets the same total of rainfall every year:  none.   With no rainfall lately--  (Newsflash: Until today right now at noon!!! A thunderstorm no less! PS.: at 1 pm:  It didn't produce rain here on Beacon...

Proofreading error in March 31 Seattle Times ad:  The hole should be no bigger than 7/8".  Sorry!   Posted March 30, 2015 from Seattle, WA. A bit ahead of schedule, like everything else this spring, the Violet-green Swallows are now arriving in Seattle.  The Barn Swallows should follow suit in...

Proofreading error in March 31 Seattle Times ad:  The hole should be no bigger than 7/8".  Sorry! Posted March 30, 2015 from Seattle, WA. A bit ahead of schedule, like everything else this spring, the Violet-green Swallows are now arriving in Seattle.  The Barn Swallows should follow suit in...

Posted Feb 7, 2015 from Seattle WA See Feb 10 Seattle Time ad at bottom of page. Environmental Impact Statements play different roles at different times.  If a private party owned Cheasty and wanted to build there, the EIS that was written would be ok.  We just...

Posted January 19, 2015 from Seattle,WA I ran an ad in the Jan 20, 2015 eidition of the  Seattle Times which appeared in the  A-section.  I apologize for using an unexplained acrynym, PAT in the last sentence.  Scroll down to the end for the explanation of that.  Scroll...

Posted Nov 10, 2014, from Seattle WA. Seattle Wildlife Artist Ed Newbold is running his nix wind and ethanol/tax the fuel trains ad again, in the Nov 11 Seattle Times news section.  Ed is delighted that the tax-the-trains idea is gaining momentum and now--when voters seem to...