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"Science and Faith: Are They Really in Conflict?"
Featuring Stephen Meyer, John Lennox, and Eric Metaxas
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 21, 2014

Re-establishing GOP as party of freedom, opportunity
By: Scott S. Powell
Union-Tribune San Diego
April 9, 2014

The Case for High-Information Trading
The SEC can help level the playing field by letting companies release more details about their operations in real time.
By: L. Gordon Crovitz
Wall Street Journal
April 6, 2014

Hollywood Hates Humans
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
April 4, 2014

The Voluntarism Fantasy?
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
April 2, 2014

GOP Needs To Rebrand Itself To Build A Lasting Majority
By: Scott S. Powell
Investor's Business Daily
March 28, 2014

NOAH'S War on Humans
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
March 28, 2014

The Next Logical Step
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
March 27, 2014

Yes, Putin has Allies
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 24, 2014

Ball State’s intelligent design controversy re-emerges
By: Russ Pulliam
The Indianapolis Star
March 21, 2014

Living Inside-Out
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 21, 2014

Drawing battle lines in "The War on Humans"
By: Grace Richardson
World
March 19, 2014

How to Sell Death
By: John Burger
The Catholic World Report
March 18, 2014

Book Review: 'Knowledge and Power' by George Gilder
Economists as far back as Adam Smith have undervalued entrepreneurs—the restless, inventive, job-creating engines of the economy.
By: Matthew Rees
Wall Street Journal
March 17, 2014

Why Capitalism Works
By: George Gilder
Prager University
March 12, 2014

Do Centrioles Generate a Polar Ejection Force?
By: Jonathan Wells
Rivista Biologia
March 12, 2014

Letter from Indiana Legislators to Ball State University
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 11, 2014

Legislators Demand Answers about Intelligent Design Ban at Ball State University
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 11, 2014

Responses to Criticisms of Icons of Evolution
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2014

"Forgiveness Sunday" Opens the Door to Orthodox Lent
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 7, 2014

Responses to Criticisms of The Edge of Evolution
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
March 6, 2014

Oil, Gas and Failed US Foreign Policy
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 4, 2014

Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How it is Revolutionizing our World
By: Rev. Johannes Jacobse
Acton Institute Religion & Liberty
February 28, 2014

These 28 quotes may completely change your perspective on economics
By: Benjamin Weingarten
The Blaze
February 27, 2014

Losing Human Dignity: An Interview with Wesley J. Smith
By: Kathryn Jean Lopez
National Review
February 25, 2014

The War on Humans
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 21, 2014

On Darwin’s Birthday Big Fossil Find Deepens His Dilemma, says New York Times Bestselling Author of Darwin’s Doubt
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 12, 2014

5 Christian Arguments Left Out of the Ken Ham, Bill Nye Debate
By: Tyler O'Niel
Christian Post
February 7, 2014

Preventing (Some) Suicides
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 7, 2014

ObamaCare Disaster May Deliver Mortal Blow To Liberalism
By: Scott S. Powell
Investor's Business Daily
February 6, 2014

Relationships and the War on Poverty
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
February 4, 2014

From Chaos to Order: Healthcare Reform in the Digital Age
By: Scott S. Powell
Canada Free Press
January 31, 2014

My Predictions in Bioethics Right Again!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
January 28, 2014

The Holy Water Flowers
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 24, 2014

Mark Zuckerberg, Philanthropist
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
January 20, 2014

We Hear Fed's 'Mission Accomplished' but It's Not Over
No monetary policy can be reckoned a success until we have accounted for all of its costs.
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
January 20, 2014

Separating The "Haves" From The "Have Yachts" On Wall Street
By: Timothy Spangler
Forbes
January 20, 2014

Roe v. Wade’s Toxic Fruit
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Right to Life News
January 16, 2014

Get Ready for a Busy 2014 in Bioethics
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
January 15, 2014

Reflections on the Jahi McMath Tragedy
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 10, 2014

Editorial: Snohomish County’s astute purchase of rail corridor
Snohomish County’s purchase of an 11-mile section of rail corridor from the Port of Seattle is on track to provide recreational and freight options.
By: Seattle Times Editorial
Seattle Times
December 30, 2013

The Suicide Juggernaut
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
December 30, 2013

The Personhood Pincer
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 27, 2013

The Book That Predicted Obamacare's Failure -- And America's Rebirth
By: Bret Swanson
Forbes
December 24, 2013

L.A. Museum of Natural History caves to pressure, removes reference to God
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 18, 2013

Habeas Chimpanzee
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
December 16, 2013

Christian Persecution Worldwide
A historic rise just in time for Christmas
By: Bruce Chapman
The American Spectator
December 15, 2013

Progressive group claims chimpanzees are like African Americans in bizarre lawsuit
By: Neil Munro
Daily Caller
December 14, 2013

Have Mercy on Clarence Aaron
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 13, 2013

Knowledge and Power (and Surprise)
By: Cato Institute Daily Podcast
The Cato Institute
December 12, 2013

The Fed’s Scandalous Monetary Policy
Rock-bottom interest rates are the great enabler of Washington overspending
By: Scott S. Powell
The Washington Times
December 8, 2013

Doctors Disappear
The Unaffordable Care Act comes through.
By: Jonathan Witt
The American Spectator
December 5, 2013

The Political Has Become Too Personal
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 29, 2013

Roosevelt-Roosevelt 2014
Here comes Ken Burns.
By: Bruce Chapman
The American Spectator
November 27, 2013

Entrepreneurs can save their communities
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
November 27, 2013

Logged Out
Problems with the Tree of Life
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
November 25, 2013

Yellen Should Answer Tough Questions Before Getting Fed Job
By: Scott S. Powell
Investor's Business Daily
November 20, 2013

Belgium’s Culture of Death
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
November 20, 2013

"Faked Labor Numbers" Story is Weak
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
November 19, 2013

The Costs of Health Care Failure
By: George Gilder
Forbes Magazine
November 18, 2013

Let JFK RIP? It's Complicated
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 15, 2013

Obama & Shade of Government Shutdown
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
November 14, 2013

Buy 1, Get 3 Free!
By: Tori Richards
Watchdog. Org
November 6, 2013

America needs local parks
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
November 4, 2013

Knowing All the Way
By: Steve Forbes
American Spectator
November 1, 2013

The V-Word Is as Bad as the N-Word
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 1, 2013

To Avoid Debate--Castigate!
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
October 31, 2013

The Big, Positive Change Coming In Economics
By: Steve Forbes
Forbes Magazine
October 30, 2013

The Catty Dr. Coyne
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
October 29, 2013

Silk Road Odyssey: A Future for Islam Lite?
Travels from Stan to Stan to Stan, during the shutdown.
By: John Wohlstetter
American Spectator
October 29, 2013

Neuroscience gets passionate about emotional animals
By: Michael Cook
Bioedge
October 26, 2013

Heckler's Veto: Latest Tool To Suppress Dissent From Darwinism On College Campuses
By: Casey Luskin
The College Fix
October 24, 2013

Report: Altering law benefits state
Landline directive at issue for AT&T
By: Timothy Boone
The Advocate
October 22, 2013

The War on Humans
By: Rebecca Taylor
Creative Minority Report
October 18, 2013

The Grim Good of Animal Research
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
October 18, 2013

Scott Powell: Debt ceiling theater of the absurd
By: Scott S. Powell
San Jose Mercury News
October 15, 2013

Debt ceiling theater of the absurd: Column
Government continues to kick financial worries down the road.
By: Scott S. Powell
USA Today
October 11, 2013

Obama's Goat
By: Bruce Chapman
American Spectator
October 10, 2013

The Federal Shutdown as Sideshow to the Debt Problem
A simple reversion to average interest rates for debt would more than triple U.S. debt service costs to $750 billion annually.
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
October 10, 2013

UC Irvine students decry evolution-only science, sponsor intelligent design talk
By: Lauren Shepherd
The College Fix
October 8, 2013

A new chapter for urbanism?
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
October 7, 2013

The Biological Colonialism of the Rich
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
October 4, 2013

For Your Information
Let us now praise George Gilder.
By: William Tucker
The American Spectator
October 4, 2013

Human Exceptionalism in the Grocery Cart
By: Cathy Cleaver Ruse
Daily Caller
October 1, 2013

Another View: Government's actions propel financial crises
By: Scott S. Powell
Des Moines Register
September 30, 2013

Now is the Time to Stop Three-Parent IVF
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
September 27, 2013

Has Science Shown That We Evolved from Ape-like Creatures?
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo magazine
September 26, 2013

I’d rather be in Fort Wayne to Read the Daily Newspaper Than in Detroit
By: Howard Chapman
News Sentinel
September 18, 2013

Why George Gilder is Right about the Role Entrepreneurs Play in Driving the Economy
By: Tom Alberg
GeekWire
September 18, 2013

Darwinism and Materialism: They Sink or Swim Together
By: Tom Bethell
American Spectator
September 18, 2013

The Behind The Scenes Cronyism That Helped Plant The Seeds Of The Financial Crisis
By: Jay Richards
Forbes
September 13, 2013

The Real Problem with the Housing Market
By: Jay Richards
Reuters TV
September 13, 2013

Intelligent Design Group Demands that Ball State University Investigate Class for Teaching that “Science Must Destroy Religion
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 10, 2013

Euthanized Patients a New Source of Organ Donations in Belgium
By: Xavier Symons
Bioedge
September 7, 2013

The Case That Destroyed Marriage
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
September 6, 2013

The Case That Destroyed Marriage
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
September 6, 2013

What 2016 GOPers Need: Knowledge and Power
By: Joshua Gilder
U.S. News
September 3, 2013

RICHARDS: Five years of financial denial
By: Jay Richards
The Washington Times
September 1, 2013

Too Much Government, Not Too Little, Caused Great Recession
By: Scott S. Powell
Investor's Business Daily
August 30, 2013

Understanding capitalism and fading college affordability
By: Scott S. Powell
Detroit News
August 29, 2013

George Gilder Is Optimistic That We're Due For A Surprising Leader
By: Jerry Bowyer
Forbes
August 28, 2013

While There's A Lot That's Unfair, How Can You Be Grumpy Living In the U.S.?
By: Howard Chapman
News Sentinel
August 26, 2013

Jerry Brown Refuses to Scramble Eggs
By: The Scrapbook
Weekly Standard
August 26, 2013

Bureaucracy Lives!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
August 26, 2013

Book TV at FreedomFest: George Gilder, "Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How It Is Revolutionizing Our World"
By: Book TV
C-SPAN2
August 25, 2013

Darwinian Dictates
By: Casey Luskin
WORLD Magazine
August 23, 2013

A Contemporary Review of the Trial of Jesus
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 23, 2013

George Gilder Explains Why Stock Markets Have Devolved Into A World Of Noise
By: Jerry Bowyer
Forbes
August 21, 2013

Gestational Serfs
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
August 21, 2013

Infiltrated Officially a Best Seller
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
August 19, 2013

George Gilder Has A Very Big, Economy Boosting Idea
By: Jerry Bowyer
Forbes
August 14, 2013

Dissent of Man
A review of Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False, by Thomas Nagel and Darwin's Ghosts: The Secret History of Evolution, by Rebecca Stott
By: John G. West
Claremont Review of Books
August 12, 2013

The Anti-Science Canard
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 9, 2013

Gilder: This Is a Golden Age for Content
By: Bloomberg West
Bloomberg TV
August 6, 2013

The Case That Destroyed Marriage
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 6, 2013

The Case That Destroyed Marriage
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 6, 2013

Surprise and Creativity
Notes toward a new economics
By: George Gilder
The Weekly Standard
August 5, 2013

George Gilder Almost Made Me Cry
Knowledge and Power, August Book of the Month
By: Pastor Douglas Wilson
Real Clear Religion
August 2, 2013

George Gilder Is Back with a New Book
By: Rich Karlgaard
Forbes India
August 2, 2013

Ball State University President Imposes Gag Order on Scientists Supportive of Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 1, 2013

A Spiritual Giant Addresses the Key Issue of Unemployment
By: Scott S. Powell
Sun Sentinel
July 30, 2013

How Obama’s Data Dragnet Harms America Worldwide
By: John R. Miller
The American Conservative
July 29, 2013

Streaming the Ancient Faith
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 26, 2013

The Scandal of Computer Security
By: George Gilder
WIRED
July 25, 2013

What Inspires Me
When I Realized Fathers Really Do Know Best
By: Ron Baker
Linkedin Blog
July 23, 2013

George Gilder’s Knowledge and Power
By: Ben Shapiro
Frontpage Mag
July 19, 2013

Information, the Entrepreneur, and George Gilder's New Economic Thinking
By: Arnold Kling
The American, AEI
July 17, 2013

More Privacy and More Sunlight
By: John Wohlstetter
Family Security Matters
July 16, 2013

Obesity Fight an International Disease
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 12, 2013

How To Think about Egypt's Revolutions
Not all democracies are created equal.
By: John Wohlstetter
National Review Online
July 11, 2013

Don't Look Now: Big Brothers are Watching
The NSA isn't the only agency watching us. The new Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has the power to get your financial information - and share it with any government agency.
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
July 9, 2013

Darwin’s Doubt
By: Frank Turek
Townhall.com
July 9, 2013

Interview: George Gilder on Knowledge and Power
By: Ed Driscoll
PJ Media
July 2, 2013

More than 7,000 Petition Ball State University to Protect Academic Freedom of Professor Eric Hedin
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 2, 2013

Letter to Ball State University Board of Trustees about Prof. Eric Hedin
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
July 1, 2013

Letter to Ball State University President about Prof. Eric Hedin
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
July 1, 2013

The Materialists’ Rapture
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
June 28, 2013

Gilder's Triumph: Knowledge And Power
By: Rich Karlgaard
Forbes
June 26, 2013

Coming Next, an Obama-Corps for America’s Youth
The elitists meeting in Aspen are concocting their latest effort at social engineering.
By: Bruce Chapman
American Spectator
June 25, 2013

Poverty and philanthropy in the suburbs
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
June 19, 2013

The Essential George Gilder Explains How Economies Work
By: John Tamny
Forbes
June 16, 2013

A Pro-Abortion Reversal of Roe?
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
June 14, 2013

Skousen Cafe: The Rise of Interest Rates: What it Really Means
By: Mark Skousen
Human Events
June 13, 2013

George Gilder Thankfully Returns, Bearing Knowledge And Power
By: Ralph Benko
Forbes
June 10, 2013

Census Nominee’s Full Plate
By: Carl Bialik
The Wall Street Journal
June 8, 2013

Background Information on Professor Eric Hedin, Ball State University, & Academic Freedom
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 6, 2013

About "Discovering Intelligent Design," the New Intelligent Design Curriculum
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 6, 2013

Human Cloning is Here
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
June 6, 2013

The Time Has Come to Outlaw Human Cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 31, 2013

The Scandal of Computer Security
By: George Gilder
Discovery News
May 30, 2013

The Arrival of Human Cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
May 27, 2013

Discovering Intelligent Design
A Journey Into the Scientific Evidence
By: Kemper, Gary, Hallie Kemper, Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute Press
May 22, 2013

Eggs for Sale?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
May 20, 2013

Euphemisms as Political Manipulation
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 17, 2013

The Ethical Slippery Slope of Assisted Suicide
By: Dr. Anthony Vigil
Health Policy Solutions
May 15, 2013

Building a Bigger Nonprofit Sector
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
May 7, 2013

A No-Amortization Teaser Mortgage on the Economy
Letter to the Editor
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
May 5, 2013

An attack on academic freedom?
By: Michael Cook
Bioedge
May 4, 2013

The Coercive Freedom of Choice
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 3, 2013

Gosnell Not An Abberation
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
May 3, 2013

Medicinal Murder
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 1, 2013

Crime and the Nanny State
By: Jonathan Witt
American Spectator
April 30, 2013

Democrats are inviting trouble over education reform
One of the nation's biggest teachers' groups has just attacked Democrats for Education Reform. Is the party itself pushing people who want to improve schools into the Republican camp?
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
April 26, 2013

Local Philanthropy: Humboldt County, California-Style
By: Hans Zeiger
Philanthropy Daily
April 23, 2013

Normalize U.S. Economy
By: Scott S. Powell
The Philadelphia Inquirer
April 22, 2013

Redford's Untimely Terror Reminiscence
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
April 20, 2013

Face Reality of Radicalization
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
April 19, 2013

The Human Egg Rush
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
April 19, 2013

Health Costs Will Never Be Contained
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
April 15, 2013

Liverpool Care Pathway: The Road to Backdoor Euthanasia
By: Wesley J. Smith
Human Life Review
April 11, 2013

See Little Evil Media Bias
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
April 5, 2013

Bioethicist Rejects So-Called Reforms To Futile Care Laws
By: Texas Right to Life
Texas Right to Life
April 1, 2013

Defining Torture Down
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
April 1, 2013

Birth control pretext for destroying religious liberty
By: Wesley J. Smith
Legatus Magazine
April 1, 2013

Long Live the Urban Courtyard!
Courtyards aren't just for the wealthy - or European. Why Seattle developers should hop on the courtyard train to make private, serene urban spaces a possibility for all.
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
March 26, 2013

Billy Wilder on the Purpose of Business
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 22, 2013

Portman D'oh
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 22, 2013

State examines rail plan, advocates lobby for new Amtrak stop in Blaine
By: Brandy Kiger Shreve
The Northern Light
March 20, 2013

Seeking Donor to Democratize Seattle's Forgotten Art
A wealth of works owned by local museums like SAM and MOHAI never see the light of day. Let's try lending them to schools, libraries and other community centers so they can be appreciated.
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
March 17, 2013

Chinese 'Hackers' Is a Misnomer. They're Spies.
The U.S. is under cyber attack from a hostile regime. Forceful American digital counterattacks are in order.
By: John Wohlstetter
Wall Street Journal
March 12, 2013

Backed Into a Corner
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
March 8, 2013

Everyday Saints and Other Stories
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 8, 2013

Foul Speech Now the Norm in White House?
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 1, 2013

Railway advocates gather in Woodinville
By: Don Mann
The Woodinville Weekly
February 28, 2013

Thank you for continued interest in the Eastside Rail Corridor
By: Karen Guzak
The Snohomish TImes
February 27, 2013

City officials take issue with businessman's vision of tasting train through Kirkland
By: Raechel Dawsaon
Kirkland Reporter
February 27, 2013

A Man Who Shaped Our World
A Review of The King Of Infinite Space by David Berlinski
By: Laura J. Snyder
Wall Street Journal
February 23, 2013

Euthanasia's Euphemisms
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 22, 2013

Obama Doubles Down on Nuclear Disarmament
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
February 21, 2013

Inslee names adviser to Oregon governor as new transportation chief
By: Andrew Garber and Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
February 19, 2013

Here's Looking at Euclid
Why geometry matters in the life of the mind.
By: David Guaspari
The Weekly Standard
February 18, 2013

Not a Real Olive Branch
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
February 18, 2013

The Push to Normalize Polyamory Begins
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
February 17, 2013

Kirkland Mayor Appointed to Eastside Rail Council
By: Staff
Kirkland Patch
February 12, 2013

Activists want Snohomish-Bellevue rail line to stay
By: Bill Sheets
Everett Herald
February 11, 2013

Suit Against S&P Looks Suspiciously Political
By: Scott S. Powell
Investors Business Daily
February 11, 2013

Discovery's Science Education Policy
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 11, 2013

NY Times' "Unlikely Ally": Intelligent Design
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
February 8, 2013

Happy-Face Statism
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 8, 2013

Low Rates, the Federal Reserve and the Slow Economy
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
February 7, 2013

Slippery slopes: Can we mudproof Northwest rail?
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
January 29, 2013

Rail or Trail? Eastsiders gather in Woodinville to sip wine and talk trains
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
January 28, 2013

Technological Transition of the Nation's Communications Infrastructure
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
January 28, 2013

Environmentalism's Deep Misanthropy
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 25, 2013

The Evangelical Voter
By: John G. West
First Things
January 23, 2013

Eastside Rail Corridor: Maximizing opportunities
By: Jane Hague and Larry Phillips
Bellevue Reporter
January 18, 2013

Gilder to Moneynews: Obama's Anti-American Policies Have Trapped 'US' in Fiscal Swamp
By: Kathleen Walter and Dan Weil
Moneynews
January 18, 2013

Debt Ceiling Should Be More About Numbers Than Politics
By: Scott S. Powell
San Diego Union Tribune
January 18, 2013

Gravel Trail in Kirkland a milestone for Eastside Rail Corridor
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
January 17, 2013

2013 Will Be a Contentious Year in Bioethics
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
January 16, 2013

Violence & Tinseltown
Does film violence generate school shootings?....
By: John Wohlstetter
Letter From the Capitol
January 15, 2013

The Coming Public Conflict Over Human Cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 11, 2013

Discovery Institute Announces 2013 Intelligent Design Summer Science Seminars
Applications being accepted through April 15, 2013
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 9, 2013

On Human Exceptionalism
We Are Unique Beings That Warrant Special Moral Value
By: Gregg Henriques, Ph.D.
Psychology Today
January 3, 2013

I Am Cassandra
By: Wesley J. Smith
To the Source
January 3, 2013

Old and Worn Out? Why Not Suicide
By: Ken Connor
Townhall
January 2, 2013

Kentucky Telecom Law Needs Update
By: Hance Haney and George Gilder
Discovery Institute
January 1, 2013

A New Dog in the Pack
What Dodd-Frank unleashed on the financial services Industry.
By: Jay W. Richards and Scott S. Powell
Barron's
January 1, 2013

No Religious Cleansing of Bioethics
By: Wesley J. Smith
American Journal of Bioethics
December 30, 2012

The Fiscal Cliff is a Diversion from the Real Problem
Scott Powell in the Canada Free Press
By: Scott S. Powell
Canada Free Press
December 28, 2012

Mark O'Brien's Triumph (It Wasn't About Sex)
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 28, 2012

No Religious Cleansing of Bioethics
By: Wesley J. Smith
The American Journal of Bioethics
December 27, 2012

Human Exceptionalism in the Public Square
Wesley J. Smith, W. Ross Blackburn, and the Dignity of Mankind
By: Lydia McGrew
The Christendom Review
December 18, 2012

In Praise of Dead White Men
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 14, 2012

King County buys itself a railroad track
The county plans to purchase a big chunk of the Eastside rail line. What next?
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
December 13, 2012

Predictions 2012: I Was So Right I Scare Myself!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
December 13, 2012

There may be struggles the next four years, but the country will be all right
By: Howard Chapman
News-Sentinel
December 12, 2012

Peter Singer's Raging Inconsistency
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
December 11, 2012

Why Inslee should retain the transportation secretary
Guest Opinion: A former staffer of Transportation Secretary Paula Hammond makes the case for her holdover appointment.
By: Larry Ehl
Crosscut
December 5, 2012

FDR's Failed Moral Leadership
Roosevelt was no humanitarian, despite what presidential historians say.
By: John R. Miller
The American Conservative
December 4, 2012

Careless Consumerism
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 1, 2012

The High Price of Establishment
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 30, 2012

GOP Should Accept Obama's Proposal, Without Endorsing
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
November 29, 2012

Good Old Ike Days of 91% Top Tax Rate
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
November 28, 2012

Column: Fondly remembering Grandpa's taxes
By: Michael Medved
USA Today
November 27, 2012

New Film Premiering on Youtube Showcases C.S. Lewis's Unheeded Warnings on Abuses of Science
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 19, 2012

Forward
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 16, 2012

Inclusion key in anti-suicide drive
By: Valerie Richardson
The Washington Times
November 14, 2012

Eastside rail: The Humpty Dumpty of Northwest transportation
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
November 13, 2012

Nagel Book "Tightly Argued, Exacting"
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
November 12, 2012

The King of Infinite Space: Euclid and His Elements
By: David Berlinski
Publishers Weekly
November 12, 2012

How a President Romney Could Tame Budget
By: Dino Rossi
Discovery News
November 4, 2012

A Voting Guide For Independents And Undecideds
By: Scott S. Powell
Investors Business Daily
November 4, 2012

Why the New Left Is Now the Democratic Party
By: Scott S. Powell
The Blaze
November 2, 2012

Our Dangerous Obsession With "Health"
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 2, 2012

George Gilder on the Materialist Superstition
By: Tom Bethell
The American Spectator
November 1, 2012

What About Religious Freedom?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
October 29, 2012

How much of the world will Obama, Romney miss on foreign policy?
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
October 22, 2012

Lack of funding obstacle to improving train crossings
By: Bill Sheets
Everett Herald
October 21, 2012

Ethical Stem Cell Research Wins the Nobel Prize
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
October 19, 2012

Old Faithful Should Not Have Rights
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
October 19, 2012

The Day America Died
By: John Wohlstetter
The Daily Caller
October 17, 2012

Deity Added
Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
October 16, 2012

Hyping Embryonic Stem Cells Like It’s 2004
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
October 10, 2012

Snohomish-Woodinville excursion train an 11-mile opportunity
By: Bruce Agnew & Karen Guzak
The Herald
October 7, 2012

Can Muslim Doctors Refuse to Treat the Opposite Sex?
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
October 5, 2012

The Deadly Arithmetic of Nuclear Proliferation
How hard is it to build a bomb? Mr. Biden might want to pay attention.
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
October 1, 2012

Capitalism
By: Peter Robinson
National Review Online
October 1, 2012

A New Dog in the Pack
What Dodd-Frank unleashed on the financial services Industry.
By: Scott S. Powell and Jay W. Richards
Barron's
October 1, 2012

Power Grab
Our Technocratic Future
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
October 1, 2012

United Under God
By: Celeste Behe
National Catholic Register
September 28, 2012

Goodbye Secondhand Smoke, Hello NRO
By: Wesley J. Smith
Secondhand Smoke
September 26, 2012

Moody's Threatens To Downgrade America's AAA Rating
By: Scott S. Powell
Investors Business Daily
September 24, 2012

Find Out Just How Astute a Person You Are By Taking This Opinion Quiz
By: Howard Chapman
News-Sentinel
September 21, 2012

Invisible Suicide Prevention Day
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
September 21, 2012

Book Takes New Look at CS Lewis' Views on Science, Evolution
By: Jeff Schapiro
Christian Post
September 20, 2012

Timothy Spangler on Wealth and Poverty
By: Timothy Spangler
Los Angeles Review of Books
September 20, 2012

Newly Discovered Notes Reveal C.S. Lewis’s Early Doubts about Darwin
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 18, 2012

Believe It Or Not
Review of The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions
By: Casey Luskin
Touchstone Magazine
September 17, 2012

Nuclear Zero 2012: We Disarm While Others Arm
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
September 12, 2012

Should U.S. Back the Party of Lawyers?
By: Michael Medved
Townhall
September 12, 2012

Are Science and Religion Incompatible in the 21st Century?
St. Louis Conference Seeks to Bridge the Divide
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 12, 2012

Eastside: Preserve options for rails and trails on BNSF corridor
By: Editorial Staff
Seattle Times
September 10, 2012

The future of electric cars: lighter vehicles, more miles per charge
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
September 7, 2012

The Importance of 'Living Dyingly'
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
September 7, 2012

Op-ed: What the next governor can do to reduce oil dependence
By: Steve Marshall
Seattle Times
September 6, 2012

U.S. is Confronting a Federal Debt Crisis
By: Scott S. Powell
The Detroit News
September 4, 2012

Romney, Bain, and Me
By: George Gilder
American Spectator
September 1, 2012

The Wonders of Wealth, the Path Out of Poverty
By: Bret Swanson
Forbes
August 30, 2012

George Gilder: The Real Reagan Lesson for Romney-Ryan
Follow Peter Drucker's advice: Don't solve problems, pursue opportunities. Like unlocking America's entrepreneurial value.
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
August 30, 2012

Romney's Bain Experience Shows He's A Can-Do Leader
By: Scott S. Powell
Investors Business Daily
August 30, 2012

Debt-Driven Crisis Looms Ever Closer
By: Scott S. Powell
Philadelphia Inquirer
August 26, 2012

Our Neurotic Fear of Suffering
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 24, 2012

Telecom Consumers Demand
To support consumer demand, more spectrum necessary for wireless devices
By: Hance Haney
The Aspen Times
August 19, 2012

Scott Powell: Year after debt downgrade, U.S. in worse shape
America’s fiscal condition has worsened due to debt that’s been growing much faster than the economy
By: Scott S. Powell
Orange County Register
August 17, 2012

Attacking Religious Parents For Refusing to Pull the Plug
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
August 16, 2012

'I, Pencil' To 'I, Smartphone': Working Together For Good
By: Jay W. Richards
Investors Business Daily
August 14, 2012

Do Entrepreneurs Have a Right to Religious Liberty?
By: Andrew Knot
Acton Institute Power Blog
August 13, 2012

Two Good Men
A pair of names to remember when thinking about Congress.
By: Claude R. Marx
The Weekly Standard
August 13, 2012

Unleash the Mind
By: George Gilder
National Review
August 13, 2012

A Religious Freedom Election
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
August 13, 2012

Ohio Hospital Shooting: Mercy Killing or Murder?
By: John Seewer
Associated Press
August 12, 2012

Obama Looks to Strip Entrepreneurs of Religious Liberty
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 10, 2012

Richards and Robison: The Chicken Inquisition
The campaign against Chick-fil-A is an attack on religious liberty.
By: Jay Richards and James Robison
The Wall Street Journal
August 2, 2012

The Human Exceptionalist- July 2012
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Human Exceptionalist
July 31, 2012

Cosmos or Chaos?
By: Brian Mattson
Dead Reckoning
July 30, 2012

Wesley J. Smith to Host the Dennis Miller Show
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 30, 2012

Love is the Antidote to Prenatal Eugenic Cleansing
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 27, 2012

Death Panels on Steroids
By: Rita Marker and Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
July 25, 2012

The 8 Biggest Myths About Wealth, Poverty, and Free Enterprise
By: Jay W. Richards
Discovery Institute
July 24, 2012

Reagan Quotes Gilder
By: Jim Hoft
Human Events
July 22, 2012

Mitt Romney's Moment
By: Matt Kinnaman
The Berkshire Eagle
July 19, 2012

Agency Created By Dodd-Frank Has Authoritarian Powers
By: Scott S. Powell and Jay W. Richards
Investors Business Daily
July 18, 2012

Freedom of Worship's Assault on Freedom of Religion
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 13, 2012

Higher Ed Outburst Proves Critics Right
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
July 12, 2012

When Doctors Give Warning
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
July 12, 2012

IPAB: The Part of Obamacare That Can't Be Repealed
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
July 6, 2012

Netherlands Euthanasia Stats Are Appalling
By: Anne McTavish
The Province
July 3, 2012

Walking to America
By: Jeffrey Lord
The American Spectator
July 3, 2012

No More Left for Defense, Foreign Policy
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
June 29, 2012

Obamacare Ruling Reflects Technocratic Imperative
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
June 28, 2012

Peter Singer's Views Deserve Scorn, Not Awards
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
June 26, 2012

New Book Finds Scientific Evidence for Darwinian Tale of Human Origins Severely Lacking
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
June 25, 2012

We're Closer to a Credit Crisis Than Most People Think
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
June 20, 2012

Science and Human Origins
By: Gauger, Ann, Douglas Axe, Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute Press
June 18, 2012

Behind the Syria Headlines
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
June 16, 2012

Australia Awards Infanticide Guru Highest Civic Award
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Corner
June 12, 2012

Biological Colonialism Kills
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
June 11, 2012

New Fetal Genome Scan Will Test Morality of Society
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Corner
June 7, 2012

Anti Humanism Subverts Environmental Movement
By: Wesley J. Smith
Legatus
June 5, 2012

Why Russia and China Do Not Act on Syria
By: Yuri Mamchur
Business Insider
June 5, 2012

Preserved Memories of Wisdom
By: David Klinghoffer
Human Life Review
June 1, 2012

The Struggle for Human Equality: It Must Be Waged on All Fronts
By: Wesley J. Smith
Human Life Review
June 1, 2012

Film Will Spark Much Needed Debate
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
May 29, 2012

Human Evolution and Common Ancestry: Following The Evidence
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
May 25, 2012

Uncertainty hangs over foot ferries' future on Seattle waterfront
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
May 24, 2012

Tulsa Beacon Represents Traditional Oklahoma Values
By: Dexter Duggan
Tulsa Beacon
May 24, 2012

Ben Carson and the evolution-morality debate
Protest against prominent Hopkins neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who disputes theory of evolution, is misguided
By: Richard Weikart
Baltimore Sun
May 13, 2012

"Futile Care" Duty to Die May Be Coming to a Hospital Near You
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
May 11, 2012

At Emory University, Darwin’s Bullies Smear Commencement Speaker, Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins
By: David Klinghoffer
RedState
May 10, 2012

Petition launched in support of Darwin-doubting doctor and to stop academic bullying at Emory University
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 9, 2012

Coal exports could block passenger-rail expansion
By: Floyd McKay
Crosscut
May 8, 2012

Low-cost bus line to Portland on track to compete against Amtrak
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
May 6, 2012

Evolution, Human Dignity, and Crafting Public Policy
By: W. Ross Blackburn
Crisis Magazine
May 3, 2012

Philosophy professor asks: 'If peas can talk, should we eat them?'
By: Joe Newby
Spokane Conservative Examiner
May 2, 2012

What the Evangelicals Give the Jews
By: Michael Medved
Commentary
May 1, 2012

How US Debt Risks Dollar Doomsday
By: Scott S. Powell
New York Post
May 1, 2012

Good Grief: Now It's PEA Personhood!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
May 1, 2012

Get Happy!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
April 28, 2012

Wesley J. Smith Fills a Much Needed Role
By: Lydia McGrew
What's Wrong With the World
April 27, 2012

The Human Exceptionalist- April 2012
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Human Exceptionalist
April 26, 2012

Should Libertarians Be Conservatives?: The Tough Cases of Abortion and Marriage
By: Jay W. Richards
Public Discourse
April 25, 2012

Turning Away From the Dollar
By: Scott S. Powell
Philadelphia Inquirer
April 22, 2012

Criminalizing Prosperity
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
April 19, 2012

That Unrepentant Bigotry
By: Wesley J. Smith
Human Life Review
April 17, 2012

As U.S. Debt Soars, Dollar May Lose Reserve Status
By: Scott S. Powell
Investor's Business Daily
April 10, 2012

Tennessee Enacts Academic Freedom Law Protecting Teachers Who Present Both Sides of Evolution Debate
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 10, 2012

Ecocide Would be a Crime Against Humanity
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
April 10, 2012

Animal Desires
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
April 9, 2012

Free Enterprise and Fiscal Sanity Aren’t Social Darwinism
By: Jay W. Richards
National Review Online
April 5, 2012

Spectrum Crunch Fast Approaching
By: Hance Haney
Daily Caller
April 3, 2012

Income Mobility, Not Income Gaps
By: Jay W. Richards
Townhall.com
April 1, 2012

Do Pets Go to Heaven?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Christianity Today
April 1, 2012

Blaine train station campaign gathers steam
By: Dan Ferguson
Peace Arch News
March 28, 2012

Rail advocate outlines possible path to Blaine train stop
By: Jeremy Schwartz
The Northern Light
March 28, 2012

Let's Punish the Promiscuous for Increasing Health Care Costs
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
March 28, 2012

Fallout Continues From Infanticide Article
By: Michael Cook
Bioedge
March 27, 2012

Afghanistan: Finally an Opportunity for Plain Talk
By: John R. Miller
Discovery News
March 26, 2012

Tennessee Legislature Passes Landmark Academic Freedom on Evolution Bill
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 26, 2012

Two Visions for the Federal Budget
By: Scott S. Powell
San Francisco Chronicle
March 25, 2012

Stephen Meyer at the University Club: Why Are We Still Debating Darwin?
By: Tom Bethell
American Spectator
March 21, 2012

Peter Singer Has No Right to Judge Anyone's Ethics
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
March 21, 2012

Background on David Coppedge and the Lawsuit Against NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
March 19, 2012

Goldman Sachs, Greed and Self-Interest
By: Jay Richards and Anne Bradley
The Washington Times
March 16, 2012

Cuba Problems are Same, Possibilities New
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
March 15, 2012

Should Dehydration be the Default Decision for PVS?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center For Bioethics and Culture Network
March 15, 2012

They call it 'public transit' but some riders get left behind
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
March 14, 2012

Powell & Lowry: GOP Needs To Go Offense
By: Scott S. Powell and David Lowry
The Orange County Register
March 14, 2012

Couple awarded $3M in 'wrongful birth' suit
By: Tom Strode
Baptist Press
March 14, 2012

Wrongful Birth Lawsuits Are Wrongful
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Caller
March 11, 2012

Bio-Mechanics
Don't the Intricacy & Ubiquity of Molecular Machines Provide Evidence for Design?
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
March 9, 2012

Government Has Financial Amnesia and Denial, Too
By: Scott S. Powell
Wall Street Journal
March 9, 2012

After Super Tuesday, GOP Should Stay Positive, Go On The Offensive
By: Scott S. Powell and David Lowry
The Washington Examiner
March 9, 2012

For All the Bluster, These 3 Reasons Show Russia's Position On Iran May Be Surprisingly Sane
By: Adam Taylor
Business Insider
March 8, 2012

Promoting critical thinking in classroom
By: Donald Ewert
The Oklahoman
March 7, 2012

Surrey City Council supports Blaine train stop
By: Jeremy Schwartz
The Northern Light
March 7, 2012

Are Babies People Too?
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
March 7, 2012

After-Birth Abortion
The after-birth abortion advocates’ non-apology apology
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
March 6, 2012

Trial to Begin in Intelligent Design Discrimination Lawsuit against NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab
By: Andrew McDiarmid
Discovery Institute
March 5, 2012

Debating the Future of Technology: Peter Thiel and George Gilder
By: Anthony Mainero
Stanford Review
March 3, 2012

Jay Richards on the NYT Bestseller List
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery News
March 2, 2012

The Human Exceptionalist- March 2012
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Human Exceptionalist
March 1, 2012

Latest Infanticide Push About More than Killing Babies
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
February 29, 2012

Accepting the Obvious
Faith Is an Integral Part of American Public Life
By: Jay Richards and James Robison
Huffington Post
February 28, 2012

PETA's Hypocrisy
By: Matt C. Abbott
The American Thinker
February 27, 2012

Santorum More Right than Wrong about Dutch Euthanasia
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
February 21, 2012

Currency of the Founders
By: Jay Richards and James Robison
The Washington Times
February 17, 2012

Intelligent Design Is Peer-Reviewed, but Is Peer-Review a Requirement of Good Science?
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
February 15, 2012

Obama and Santorum Agreed on the Terri Schiavo Law
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
February 15, 2012

Neo-Disarmament
Five Cold Warriors who'd like to ban nuclear weapons.
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
February 10, 2012

Birth Control “Compromise” Doesn’t Reduce Danger Obamacare Poses to American Liberty
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
February 10, 2012

The Killing-for-Organs Pushers
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
February 10, 2012

Indivisible - The Bus Tour
By: Jay Richards and James Robison
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2012

Georgia Supreme Court Overturns Assisted-Suicide Law
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
February 6, 2012

Romney and the Real Wealth Gap
By: Michael Medved
Livingston Daily
February 3, 2012

The First Freedom
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
February 2, 2012

Is Denial of Life-Saving Care for Mentally Disabled Girl a Sign of Things to Come?
By: Charlotte Hays
National Catholic Register
February 1, 2012

Peer-Reviewed & Peer-Edited Scientific Publications Supporting the Theory of Intelligent Design (Annotated)
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 1, 2012

Leading Intelligent Design Think Tank Condemns Passage of Creationism Bill by Indiana Senate as Bad Science and Bad Education
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 31, 2012

Canadian immunization committee recommends HPV vaccine for boys
By: Peter Baklinski
Life Site News
January 30, 2012

Free Birth Control vs. Freedom of Religion
The administration forces organizations to violate their religious beliefs.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
January 30, 2012

Specious Speciation: The Myth of Observed Large-Scale Evolutionary Change
Response to TalkOrigins' "Observed Instances of Speciation" FAQ
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
January 25, 2012

100 Percent of Senate Democrats Voted for Santorum Schiavo Bill
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
January 23, 2012

Locals seek support to save Blaine depot
By: Jeremy Schwartz
The Northern Light
January 18, 2012

See it Now! Bioethics 2012
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
January 18, 2012

The Secrets of Tebow Hatred
Hoping that the hero stumbles in terms of personal integrity seems cruel, but it's more acceptable to expect onfield performance that gives evidence of mortality.
By: Michael Medved
Wall Street Journal
January 14, 2012

Smith Review of The Leftovers
By: Wesley J. Smith
Secondhand Smoke/ First Things
January 14, 2012

Most Americans Support Santorum Amendment’s Approach to Teaching Evolution
Media Backgrounder on Rick Santorum and Intelligent Design Now Available
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 7, 2012

Nuclear Terrorism Sinks Savannah -- and U.S. Civil Society
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen's nightmare thriller understates what would actually transpire.
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
January 6, 2012

Santorum Amendment Related Files
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 6, 2012

Rick Santorum, the Santorum Amendment and Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 6, 2012

Just Change My Name to Nostradamus
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
January 4, 2012

Beware the "Rights of Nature"
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
December 30, 2011

Eyeballing Design
"Biomimetics" Exposes Attacks on ID as Poorly Designed
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
December 20, 2011

Should Doctors be Forced to Kill?
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
December 16, 2011

Seattle, state's rail growth faces mud on the tracks
By: Floyd McKay and C.B Hall
Crosscut
December 15, 2011

U.S.-Canada border deal improves Amtrak service to Bellingham
By: Jared Paben
The Bellingham Herald
December 15, 2011

Gilder Shames the Pessimists
By: Shlomi Cohen
Globes
December 12, 2011

Cascadia Center statement on U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border Agreement
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
December 8, 2011

FCC Bends the Rules in Pursuit of Ideological Preference
By: Hance Haney
The Daily Caller
December 8, 2011

Amtrak's New Year's resolution: a faster train ride home from Vancouver B.C.
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
December 8, 2011

U.S. Powerless Against Nuclear Proliferation in Asia
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
December 5, 2011

Democrats’ Embryonic Stem Cell Strategy Hits Scientific Wall
By: Neil Munro
The Daily Caller
December 4, 2011

Gingrich: Life Doesn't Begin at Conception Because That Would 'Open Up ... Very Difficult Questions'
By: Terence P. Jeffrey
CNS News
December 4, 2011

Social Muddle
Business, justice, and the Gospel are already social.
By: Jonathan Witt
The American Spectator
December 2, 2011

William Hurlbut: Building a Bridge Over Troubled Stem Cell Waters
By: Wesley J. Smith
The American Journal of Bioethics
December 1, 2011

Conservative Think Tank "Discovers" Importance of 7th Amendment Right to Civil Jury Trial
By: Andrew Cochran
Injury Board
November 30, 2011

State seeks ways to pay for transportation
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
November 30, 2011

There are 7 Billion of Us
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
November 30, 2011

Intelligent Design: Atheists to the Rescue
By: Howard Kainz
First Things
November 29, 2011

Dave Earling: Diverse Civic, Political Career Leads to Mayor of Edmonds
By: Brian Soergel
Edmonds Patch
November 28, 2011

Introducing the Human Exceptionalist
By: Discovery Staff
First Things/Discovery Institute
November 28, 2011

No Money in Dead Babies
Financial woes prompt California firm to stop injecting embryonic stem cells into humans
By: Editorial
California Catholic Daily
November 28, 2011

Slade Gorton: The Man who Took on Frank Zappa – and Don Rumsfeld
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 28, 2011

All the News That’s Fit to Forget
Why you’re not hearing much about embryonic stem cells these days.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
November 28, 2011

(Not) Making the Grade: An Evaluation of 22 Recent Biology Textbooks and Their Use of Selected Icons of Evolution
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
November 21, 2011

Judge Sends NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab to Jury Trial for Firing Employee Who Discussed Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 21, 2011

Intelligent Design Debate Still Raging on Two Decades Later
By: Mark Hensch
Christian Post
November 16, 2011

Netherlands Looks to Expand Euthanasia Grounds to Include Lonely, Poor
By: Gracie Ferrell
The Daily Caller
November 15, 2011

Less Secrecy, More Justice
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
November 15, 2011

The Principled Way to Permit Medical Marijuana
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Caller
November 14, 2011

More trains for NW may mean no more service
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
November 11, 2011

A European Victory for Ethical Stem Cell Research
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 8, 2011

The Human Exceptionalist - November 2011
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Human Exceptionalist
November 8, 2011

Kingston-Seattle ferry bounces on iffy financial seas
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
November 4, 2011

First Hill streetcars to be assembled by local workers at Pacifica Marine
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
October 26, 2011

Euthanasia Spreads in Europe
Several nations find themselves far down the slippery slope.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
October 26, 2011

It’s easy to bash capitalism, but German film shows different reality
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
October 20, 2011

The "Duty to Die" Advances
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
October 19, 2011

The Post-Kevorkian Era
By: Barbara A. Olevitch
The Jewish Press
October 18, 2011

How Billionaires Can Build Bridges to the Middle Class
The wealthy should consider a new target for their philanthropy: public works.
By: Charles Landow and Courtney Lobel
The Wall Street Journal
October 17, 2011

Assisted Suicide Is the Euthanasia of Hope
Effort to legalize assisted suicide ignores the opportunity for patients to change their minds, or cheat death
By: Wesley J. Smith
NoozHawk
October 13, 2011

Islam is Compatible with Democracy, Says Journalist
By: Daniel Bentson
The Spectator
October 12, 2011

Council asks for delay of depot demolition
By: Jeremy Schwartz
The Northern Light
October 12, 2011

If Trust Breeds Speed, No Wonder Seattle Has a Trust Deficit
By: Anthony Robinson
Crosscut.com
October 6, 2011

Official says safer Iraq is good investment for Wash.
By: Cameron Drews
The Spectator
October 5, 2011

Rail research reports released
Cascadia Center supports WCOG in regional overview
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
October 5, 2011

The Cascadia Conundrum: Balkanized Transportation
By: Knute Berger
Crosscut.com
October 4, 2011

Intelligent Design and the Origin of Biological Information: A Response to Dennis Venema
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
October 3, 2011

Anti-Death-Penalty Activist Sr. Helen Prejean’s Plea to Spare Life of Nadarkhani
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
October 2, 2011

Preachers confront 'last taboo': Condemning greed amid Great Recession
By: John Blake
CNN
October 1, 2011

Metamorphosis Audio Clips
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 1, 2011

The Bioethics Threat to Universal Human Rights
By: Wesley J. Smith
Human Life Review
October 1, 2011

GOP is Missing Opportunity with Latinos
By: Michael Medved
USA Today
September 26, 2011

Palestinians at the U.N.: The Cost of Folly
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
September 23, 2011

DNA Trash Talk
Questions for Jonathan Wells on The Myth of Junk DNA
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
September 19, 2011

Obesity: The New Global Warming?
Here’s an issue governments can get fat on.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
September 19, 2011

FAQ On American Freedom Alliance v. California Science Center Lawsuit
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 7, 2011

Ten Years After 9/11, Americans are Safer but There is More to Do
By: Sen. Slade Gorton
Seattle Times
September 2, 2011

Secondhand Smoke’s 5000th Post
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
September 2, 2011

Sci-Fact or Sci-Fi?
What We Won't Learn from Hyped-Up Science News Headlines
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
September 1, 2011

Does Questioning Evolution Make You Anti-Science?
By: Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
The Huffington Post
September 1, 2011

George Gilder on "The Israel Test," Obama, the Internet...and the Gays?
By: Nick Gillespie
ReasonTV
August 31, 2011

California Science Center to Pay $110,000 Settlement Over Intelligent Design Film
By: Sara Reardon
Science Magazine
August 31, 2011

Sometimes it's Better to Just See Things From Dog's View
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
August 30, 2011

California Science Center Discrimination Lawsuit Settlement
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 29, 2011

Who Should Decide?
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
August 25, 2011

Can the Origin of the Genetic Code Be Explained by Direct RNA Templating?
By: Stephen C. Meyer, Paul A. Nelson
BIO-Complexity
August 24, 2011

Late train from Seattle to Vancouver, B.C., to stay on track
By: Charla Bear
KPLU
August 18, 2011

Canada relents on cash demands for late Amtrak run from Seattle
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
August 17, 2011

Cascadia statement on permanent fee waiver for second train
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
August 17, 2011

The Failure of Liberal Bioethics
By: Ross Douthat
New York Times
August 17, 2011

The Failure of Liberal Bioethics
By: Ross Douthat
New York Times
August 17, 2011

Second daily Amtrak train to Vancouver, B.C., made permanent
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
August 17, 2011

Should Christians be Socialists?
By: Jay Richards
Washington Post
August 15, 2011

Embracing Observance of Sabbath
By: Michael Medved
Washington Times
August 15, 2011

What Do Putin, Obama and Ben Affleck Have in Common?
By: Yuri Mamchur
Real Russia
August 15, 2011

Transportation Spending Is the Right Stimulus
By: Ed Rendell and Scott Smith
The Wall Street Journal
August 11, 2011

Cherry Point cargo terminal could help fund rail upgrades, planners say
By: John Stark
The Bellingham Herald
August 11, 2011

The Trouble with Transhumanism
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
August 9, 2011

Obama vs. the 1980s
By: Holman Jenkins
Wall Street Journal
August 6, 2011

The Big Bore and the Big War
How the Viaduct issue has become such a high-stakes, unending, deeply meaningful battle over the future of Seattle.
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
August 2, 2011

Do the Laws of Physics Make God Unnecessary?
Oxford University professor will discuss God and Stephen Hawking Aug. 19th
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 2, 2011

Russia May Wake Up to a More Hostile Arab World
By: Yuri Mamchur
The Daily Star (Lebanon)
August 2, 2011

High-speed rail in the Northwest
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
July 27, 2011

Embryonic-Stem-Cell Court Decision Reflects Our Government of Expediency
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
July 27, 2011

Perspective on the Debt
By: Jennifer Rubin
Washington Post
July 26, 2011

The End of Progress
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
July 18, 2011

Why Do We Care About Bristol? Because of Her Mother
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
July 16, 2011

Debt Ceiling Showdown: Republicans Should Make Democrats Bet the Company
By: John Wohlstetter
The Daily Caller
July 15, 2011

The Cell Declares His Handiwork
A Turning Point in the Evolution Wars?
By: Tom Bethell
New Oxford Review
July 15, 2011

State considers tolls for I-5 express lanes
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
July 13, 2011

New Study Shows Major Textbook Publisher Fails to Comply With Texas State Science Standards
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 12, 2011

Tin Ears and Extinction
By: Editorial
California Stem Cell Report
July 7, 2011

The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
America needs the Jewish state's technology and innovation as much as it needs us.
By: George Gilder
The Wall Street Journal
July 5, 2011

Choosing Our Wars
By: John R. Miller
National Review Online
July 4, 2011

At the Bottom of the Slippery Slope
Where euthanasia meets organ harvesting
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
July 4, 2011

Icons of Evolution--Documentary
By: Various
Coldwater Media
July 3, 2011

Answering the Dreaded 'Evolution' Question
By: Jay Richards and David Klinghoffer
The American Spectator
June 24, 2011

At a Loss: How Can Critics Still Not See That ID Research Programs Exist?
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
June 16, 2011

Second Thoughts Result in Payout
By: Paul Jump
Times Higher Education
June 16, 2011

The economic link between investment and moving goods and people
By: Lance Dickie
Seattle Times
June 9, 2011

An Evaluation of Supplementary Biology and Evolution Curricular Materials Submitted for Adoption by the Texas State Board of Education
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 9, 2011

Study Finds Glaring Bloopers in Proposed Texas Science Curricula
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 9, 2011

Everett rail summit: plenty of vision, but money is still down the line
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
June 8, 2011

The Economics of Settlement
By: George Gilder
The American Spectator
June 8, 2011

Forum seeks options for increasing commuter rail service in county
By: Kurt Batdorf
HeraldNet
June 8, 2011

Remembering the Real Jack Kevorkian
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Catholic Register
June 8, 2011

Dr. Death Dies
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
June 8, 2011

Jack Kevorkian, Who Assisted Suicides, Dies at 83
By: Mark Schoifet
Bloomberg News
June 3, 2011

Kevorkian: A Dark Mirror on Society
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
June 3, 2011

Rail has a role in the region's future
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
June 1, 2011

A Scientific Analysis of Karl Giberson and Francis Collins' The Language of Science and Faith
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
June 1, 2011

Good Ethics Makes for Good Science
By: Wesley J. Smith
Legatus Magazine
June 1, 2011

All aboard, together
How new partnerships can benefit our railroad system -- and our economy
By: Bruce Agnew
Everett Herald
May 29, 2011

Gilder Article in The American Spectator: "The Arab Debt to Jewish Settlement"
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
May 28, 2011

If Only the Government Could See Reason, as Did My Friend Arnold
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
May 27, 2011

Obama Sells Out Israel — For Nothing in Return
By: John Wohlstetter
The Daily Caller
May 23, 2011

Let history be our guide
Rail had a crucial role in the region's past; it should have one in our future
By: Bruce Agnew
Everett Herald
May 22, 2011

Of Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Politics, and the Rule of Law
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 19, 2011

The Arab Street Searches for George Washingtons
By: John Miller
Seattle Times
May 13, 2011

Debate Over Intelligent Design Ensnares a Journal
By: Mark Oppenheimer
The New York Times
May 13, 2011

Controversial Board Set to Cut Medicare Payments
By: Kenneth Artz and Benjamin Domenech
The Heartland Institute
May 11, 2011

Money, God and Greed: The Tea Party and Capitalism
By: Neil J. Young
Huffington Post
May 9, 2011

Getting on track
A group is developing a plan to improve local train service
By: Diane Dietz
The Register-Guard
May 8, 2011

Canada's election: moving right and moving left
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
May 3, 2011

Is the human genome garbage?
Biologist says "no" in new book The Myth of Junk DNA
By: Staff
DIscovery Institute
May 3, 2011

The Myth of Junk DNA
By: Wells, Jonathan
Discovery Institute Press
May 1, 2011

The Court Fight over Embryonic-Stem-Cell Research Is Not Over Yet
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
April 29, 2011

‘We’ the Experts
By: Sen. Jon Kyl
Arizona Capitol Times
April 28, 2011

What About Sprint?
By: Hance Haney
San Francisco Chronicle
April 26, 2011

New push on For Telecom Deregulation
By: Rick Barrett
Journal Sentinel
April 26, 2011

When It’s Time to Stop Talking
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
April 20, 2011

Can't call the Highway 99 tunnel "world-record" anymore
By: Mike Lindstrom
The Seattle Times
April 18, 2011

Pacific Northwest Supply Chain & Competitiveness Exchange
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
April 13, 2011

Destination Sustainability
Sustainable Freight Transportation in North America
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
April 13, 2011

The Stem-Cell War
Unlike embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells do have a record of healing. You wouldn’t know it from the media.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
April 13, 2011

Can Plants Have Human Rights?
By: Mark Hemingway
The Weekly Standard
April 13, 2011

Republicans May Look at Ryan-Rubio Ticket
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
April 5, 2011

Downshifting North America's Freight Transport Emissions
By: Staff
Environment News Service
April 5, 2011

Report charts destination sustainability for North American freight transportation
By: Staff
EcoSeed
April 4, 2011

It's The Information Stupid!
Alistair Noble on Intelligent Design
By: Alistair Noble
Cross Rhythms
March 31, 2011

'Death Panels Already in Place'
Terri's family in trenches of healthcare-rationing war ahead of Obamacare implementation
By: Diana Lynne
WorldNetDaily
March 31, 2011

Wanted: Dictators’ Retirement Home
Putting them up would be cheaper than gunning them down
By: Bruce Chapman
The Washington Times
March 30, 2011

The Selman v. Cobb County Board of Education Lawsuit, Josh Rosenau, and the Legality of “Singling Out Evolution”
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
March 30, 2011

No Longer Science Fiction
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
March 30, 2011

Focus on Bringing Broadband to All of Florida
By: Christina Johnson
Florida Sun-Sentinel
March 20, 2011

Texas Bill Would Protect College Professors Who Question Evolution
By: Katherine T. Phan
Christian Post
March 19, 2011

Don't Go Wobbly in Libya
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 18, 2011

Starbucks and the Foodie Revolution
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 16, 2011

Media Coverage Distorts Issues in "Settler" Murders
By: Michael Medved
Townhall.com
March 16, 2011

IVF: Enough Will Never Be Enough
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
March 16, 2011

The Creation Story for Atheists
By: Anne Barbeau Gardiner
New Oxford Review
March 14, 2011

Critical Thinking, Analysis Foster Good Science
By: Robin Zimmer
The Tennessean
March 11, 2011

Viewpoint Newsletter
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
March 10, 2011

Doubting Darwin
By: David Deming
LewRockwell.com
March 9, 2011

Christian Longo’s Latest Con
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
March 8, 2011

Immigrant Family Forced to Watch Mother Dehydrated to Death
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 4, 2011

"Strong Democracy" and Muammar Gaddafi
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 3, 2011

Wesley J. Smith on "Death With Dignity"
By: Discovery Staff
The Regina Brett Show
March 3, 2011

Hostage Hell is a Civilized Country's Dilemma
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
March 2, 2011

A Warning to a World in Peril
By: C. John McCloskey
The Cutting Edge
February 28, 2011

How Evolutionary Theory's Other Discoverer Could Heal the Darwin Divide
By: David Klinghoffer
Washington Post
February 22, 2011

Some Scientific Views Are More Equal Than Others in America
By: David Klinghoffer
The Washington Examiner
February 19, 2011

I, for One, Welcome Our New Robot Overlords
By: Jay Richards
The American
February 19, 2011

The Original American Idol
By: John R. Miller
The Wall Street Journal
February 19, 2011

Rules For Radicals
Waste what's abundant. Embrace exceptionalism. Imitate Tom Sawyer.
By: Dave Kansas
The Wall Street Journal
February 18, 2011

Design flaw? A fired NASA employee says he was let go because of his belief in intelligent design
By: Edward Lee Pitts
World Magazine
February 16, 2011

Infanticide Must Be Combated — Carefully
By: Wesley J. Smith
Human Life Review
February 16, 2011

Gilder On Tech Innovation
By: Steve Forbes
Forbes
February 14, 2011

Revisionist History Transforms Jack Kevorkian Into Harmless Muppet
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
February 8, 2011

Former JPL employee claims he was fired for doubting Darwin
By: Beige Luciano-Adams
Pasadena Star-News
February 3, 2011

The Martin Gaskell Case: Not an Isolated Insident
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
February 3, 2011

Obama Administration Risks Constitutional Crisis in Flouting Health Care Law Ruling
Gives Whole New Meaning to “Yes We Can”
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 3, 2011

American Idle: On the Road
By: Joseph B. White
Wall Street Journal
February 2, 2011

Reality Shatters Obama's Happy-Talk Agenda
By: Michael Medved
AOL News
February 2, 2011

Protest David Coppedge's Persecution, Direct to NASA!
By: David Klinghoffer
Evolution News & Views
February 1, 2011

The California Green Debauch
By: George Gilder
The American Spectator
February 1, 2011

About Those Death Panels...
The Real Threat of Government Health Care Rationing
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
January 31, 2011

A Presidency to Nowhere
By: Daniel Henninger
Wall Street Journal
January 27, 2011

The Immateriality of Wealth
In his recent book, Arthur Brooks has shown that happiness isn’t correlated closely with merely having money but rather with earned success.
By: Jay Richards
The American
January 27, 2011

Intelligent Design Proponent Fired from NASA Lab
By: Nathan Black
Christian Post
January 26, 2011

Uphill Battle for Panel Chief on Transportation Funding
By: Melanie Trottman
The Wall Street Journal
January 25, 2011

Moscow Style Attack Possible in United States
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
January 24, 2011

Legislators counter Gregoire's ferry plan with one of their own
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
January 24, 2011

Philadelphia Abortion/Infanticide Abattoir Consistent With Peter Singer Values
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 21, 2011

Civility Lite: Civil — Yet Robust — Discourse
By: John Wohlstetter
Pajamas Media
January 18, 2011

The Disturbing Rehabilitation of Dr. Kevorkian
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
January 17, 2011

"Stamp Out Hate": Ode to the N.Y. Times
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
January 11, 2011

Mental Illness Makes Sense of Arizona Killings
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
January 9, 2011

How Great Corporate Power Shadows Gregoire on Coal Shipments to China
By: Floyd McKay
Crosscut
January 7, 2011

'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
By: David Klinghoffer
Human Events
January 6, 2011

New START: Can Five GOP Secretaries of State Be Wrong?
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
January 6, 2011

Done deal: State signs $1.1 bil tunnel contract
By: Scott Gutierrez
Seattle-PI
January 6, 2011

Medicare Incentive Aims to Make Patients' End-of-Life Decisions Clear
By: Mike Wereschagin
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
January 2, 2011

The Martin Gaskell Case: Not an Isolated Incident
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
January 1, 2011

Why Christians Should Be Concerned About the Obama Administration's Contraception Mandate
By: Joe Carter
The Gospel Coalition
January 1, 2011

Phillip E. Johnson Replies to Nancey Murphy's Review of Darwin on Trial
Excerpt from Reason in the Balance
By: Phillip E. Johnson
Intervarsity Press (IVP)
January 1, 2011

Eastside: Preserve options for rails and trails on BNSF corridor
Dual use remains the operative concept for the future of the Eastside Rail Corridor. Plan for biking and hiking and commuter rail.
By: Seattle Times Editorial
Seattle Times
January 1, 2011

State ‘Death Panels’ Attributable to Single-Payer
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
January 1, 2011

End-of-Life Decisions and the Bureaucracy
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
December 27, 2010

Time to End Stem Cell Institute
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
December 27, 2010

Obama's "Christian Label" and the War against Nativity Scenes
By: Nancy Pearcey
Human Events
December 24, 2010

Electronic End-of-Life Directives Could Hinder Response to Suicide Attempts
By: Kevin J. Jones
EWTN News
December 22, 2010

Tsunami Thursday Ends an Era
By: John Wohlstetter
The Daily Caller
December 21, 2010

State Should Deregulate its Telecom Markets
By: Tom Still
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
December 18, 2010

Scientist Alleges Religious Discrimination in KY
By: Dylan Lovan
The Daily Caller
December 17, 2010

Religion doesn't belong in public schools, but debate over Darwinian evolution does
Students need to learn about Darwinian evolution. But they also deserve to hear countervailing scientific evidence – evidence that is censored in many current textbooks.
By: Casey Luskin
Christian Science Monitor
December 16, 2010

Capital Ideas
Is capitalism the cause -- or solution -- to our economic mess? One new book gives a compelling answer.
By: Chuck Colson
Breakpoint
December 15, 2010

Predictions in Bioethics for 2011
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
December 15, 2010

Why Bellevue must push back on Sound Transit's proposed EastLink route
By: Kevin Wallace
The Seattle Times
December 12, 2010

More federal rail money for state, and what about some train-building jobs?
By: By C.B. Hall
Crosscut
December 10, 2010

Federal Tax Fight; We'll Do it Again in '12
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
December 6, 2010

Eight Air-Security Myths
Why the TSA’s new policies won’t make us safer
By: John Wohlstetter
National Review
December 3, 2010

George Gilder Connects the Internet’s Future with Jobs and Investment
By: NextGenWeb
NextGenWeb
December 3, 2010

New governors in DC to meet with Obama
By: John Gramlich
Stateline
December 2, 2010

Governor to LaHood: We're Ready For Any Rejected HSR Funds
By: Larry Ehl
Federal Transportation Issues
December 2, 2010

Should China Rethink High Speed Rail?
By: Megan McArdle
The Atlantic
December 1, 2010

Judging my 2010 Prognostications
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
December 1, 2010

Wisconsin Telecom Policy Needs Update
Regulation hampers ability of telecom providers to create and maintain jobs and opportunity in Wisconsin
By: Hance Haney & George Gilder
Wired Wisconsin
November 30, 2010

Finding Design in Nature
By: Michael Behe
The Guardian
November 29, 2010

Our New Obamacare Masters
Meet the Independent Payment Advisory Board
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
November 29, 2010

Why Green Laws are Bad for Business
By: Discovery Staff
Fox Business Channel
November 24, 2010

Adaptive Immunity: Chance or Necessity?
By: Donald L. Ewert
Discovery Institute
November 24, 2010

Government Good Intentions Rarely Turn Out Good
By: Jay Ambrose
Scripps Howard News Service
November 23, 2010

New START Treaty's Swiss-Cheese Ratification Trap
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
November 19, 2010

Republican Reading
By: Tevi Troy
National Review
November 18, 2010

George Gilder on The Dennis Prager Show
By: Discovery Staff
The Dennis Prager Show
November 17, 2010

California's Destructive Green Jobs Lobby
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
November 16, 2010

A Sign of the Kremlin's Contempt
By: Ted Lipien
BloggerNews
November 15, 2010

I’m a Reformist Conservative – and I Doubt Darwin
By: David Klinghoffer
Frum Forum
November 11, 2010

Dogmatic Signs
A Review of Signature in the Cell
By: Phillip E. Johnson
Touchstone Magazine
November 10, 2010

President Bush Cites Wesley J. Smith in New Book
By: Steve Buri
DiscoveryNews
November 10, 2010

Bush’s New Book Quotes Yours Truly
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 10, 2010

Did Physics Kill God?
By: Jay W. Richards
The American
November 3, 2010

Seattle Tunnel Bids Fit Budget
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
October 29, 2010

Two pages a 'threat' to evolutionists
By: Bill Bumpas
OneNewsNow
October 27, 2010

New START Treaty’s Swiss-Cheese Verification Trap
By: John Wohlstetter
Human Events
October 25, 2010

Americans Seem Interested in Trading in Politically Active Trade Leaders for Religious Active Politicians
By: Anna Giaritelli
The Washington Examiner
October 20, 2010

Chapman Offers Insight to Leaders
By: Leanne Moore
Monmouth Daily Review Atlas
October 19, 2010

Foot-dragging feds slow train service to Seattle
By: Jon Ferry
The Province
October 18, 2010

New ferry service begins between Port Townsend, Seattle
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
October 18, 2010

Amtrak's Vancouver train gets a reprieve
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
October 15, 2010

Cascadia statement on the continuation of second train to Vancouver
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
October 15, 2010

Joyous Swiss celebrate longest-tunnel breakthrough
By: The Associated Press and Deutsche Presse-Agentur
The Seattle Times
October 15, 2010

Second Vancouver-Washington Amtrak train gets a reprieve
By: Ian Bailey and Gary Mason
The Globe and Mail
October 14, 2010

Federal government extends Amtrak train for another year
By: Neal Hall
Vancouver Sun
October 14, 2010

New Puget Sound foot ferry service to launch
By: Larry Lange
Seattle P-I
October 13, 2010

Discovery Institute Co-Sponsors Debate on Darwin and Scientific Racism at African American History Museum
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 13, 2010

Oregon Hospices Right Not to Cooperate With Assisted Suicide
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture
October 13, 2010

Are God And Evolution Compatible? Some Catholics, Jews and Protestants Say No
By: Discovery Institute
The Sacramento Bee
October 12, 2010

Media Misses Larger Stem-Cell Story
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
October 12, 2010

GORDON: Hawking irrational arguments
Theoretical physicist takes leave of his senses
By: Bruce L. Gordon
The Washington Times
October 5, 2010

Social Darwinism and the Left
By: Jay Richards
The American
October 4, 2010

As Governor, Jerry Brown was Vociferous Foe of Vietnamese Immigration
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
October 2, 2010

God and Evolution
Protestants, Catholics, and Jews Explore Darwin's Challenge to Faith
By: Richards, Jay (editor)
Discovery Instittue Press
October 1, 2010

Second Amtrak Cascades train gets mixed signals
By: Adam Stewart
Stanwood/Camano News
September 28, 2010

Claire Berlinski Interviewed on National Review's Uncommon Knowledge
By: Discovery Staff
National Review Online
September 27, 2010

Amtrak Cascades might drop second Vancouver train due to Canadian border fees
By: Progressive Railroading
Progressive Railroading
September 23, 2010

Federal Funding for Human Cloning?
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
September 23, 2010

Amtrak to Vancouver faces a bureaucratic hurdle
By: C.B. Hall
Crosscut
September 22, 2010

Second daily Amtrak trip won't be derailed: Transportation Minister
By: John Bermingham
The Province
September 22, 2010

Canadian fee may curb Amtrak rail runs
By: Tracy Sherlock
The Vancouver Sun
September 22, 2010

Group looks at extending commuter train to Blaine
By: Tracy Ellis
KGMI
September 20, 2010

Conference to promote high-speed rail in NW
By: Peter Wong
The Statesman Journal
September 18, 2010

What the Mariners and America Have in Common
By: Michael Medved
USA Today
September 16, 2010

Additional Articles by Nancy Pearcey
Archive maintained by Access Research Network
By: Nancy Pearcey
Various
September 16, 2010

Group studies feasibility of Blaine train stop
By: Tara Nelson
The Northern Light
September 16, 2010

Amazing Timing for Book on Tea Parties
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
September 14, 2010

Murder Suspect: I Was Just Helping Victim Commit Suicide
By: Christine Clarridge
Seattle Times
September 14, 2010

Murder Suspect: I Was Just Helping Victim Commit Suicide
By: Christine Clarridge
Seattle Times
September 14, 2010

After 50 years of OPEC, it's time to wean the U.S. economy from oil dependence
By: Steve Marshall
The Seattle Times
September 13, 2010

Turkey vs Israel?
A New Danger in the Middle East
By: Claire Berlinski
Discovery Institute
September 8, 2010

Intelligent Design Demoted
David Coppedge v. Jet Propulsion Laboratory et al.
By: Casey Luskin
Liberty Legal Journal
September 7, 2010

Atheist Author Christopher Hitchens Energetic in Debate at Birmingham Sheraton
By: Greg Garrison
Birmingham News
September 7, 2010

The Internet doesn't need new rules
By: Hance Haney
St. Petersburg Times
September 7, 2010

The Meaning of Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally
By: Jay Richards
The American
September 4, 2010

Atheist Preachers, Prophets and Killers
By: Wayne Laugesen
Colorado Springs Gazette
September 4, 2010

About Irreducible Complexity
Responding to Darwinists Claiming to Have Explained Away the Challenge of Irreducible Complexity
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 2, 2010

Combat Terrorists, But Don't Kill the Internet
By: Hance Haney
The Aspen Times
August 31, 2010

Animals Don’t Have Rights, But Humans Do Have Duties
By: John Hart
American Farm Bureau
August 30, 2010

How the U.S. Solved the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
By: John R. Miller
National Review
August 27, 2010

Huge Victory for Social Conservatives
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
August 24, 2010

The Search for God
Father Robert Spitzer Connects Modern Physics and Philosophy
By: Elenor Schoen
National Catholic Register
August 20, 2010

Why Is Jim Wallis Denying that He Receives Grants from Deep-Pocketed Leftists like George Soros?
By: Jay Richards
National Review
August 17, 2010

Go to the Sources
By: David Klinghoffer
The Weekly Standard
August 16, 2010

The Drive to Create
By: George Gilder
National Review
August 16, 2010

Light Rail Showdown: Vancouver versus Seattle
By: Frances Bula
The Globe and Mail
August 13, 2010

The Nonhuman Animal
By: Michael P. Orsi
The American Spectator
August 10, 2010

Zeal for Darwin's House Consumes Them: How Supporters of Evolution Encourage Violations of the Establishment Clause
By: Casey Luskin
Liberty University Law Review
August 9, 2010

My Life, My Death, My Choice
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
August 5, 2010

A Classic Evolution Policy Blunder
By: Bruce Chapman
The American Spectator
August 4, 2010

Ban the Burqa
By: Claire Berlinski
National Review
August 2, 2010

High-Speed Rail in the Cascadia Corridor
Sessions in Vancouver and Portland Advance Cause
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
July 27, 2010

Animal Spirits
By: David Michael
The New Republic
July 21, 2010

KUOW Report about "Deep-Bore Tunnel 101"
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
July 20, 2010

Broadband Regulation Risks Jobs
By: Hance Haney
Sacramento Bee
July 18, 2010

Obama Names Tom Alberg to New National Council on Entrepreneurship
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryNews.org
July 16, 2010

A Vexing Problem
Disturbing developments in the area of organ transplantation
By: Daniel Allott
The Catholic World Report
July 15, 2010

Israel Must Be More Than an Emergency
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jewish Daily Forward
July 15, 2010

Billboard Campaign Puts Controversial Right-to-Die Group in the Spotlight
By: Meghan Baker
Fox News
July 15, 2010

Health Care Rationing Obama Believes In
By: Nat Hentoff
Real Clear Politics
July 12, 2010

Obama's NASA: Fly Me to the Crescent Moon
By: Ken Blackwell
The Daily Caller
July 11, 2010

Connecting Cascadia: A High Speed Rail Vision for the Pacific Northwest
Draft Final Report
By: America 2050
Ameria 2050
July 8, 2010

As high-speed rail leaves the station, is B.C. on board
By: Curt Cherewayko
Puget Sound Business Journal
July 2, 2010

The Dark Side of Darwinism
By: David Klinghoffer
The Huffington Post
July 2, 2010

The Dark Side of Darwinism
By: David Klinghoffer
The Huffington Post
July 2, 2010

Intelligent Design Proponents Toil More than the Critics: A Response to Wesley Elsberry and Jeffrey Shallit
By: Casey Luskin
Intelligent Design & Evolution Awareness Center
July 1, 2010

Connecting Oregon
The Slow Road to Rapid Communications, 1843–2009
By: Frank Dillow
Oregon Historical Quarterly
July 1, 2010

Intelligent Design Uncensored: An Easy-to-Understand Guide to the Controversy
By: Dembski, William & Jonathan Witt
InterVarsity Press
June 28, 2010

Obama in the Coils of Foreign Opinion
By: John R. Miller
The American Spectator
June 28, 2010

Law provides framework to handle controversial scientific issues
By: Gene Mills
Shreveport Times
June 26, 2010

World is watching Alaskan Way Viaduct tunnel
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
June 25, 2010

World is Watching Alaskan Way Viaduct Tunnel
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
June 25, 2010

Discovery Views - Summer 2010
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 22, 2010

A Visit Inside Turkey's Islamist IHH
By: Claire Berlinski
The Weekly Standard
June 21, 2010

High-Speed Rail Would Save Oil, Create Jobs, Study Finds
By: Chad Vander Veen
Government Technology
June 18, 2010

New Gaza Flotilla Crisis Begins for Israel
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
June 17, 2010

A race to the top to cut U.S. oil dependence
By: Steve Marshall
Seattle Times
June 17, 2010

Cascadian Mayors Flirt with Romance of High-speed Rail
By: Curt Cherewayko
Business in Vancouver
June 15, 2010

Cascadian Mayors Flirt With Romance of High-Speed Rail
By: Curt Cherewayko
Business in Vancouver
June 15, 2010

Cuba 1962 and Iran 2010
Will There be a Mideast Nuclear Castro?
By: John Wolhstetter
The American Spectator
June 15, 2010

Dawkins and Darwin's Three-Ring Circus
A review of: The Greatest Show On Earth: The Evidence for Evolution
By: Jonathan Wells
Christian Research Journal
June 15, 2010

California Science Center to Pay Attorneys' Fees and Settle Open Records Lawsuit by Intelligent Design Group
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 14, 2010

Molecular Machines in the Cell
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
June 11, 2010

You Beast!
An Interview with Bioethicist Wesley J. Smith
By: Kevin Allen
Salvo Magazine
June 9, 2010

Health care rationing Obama believes in begins
By: Nat Hentoff
Jewish World Review
June 9, 2010

Demoted Employee for NASA Mission Fights Discrimination
By: Nathan Black
The Christian Post
June 8, 2010

Specialist for NASA mission demoted, threatened with termination for sharing views on intelligent design
ADF-allied attorney files suit on behalf of Jet Propulsion Laboratory specialist
By: Alliance Defense Fund
Alliance Defense Fund News Release
June 7, 2010

The "Teach the Controversy" Controversy
By: David K. DeWolf
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy
June 2, 2010

Assisted Suicide: Why Now?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Legatus Magazine
June 1, 2010

A Closer Look at Textbooks
By: Raven Clabough
New American
May 28, 2010

Richard M. Weaver, Conservative Intellectual Icon and Darwin-Doubter
By: David Klinghoffer
Evolution News & Views
May 26, 2010

In Defense of the Unabashedly Profitable
By: Jay Richards
Harvard Business Review
May 24, 2010

The Search for Extraterrestrial Life
The Question That Won't Go Away
By: Jay Richards
The Colson Center
May 19, 2010

The Land of Silicon and Money
By: Daniel Doron
The Wall Street Journal - European Edition
May 18, 2010

Presumptuous Consent
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 18, 2010

Stealth Legislation to Federally Fund Human Cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
May 18, 2010

Animal Rights: A Primer
By: Dr. Jeff Mirus
Catholic Culture
May 11, 2010

Ecocide: A Crime Against Peace?
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
May 10, 2010

The Constitutionality and Pedagogical Benefits of Teaching Evolution Scientifically
By: Casey Luskin
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy
May 6, 2010

Foot ferry service slated to return between Seattle-Kingston
By: Larry Lange
The Seattle P-I
May 4, 2010

FCC Should Focus on Spurring Investment, Not More Regulation
By: Hance Haney
The Seattle Times
May 2, 2010

Let's Build Transport System on Common Ground
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
April 30, 2010

Citizen Slade
By: Greg Lamm
Puget Sound Business Journal
April 30, 2010

Changing the Channel
A Special Report on Television
By: Joel Budd
The Economist
April 29, 2010

Veganism is Murder, Too
By: Anath Hartmann
Washington Times
April 28, 2010

State Dept. Thanks Discovery Institute
By: Daniel A. Russell
US Department of State
April 26, 2010

President Obama's Nuclear Gamble
By: John Wohlstetter
Hudson New York
April 21, 2010

Intelligent Design proponent who works at JPL says he experienced religious discrimination
By: Emma Gallegos
sgvtribune.com
April 18, 2010

Liberal Democrat Changes British Campaign
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
April 16, 2010

Wesley J. Smith Debates on Michael Medved Show
By: Discovery Staff
The Michael Medved Show
April 16, 2010

How NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Punished David Coppedge for His Views on Intelligent Design
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
April 15, 2010

Discrimination Lawsuit Filed against NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab for Harassing and Demoting Supporter of Intelligent Design
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
April 15, 2010

Stay focused on rails and trails on the Eastside
By: Lance Dickie
The Seattle Times
April 15, 2010

The Debate Around Fetal Pain and Abortions
By: John Hudson
The Atlantic
April 14, 2010

Alliance Brings High-Speed Internet to Low-Income
Seeking a Wider Web
By: Sandra Guy
Chicago Sun-Times
April 12, 2010

Darwin’s Sacred Cause Offers Little New and Nothing of Importance
By: Michael A. Flannery
Discovery Institute
April 8, 2010

China Is Eager to Bring High-Speed Rail Expertise to the U.S.
By: Keith Bradsher
The New York Times
April 7, 2010

But Shouldn't We Be Nice to Puppies?
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
April 7, 2010

Our Fading National Pastime
By: John R. Miller
Wall Street Journal
April 6, 2010

Atheist Crusaders
By: Philip Johnson
Touchstone
April 1, 2010

Signs of Desperation? Early Responses to Signature in the Cell Are Easily Dismissed
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
March 29, 2010

Every Bit Digital: DNA’s Programming Really Bugs Some ID Critics
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
March 29, 2010

Survival First, Lawfare Second
The Perils of Suicide-Pact Legalism
By: John Wohlstetter
American Spectator
March 26, 2010

At What Cost?
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
March 24, 2010

Animal Rights Versus Animal Welfare
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
March 22, 2010

Unnecessary telecom regulations hurting Illinois
By: Hance Haney and George Gilder
News-Gazette
March 21, 2010

Against All Gods: What’s Right and Wrong about the New Atheism
By: Johnson, Phillip, Reynolds, John Mark
IVP Books
March 18, 2010

A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy
By: Wesley J. Smith
C-SPAN
March 18, 2010

Illinois’ Incomplete Telecom Report Card
Remnant telecom regulation threatens jobs and opportunity in Illinois
By: Hance Haney & George Gilder
Illinois Technology Partnership
March 17, 2010

Cap and Trade for the Internet
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
March 16, 2010

When to Doubt a Scientific 'Consensus'
By: Jay Richards
The American
March 16, 2010

Animal Wrongs
By: Jacob Laksin
Frontpage Magazine
March 11, 2010

Animal Rights Follow-Up
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
March 10, 2010

Connect the Dots Between Scientism and Government Spending
Add up the Human and Financial Costs
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
March 4, 2010

What Do Darwinism and 'Climate Change' Have in Common?
By: Jay Richards
The American
March 4, 2010

Slade Gorton to be Honored as First Citizen
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle P-I
March 4, 2010

Darwin Foes Add Warming to Targets
By: Leslie Kaufman
The New York Times
March 4, 2010

Will Supreme Court decision mean profound changes in election conduct?
By: Steven Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
March 3, 2010

When Animals Sue
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
March 3, 2010

The NCSE, Judge Jones, and Citation Bluffs About the Origin of New Functional Genetic Information
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
March 2, 2010

Maybe Gore Still Needs to Thaw
By: Jay Richards
The American
March 1, 2010

Lively Truth-Teller
By: Steve Forbes
Forbes
March 1, 2010

Rats, Pigs, and Dogs: Oh Boy!
By: Humane Watch
www.humanewatch.org
February 28, 2010

Alexander Haig's 1981 Warning: Fixing Presidential Succession
By: John Wohlstetter
Discovery Institute
February 26, 2010

Rat = Pig = Dog = Boy = Moral Nonsense
By: Jay Richards
The American
February 23, 2010

McGinn to Microsoft on 520: Walk the talk
By: Larry Lange, Scott Gutierrez, Vanessa Ho and Nick Eaton
Seattle P-I
February 23, 2010

The Cut That Heals
By: George Gilder
National Review
February 22, 2010

George Washington's Tear-Jerker
By: John J. Miller
The New York Times
February 15, 2010

Unless We All Matter
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
February 9, 2010

Economic Conservatism and Social Conservatism are "Indivisible"
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
February 8, 2010

Future Imperfect
By: George Gilder
National Review
February 8, 2010

Why Antagonize China?
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
February 4, 2010

Eastside commuter rail and bike trail could be built fast, some say
By: Katherine Long
The Seattle Times
February 4, 2010

Cascadia: The New Frontier
How the 2010 Winter Games may help turn a decades-old dream for Cascadia into reality
By: Peter Severinson
BC Business
February 3, 2010

Bruce Agnew Discusses Sustainable Freight Transportation
By: Mike Wussow
Commission for Environmental Cooperation
February 2, 2010

Transportation advocates applaud state's receipt of federal high-speed rail funding
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
January 28, 2010

Washington to get $590 million for high-speed rail improvements
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
January 28, 2010

Washington state gets $590M for rail
By: Steve Wilhelm
Puget Sound Business Journal
January 28, 2010

A Mathematician Looks at Darwin’s Theory and Discovers It Doesn’t Add Up
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 26, 2010

Everyone Matters, No Matter What
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 26, 2010

Relax (regulation) and map a road to economic recovery
By: Mike Klein
The Daily Citizen
January 22, 2010

Between the Covers
By: John J. Miller
National Review Online
January 19, 2010

Legislating a Second Bill of Rights
By: Ben Wiker
To The Source
January 14, 2010

California Senate Minority Leader Launches Probe into California Science Center's Alleged Violations of First Amendment Rights
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 14, 2010

Forced "Consensus" is Corrupting Science
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
January 11, 2010

Richard Reid and the Christmas Bomber
By: John Wohlstetter
American Spectator
January 11, 2010

Georgia's Unfinished Telecom Agenda
Regulatory Reform Would Grow Georgia's Economy
By: Hance Haney, George Gilder
Discovery Institute
January 8, 2010

Telecom policy: Another way Georgia risks falling behind
By: Kyle Wingfield
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
January 8, 2010

Technological Morality
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
January 8, 2010

Could Snowdrifts Bury Prime Minister Brown?
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery News
January 6, 2010

'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
By: David Klinghoffer
Human Events
January 6, 2010

Is Physician-Assisted Suicide Ever Permissible?
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies
January 5, 2010

More Spin Will Cause, Not Cure, Public Mistrust of Science
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
January 3, 2010

Kenneth Miller, Michael Behe, and the Irreducible Complexity of the Blood Clotting Cascade Saga
By: Casey Luskin
EvolutionNews.org
January 1, 2010

St. Odd? Catholic best-selling author Koontz explores spirituality, evil
By: Tim Drake
National Catholic Register
January 1, 2010

Calif. Science Center Sued For Nixing Intelligent Design Film
By: Amir Efrati
The Wall Street Journal Law Blog
December 29, 2009

California Science Center is sued for canceling a film promoting intelligent design
By: Mike Boehm
Los Angeles Times
December 29, 2009

The Miser versus the Entrepreneur
By: Jay Richards
The American
December 23, 2009

The Party's Over
By: Jonathan Wells
The American Spectator
December 22, 2009

Climategate Recalls Attacks on Darwin Doubters
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Human Events
December 22, 2009

Haunted by Terri Schiavo
By: Wesley J. Smith
the church Report
December 21, 2009

Haunted by Terri Shiavo
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Church Report
December 21, 2009

Get with the Program
A Review of Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer
By: Heather Zeiger
Salvo
December 17, 2009

The Elephant in the Room: Challenging science dogma
As with evolution, the 'consensus' on climate change has become an ideology.
By: Rick Santorum
Philadelphia Inquirer
December 17, 2009

Most Overlooked News Of 2009 - Tunnel Differences
By: Ross Reynolds
KUOW-FM
December 16, 2009

Debate on Origins of Life: Meyer, Sternberg vs. Shermer Prothero
Streaming audio of the debate now available
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 15, 2009

The Long Awakening
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
December 14, 2009

Himmelfarb on Darwin
An Enduring Perspective After 50 Years
By: Michael A. Flannery
Discovery Institute
December 13, 2009

Evolution is Not the Problem. Darwinism is the Problem.
By: Ben Wiker
To The Source
December 9, 2009

Israel, Capitalism, and Human Exceptionalism
An Interview with Author George Gilder
By: Elliot Resnick
The Jewish Press
December 9, 2009

Does Science Have a Magisterium?
By: Jay Richards
The American
December 9, 2009

Flash Forward: Obamacare Cometh and Other Bioethical Tales for 2010
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
December 9, 2009

Road Tolling May Be A Necessary Evil For Vancouver
By: Derek Moscato
Metronews.ca "In Transit" column
December 7, 2009

Bernanke Versus the Austrians
By: Jonathan Witt
The American Spectator
December 7, 2009

Science center intolerant of intelligent design
By: Pete Chagnon
OneNewsNow
December 7, 2009

Darwinists, Moral Relativism, and Hitler
By: Richard Weikart
The Church Report
December 7, 2009

Intelligent Design Author Receives World Magazine’s Man of the Year Honor
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 7, 2009

Set My People Free
By: Ben Wiker
To The Source
December 3, 2009

Labour Clueless on Internet
By: Brendan O'Neill
The Guardian
December 3, 2009

Intelligent Design Think Tank Sues Calif. Science Center
By: Nathan Black
Christian Post
December 3, 2009

The Wrong War
By: John R. Miller
National Review
December 2, 2009

Discovery Institute Sues California Science Center for Suppressing Public Documents Showing Viewpoint Discrimination Against Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 2, 2009

2nd lawsuit filed over museum censorship
Science center accused of shutting down intelligent-design film
By: World Net Daily
World Net Daily
December 2, 2009

Intelligent Design Should Not Be Excluded From the Study of Origins
By: Alastair Noble
The Guardian
December 1, 2009

Keeping the lid on - and the science out
By: Barbara Hollingsworth
Washington Examiner
December 1, 2009

Scientocracy Rules
Creating Consensus Is the PC Way to Get Smart
By: Casey Luskin
Salvo Magazine
December 1, 2009

World Magazine Recommends Money, Greed and God
By: Marvin Olasky
World Magazine
December 1, 2009

Pulling the Plug on the Conscience Clause
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
December 1, 2009

Muddling the Manhattan Declaration
By: Jonathan Witt
Breakpoint
November 27, 2009

100 Notable Books of 2009
By: The New York Times Book Review
The New York Times
November 27, 2009

Intelligent Design film shut down by museum
Lawsuit challenges censorship of debate over evolution
By: Bob Unruh
WorldNetDaily
November 26, 2009

2009 Books of the Year
By: Discovery Staff
London Times Literary Supplement
November 25, 2009

Four teams vying to build viaduct replacement tunnel
By: Scott Gutierrez
Seattlepi.com
November 25, 2009

Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species
By: Ben Wiker
Human Events
November 24, 2009

Pro-Darwin consensus doesn't rule out intelligent design
By: Stephen C. Meyer
CNN.com
November 23, 2009

Melding Rich History, Promising Future
By: Bruce Agnew
Everett Herald
November 21, 2009

Bruce Agnew In Radio News Segment On Eastside Rail & Trail
By: Rich Lyons
KOMO 1000 AM
November 20, 2009

John Wohlstetter on Dennis Miller Show - The 9/11 Trial
By: Discovery Staff
The Dennis Miller Show
November 18, 2009

New light-rail plan avoids downtown core
By: Joshua Adam Hicks
Bellevue Reporter
November 17, 2009

New light-rail plan avoids downtown core
By: Joshua Adam Hicks
Bellevue Reporter
November 17, 2009

Intelligent design Book Delivers Blow To Darwin; Cracks Amazon.com Bestseller List in Science
Signature in the Cell makes 2009 list of top ten best selling science books
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 17, 2009

Chasing Corporations Out Of The U.S.
By: Bob Herbold
Investor's Business Daily
November 16, 2009

Congress is on a Health-Reform Path that will Raise Premiums
By: Slade Gorton
The Seattle Times
November 15, 2009

Suicide Radicalism Surges in America
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Church Report
November 15, 2009

The Rapture of the Atheists
By: Bruce Chapman
CNS News
November 13, 2009

Let's restore civility to the debate on evolution and intelligent design
By: Casey Luskin
Washington D.C. Examiner
November 13, 2009

On threshers, local food, faith, reason and more ...
By: Pioneer Press
TwinCities.com - Pioneer Press
November 12, 2009

2009…A Not So Dark Year in Bioethics After All
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture
November 12, 2009

2009…A Not So Dark Year in Bioethics After All
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture
November 12, 2009

Stinks to be You
By: Chuck Colson
BreakPoint
November 11, 2009

Consortium On Verge Of Owning Eastside Railway Land
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
November 7, 2009

Cascadia Center director Bruce Agnew on decision to keep Eastside corridor in public domain
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
November 6, 2009

Election 09: All-Mail Ballots Drain Elections of Their Majesty
Vote-by-mail may be more convenient, but it comes at the expense of the symbolism and grand drama of election nights.
By: Steven J. Buri
Crosscut
November 4, 2009

'Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?'
By: Benjamin Hawkins
Baptist Press
November 3, 2009

Pay-by-the-mile Auto Insurance Advances In California
By: Jim Sanders
Sacramento Bee
November 3, 2009

Australia's Dr. Death comes to San Francisco
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
November 2, 2009

Despite Rhetoric In Vancouver Mayor's Race, Decisions On Tolls Lie Elsewhere
By: Allan Brettman
Oregonian
November 1, 2009

Power '09: Bruce Agnew
By: Knute Berger
Seattle Magazine
November 1, 2009

Who Will Pass the Test?
Michael Medved Reviews The Israel Test
By: Michael Medved
Commentary
November 1, 2009

Who Will Pass the Test?
By: Michael Medved
Commentary
November 1, 2009

Seattle Getting 2,500 Electric Car Charging Stations
By: Scott Gutierrez
Seattle PI.com
November 1, 2009

Electric Car Industry Gets a Charge at Microsoft
King 5 News coverage of 6th Annual TransTech Conference featuring Rob Bernard
By: King 5 News
King 5
October 30, 2009

Knocking Human Beings Off the Pedestal of Exceptionalism
By: Wesley J. Smith
Church Report
October 30, 2009

Editorial - A Broken Model
By: Frank Bucholtz
Langley Times/B.C. LocalNews.com
October 27, 2009

Gilder, in Israel, Sees Still More Tech Inventions Coming
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
October 25, 2009

Seattle Expected To Be Key Market For Electric Cars
By: Katherine Long
Seattle Times
October 25, 2009

Will Smarter Roads Save Us Money?
By: Phil Patton
New York Times "Wheels" Blog
October 24, 2009

Electric Car Industry Pulls In For Quick Charge At Microsoft
By: Gary Chittim
KING 5 TV
October 23, 2009

Cascadia's Bruce Agnew Discusses Electric Vehicles On Display At "Beyond Oil"
By: Rich Lyons
KOMO 1000 AM
October 23, 2009

Darwin's Defenders Deny Life's Evident Design
By: Stephen C. Meyer
The Church Report
October 23, 2009

Facts About Seattle's Tunnel Choice
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
October 22, 2009

Region's Sustainable Transit Plan Must be Funded
By: Mike Harcourt
Vancouver Sun
October 22, 2009

Federal Grants Spur Adoption of New Transportation Technologies in Northwest
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
October 22, 2009

New Federal Grants Spur New Technologies
Beyond Oil Conference, Oct. 23-24, 2009
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
October 20, 2009

Electric Cars Find Power In Governments
By: Sebastion Moffett, Norihiko Shirouzu
Wall Street Journal
October 20, 2009

Free Ride On Roads Must End
By: Steven B. Bolt
Philadelphia Inquirer
October 20, 2009

Hazardous Pathway
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
October 20, 2009

Book Review: Why Are Jews Liberals?, by Norman Podhoretz
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
October 19, 2009

Assisted-suicide statute challenged by 2 Connecticut doctors
By: Kevin B. O'Reilly,
American Medical News
October 19, 2009

Puget Sound Gets Electric Cars In Federal Pilot Project
By: Les Blumenthal
Tacoma News Tribune
October 19, 2009

Smithsonian exercising viewpoint discrimination?
By: Charlie Butts
OneNewsNow
October 18, 2009

Cascadia Blog Article Highlights Teleworking Green, Productivity Benefits
By: Brendan B. Read
TMCnet.com
October 16, 2009

Assisted Suicide Advocates Seek to Euthanize The Rule of Law
By: Wesley J. Smith
Church Report
October 16, 2009

Nobel for Obama Injurious to America and its Allies?
By: Chad Groening
One News Now
October 15, 2009

Metropolitan Washington Council Of Governments To Study Road Pricing
By: Sarah Krouse
Washington Business Journal
October 15, 2009

Darwin’s Dilemma: Evolutionary Elite Choose Censorship over Scientific Debate
By: Casey Luskin
CNSNews.com
October 14, 2009

Bridge Operators Consider Raising Tolls In Bay Area
By: Denis Cuff
San Jose Mercury-News/Contra Costa Times
October 14, 2009

Dawkins Refuses to Debate Intelligent Design Scholars
By: Eric Young
Christian Post Reporter
October 13, 2009

The Human Exceptionalist - An Interview with Wesley J. Smith
By: Kevin Allen
Salvo Magazine
October 12, 2009

Abandoning the Most Vulnerable
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
October 12, 2009

Beware the Drive to Reduce Some Human Beings Into Mere Natural Resources
By: Wesley J. Smith
CNSNews.com
October 7, 2009

Signature in the Cell
By: Ken Peterson
Spectrum Magazine
October 6, 2009

Leading Darwinist Richard Dawkins Dodges Debates, Refuses to Defend Evolution as The Greatest Show On Earth
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 6, 2009

Preparing Students to Intelligently Question Darwin This Fall
By: Casey Luskin
The Church Report
October 5, 2009

City To Sign Deal Soon For Viaduct-replacement Tunnel
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
October 5, 2009

Is High Speed Rail A Good Investment For The Future?
By: Mike Skehan
Seattle PI.com
October 4, 2009

Crapo On Amtrak Numbers
By: Staff
Idaho State Journal
October 4, 2009

Snohomish Leaders Spent A Day In San Francisco
Planned Commuter Rail Line Assessed
By: Staff
Snohomish Times
October 4, 2009

Nobody Likes Us? Who Cares?
By: John R. Miller
The New York Times
October 3, 2009

'Green' Standards Catching On With Large Vehicle Fleets In Seattle Area
By: Steve Wilhelm
Puget Sound Business Journal
October 2, 2009

Ardi and the human family tree
By: World News & Opinion
The Week
October 2, 2009

Darwin's Dilemma Los Angeles Premiere Will Mark 150th Anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species with Focus on Controversy over Evolution and Intelligent Design
By: American Freedom Alliance
American Freedom Alliance
October 1, 2009

In Search Of A National Transportation Plan
By: Jake Lynch
Reporter Newspapers
October 1, 2009

Fast Train In The Fast Lane
By: Liam Moriarty
KPLU-FM 88.3
October 1, 2009

Northwest Is Poised To Lead In Developing Electric Car Transition
By: Steve Marshall
Seattle Times
October 1, 2009

Ask Not for Whom The Road Tolls
By: Al Scott
Puget Sound Business Journal
September 30, 2009

Richard Dawkins's Jewish Problem
By: David Klinghoffer
BeliefNet
September 29, 2009

Two Shipyards Compete For Kingston Ferry Contract
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
September 29, 2009

Jewish Brain Power Fuels Israeli Technology
By: Chris Mitchell
CBN
September 28, 2009

Waking a spiritually slumbering generation
By: David Klinghoffer
The Church Report
September 28, 2009

While There are Sister Cities There Will be no Wars
A friendship across years and miles
By: Howard L. Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
September 28, 2009

Civilization Clash: It's Envy, Not Religion
By: Rich Karlgaard
Forbes
September 28, 2009

How to Lose Friends
By: David Harsanyi
The Denver Post
September 25, 2009

The Body Politic Electric
By: Michael Weiss
Slate
September 25, 2009

Gregoire Opposes Any Push To Replace Viaduct With Surface Route
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
September 24, 2009

A landmark book about intelligent design has hit the bookstore shelves
Signature in the Cell
By: Chuck Colson
Breakpoint
September 24, 2009

Book Review: The Signature in the Cell
By: Douglas Groothius
The Constructive Curmudgeon
September 24, 2009

Translink's Carbon Claims Challenged From Within
By: Jeff Nagel
Surrey News
September 24, 2009

Senators seek to restore Amtrak's Pioneer Route
By: The Associated Press
The Seattle Times
September 23, 2009

Washington State Transportation Head Weighs In On Future Of Infrastructure
By: Laura Pierce
Reporter Newspapers
September 22, 2009

Time To Go "All In" On Tolls
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
September 22, 2009

Berlinski's The Devil's Delusion Back in Print
An Agnostic Delivers the Definitive Response to the New Atheists
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 22, 2009

A Myth Is as Good as a Mile
Why the assisted-suicide movement is winning
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
September 21, 2009

Deepening Darwin's Dilemma
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
September 16, 2009

Blown Away
By: Dan Peterson
American Spectator
September 15, 2009

Intelligent Design Film to Premiere at Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Sept. 29
Intelligent Design Author Will Also Speak at OU
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 14, 2009

Israel's Other War
By: Carl Horowitz
Townhall.com
September 12, 2009

A National Townhall on Health Care Reform
By: FRC Action Webcast
Family Research Council
September 11, 2009

Gilder Book a "Unique Contribution"
By: Caroline Glick
The Jerusalem Post
September 10, 2009

Highway Bill Passage This Fall Is Unlikely
By: Josh Mitchell
Wall Street Journal
September 10, 2009

Film Examines the Cambrian Explosion, Biology’s Big Bang, 530 Million Years in the Past
Darwin’s Dilemma will be released on DVD Sept. 15
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 9, 2009

Wesley J. Smith on the Cover of National Review
By: Staff
Discovery Blog
September 8, 2009

What’s Israel Got to Do with It?
By: Clifford D. May
National Review
September 3, 2009

Charge! Carmakers Are Shifting Toward Electric Vehicles; Policy-makers Must Do Their Part, Too.
By: Opinion Staff
The Economist
September 3, 2009

State Is Making Progress On Transportation issues
By: State Rep. Judy Clibborn
Bellingham Herald
September 3, 2009

Climate Bill Is Too Complex
(Carbon Tax Favored Over Cap-And-Trade)
By: Marshall Saunders
Philadelphia Inquirer
September 1, 2009

Hitler's Ethic: The Nazi Pursuit of Evolutionary Progress
By: Richard Weikart
Palgrave Macmillan
September 1, 2009

Transit Needs Statewide Fix
By: Editorial Board
Detroit Free Press
August 31, 2009

Minnesota's Highways May Need 'VMT' Fees
By: Editorial Board
Grand Forks Herald
August 31, 2009

Stop The Tunnel?
By: Guy Nelson
KUOW-FM
August 31, 2009

Does Seattle Have Enough Spark for Electric Cars?
By: John Stang
Seattle PI.com
August 31, 2009

Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design
By: Meyer, Stephen C.
Harper Collins
August 31, 2009

The Promise Land
By: Sol Stern
City Journal
August 28, 2009

New Direction and Goals Unveiled at National Transportation Forum
By: Mike Wussow
Discovery Institute (Cascadia Prospectus)
August 27, 2009

Transportation Dollars Should Be Allocated To Maximize Larger Society Goals
By: Slade Gorton
Seattle Times
August 27, 2009

George Gilder on The Michael Medved Show
By: Discovery Staff
The Michael Medved Show
August 26, 2009

Students Challenged to Study Evolution, Think for Themselves
By: Nathan Black
Christian Post
August 26, 2009

John Wohlstetter on Dennis Miller
By: Discovery Staff
The Dennis Miller Show
August 25, 2009

Silicon Israel
By: George Gilder
City Journal
August 25, 2009

MnDOT Short $50 Billion For Next 20 Years
By: Jim Foti
Minneapolis Star-Tribune
August 25, 2009

Pass This Test
By: Jay Nordlinger
National Review
August 24, 2009

State Wants $435 Mil In Stimulus Funds For Rail Service
By: Scott Gutierrez
Seattle PI.com
August 24, 2009

Portland to Vancouver B.C.: A Baby Step For Passenger Rail
By: Rick Attig
The Oregonian
August 23, 2009

Cleaning Up At The Ports Of Los Angeles And Long Beach
By: Ronald T. White
Los Angeles Times
August 23, 2009

The Netherlands?! A Good Bad Example
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
August 20, 2009

I am finally scared of a White House administration
By: Nat Hentoff
Jewish World Review
August 19, 2009

The Israel Test
By: Cynthia Grenier
Human Events
August 17, 2009

Rationing and Rationality
By: Editorial
National Review
August 17, 2009

Simulations of the Alakan Way Replacement Options
By: Washington State Dept. of Transportation
Washington State Dept. of Transportation
August 17, 2009

Seeking A Transit System We Can Afford
By: Harvey Enchin
Vancouver Sun
August 15, 2009

Sticking With Seattle's Tunnel
By: Alwyn Scott
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 14, 2009

Much Ado About Something: The Battle Over Obamacare
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
August 14, 2009

Big Business, If You're So Rich, Why Aren't You Smart?
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
August 13, 2009

A "Heretic" in Jewish Terms? Someone Who Denies Intelligent Design
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet
August 12, 2009

Second Daily Amtrak Train to Vancouver, B.C., Starts Aug. 19
By: Kristin Jackson
Seattle Times
August 12, 2009

Lives of Toil and Stress, Not Self Indulgence
By: Michael Medved
Townhall.com
August 12, 2009

Seniors Oppose Obamacare
By: Mike McManus
Ethics and Religion Column
August 12, 2009

The Benefits of Bartering
By: Yuri Mamchur
National Review
August 12, 2009

New Methods Of Funding Crucial
By: Gerald Nicely
The Tennessean
August 11, 2009

Expelled From the New York Times
By: Ben Stein
The American Spectator
August 10, 2009

Israel Inside
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
August 10, 2009

Are 110-m.p.h. Trains On The Right Track?
By: Jon Hilkevitch
Chicago Tribune
August 10, 2009

New Video Shows DNA Evidence for Intelligent Design
Animation Gives Unique Look Inside the Cell
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 10, 2009

Israel is just too successful for the losers of the Leftist intelligentsia
By: Stephanie Gutmann
The Daily Telegraph
August 10, 2009

Congress Begins Grappling With New Surface Transportation Funding Bill
By: Various
Cascadia Center
August 10, 2009

New types of medicines need new regulatory approaches
By: Bob Cihak
Tacoma News Tribune
August 6, 2009

West Coast Cities Charged By DOE Grant
By: Charles Redell
Sustainable Industries
August 6, 2009

Why We Should Stick To Our Consensus For A Deep-bore Tunnel
By: John Odland
Crosscut
August 6, 2009

$2 Billion In Grants To Bolster Manufacturing Of Parts For Electric Cars
By: Matthew L. Wald
New York Times
August 6, 2009

Charging Infrastructure In Short Supply
By: Rebecca Smith
Wall Street Journal
August 6, 2009

Obama Admin Issues 'Down Payment' On Electric Cars, Batteries
By: Saqib Rahim, Jessica Leber
New York Times, ClimateWire
August 6, 2009

Oregon Scores Millions For Electric Vehicle Development
By: Harry Esteve
The Oregonian
August 5, 2009

Whither Translink? Cutbacks, Status Quo, Or Too Costly
By: Frances Bula
Globe & Mail
August 1, 2009

Samurai Bioethics
John G. West on a Noble Defense Doomed by Darwinian Materialism
By: John G. West
Touchstone
August 1, 2009

Can You Hear That Train A-Coming? We Might Get Amtrak Back
By: Tim Woodward
Idaho Statesman
August 1, 2009

Gilder Throws Down a Gauntlet
By: Mona Charen
Townhall.com
July 31, 2009

Choosing the Chosen People
By: Kathryn Jean Lopez
NRO
July 30, 2009

Collins Heads NIH
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
July 30, 2009

Capitalism, Freedom, and Jewish Accomplishment: The Israel Test
By: George Gilder, Charles Murray, Jon Entine
American Enterprise Institute
July 28, 2009

U.S. Can Cut Half Its Carbon Emissions From Transportation By 2050, Report Says
By: Josh Vorhees
New York Times/Greenwire
July 28, 2009

Capitalism, Jewish Achievement, and the Israel Test
By: George Gilder
The American
July 27, 2009

The Vitality of Israel
By: David Pryce-Jones
National Review
July 23, 2009

Wolhlstetter At African-American Conservative Discussion
By: PRLog
PRLog
July 23, 2009

Mayors Kick Off Quest For Ways To Pay For Transportation System
By: Frances Bula
Globe & Mail
July 22, 2009

High-Tech Highway Funding
By: Joseph M. Giglio, Charles Chieppo
Boston Globe
July 22, 2009

Bruce Agnew In Radio News Segment On Bremerton-Seattle Foot Ferry Trial
By: Travis Mayfield
KOMO-AM 1000
July 20, 2009

So Three Cows Walk into Court...
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
July 20, 2009

Amtrak Rails May Ring In Trains' Return
By: Zach Hagadone
Idaho Business Review
July 20, 2009

Mainers Invited To Become Track-Your-Car Guinea Pigs
By: Beth Quimby
Portland Press Herald
July 15, 2009

Murray Gets State $7.6 Million More In Ferry Stimulus Money
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
July 15, 2009

U.S. Senate Committee OKs $20 Billion for Highway Fund
By: Lisa Lambert
Reuters
July 15, 2009

A Son Of Portland, Ore. Tries To Puncture The Myth Of 'Smart Growth'
By: Saqib Rahim
New York Times, ClimateWire
July 15, 2009

Jefferson's Support for Intelligent Design
By: Stephen C. Meyer
The Boston Globe
July 15, 2009

Exxon Sinks $600 Million into Algae-Based Biofuels In Major Strategy Shift
By: Katie Howell
New York Times, Greenwire
July 14, 2009

Push to Grant Animal Rights in Congress
Extremists Find Friends in Obama Administration
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 14, 2009

Zogby Poll: Most Americans Want Strengths and Weaknesses of Darwinism Taught In Schools
By: Christopher Neefus
CNSNews.com
July 13, 2009

Charging Uphill: The Art Of Selling The Electric Car
By: John J. Fialka
New York Times, ClimateWire
July 13, 2009

Bipartisan Transportation Report Calls for Dramatic Shift in U.S. Transportation Policy
By: Mike Wussow
Discovery Blog
July 10, 2009

Rail system plan continues to roll down the line
By: Kris Hill
Covington Reporter News
July 9, 2009

Traffic Congestion Down, But Costs To Commuters Still Up
By: Scott Gutierrez
Seattle PI.com
July 9, 2009

Collins Appointment May Stir Unexpected Controversy
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
July 8, 2009

Breaking the Cease-Fire Between Science and Religion
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
July 8, 2009

Drivers Asked To Test Alternative To Fuel Tax
By: Heather Clark
Associated Press
July 8, 2009

Take It from Me, Mahmoud: Watch Those Russians
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
July 7, 2009

The Alphabet of Life
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
July 7, 2009

Dr. Stephen Meyer on Michael Medved Show
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
July 7, 2009

Palin and the Politics of Familial Destruction
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
July 7, 2009

Telecommuting A Quiet Environmental Success Story
By: Richard Blake
Green Nation Today
July 7, 2009

Amtrak Cleared for 2nd Daily Train To Vancouver, B.C.
By: Jennifer Sullivan
Seattle Times
July 3, 2009

Cascadia Rail Week Highlights Cross-Border & Interstate Ties
By: Northwest Media
Various
July 3, 2009

A Road Map, Or A Road To Ruin?
By: Editorial Board
Los Angeles Times
July 1, 2009

The Death of Dialogue?
By: Hans Zeiger
Townhall.com
July 1, 2009

When the Rich Get Rich, Do the Poor Really Get Poorer?
By: Michael Medved
Townhall.com
July 1, 2009

In Darwin Anniversary Year, New Zogby Poll Reveals Majority Support for Intelligent Design
Doubts about Darwin Continue to Mount
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 30, 2009

White House Says Transportation System Overhaul Must Wait
By: Alec MacGillis
Washington Post
June 26, 2009

New Book Reveals DNA Evidence for Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 23, 2009

Are Humans In God's Image? Even Darwinists like Francis Collins Say, Effectively, No
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet
June 22, 2009

Avvenire Interviews Wesley J. Smith
By: Lorenzo Schoepflin
Avvenire
June 18, 2009

Good judges overcome personal bias and rule according to the law
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
June 16, 2009

Does Challenging Darwin Create Constitutional Jeopardy? A Comprehensive Survey of Case Law Regarding the Teaching of Biological Origins
By: Casey Luskin
Hamline University Law Review
June 15, 2009

Congestion Pricing: The Only Thing That Works
By: Peter Gordon
Los Angeles Times
June 15, 2009

Light Rail Rolls, And Commuter Rail Percolates
By: Lance Dickie
Seattle Times
June 12, 2009

"Government Motors: Death of the Private Corporation
By: John Wohlstetter
Fenton Report
June 11, 2009

Moving the Goalpost
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
June 10, 2009

What 'Ida' give for a missing link
By: Casey Luskin
Washington D.C. Examiner and San Francisco Examiner
June 8, 2009

Who Will Protect Cyberspace?
By: George Gilder
Disco-Tech Blog
June 5, 2009

Talking Corridor Tolling
By: Dori Monson, Matt Rosenberg
KIRO-FM 97.3
June 4, 2009

The Mr. Potato Head Constitution
By: Jonathan Witt
American Spectator
June 4, 2009

All Aboard! Oregon Eligible For High Speed Rail
By: Mark Baker
Eugene Register-Guard
June 4, 2009

First Things Now Hosts DI Sr. Fellow Wesley J. Smith’s Blog
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
June 3, 2009

Transcript Of Corridor Tolling Radio Discussion
By: Dori Monson, Matt Rosenberg
KIRO-FM 97.3
June 3, 2009

“Obsessional” Fear of Suffering Ushering in Euthanasia Culture: Prominent Bioethicist
By: Kathleen Gilbert
Life Site News
June 3, 2009

Liberals almost rediscover the family
By: Logan Paul Gage
The Washington Examiner
June 3, 2009

Our Families, Our Wealth
By: Robert W. Patterson
National Review
June 3, 2009

Will More Washington Roads Take Their Toll On Drivers
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle PI.com
June 2, 2009

What's Needed For An Oregon-B.C. High Speed Rail Link
By: Geoff Meggs
Vancouver Sun
June 2, 2009

Broadening the Faith and Evolution Debate
By: John West
Washington Post: On Faith
June 2, 2009

When and Why Anti-Darwinism First Arose
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet
June 1, 2009

Cascadia Rail Week In The News
By: Northwest Media
Various
June 1, 2009

High(er) Speed Rail Update
By: Geoff Meggs
Blog: "Geoff Meggs - Vancouver City Councillor"
May 30, 2009

State Hopes For $880 Million For Rail
By: Marquise Allen
Centralia Chronicle
May 30, 2009

High Speed Rail Could Run From Oregon To B.C.
By: Bill Sheets
Everett Herald
May 29, 2009

High Speed Rail Between Vancouver And Portland Requires Improved Or New Corridor
By: Doug Ward
Vancouver Sun
May 29, 2009

Portland, Vancouver, B.C. Mayors Pledge To Push For High Speed Rail
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
May 29, 2009

Regional Leaders Discuss High Speed Rail
By: Justin Carinci
Daily Journal Of Commerce - Oregon
May 29, 2009

$8B For High Speed Rail Is 'Purely Seed Money'
By: Margie Slovan
Daily Journal Of Commerce
May 29, 2009

High Speed Rail Dreams Depend On Dedicated Tracks
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle PI.com
May 28, 2009

Stimulus Funds Wanted For Improved Rail Line
By: Hal Bernton
The Seattle Times
May 28, 2009

Vancouver And Portland Sign Agreement Supporting High Speed Rail
By: Staff
News1130
May 28, 2009

High Speed Rail Along The West Coast is A "No-brainer"
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle PI.com
May 27, 2009

High Speed Rail?
By: Kasey Montoya
KOIN-TV
May 27, 2009

High Speed Rail Supporters Meet in Portland
By: Kristian Foden-Vencil
Oregon Public Broadcasting
May 27, 2009

New Faith and Evolution Website Explores Compatibility of Darwin's Theory and Religion
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 26, 2009

New Website on Faith and Evolution Explores if the Two are Friends or Foes
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 26, 2009

Cross-border Passenger Rail Upgrades Sought On West Coast
By: Shane Woodford
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
May 25, 2009

Flexible Tolling: The Key To Solving Our Congestion
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
May 22, 2009

Ottawa must look beyond just costs on second Seattle train
By: Editorial Board
Vancouver Sun
May 21, 2009

John Wohlstetter on Dennis Miller
By: Staff
Staff
May 20, 2009

Where Theistic Evolution Leads
By: David Klinghoffer
BeliefNet
May 19, 2009

Ottawa's lack of vision may derail dream of fast-train service
By: Miro Cernetig
Vancouver Sun
May 19, 2009

Why Darwinism Is False
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
May 18, 2009

High Speed Rail Can Transform Cascadia
By: Various
Northwest Media
May 18, 2009

High Speed Rail: Region Should Climb Aboard
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
May 15, 2009

Tourism Leaders Steaming Over Train Holdup
By: Jon Ferry
The Province
May 15, 2009

Deep Bored Tunnel Bill Is Signed Into Law - News Round-up
By: Various
Cascadia Center
May 13, 2009

A Primer on the Tree of Life
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
May 12, 2009

Is Cascadia's Train Coming In?
By: Knute Berger
Crosscut
May 12, 2009

Letter From Governors Gregoire And Kulongoski To DOT Sec. LaHood On High Speed Rail Grants
By: Christine Gregoire, Ted Kulongoski
Cascadia Center
May 11, 2009

Ed Meese Hailed for Defending Freedom
Reagan Attorney General Rescued Constitution from Activist Judges
By: Drew Zahn
WorldNetDaily
May 11, 2009

Hope For High Speed Rail On The West Coast
By: Les Blumenthal
McClatchy Newspapers/Tacoma News Tribune
May 10, 2009

With Olympics on Horizon, Coalition Urges Action to Accelerate Second Amtrak Cascades Service to Vancouver
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
May 6, 2009

Tolls For Highway Work: An Easier Pill To Swallow?
By: Brad Cooper
Kansas City Star
May 5, 2009

Cyber Jam
By: Editorial
The Times of India
May 5, 2009

Rep. Eddy's HB 1481 To Expand Electric Vehicle Infrastructure
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
May 5, 2009

Bellevue Eyes Sound Transit Train Tunnel; Microsoft Wants Surface Route
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
May 4, 2009

Safe Haven, or Easy Way to Ditch Kid?
By: Rick Armon
Akron Beacon Journal
May 4, 2009

Road-Use Fees Could Solve Our Transit Woes
By: Alice Rivlin, Benjamin Orr
Brookings Institution/Washington Business Journal
May 1, 2009

The Role of Agency in Science
By: Angus Menuge
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Darwin’s Views on Morality
By: Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D.
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

What were Darwin's Religious Views?
By: Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D.
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Charles Darwin: A Short Biography
By: Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D.
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

America's Healthcare Policies are Sick
By: Bob Herbold
Real Clear Politics
May 1, 2009

The Scientific Status of Design Inferences
By: Bruce L. Gordon
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

The Scientific Status of Design Inferences
By: Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D.
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Why Quantum Theory Does Not Support Materialism
By: Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D.
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Cicero on Intelligent Design
By: Cicero
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Richard Dawkins: A Biography
By: David Klinghoffer
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Daniel Dennett: A Biography
By: David Klinghoffer
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Francis Collins: A Biography
By: David Klinghoffer
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Michael Behe: A Biography
By: David Klinghoffer
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Debunking the Scopes 'Monkey Trial' Stereotype
By: Edward Sisson
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Designed for Discovery
By: Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

The Pale Blue Dot Revisited
By: Jay W. Richards and Guillermo Gonzalez
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

The Rhetorical Structure of Darwin's Origin of Species
By: John Angus Campbell
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Does Darwinism Support Traditional Morality?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Is Darwinian Evolution Compatible with Free Will and Personal Responsibility?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Was Darwin a Social Darwinist?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Darwin's Theory and Social Darwinism: There Is A Connection
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Is Darwinian Evolution Compatible with Religion?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

What is Theistic Evolution?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Philip Kitcher on Living with Darwin
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

According to theistic evolution, did God direct evolution and know its outcome?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

According to theistic evolution, were human beings created originally good?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

What are the religious views of leading scientists who support evolution?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Is intelligent design based on the Bible?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Panning God: Darwinism's Defective Argument Against Bad Design
By: Jonathan Witt
Truth4Net. Science
May 1, 2009

How Darwinism Dumbs Us Down: Evolution and Postmodernism
By: Nancy Pearcey
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Plato on Intelligent Design
By: Plato
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Limits to Evolvability
By: Ray Bohlin
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Intelligent, Optimal, and Divine Design
By: Richard Spencer
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Science, Eugenics, and Bioethics
By: Richard Weikart
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Evolutionary Computation: A Perpetual Motion Machine for Design Information
By: Robert J. Marks, II
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

What Is Evolution?
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Robert Wright on Darwinism and Free Will
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Design in the Bible and the Early Church Fathers
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

What Is the Science Behind Intelligent Design?
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

A Brief History of Discovery Institute
Downloadable document
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

Evolution and Ethics
By: Thomas Huxley
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2009

The Origin of Life
By: Walter Bradley
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Detecting Design in the Natural Sciences
By: William A. Dembski
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Intelligent Design: A Brief Introduction
By: William A. Dembski
4Truth.Net Science
May 1, 2009

Put People, Children's Voices First On Seattle Waterfront
By: Cary Bozeman
Seattle Times
April 29, 2009

Obama's first 100 days: Diplomacy abroad, a hard line at home
By: John Wohlstetter
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
April 29, 2009

Seattle Among Kickoff Cities For Plug-in Cars
By: Phuong Le
Associated Press, Seattle Times
April 29, 2009

Keep the Human in Humane
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
April 29, 2009

SR 99 Deep Bored Tunnel Costs - Radio Transcript
By: Dave Ross, Bruce Agnew
KIRO-FM 97.3
April 28, 2009

Time For Vancouver To Get Aboard Obama's Cascadia Express
By: Miro Cernetig
The Vancouver Sun
April 27, 2009

Mayor Backs Plan For High Speed Rail From Oregon To B.C.
By: Frank Luba
The Province
April 26, 2009

Jubilation! Technology, Persistence, Progress Triumph in Seattle
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryBlog.org
April 25, 2009

Deep Bored Tunnel To Replace Alaskan Way Viaduct - Latest Information
By: Various
Cascadia Center
April 25, 2009

Seattle Tunnel Would Be The World's Widest
By: Margie Slovan
Daily Journal Of Commerce
April 24, 2009

We Face A Competitiveness Crisis Without Transport Spending
By: Sam Staley
Puget Sound Business Journal
April 24, 2009

House OKs SR 99 Tunnel - News & Commentary
By: Various
Washington State media
April 24, 2009

Kitsap Transit buying high-speed ferry
By: The Associated Press
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer/Associated Press
April 22, 2009

Homo Sapiens, Get Lost
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
April 22, 2009

Kitsap Transit Buying 73 New Vans, Two Ferries
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
April 21, 2009

Next stop: A faster train from Seattle to Portland
By: Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
April 21, 2009

Slouching Toward Columbine: Darwin's Tree of Death
By: David Klinghoffer
BeliefNet
April 20, 2009

John Wohlstetter's Appearance on the Fred Thompson Show
By: John Wohlstetter
The Fred Thompson Show
April 20, 2009

Obama's rail plan not so high-speed
By: The Oregonian editorial board
The Oregonian
April 19, 2009

Rail Advocates Laud Federal Announcement
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle PI.com
April 16, 2009

High Speed Rail Gets $8 Billion Boost; Northwest Could Benefit
By: Natasha Metzler
Associated Press, Seattle Times
April 16, 2009

Northwest Could Be In Line for Federal Money For High Speed Rail
By: Scott Sunde
Seattle PI.com
April 16, 2009

Omer in America
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jewish Daily Forward
April 15, 2009

Virginia Must Consider Tax Changes For Road Funding, Official Says
By: Peter Bacque
Richmond Times-Dispatch
April 15, 2009

Yakima Valley Fruit Growers Support Deep Bore Tunnel On SR 99
By: Marina Rockinger
KOMO-AM 1000
April 13, 2009

Deep-bore Tunnel Is Best Replacement Option
By: Keith Mathews
Yakima Herald-Republic
April 12, 2009

Obama Won't Raise Gas Tax
By: Lisa Lambert
Reuters
April 9, 2009

As Texas Goes, So Goes the Nation on Textbooks
By: Dr. Charles Garner and David Klinghoffer
The Washington Examiner
April 8, 2009

Keeping The Promises For The I-5 Bridge
By: Editorial Board
The Oregonian
April 8, 2009

Obama's China Card
Seat at Top Economic Table an Ace in the Hole
By: John Wohlstetter
The Washington Times
April 8, 2009

Judaism in the Year of Darwin
By: David Klinghoffer
BeliefNet
April 5, 2009

Training Pants For The 21st Century Motorist
By: Bern Grush
Grush Hour
April 3, 2009

Medved Pummels Political Correctness
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Institute
April 3, 2009

The Israel Test
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
April 3, 2009

Can Private Equity Play The Infrastructure Game?
By: Vyvyan Tenorio, Christine Idzelis
The Deal
April 3, 2009

Going Private 2.0
By: William Weld
The Deal
April 3, 2009

Chapman Shares 2010 Census Concerns
By: Discovery Staff
AM-WTOP
April 2, 2009

520 Bridge Bill May Be Recipe For Delays
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
April 2, 2009

State Senate Passes $4.3B Transportation Plan
By: Staff
Seattle Times/Associated Press
April 2, 2009

Partnerships A Solution For Transportation Funding?
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 1, 2009

Some Good And Bad Ideas For Bankrolling Roads
By: Gabriel Roth
Tucson Citizen
April 1, 2009

According to theistic evolution, is design in nature detectable?
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
April 1, 2009

Ready To Try Public-Private Partnerships Yet?
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
April 1, 2009

State House Unveils Transportation Budget
By: Brian Slodysko
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer/Associated Press
March 31, 2009

State Budget Cuts Could Hit I-90 Light Rail
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
March 31, 2009

Eastside Light Rail: Yes, But Where?
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 29, 2009

High Speed Rail In The U.S.: Anyone Aboard?
By: Deborah Hastings
Seattle Times/Associated Press
March 27, 2009

Using Religion to Suppress Debate on Evolution
By: John G. West
Washington Post: On Faith
March 27, 2009

Texas Improves on Strengths and Weaknesses Language in Science Standards on Teaching Evolution
Texas Now Leads Nation in Requiring Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 27, 2009

An Analysis of the Expert Testimony of Prof. David Hillis before the Texas State Board of Education on January 21, 2009
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 27, 2009

An Analysis of the Expert Testimony of Prof. Ronald Wetherington before the Texas State Board of Education on January 21, 2009
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 27, 2009

The Time Has Come To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
March 26, 2009

Bear Market's First Bagged Bear
By: John Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
March 26, 2009

Hey Private Sector, Wanna Buy A Bridge?
By: Dave Demergian
Wired
March 23, 2009

Response from Ralph Seelke to David Hillis Regarding Testimony on Bacterial Evolution Before Texas State Board of Education, January 21, 2009
By: Ralph Seelke
Ralph Seelke
March 23, 2009

Expert: Viaduct Bored Tunnel Would Be "World Class Project"
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 20, 2009

Selective Study: End of Life Treatment in Religious Patients
By: Chuck Colson
crosswalk.com
March 20, 2009

Waiting Longer for Two Mutations
By: Michael J. Behe
Discovery Institute
March 20, 2009

For Transportation Chief, Mum's The Word On Policy Questions
By: Josh Voorhees
New York Times/Greenwire
March 19, 2009

Stem Cell Debate is Over Ethics, Not Science
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Sacramento Bee
March 19, 2009

The P-I: Saying goodbye to a liberal voice
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
March 17, 2009

Open Season for Debates
By: David Klinghoffer
The Vermont Cynic
March 17, 2009

No Ruling Yet On SR 520 West-side Design
By: Debera Carlton Harrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 17, 2009

Breaking The Gridlock On Paying For Roads
By: Fred Hiatt
Washington Post
March 16, 2009

"Salish Sea" proposed name for waters Washington, B.C. share
By: Warren Cornwall
Seattle Times
March 15, 2009

Stem-Cell Doubletalk
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
March 12, 2009

Friedman Calls For Carbon Tax To Spark Change
By: Richard Read
The Oregonian
March 10, 2009

Governors Envision Eco-friendly Fuels At I-5 Rest Stops
By: Jennifer Sullivan
Seattle Times
March 8, 2009

Officials Seek Way To Fill A Gas Tax Gap
By: Steve Friess
New York Times
March 8, 2009

Politicians a missing Cascadia link
Diminishing nation-state concept isn't easy sell - and that's a problem, says UBC professor
By: Paul Freeman
Puget Sound Business journal
March 7, 2009

What Is It About A Mileage Tax Obama Doesn't Understand?
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
March 5, 2009

Arrested Final Exit Network Activists Are Mainstream in Euthanasia Activism
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
March 4, 2009

Province To Pay Full $2.5 Billion After P3 Deal Collapses
By: Wendy Stueck
Globe And Mail
February 28, 2009

Cascadia High Speed Rail: It's Time
By: Brad Perkins
The Oregonian
February 26, 2009

New SR 99 Deep Bore Tunnel Project Fact Sheets And Maps From WSDOT
By: staff
Cascadia Center
February 26, 2009

Primer on the Great Debate
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
February 25, 2009

Mr. LaHood's Good Idea
The Transportation Chief's Mileage Tax Shouldn't Be A Nonstarter
By: Editorial Board
Washington Post
February 23, 2009

The Dangers of Over Selling Evolution
By: Philip S. Skell
Forbes
February 23, 2009

Full Speed Ahead On High Speed Rail
By: Editorial Board
Oregonian
February 22, 2009

'Right to die' can become a 'duty to die'
By: Wesley J. Smith
Daily Telegraph
February 21, 2009

Doubting Darwin: Debate Over the Mind's Evolution
By: Jon Hamilton
NPR
February 20, 2009

Stimulate Broadband and Lower Utility Bills With Regulatory Reform
Study Highlights Needed Telecom Regulatory Reforms in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee
By: Hance Haney and George Gilder
Discovery Institute
February 19, 2009

Metro Transit Fears $100M Potential Potential Shortfall; Service Cuts
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
February 19, 2009

America's Israeli Election
By: John Wohlstetter
Townhall.com
February 18, 2009

Bruce Chapman on Fox News
By: Bruce Chapman
Fox News Channel
February 13, 2009

Happy Birthday, Charles Darwin
By: Benjamin D. Wiker
InsideCatholic.com
February 12, 2009

Happy Darwin Day?
By: Jonathan Wells
The Washington Times
February 12, 2009

Controlling the Census: The Obama Administration's Power Grab
By: Martha Zoller
Human Events
February 12, 2009

Who’s Ready to Sue Over Census Power Grab?
By: Michelle Malkin
www.michellemalkin.com
February 12, 2009

On Darwin’s 200th Birthday, Zogby Poll Shows Dramatic Jump in Americans Who Favor Teaching Both Sides of Evolution
Surprisingly Strong Support Seen Among Democrats and Liberals
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 12, 2009

Dems Downplay Obama's Plan to Oversee 2010 Census
By: Fox News
Fox News
February 11, 2009

Darwin's Birth Day
By: Geoffrey Simmons
Amazon.com
February 11, 2009

Barack Obama and Rahm Emanuel Go After the Census
By: Michael Barone
U.S. News & World Report
February 11, 2009

Professors Show Need for Academic Freedom Bill
By: The Oklahoma Daily Editorial Board
The Oklahoma Daily
February 11, 2009

Mr. President, Come to Your Census!
By: Bruce Chapman
Fox News Channel
February 10, 2009

Darwin, Intelligent Design, and Freedom of Discovery on Evolutionists' Holy Day
By: Casey Luskin
U.S. News & World Report
February 10, 2009

No, Previous Presidents Never Tried this Stunt
By: Jennifer Rubin
Commentary Magazine
February 10, 2009

Why Obama Wants Control of the Census
By: John Fund
The Wall Street Journal
February 10, 2009

Let Statisticians, Not White House, Conduct the 2010 Census
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryBlog.org
February 7, 2009

White House Grabs 2010 Census Power
By: Drew Zahn
WorldNetDaily
February 7, 2009

Intelligent Design Renews Debate Between Science and Religion
By: Bob Allen
The Baptist Standard
February 6, 2009

House Bill Supports New Passenger Ferries, Sets One Aside for Northwest Washington
By: Jared Paben
Bellingham Herald
February 6, 2009

There Is No 'Politically Correct' Science
By: John G. West
Forbes.com
February 5, 2009

The Problem Of Evidence
By: Jonathan Wells
Forbes.com
February 5, 2009

Rep. Ericksen's Bill Would Allow Spending $25 Million For Passenger Ferries
By: Jared Paben
Bellingham Herald
February 4, 2009

More Details On How The Bellingham To Friday Harbor Ferry Service Could Work
By: Jared Paben
Bellingham Herald
February 4, 2009

Discovery Institute Honors Charles Darwin With Academic Freedom Day
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 4, 2009

Waiting Longer for Two Mutations
Published letter in response to Durrett & Schmidt
By: Michael J. Behe
Genetics
February 1, 2009

WSDOT: Deep Bored Tunnel Would be Safer In Earthquake
By: Travis Mayfield
KOMO-AM 1000
January 31, 2009

Discovery Institute Announces 2009 Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design in the Natural Sciences and Culture
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 30, 2009

The Wages of Whining
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
January 29, 2009

Feds OK With I-90 Tolls To Help Pay For New 520 Bridge
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
January 29, 2009

Tolls And Other Traffic Management Ideas Are Coming Back
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
January 28, 2009

For the viaduct, a light at the end of the tunnel
By: Glenn Pascall
Puget Sound Business journal
January 23, 2009

Ohio Studies Vehicle Miles Tax To Replace Or Supplement Fuel Tax
By: Karen Farkas
Cleveland Plain Dealer
January 23, 2009

Media Backgrounder: Texas Board of Education Actions on Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 23, 2009

Texas State Board of Education Votes To Require Students to Analyze and Evaluate Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 22, 2009

USDOT Nominee Urges Role for Private Sector
By: Christopher Conkey
Wall Street Journal
January 21, 2009

Q&A With Wesley J. Smith
By: Wesley J. Smith
AdvanceUSA Blog
January 21, 2009

The Viaduct Decision's Next Step: Tolling
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
January 20, 2009

House Plan For Infrastructure Disappoints Advocates For Major Projects
By: Michael Cooper
New York Times
January 20, 2009

Deep-bore Tunnel Promises A Vibrant Future For Seattle’s Waterfront
By: Alwyn Scott
Puget Sound Business Journal
January 16, 2009

Where is the rabbi like Richard John Neuhaus?
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
January 15, 2009

National Attention to Seattle Viaduct?
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryBlog.org
January 14, 2009

Deep-Bored Tunnel Chosen For Seattle: News Wrap-Up
Decision Made to Replace Aging Alaskan Way Viaduct
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute
January 14, 2009

Nortel Files for Bankruptcy
By: Tom Giles and Arik Hesseldahl
Business Week
January 14, 2009

A Dark Year for Ethical Bioethics in 2009
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
January 14, 2009

BESE Expected to Take Up Controversial Science Instruction Act Today
By: Bill Barrow
The Times-Picayune
January 13, 2009

Cascadia's Bruce Agnew Discusses Deep Bore Tunnel Choice
By: Dave Ross Show
KIRO-FM 97.3
January 13, 2009

Texas Board of Education Schedules Special Expert Hearing on Strengths and Weaknesses of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 13, 2009

Cascadia Center Applauds Decision To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
January 13, 2009

Deep Bored Tunnel Chosen: Jan. 13-16 Media & Govt. Links
By: Various
Newspapers, Radio, TV, State of WA, other sources
January 13, 2009

Biological Colonialism
By: Wesley J. Smith
To The Source
January 13, 2009

City, County, State Agree To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
By: Andrew Garber, Mike Lindblom, Emily Heffter
Seattle Times
January 12, 2009

Sources: Viaduct To Be Replaced With Tunnel
By: Chris McGann
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 12, 2009

Puget Sound Foot Ferries Migrate To San Francisco
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
January 12, 2009

Bogus Assertions
By: Robert Crowther
San Antonio Express
January 11, 2009

Stakeholders Took Initiative With Viaduct Tunnel Option
By: Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
January 11, 2009

Richard John Neuhaus: "All the Trumpets Sounded on the Other Side"
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
January 9, 2009

Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Needs A Bored Tunnel To Serve Capacity And Neighborhoods
By: Larry Phillips
Seattle Times
January 9, 2009

Industry Warms To Tunnel Replacing Seattle's Viaduct
By: Steve Wilhelm
Puget Sound Business Journal
January 9, 2009

My 2008 Predictions in Bioethics: A Mixed Record
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
January 9, 2009

Viaduct Replacement: Surface And Tunnel
By: Steve Scher, Bob Donegan, Jeffrey Ochsner, Carol binder, David Brewster, Cary Moon
"Weekday," KUOW-FM
January 8, 2009

U.S. In the Midst of a Revolution
By: Richard Stuebi
Seeking Alpha
January 6, 2009

Bored Tunnel Technology Helps Option Advance
By: Jamala Henderson
KUOW-FM
January 5, 2009

A Bored Tunnel Would Keep West Seattle Moving
By: Vlad Oustimovitch
West Seattle Herald
January 5, 2009

How Kenneth Miller Used Smoke-and-Mirrors at Kitzmiller to Misrepresent Michael Behe on the Irreducible Complexity of the Blood-Clotting Cascade
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
January 2, 2009

If You Convene Citizens, Listen To Them
By: Sally Bagshaw
Crosscut
January 2, 2009

Evolutionists Adrift on the Origin of Information
By: Bob Ellis
Dakota Voice
January 1, 2009

The Death of Dialogue
By: Hans Zeiger
Townhall.com
January 1, 2009

The Real Israel Test
By: Hillary Mann Leverett
NewMajority.com
January 1, 2009

Plug-in electric vehicle bill passes the Legislature
By: Jennifer Sullivan
The Seattle Times Blog
January 1, 2009

The Mr. Potato Head Constitution
By: Jonathan Witt
American Spectator
January 1, 2009

Film uses science, not religion, to debate Darwin
By: Sophia Lee
Daily Trojan
January 1, 2009

Copenhagen Was a Flop
By: Staff
DiscoveryNews.org
January 1, 2009

Viaduct Decision Delayed, Tunnel Option Back In Play
By: Andrew Garber, Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
December 31, 2008

Another Delay For Alaskan Way Viaduct Decision
By: Bryan Johnson
KOMO 4 TV
December 31, 2008

Alaskan Way Viaduct: Recurring Dream
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 31, 2008

Darwin's Straw God Argument
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
December 31, 2008

Gregoire Delays Viaduct Verdict Again - Final Proposal To Be Made To Legislature In January
By: Chris McGann
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 30, 2008

Viaduct Politicians Reach A Big Moment Of Truth
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
December 30, 2008

Alaskan Way Viaduct: Why Close Off The Tunnel Option?
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
December 30, 2008

Oregon Will Move To Tax Cars By The Mile
By: Knute Berger
Crosscut
December 30, 2008

Are infants with disabilities disposable?
By: Wesley J. Smith
Rhode Island Developmental Disabilities Council
December 30, 2008

Russia's economic crisis could have been avoided
By: Yuri Mamchur
The Seattle Times
December 30, 2008

Obama Should Increase Federal Gas Tax Or Impose Carbon Tax
By: Thomas Friedman
New York Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 29, 2008

Euthanasia Comes to Montana
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
December 29, 2008

Private Builder-Operator For Tappan Zee?
By: Nancy Cutler
Journal News
December 28, 2008

A Partisan Affair: A Response to Edward Humes’ Inaccurate History of Kitzmiller v. Dover and Intelligent Design, "Monkey Girl"
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
December 26, 2008

Christmas in the White House - Seven Decades Ago
By: Bruce Chapman
discoveryblog.org
December 24, 2008

Take a lesson, Seattle, from Europe
By: Matthew Scholz
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 23, 2008

In Today’s World, Terrorists Could Strike Anywhere and Anytime
By: Geoffrey Simmons
The Eugene Register-Guard
December 22, 2008

Noble Reformer
Lessons for Today from Yesterday's Crusader
By: John R. Miller
The Weekly Standard
December 22, 2008

12/18/08 SAC Meeting Notes
By: Bob Donegan
SAC Member
December 19, 2008

Bruce Agnew, Tim Ceis - On Deep Bored Tunnel Option
By: Frank Shiers
KIRO-AM 710
December 19, 2008

Viaduct Group Wants Tunnel Option On Table
By: Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
December 19, 2008

Some Form Of Bored Tunnel Is Still Good Solution For Viaduct
By: Vlad Oustimovitch, Tayloe Washburn
Puget Sound Business Journal
December 19, 2008

Obama, LaHood, Congress Face Big Transportation Challenges
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
December 18, 2008

Picks Made For S.E.C. and Transportation Post
By: Jeff Zeleny, Ben White
New York Times
December 17, 2008

What's Needed Is A Third Option for The Viaduct
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 17, 2008

Keep Subsurface Option Alive for Alaskan Way Viaduct
By: Todd Vogel, David Freiboth, Tayloe Washburn
Seattle Times
December 17, 2008

We are in Deep Viaduct
By: Bruce Chapman
Crosscut
December 12, 2008

Congress Passes Landmark Slavery Act
By: Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute
December 12, 2008

A Peace Treaty For The Viaduct Wars
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
December 11, 2008

Viaduct Decision Day Is Here
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
December 11, 2008

Gas Tax is No Longer A Viable Highway Funding Source
By: Mark Sanborn
New Hampshire Union Leader
December 11, 2008

And then there were 2: State picks viaduct replacement finalists
By: Mike Lindblom and Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
December 11, 2008

Experts Say Tunnel Costs for Replacing Viaduct a Myth
Tunnel Pros Urge State, County, City to Weigh Real Costs as Decision Nears
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
December 10, 2008

Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement, Cascadia AM Radio Coverage
By: Travis Mayfield, Ryan Harris
KOMO-AM 1000
December 9, 2008

Ghosts, Aliens and Us
By: David Klinghoffer
Los Angeles Times
December 8, 2008

What Should Replace The Alaskan Way Viaduct?
By: Ross Reynolds
KOUW-FM
December 8, 2008

Alaskan Way Viaduct Stakeholders Say Their Voices Haven't Been Heard
By: Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
December 8, 2008

Comments On Nov. '08 PSRC+Sound Transit Assessment Of Eastside Rail+Trail Corridor
By: Cascadia Center, Tom Jones
Cascadia Center
December 5, 2008

Rogues and Prorogues in Canada
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
December 3, 2008

State, King County, City Should Keep Tunnel Option
Letter to Governor, King County Executive, Mayor
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
December 3, 2008

America's Four Super-9/11s in Sight
By: John C. Wohlstetter
Human Events
December 3, 2008

Hawaii Endorses Plan For Electric Cars
By: John Markoff
New York Times
December 3, 2008

Chabad Haven
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
December 1, 2008

How Not to Help the Poor
By: The Acton Institute
The Acton Institute
December 1, 2008

Iran's Other Nuclear Threat to U.S.
By: John C. Wohlstetter
The Baltimore Examiner
November 30, 2008

A Catalyst For Cleanup, Puget Sound Partnership Needs Funding
By: William Ruckelhaus, David Dicks
Puget Sound Business Journal
November 28, 2008

My Plymouth Pilgrimage
By: John G. West
National Review
November 26, 2008

Taxpayers Deserve All Ferry-Construction Options
By: Scott St. Clair
Everett Herald
November 24, 2008

Why We Call Them Human Rights
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
November 24, 2008

Use these hard times to stimulate a regional infrastructure renaissance
By: Bruce Chapman
Seattle Times
November 23, 2008

Cascadia Says Tunnel Still Makes Sense
Letter to the Viaduct Stakeholders Advisory Committee
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
November 20, 2008

Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
November 20, 2008

Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
November 20, 2008

Eastside Passenger Railway Would Cost $1 Billion
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
November 20, 2008

Eastside Rail Cost Estimates Inflated, Cascadia Tells Radio Listeners
By: News Team
KOMO-AM 1000
November 20, 2008

Feasibility Study's Eastside Rail Dollar Projections Too High
Cascadia Center Praises Puget Sound Regional Council and Sound Transit Effort, Rebuts Implementation Costs
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
November 19, 2008

Eastside Commuter Rail Project Could Cost $1B
By: Margie Slovan
Daily Journal of Commerce
November 18, 2008

Toll-booth-free Tolling On SR 520 And I-90
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
November 18, 2008

Why Not A Bullet Train For Vancouver-Seattle?
By: Jon Ferry
The Province
November 17, 2008

Farmhouse Gang Priorities - Workshop Summary
By: Marty Minkoff
Cascadia Center
November 15, 2008

Spare The Tears For U.S. Automakers
By: Thomas L. Friedman
New York Times/Seattle Times
November 13, 2008

Discovery Institute Announces Academic Freedom Day Student Video and Essay Contest
One Grand Prize Winner will take home $500
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 12, 2008

State gas prices lowest since February 2006
By: Susan Gilmore and Sara Jean Green
Seattle Times
November 12, 2008

What It Means to Be Human
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
November 11, 2008

520 Tolls May Only Cover Bridge, Not Other Parts Of Highway
State Committee Considers Five New Plans For Span
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 11, 2008

Beyond Oil: Wind At Our Backs
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 10, 2008

The Coming Creativity Boom
By: George Gilder
Forbes
November 10, 2008

Assisted Suicide: The Wind in their Sails
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 10, 2008

Q&A About Texas Science Standards Review and Debate Over How to Teach Evolution
By: Staf
Discovery Institute
November 7, 2008

Science Education Experts Recommend Strengthening Students’ Critical Thinking Skills by Retaining “Strengths and Weaknesses” Language in Texas Science Standards
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 7, 2008

Obama's Russia Challenge
By: Editorial
The Week
November 6, 2008

Remaining Transportation Challenges For Puget Sound
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
November 5, 2008

Kingston Port Still Pushing for Passenger Ferries
By: Derek Sheppard
Kitsap Sun
November 5, 2008

What We Are Becoming
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
November 5, 2008

State Fleet Should Begin Transition To Electricity
By: Steve Marshall, Denis Hayes
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 4, 2008

U.S. third-party candidates find outlet in Russian media
By: World Focus
World Focus
November 3, 2008

A National Mobility Project
By: David Brooks
New York Times
October 31, 2008

Drive The 'Express Lane' On I-680 To Silicon Valley, For A Price
By: Gary Richards
San Jose Mercury-News
October 31, 2008

Bridge Financing Over Troubled Waters
By: Patrick Brethour
Globe & Mail
October 31, 2008

103108-EE-UPDT
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 31, 2008

'Darwin? That's Just the Party Line'
Many scientists don't believe that science is the only religion in town.
By: Wayne Eyre
National Post
October 31, 2008

Better Living - Through Slime
By: Bruce Ramsey
Seattle Times
October 29, 2008

My Undecided Ride On Prop. 1
By: Mark Fefer
Seattle Weekly
October 29, 2008

HOT Lanes Have Only Begun To Prove Worth
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
October 27, 2008

Ferries Have Nichols Seeing Green
By: Roy Jacobson
South Whidbey Record
October 25, 2008

HOT Lanes Expansion Urged
By: Bill Rice
KOMO 1000 AM
October 24, 2008

Senate Is Gateway to Obama's "Change"
By: John C. Wohlstetter
Human Events
October 23, 2008

How To Pay For The Roads Still Traveled
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
October 22, 2008

Evolution critics added to panel that sets Texas school standards
By: Bob Allen
Associated Baptist Press
October 21, 2008

State Considers Alternative Fuels Corridor For I-5
By: Corwin Haeck
KOMO-AM 1000
October 21, 2008

DI Fellow Wesley J. Smith Appears on WBAI, New York
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
October 21, 2008

NYC May Turn Pension Fund Into Road Builder
By: Joan Gralla
Reuters
October 21, 2008

Smith Receives National Human Life Award
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
October 20, 2008

As Fuel Prices Fall, Will Push For Alternatives Lose Steam?
By: Steven Mufson
Washington Post
October 20, 2008

Granting rights to apes, plants, even pond scum
By: Thomas A. Szyszkiewicz
Our Sunday Visitor
October 19, 2008

Lessons from the Canadian Election
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
October 18, 2008

Freedom, Justice, and Rock ’n’ Roll
By: Steve Beard
National Review Online
October 17, 2008

A Review of Intelligent Design: William A. Dembski & Michael Ruse in Dialogue
By: Logan Paul Gage
Journal of Lutheran Ethics
October 16, 2008

Hey, They Had an Election in Canada
By: Bruce Ramsey
The Seattle Times
October 15, 2008

Texas Freedom Network Manufactures Bogus Controversy Over Science Standard Reviewers
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 15, 2008

Compute Your Way Through Traffic
By: Jon Bruner
Forbes
October 10, 2008

Which Secular Superstition Do You Believe?
By: Logan Paul Gage
DC Examiner
October 10, 2008

Darwinists in denial?
By: Pete Chagnon
OneNewsNow
October 10, 2008

A Scientific History and Philosophical Defense of the Theory of Intelligent Design
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Religion - Staat - Gesellschaft, vol. 7,
October 7, 2008

Algae Fueling The Green Revolution
By: Lisa Stiffler
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 6, 2008

Canada's Strange and Marvelous Election - A Preview
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryBlog.org
October 3, 2008

Horizon Offers Exciting Future At Paine Field
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
October 3, 2008

21st Century Science Coalition Pushes 19th Century Science
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
October 2, 2008

Opportunities Await Builders Of Charging Stations
By: Margie Slovan
Daily Journal Of Commerce
October 2, 2008

Horizon Wants To Operate Daily Flights From Paine Field
By: Staff
Everett Herald
October 2, 2008

Governor vetoes bill guaranteeing access to stem-cell therapies for poor
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
October 2, 2008

After The Bailout: A Need To Reinvest In America
By: Neal Peirce
Seattle Times
September 30, 2008

Puget Sound Ports Facing Challenges
By: Drew DeSilver
Seattle Times
September 28, 2008

Public Subsidy Would Be Required For Public Transit, Passenger Ferry
By: Richard Walker
Journal Of The San Juans
September 25, 2008

Ecuador to Vote Sunday on Granting Rights to "Nature"!
By: Wesley J. Smith
Secondhand Smoke
September 24, 2008

(Tesla) Roadster Powers To NW On Techie Buzz
By: Brier Dudley
Seattle Times
September 22, 2008

We Have The Tools To Cut Oil Dependence, It's Assembly That's Required
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
September 22, 2008

Historic Wall Street Woes: Building Back from Bust
Three of Nation's Top Five Investment Banks Collapsed With Two More in Merger Talks
By: Ashby M. Foote III
The Clarion-Ledger
September 21, 2008

Scientific Breakthroughs Needed To Unlock Nation's Energy Potential
By: Alexis T. Bell, Bruce C. Gates, Douglas Ray
Seattle Times
September 17, 2008

"Powering The Carbon-free Grid: Sun, Wind, Water, Waves, Atoms And Conservation"
By: Jim Walker
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference
September 17, 2008

TVW Video, Shai Agassi: "Transforming Transportation Globally"
By: Tom Alberg, Shai Agassi
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference
September 17, 2008

Plan Puts Tolls On Interstate HOV Lanes
By: Ariel Hart
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
September 16, 2008

Is America Ready To Drive Electric?
By: Bryan Walsh
Time Magazine
September 16, 2008

Telework Cuts Congestion, Boosts Productivity
By: Kristin Hanes, Bruce Agnew
KOMO-AM 1000
September 16, 2008

Shai Agassi "Beyond Oil" Video
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 15, 2008

Pro-Intelligent Design Articles on OpposingViews.com
By: Staff
OpposingViews.com
September 15, 2008

Only Intervention Of Electric Car Can Break Oil Addiction
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune
September 14, 2008

Can Telecommuting Take Root In Kitsap?
By: Derek Sheppard
Kitsap Sun
September 14, 2008

'Spore' Game Helps Players Understand Intelligent Design
By: Katherine T. Phan
Christian Post
September 14, 2008

Canada Calls Election and Holds It, While U.S. Stumbles On
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
September 12, 2008

Making A Bold Case For Moving Our Economy Beyond Oil
By: Glenn R. Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
September 12, 2008

"Future Of Transportation, Funding & Climate Change"
By: Slade Gorton, Paul Brubaker, David Kaplan, Paula Hammond, Bill Rogers, Neil Schuster
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference
September 12, 2008

He Found a Stem-Cell Answer
By: Victor Reklaitis
Investor's Business Daily
September 12, 2008

Updating The Big Rigs For A Greener Tomorrow
By: Don Cayo
Vancouver Sun
September 11, 2008

Rob Bernard Video: "The Road Ahead"
By: Rob Bernard, Don Foley, Ron Sims, Bruce Chapman
TVW, Cascadia Center "Beyond Oil" Conference
September 11, 2008

Cascadia Center's "Beyond Oil" Conference: A Wrap-Up
By: Bruce Agnew
Cascadia Prospectus
September 10, 2008

High-tech Vehicles Growing More Common In Region
Plug-in Cars Give Owners A Real Jolt Of Satisfaction
By: Debera Carlton Harrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 9, 2008

James Woolsey Video: The Case For Change
Beyond Oil: Transforming Transportation
By: R. James Woolsey, Chelsea Sexton, K.C. Golden, U.S. Rep Dave Reichert, Peter Jackson
TVW, Cascadia Center's "Beyond Oil" Conference
September 9, 2008

Intelligent design (ID) has scientific merit because it uses the scientific method to make its claims and infers design by testing its positive predictions
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

Any larger philosophical implications of intelligent design, or any religious motives, beliefs, and affiliations of ID proponents, do not disqualify ID from having scientific merit
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

Intelligent Design Has Scientific Merit in Paleontology
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

ID Does Not Address Religious Claims About the Supernatural
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

ID is Constitutional and has Educational and Legal Merit
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

A Brief History of Intelligent Design
By: Casey Luskin
OpposingViews.com
September 8, 2008

Bio-fuel Musses Up Electric Car Fest
By: Angel Gonzalez
Seattle Times
September 7, 2008

Washington Projects Could Be Affected As Federal Fund For Roads Runs Dry
By: Associated Press
Los Angeles Times, Seattle Times
September 6, 2008

Sarah and Todd Palin and the Quiet Success of the Pro-Life Movement
By: David Frum
National Post
September 6, 2008

The American Politics Behind Rising Gas Prices
By: Don Cayo
Vancouver Sun
September 6, 2008

American Business Driving A New Car Culture
By: Don Cayo
Vancouver Sun
September 5, 2008

Beyond Oil: Transforming Transportation
Fifth Annual TransTech Conference
By: Cascadia Center
Cascadia Center
September 4, 2008

Planners Start Survey Of Peoples' Travel Habits
By: Jared Paben
Bellingham Herald
September 4, 2008

Oil-free Snohomish County? It's No Longer A Pipe Dream
By: Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall
Everett Herald
September 2, 2008

Transportation: A Better Grid
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 2, 2008

A State Agency Eyes Public-Private Transportation Funding
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
September 2, 2008

The Darwinian Basis for Eugenics
By: Anne Barbeau Gardiner
New Oxford Review
September 1, 2008

Northwest Could Be A Leader In Electric Transport Systems
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
September 1, 2008

Forbear from Requiring Outdated Monitoring Reports
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
August 27, 2008

Cities Debate Privatizing Public Infrastructure
By: Jenny Anderson
New York Times
August 27, 2008

Olympic Eyes Turn To Vancouver
By: Don Porter
KING 5 TV
August 25, 2008

A Good Book About Bad Books
By: Logan Paul Gage
Inside Catholic
August 25, 2008

Abandoning the Frightened and Depressed
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 23, 2008

Delusions of Scientific Adequacy
By: Dan Peterson
The American Spectator
August 22, 2008

Steve Marshall, Anne Korin, Chelsea Sexton Radio Segment
By: Dave Ross Show
KIRO-AM 710
August 22, 2008

The U.N. Monkeys Around
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
August 22, 2008

A Pressing Need To Fix Nation's Broken Transportation System
By: R.T. Rybak, Bruce Katz
Seattle Times
August 19, 2008

Trucks - From Delivery Vans To Big Rigs - Need To Get Efficient, Too
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 18, 2008

Plug-in Hybrid From GM Is Nearly Ready For Testing
By: Nick Bunkley
New York Times
August 15, 2008

Transportation: Realistic Tolling
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 14, 2008

Council Says Toll 520, I-90 In 2010
By: Debera Carlton Harrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 13, 2008

More Broadband, Increased Choice and Lower Prices Begin With Regulatory Reform
Study Highlights Needed Telecom Regulatory Reforms in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
By: Hance Haney, George Gilder
Discovery Institute
August 13, 2008

Study Cites Need for Regulatory Reform to Promote Broadband, Consumer Choice and Lower Prices for Telecommunications Services
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 13, 2008

White House Looks To Private Sector To Push Road Pricing
By: Josh Vorhees
Greenwire/E&E News
August 12, 2008

Oregon Runs Faster To Catch The Wind
By: Kate Ramsayer
Bend Bulletin, Seattle Times
August 12, 2008

Northwest Tidal Power Reaches For Mainstream
By: Barbara Clements
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 8, 2008

Transportation Costs Crank Up Crankiness
By: Keith Baldry
North Shore News
August 8, 2008

"Expelled" and the Darwinism-Nazi Connection: A Response to Jeff Schloss
By: Richard Weikart
American Scientific Affiliation
August 7, 2008

Bush Deems New I-5 Bridge National Priority
By: Jeffrey Mize
Columbian
August 6, 2008

Time For A Bus-fare Reality Check
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
August 6, 2008

God and Men on Election Day
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
August 5, 2008

Turbulence In Air Travel: What High Fuel Costs Mean To Boeing
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 4, 2008

Owners And Operators Of Large Trucks Get Help With Fuel Demands
By: Eric Apalatagui
Columbian
August 3, 2008

New York City Says it - Officially - in English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Korean, French Creole and Italian
By: Deroy Murdock
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 2, 2008

Workers Set To Clear Sea-to-Sky
By: Wendy Stuek, Anna Mehler Paperny
Globe & Mail
August 2, 2008

Surging Demand For Transit In King County Meets Political Gridlock
By: Dierdre Gregg
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 1, 2008

For Whom The Road Tolls - Seattle Or Bellevue?
By: Emory Thomas, Jr.
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 1, 2008

Tolling Is Bridge To New Era Of Ground Transportation
By: Glenn R. Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 1, 2008

Call It Slavery
By: John R. Miller
The Wilson Quarterly
August 1, 2008

High Fuel Costs Delay Airplane Orders
By: Micheline Maynard
New York Times
August 1, 2008

Vancouver Faces Olympian Hurdle As Rock Slide Cuts Off Vital Corridor
By: Anna Mehler Paperny
Globe & Mail
July 31, 2008

Traffic, Money And Pollution
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
July 31, 2008

PGE Installs "Filling Station Of The Future"
By: Libby Tucker
Daily Journal Of Commerce
July 31, 2008

Kulongoski "Plugs In" To Transportation Solutions
By: Tyler Graf
Daily Journal Of Commerce
July 31, 2008

PGE Opens Stations Around Portland For Plug-in Hybrids
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
July 30, 2008

Paccar's Fuel-saving Hybrid Trucks Aimed At Nation's Distribution Industry
By: Angel Gonzales
Seattle Times
July 29, 2008

Plug-In Cars Zoom Forward
By: Sarah Terry-Cobo
Forbes
July 29, 2008

Is "Evolution" a "Theory" or "Fact" or Is This Just a Trivial Game of Semantics?
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
July 28, 2008

Granting Apes Rights Will Only Devalue Human Life
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Dallas Morning News
July 28, 2008

Texas To Tel Aviv
By: Thomas L. Friedman
New York Times
July 26, 2008

Monkey Business
By: Wall Street Journal Editorial
Wall Street Journal
July 25, 2008

Electric Industry Plugged In For Move To Rechargeable Cars
By: Tom Krisher
Associated Press, Oregonian
July 24, 2008

The Fight to Abolish Human Trafficking in the United States
By: Paul M. Weyrich
Free Congress Foundation
July 23, 2008

PHEVs In The Spotlight
By: Staff
Green Biz
July 23, 2008

Power Companies, GM Team In Electric Car Research
By: Tim Conneally
Beta News
July 22, 2008

Veganism is Murder
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
July 22, 2008

Grove Invokes Paranoia to Prove Only Electric Cars Survive
By: Adam Satriano, Alan Ohnsman
Bloomberg News Service
July 21, 2008

Monkey Business
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
July 21, 2008

Can Plug-in Hybrids Ride To America's Rescue?
Engineer Behind Many Electric Car Advances Says Oil's Days May Be Numbered
By: Mark Clayton
Christian Science Monitor/ABC news
July 19, 2008

Technology Can Help Solve Transportation Dilemma
By: Glenn Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
July 18, 2008

The Dehumanizing Impact of Modern Thought: Darwin, Marx, Nietzsche, and Their Followers
By: Richard Weikart
Discovery Institute
July 18, 2008

Border Barriers Must Come Down Before Olympics: Group
By: Jeff Lee
Vancouver Sun
July 17, 2008

BNSF Corridor: Cascade Bicycle Club And Cascadia Center Share Their Views
By: Bruce Agnew
Kirkland Views
July 16, 2008

Oregon Motorists May Be Driving Less
By: David Steves
Eugene Register-Guard
July 16, 2008

Between Presidents, a Dangerous Gap
By: Slade Gorton & Jamie Gorelick
The New York Times
July 16, 2008

Gasoline Prices Cost State Tax Revenue
By: Adam Wilson
The Olympian
July 15, 2008

One Year Later: We've Crossed That Bridge
By: Joyce Chen
Tacoma News Tribune
July 15, 2008

Tolls - And A Transport Revolution - Are Headed Our Way
By: Glenn R. Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
July 11, 2008

The Justice Department, Blind to Slavery
By: John R. Miller
The New York Times
July 11, 2008

$100 Fill-ups Unlikely To Kill Our Suburbs
By: Peter Callaghan
Tacoma News Tribune
July 10, 2008

The Sun Rises On Passenger Rail
By: Derrick Z. Jackson
Boston Globe/Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 8, 2008

Build The World's Greenest Bridge
By: Editorial Board
The Oregonian
July 8, 2008

Louisiana Confounds the Science Thought Police
Neo-Darwinism is no longer a protected orthodoxy in the Bayou State's pedagogy
By: John G. West
National Review Online
July 8, 2008

Big Bang on the Bayou
By: Ken Connor
Townhall.com
July 8, 2008

Evolutionists Fear Academic Freedom
By: Floyd Brown and Mary Beth Brown
Townhall.com
July 7, 2008

Electric Ride Powering A Transportation Revolution
By: Gary Mason
Globe & Mail
July 7, 2008

'Dirty' Work Has Some Companies Cleaning Up
By: Ashby M. Foote III
The Clarion-Ledger
July 6, 2008

County Steps In To Keep Ferry Riders Connected
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
July 5, 2008

Retiming Traffic Lights Should Help Improve Downtown Traffic Flow
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 3, 2008

Advocate Newspaper Knowingly Publishes False Information About Louisiana Law Regarding Teaching of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 3, 2008

Puget Sound-area Commuters Are Getting Creative To Avoid Rising Gas Prices
By: Isaac Arnsdorf
Seattle Times
July 1, 2008

Atheist Antithesis
Innate Religious Beliefs Are Evidence of God, Not of Evolution
By: Logan Paul Gage
Touchstone
July 1, 2008

Caroline Crocker: Intellectual Freedom Must Include Conservative Professors, Scientists
By: Caroline Crocker
The Examiner
June 30, 2008

Oregon Leaders Try To Change A System That Puts Infrastructure Second
By: Jeff Kosseff
The Oregonian
June 30, 2008

The End Of Soaring, The Start Of Tunneling
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
June 29, 2008

Columbia River Crossing: A Bridge To The Future
By: Matt Rosenberg, Bruce Agnew
The Oregonian
June 29, 2008

Ever-rising Expense Of Driving About To Take A Toll On All Of Us
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
June 27, 2008

Does the U.S. Realize it's in Competition?
By: Robert J. Herbold
Puget Sound Business Journal
June 27, 2008

Regional Tolling Coming To Puget Sound
By: Erin Covey
KIRO-AM 710
June 26, 2008

Are Privately Operated Highways In Your Future?
By: Liam Moriarty
KPLU-FM 88.3
June 26, 2008

The Cracks Are Showing
By: Staff
The Economist
June 26, 2008

Radio Interview of Cascadia's Bruce Agnew and Microsoft's Mark Aggar
Tolling, Traffic Technology & Public-Private Partnerships
By: Dave Ross
KIRO-AM 710
June 25, 2008

Yellow Science
By: James Kerian
Wall Street Journal
June 25, 2008

Forbear from Local Phone Regulation in Denver, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Phoenix and Seattle
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
June 24, 2008

New Louisiana Bill on Evolution: A Wedge for Creationism or an Opportunity for Reason?
By: Jason Streitfeld
American Chronicle
June 24, 2008

Federal Regulators Should Reform Regulation of Phone Services in Denver, Minneapolis-St.Paul, Phoenix and Seattle
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 24, 2008

Nevers: Science bill not about religion
By: Marcelle Hanemann
The Daily News
June 23, 2008

Travelers Shift To Rail As Cost Of Fuel Rises
By: Matthew L. Wald
New York Times
June 21, 2008

A Danger of Being Obamatized
By: IBD Editorial
Investor's Business Daily
June 19, 2008

A Danger of Being Obamatized
By: IBD Editorial
Investor's Business Daily
June 19, 2008

Washington Transportation Chief: Bridge Funding Options Are Scarce
By: Jeffrey Mize, Kathie Durbin
The Columbian
June 19, 2008

Getting Light Rail To Eastside: Major Issues Still Unresolved
By: Margie Slovan
Seattle Daily Journal Of Commerce
June 19, 2008

Undoing Settled Judgments
By: Peter Wehner
Commentary
June 19, 2008

Media Malpractice
Another Global Warming Meltdown
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
June 19, 2008

Poll Finds Broad Support For I-5 Bridge Improvements, Light Rail
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
June 18, 2008

Private Means For Public Ends
By: Editorial Board
Denver Post
June 18, 2008

Reality Requires Road Tolls; Prepare For The Inevitable
By: John Barber
Globe And Mail
June 18, 2008

Foreclosures are Like Taxes: We Don't Want Them, but Have to Have Them
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
June 17, 2008

Pardon Me for Living: Australian Broadcasting Corporation Wants You and Your Children to Die to "Save the Planet"
By: Wesley J. Smith
Secondhand Smoke
June 17, 2008

Hurray For Transit, But It's No Silver Bullet
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
June 16, 2008

Louisiana State Legislature Passes Landmark Act That Encourages Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 16, 2008

Cascadia's Steve Marshall On TVW - Beyond Oil: Transforming Transportation
From 4th Annual "Power Up" Summit, Wenatchee
By: Staff
TVW
June 15, 2008

Showing Your Flag
By: Marvin Olasky
World Magazine
June 14, 2008

Louisiana House Passes Academic Freedom Bill on Evolution and Other Science Issues
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
June 11, 2008

Will soaring fuel prices permanently change U.S. travel habits, systems?
By: Josh Voorhees
Greenwire
June 11, 2008

Man with a Plan
Questions for Enrique Penalosa
By: Deborah Solomon
New York Times
June 9, 2008

Some Cities Plan To Raise Parking Fees As A Cure For Congestion
By: Josh Voorhees
Greenwire
June 9, 2008

If you want to save the planet, start by fixing the traffic lights
By: Matthew Scholz
Puget Sound Business Journal
June 6, 2008

"Expelled": Jewish Intellectuals Challenge Tyranny of Darwinism
An Afternoon with Dr. David Berlinski
By: Christopher A. Ferrara
The Remnant
June 2, 2008

An Electrifiying Startup
A New Lithium-ion Battery From A123 Systems Could Help Electric Cars And Hybrids Come to Dominate The Roads
By: Kevin Bullis
Technology Review
June 1, 2008

Portland's Bridge To Somewhere
By: Susan Nielsen
The Oregonian
June 1, 2008

Debate over biology is brewing
By: Gary Scharrer
Express-News
May 31, 2008

Don't Write Off Religion Just Yet
By: John Gray
Globeandmail.com
May 31, 2008

America Weighs In On The Future Of The Prince Rupert Superport
By: Miro Cernetig
Vancouver Sun
May 30, 2008

For Whom The Tolls Bell
Three Metro councilors ring exactly the wrong note about the future of the Columbia River Crossing
By: Editorial Board
Oregonian
May 29, 2008

Where the Evidence Leads
By: Logan Paul Gage
The American Spectator
May 29, 2008

Intelligent Design Film Boosts Academic Freedom Bills, Advocates Say
By: Kevin Mooney
Cybercast News Service (CNSNews.com)
May 28, 2008

Ensuring America's Growth
By: Peter Morici
Forbes
May 28, 2008

Truth Or Consequences
By: Thomas Friedman
New York Times
May 28, 2008

New I-5 Span? Idea Calls For Toll First
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
May 27, 2008

Tap Our Own Resources? Food, Fuel and Foreign Policy
Antiquated Domestic Farm, Energy Policies Contributing to Growing World Food Prices
By: Ashby M. Foote III
The Clarion-Ledger
May 25, 2008

Snohomish County Gives Commuter Train Rights To Railway
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
May 24, 2008

We're Stuck with The Nation's Worst Road Funding Gap
By: Debera Carlton Harrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 22, 2008

Imbalances Of Power
By: Thomas Friedman
New York Times
May 21, 2008

U.S. 2 To Be Safer But Much Left To Do
By: Yoshiaki Nohara
Everett Herald
May 21, 2008

'Writing Is a Spiritual Process'
By: John J. Miller
National Review Online
May 20, 2008

Debate, Evidence and Evolution
By: Judge Darrell White
The Baton Rouge Advocate
May 20, 2008

Fast Foot Ferries Deserve Our Support
By: Glenn Hodge
Kitsap Sun
May 19, 2008

How Washington's Ferry System Got Into A Mess With No Easy Fix In Sight
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
May 18, 2008

How Infrastructure Got Sexy In The City
By: David Teather
The Guardian
May 17, 2008

On Track - Port, County Shake On Rail Deal
By: Alwyn Scott
Puget Sound Business Journal
May 16, 2008

Barking Up the Wrong Tree
By: Casey Luskin & Logan Paul Gage
Salvo Magazine
May 16, 2008

A Pause For The Cause Of Light Rail
By: Lance Dickie
Seattle Times
May 16, 2008

Getting Signals In Sync Will Help Traffic Flow
By: Frank Greve
McClatchy Newspapers/Seattle Times
May 15, 2008

Assisted Suicide and the Corruption of Palliative Care
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
May 15, 2008

Transportation: What Went Wrong When
By: John Carlson
Bellevue Reporter
May 14, 2008

Darwin Nietzsche, and Hitler: Evolution of the Übermensch
By: Benjamin Wiker
Human Events
May 13, 2008

Port OKs Eastside Trail Deal
By: Kristen Millares Young
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 13, 2008

Bills Would Give Teachers Freedom Teaching Evolution
By: Michael Foust
Baptist Press
May 13, 2008

The Silent Scream of the Asparagus
Get ready for 'plant rights.'
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
May 12, 2008

Conference Lifts Chamber Manager On Passenger Ferry
By: Jeff Chew
Peninsula Daily News
May 9, 2008

Delusions of Grandeur
Review: The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and Its Scientific Pretensions
By: Logan Paul Gage
Crisis Magazine
May 9, 2008

A Funding Idea For Puget Sound's Forward Thrust?
By: Bruce Agnew
Cascadia Center
May 8, 2008

Foot Ferry Of The Future
By: Bryan Johnson
KOMO-4 TV
May 8, 2008

Linking Speedier Ferries With A Healthier Sound
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
May 8, 2008

New streetcar routes have potential, but need cash
4 possibilities offered for city's consideration
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 8, 2008

05/08/08 PASSENGER-ONLY FERRY FORUM
By: Mike Wussow
Press Release
May 8, 2008

Evolution News & Views Contributing Writers
By: Staff
Center for Science & Culture
May 8, 2008

Cascadians: Shared Cultural Traits, Values
Residents of the region have a subtle separatist streak and a passion for outdoor activity
By: Douglas Todd
Vancouver Sun
May 7, 2008

Rail And Trail: Staking A Claim
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
May 7, 2008

Main Street, Not Wall Street, Should Fix Crumbling U.S. Infrastructure
By: Kathleen Sebelius, Andy Stern
Christian Science Monitor
May 7, 2008

King County To Explore 'Plug And Rides' For Next-Generation Hybrid Vehicles
By: Staff
Seattle Medium
May 7, 2008

Cascadia: Naive Dream Or The Next Frontier?
By: Douglas Todd
Vancouver Sun
May 6, 2008

Dream Of A Cohesive Cascadia Never Dies
By: Douglas Todd
Vancouver Sun
May 6, 2008

Start-ups Race To Produce Green Cars
By: Edward Taylor
Wall Street Journal
May 6, 2008

County Council OKs Eastside Rail With Trail
By: Gregory Roberts
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 6, 2008

Congress Looks To Infrastructure Funding For Economic Boost
By: Josh Voorhees
E&E Daily
May 6, 2008

Three Simple Ways to Counter Academic Intolerance
How you can help in the wake of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By: Kelley Unger
Center for Science and Culture
May 6, 2008

Three Simple Ways to Counter Academic Intolerance
How you can help in the wake of Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By: Kelley Unger
Center for Science and Culture
May 6, 2008

Googling Kirkland
By: Peyton Whitely
Seattle Times
May 6, 2008

Darwin and Hitler: In Their Own Words
By: Benjamin Wiker
HumanEvents.com
May 5, 2008

Blinkered Sages
By: George Gilder
National Review
May 5, 2008

A Crime So Monstous
A Review
By: Logan Paul Gage
First Things (On The Square)
May 5, 2008

The State of the Global Telecosm
The most notorious promoter of the 1990s telecom boom has been proved right
By: Mark Williams
MIT Technology Review
May 5, 2008

New I-5 Bridge? You Decide
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
May 2, 2008

Darwinians Hysterical Over "Expelled"
By: Phyllis Schlafly
www.wnd.com
May 2, 2008

Was It Immoral for "Expelled" to Connect Darwinism and Nazi Racism?
By: Richard Weikart
Discovery Institute
May 2, 2008

A Lot To Gain From Passenger-only Ferry Service
By: Bruce Agnew
San Juan Journal
April 30, 2008

"Don't Blame Darwinism for Hitler! Blame Christianity!"
By: David Klinghoffer
Jewcy.com
April 30, 2008

Evolution Academic Freedom Bills Spread to More States
National Movement Grows
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
April 30, 2008

When Moore Meets Metcalfe
By: George Gilder
Forbes
April 30, 2008

Want To Hit The Open Road? It'll Cost You
By: Josh Voorhees
Greenwire, Energy & Environment Daily
April 29, 2008

Governing Structure Needs Overhaul
By: Reid Shockey
Everett Herald
April 29, 2008

Michigan Becomes Fifth State to Introduce Evolution Academic Freedom Bill
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 29, 2008

The Scientific Embrace of Atheism
By: David Berlinski
Pajamas Media
April 28, 2008

Ready For Our HOT Lane Test?
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune
April 28, 2008

Drivers Ready To Pay When Highway 167 "HOT Lanes" Open Saturday
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
April 28, 2008

Why The Region Is In Such A Twist About Growth
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
April 27, 2008

Will Florida decision on evolution curriculum set national precedent?
By: Mark Mathis
Tcpalm.com
April 26, 2008

What Austin Can Teach Seattle About Civic Planning
By: Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall
Puget Sound Business Journal
April 25, 2008

Greening The Traffic Lights
Traffic Signal Preemption Lets Buses Glide Through Cities, Saving Time And Energy--And, Perhaps, The Atmosphere
By: Jon Bruner
Forbes
April 25, 2008

Rising Gas Prices Are Changing Consumers' Taste
By: Jeremy Cato
Globe And Mail
April 24, 2008

Congestion Pricing Is Coming
By: Micheal Replogle
Washington Post
April 22, 2008

Perry Warns Against Inaction On Funds For Road Projects
By: Patrick Driscoll
San Antonio Express-News
April 22, 2008

Costlier Gas, New Hybrids Spur More To Go Green
By: AP
Seattle Times
April 21, 2008

The Divine Comedy: Dawkins' Disco Inferno
By: Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D.
Discovery Institute
April 21, 2008

Sims: 'No Immediate Plans To Remove Rails'
By: Jeanette Knutsen
Woodinville Weekly
April 21, 2008

Is the "Science" of Richard Dawkins Science Fiction?
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
April 21, 2008

Why Stocks Stink
By: Steve Forbes
Forbes Magazine
April 21, 2008

Rail System Grows As New Lines Crop Up
By: Dylan Rivera
The Oregonian
April 20, 2008

Stein turns the tables on Darwinists
By: Chris Weinkopf
Los Angeles Daily News
April 19, 2008

Congestion Plan Returns As Bridge Tolls
By: Peter Donohue
New York Daily News
April 19, 2008

Ben Stein vs. Sputtering Atheists
By: Brent Bozell, III
Townhall.com
April 18, 2008

Michael Shermer's Fact-Free Attack on 'Expelled' Exposes Intolerance of Darwinists towards Pro-Intelligent Design Scientists
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
April 18, 2008

Intelligent Critique
Expelled adroitly addresses the dogmaticism of Darwinian theory in the scientific world.
By: Dave Berg
National Review Online
April 18, 2008

Connecting Hitler and Darwin
By: David Berlinski
Human Events
April 18, 2008

Don't Doubt It
An important historic sidebar on Hitler and Darwin
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
April 18, 2008

Is There A Connection Between Hitler And Darwin?
By: David Klinghoffer
Jewcy
April 18, 2008

Ben Stein Exposes Richard Dawkins
By: Dinesh D'Souza
AOL News.com
April 18, 2008

Review: Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By: Edward Douglas
Comingsoon.net
April 18, 2008

An Intelligent Discussion about Life
By: Bruce Chapman
The Seattle Times
April 17, 2008

New I-5 Bridge Is Crucial To Region's Economy, Says The Portland Business Alliance
By: Dylan Rivera
Oregonian
April 17, 2008

The Eastside TRailway - Making Trail And Rail Happen For Snohomish And The Eastside
By: Loren Herrigstad
Cascadia Center
April 17, 2008

Railway Corridor From Snohomish To Renton To Keep Tracks
By: Ashley Bach
Seattle Times
April 16, 2008

Rails As Placeholders
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
April 16, 2008

Darwin and the Nazis
By: Richard Weikart
The American Spectator
April 16, 2008

Tracks To Remain On Trail-Rail Corridor
By: Gregory Roberts
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 15, 2008

CASCADIA CENTER TO DISCUSS EASTSIDE TRAILWAY CONCEPTS
By: Mike Wussow
Press Release
April 15, 2008

Is Richard Dawkins a Raelian?
By: Wesley J. Smith
secondhand Smoke
April 15, 2008

Rail Route Idea Gets Snohomish's Interest
The City Council Will Discuss A Plan For A Commuter Route To Snohomish
By: Yoshiaki Nohara
Everett Herald
April 15, 2008

What You Ought To Be Reading: The Devil's Delusion
By: Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune
April 14, 2008

Cordon Blues: New York Is No Indicator Of Tolling's Future
By: Matt Rosenberg
Crosscut
April 13, 2008

Peak Hour Tolls Are A Big Part Of Oregon Governor's Transportation Agenda
By: Gail Kinsey Hill
Oregonian
April 12, 2008

Myths about 'Expelled'
Don't Believe Everything You Hear
By: Chuck Colson
Breakpoint
April 11, 2008

It Should Be OK to Doubt Evolution
By: Brent Castillo
Wichita Eagle
April 10, 2008

Congestion Pricing - What It Isn't
By: Bruce Ramsey
Seattle Times
April 10, 2008

On The Verge Of A Change In Transportation
By: Editorial Board
San Juan Journal
April 9, 2008

Microsoft Adding Routes To Its Connector Bus System
By: Todd Bishop
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 9, 2008

$8 Traffic Fee For Manhattan Gets Nowhere
By: Nicholas Confessore
New York Times
April 8, 2008

U.S. Transportation Chief Visits Seattle
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Prospectus
April 7, 2008

Wesley J. Smith on O'Reilly Radio Show
Guest Host: Tony Snow
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Staff
April 6, 2008

Volt Plug-in Hybrid Is 'No. 1 Priority,' GM Says
By: Reuters
MSNBC
April 6, 2008

U.S. Office Wants Seattle To Demonstrate Congestion Tolling
By: Seattle Times
The Seattle Times
April 6, 2008

Seriously Funny
By: Marvin Olasky
World Magazine
April 5, 2008

Wesley J. Smith on O'Reilly Radio Show
Guest Host: Tony Snow
By: Discovery Staff
O'Reilly Radio
April 4, 2008

HOT Lanes Should Be Tested Before Fully Implemented
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
April 4, 2008

HOT LANES DRIVEN BY PAY?
Some fear wealthy commuters will have an edge in paying tolls
By: Larry Lange
Seattle P-I
April 4, 2008

Highway 520 Bridge Tolls Necessary
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
April 2, 2008

Agnostic takes New Atheists to Task for Trying to Hijack Science
Author David Berlinski's New Book The Devil's Delusion
By: staff
Discovery Institute
April 2, 2008

Two More States Introduce Academic Freedom Bills and Missouri Moves to Protect Scientists' Interpretations of Scientific Research
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 2, 2008

'Expelled' Documentary Explores Darwin, Intelligent Design, Religion Debate
Film highlights two Southern California scientists
By: Lori Arnold
Christian Examiner
March 31, 2008

Politically Correct Eugenics
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
March 31, 2008

Some Drivers Ahead Of E-ZPass Curve
By: David Patch
Toledo Blade
March 30, 2008

Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
By: Discovery Staff
DiscoveryBlog.org
March 28, 2008

Air Board: 60,000 PHEVs In CA By 2014*
By: Michael Gardner
San Diego Union-Bulletin
March 28, 2008

Darwin of the Gaps
Review of The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief by Francis S. Collins
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
March 26, 2008

Texas Pension Funds Could Invest In Big Projects
By: Robert Elder
Austin American-Statesman
March 26, 2008

The Culture of Death is Heroin
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics & Culture Network
March 26, 2008

Analysis: Experts Assess Terror Threats
By: Megan Harris
Raffaello Network
March 25, 2008

Data Tidal Wave?
By: Bob Fernandez
Philadelphia Inquirer
March 23, 2008

Hailing Green Taxis, Without Deadheading
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
March 21, 2008

Light Rail Cut From The Plan For 520 Bridge
By: Debera Carlton Harrell, Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 18, 2008

Dr. Caroline Crocker Expelled for Challenging Darwinian Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 15, 2008

Deadly Trend
By: Chuck Colson
Breakpoint
March 14, 2008

B.C. Paves The Way To Better Infrastructure
By: Patrick Brethour
Globe And Mail
March 14, 2008

Make Eastside A Proving Ground for Innovative Transportation Ideas
By: Bruce Agnew
Seattle Times
March 13, 2008

No New State Money Requested for Cracked, Clogged Seattle Stretch
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
March 13, 2008

Prepared Remarks by Casey Luskin, Discovery Institute, for Press Conference on Florida Academic Freedom Act
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
March 12, 2008

Anti-Freedom Activists Try to Censor Science Education in Florida
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
March 10, 2008

The Evergreen State In More Than Name
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
March 9, 2008

Child Abuse Often Erroneously Diagnosed
By: Drs. Michael A. Glueck & Robert J. Cihak
Jewish World Review
March 7, 2008

Regulation Inflates Broadband Prices
FCC Should Set Unified Pole Attachment Fee
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2008

Strangling Deregulation
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2008

Senate, House Approve Tolls Bill
By: Kathie Durbin
Columbian
March 7, 2008

William F. Buckley's Intellect Went Beyond Basketball and Bob Knight
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
March 6, 2008

Academic freedom and evolution
By: Casey Luskin
San Diego Union Tribune
March 5, 2008

Bill Buckley's Religion, And My Own
A Veteran National Review Staffer Reflects on the Towering Conservative Figure.
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jewish Week
March 5, 2008

We Need To Look At Reality, Alternatives
By: Editorial Board
San Juan Journal
March 5, 2008

GM, Toyota Doubtful On Fuel Cells' Mass Use
By: Edward Taylor, Mike Spector
Wall Street Journal
March 5, 2008

Pull Over And Consider This: The Traffic Could Get Even Worse
By: Steve Marshall, Bradley Meacham
Seattle Times
March 5, 2008

Liberalism’s Troubled Search for Equality
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
March 5, 2008

Highway Tolls In View
By: Aaron Derfel
Montreal Gazette
March 3, 2008

Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues
By: H. Wayne House
Kregel
March 1, 2008

WA House Approves 520 Tolling Study Bill
By: Manual Valdes
Associated Press, Seattle Times
March 1, 2008

New Cure For Collapsing Bridges: State And Union Pension Funds
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
February 29, 2008

Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?
By: Ben Stein
News Blaze
February 28, 2008

FTTH 2008: Internet Set to Reach Zetabyte Heights by 2015
Emerging Applications Drive Continued Growth
By: Sean Buckley
Telecommunications Online
February 28, 2008

Pre-Closure Letter in Sternberg Investigation
By: U.S. Office of Special Counsel
U.S. Office of Special Counsel
February 28, 2008

Intolerance and the Politicization of Science at the Smithsonian
Smithsonian's Top Officials Permit the Demotion and Harassment of Scientist Skeptical of Darwinian Evolution
By: U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform
U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform
February 27, 2008

Evolution's Glass Ceiling
By: David Klinghoffer
Townhall Magazine
February 26, 2008

A $4 Billion Bridge Deliberately Too Small?
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
February 26, 2008

VIDEO: Ted Van Dyk Event
A Democrat Looks at His Party... And the State of American Politics
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
February 25, 2008

"Six Lanes Plus" For The 520 Bridge
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
February 25, 2008

Tolling, Finance Innovation Vital For Infrastructure Growth
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
February 25, 2008

Beginnings of a bubble?
By: Pauline Rigby
fibresystems.org
February 25, 2008

Union Wants Pension Backing for Roads
By: Francesco Guerrera
Financial Times
February 24, 2008

Washington Should Be Leader In Push For All-Electric Cars
By: Steve Marshall, Bill Gaines
Tacoma News Tribune
February 24, 2008

Unleashing the Exaflood
By: Bret Swanson & George Gilder
The Wall Street Journal
February 22, 2008

My Failed Simulation on Evolution
By: Granville Sewell
Human Events
February 21, 2008

Pushing Infanticide
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Center for Bioethics and Culture Network
February 20, 2008

No Intelligence Allowed!
By: Tom Bethell
The American Spectator
February 19, 2008

Let There Be Open Debate Over Evolution
By: Casey Luskin
Tampa Tribune
February 18, 2008

Standard Makes Darwin Unassailable
By: Casey Luskin
Polk County Ledger
February 18, 2008

Bottomed-Out Ferry System Looking To Come Back
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
February 17, 2008

State Ferries: A Future Focus
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 17, 2008

My Turn: Legislators Committed to Fixing Ferries Mess
By: Nine State Legislators
Kitsap Sun
February 17, 2008

Author Critiques Darwin's 'Terrible Ideas'
By: Katherine Kipp
Baptist Press
February 14, 2008

Let Network Providers Manage Their Networks
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
February 13, 2008

WMD Catastrophies
By: Jamie Glazov
FrontPageMagazine.com
February 12, 2008

Darwin Day and the New Campaign to Inject Religion into Public Schools
By: John West
Discovery Institute
February 12, 2008

Imagine A Network Of Foot Ferries - Our Century's "Forward Thrust" For Puget Sound
By: Bruce Agnew
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 10, 2008

FOOT FERRIES: MORE!
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
February 10, 2008

ISU Intelligent Design Prof Loses Tenure Bid
By: Clara Hogan
The Daily Iowan
February 8, 2008

Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez And Academic Persecution
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
February 8, 2008

Seattle Taps Its Inner Silicon Valley
By: John Markoff
The New York Times
February 8, 2008

ENV Coverage of Gonzalez Academic Freedom Case at Iowa State University
By: Discovery Staff
Evolution News & Views
February 7, 2008

Stellar Astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez Denied Fair Hearing by Iowa State Board of Regents
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
February 7, 2008

The Democratic War on Science
By: Jack Cashill
WorldNetDaily.com
February 7, 2008

The Abolition of Man? How Politics and Culture Have Been Dehumanized in the Name of Science
By: John G. West
The Heritage Foundation
February 7, 2008

Motive Marketing and Discovery Institute Launch www.AcademicFreedomPetition.com in Support of Freedom for Teachers and Students to Challenge Darwinism
By: Motive Marketing
Motive Marketing
February 7, 2008

Regents Deny Gonzalez's Tenure Appeal
By: William Dillon
The Ames Tribune
February 7, 2008

Petrodollar-rich Foreign Governments Buy Their Way Into U.S. Boardrooms
By: Set America Free
YouTube
February 6, 2008

Wohlstetter on C-SPAN Book TV
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 6, 2008

EASTSIDE RAIL: MORE!
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center Web Site
February 4, 2008

Teach Critiques of Darwin, Too
By: Fred Cutting
Tallahassee Democrat
February 4, 2008

Sub-Standard Science Standards, Still
By: James A. Smith Sr.
Florida Baptist Witness
February 4, 2008

Eastside TRailway Forum Recap
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
February 4, 2008

Sound Transit Gives Rail Line A Boost
By: Ashley Bach
Seattle Times
February 2, 2008

Deconstructing Dawkins
Alister McGrath's Challenge of Famous Atheist Is Bracing But Does Not Go Far Enough
By: Logan Paul Gage
Christianity Today
February 1, 2008

Buried WMD Scoop
By: WSJ Editorial Staff
The Wall Street Journal
February 1, 2008

Dial '08 for terrorism
By: John C. Wohlstetter
The Washington Times
January 31, 2008

New Technologies
By: Staff
Washington Internet Daily
January 30, 2008

Estimating the Exaflood
The Impact of Video and Rich Media on the Internet A zettabyte by 2015?
By: Bret Swanson & George Gilder
Discovery Institute
January 29, 2008

Truth About Iraq WMD Uncovered,Then Covered Up Again
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
January 29, 2008

U.S. INTERNET TRAFFIC PROJECTED TO GROW 50-FOLD BY 2015
New Study Shows Required Network Expansion Could Cost $100 Billion Over Next Five Years
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 29, 2008

Discontinued Amtrak Pioneer Could Make A Comeback
By: Associated Press
Seattle Times
January 28, 2008

Commuter Rail Sought For Snohomish-Bellevue Route
By: Lukas Velush
Everett Herald
January 28, 2008

The Emerald Gate Tolls For Thee
By: Editorial Board
The Oregonian
January 27, 2008

Two On A Transportation Life Raft
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
January 27, 2008

Need A Quick Way To Get Into Canada? Get In Line
By: Lukas Velush
Everett Herald
January 26, 2008

Building Costs Deal Blow To Local Budget
By: William Yardley
New York Times
January 26, 2008

Friday Five: Pro-Life Hero Wesley J. Smith
By: Devon Williams, Associate Editor
Focus on the Family Action (www.citizenlink.org)
January 25, 2008

All Aboard Eastside Commuter Rail
By: Lance Dickie
Seattle Times
January 25, 2008

Daily Toll Calculated For I-5 Bridge
By: Dylan Rivera
The Oregonian
January 23, 2008

Rail Advocates Pitch Commuter Service To Kirkland
By: Jordan Lindstrom
Kirkland Courier-Reporter
January 23, 2008

Super Plan To Boost Tolls
By: Matthew Franklin, Adele Ferguson
The Australian
January 23, 2008

Six Big Lies About John McCain
By: Michael Medved
Townhall.com
January 23, 2008

Transportation: Can't We All Just Get Along
By: Richard Morrill
Crosscut
January 22, 2008

Rail Corridor On The Right Track
By: Bob Ferguson, Larry Phillips
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 21, 2008

Book Review: The evolution of Darwin's bad influence
By: Bruce Ramsey
Seattle Times
January 20, 2008

Get On Board With Eastside Commuter Rail
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
January 20, 2008

Eastside Rail Forum Sketches Ideas For Commuter Line
By: Ashley Bach
Seattle Times
January 17, 2008

Dave Ross/KIRO 710 Interviews Bruce Agnew On Eastside Rail
By: Dave Ross
KIRO-AM 710
January 17, 2008

Eastside Rail Radio Links
By: Dave Ross, Francesca Lyman
KIRO 710; KBCS 91.3
January 17, 2008

Waging War on the Weak
By: Wesley J. Smith
Center for Bioethics and Culture
January 16, 2008

The Facts about Intelligent Design: A Response to the National Academy of Sciences' Science, Evolution, and Creationism
By: Casey Luskin
Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness (IDEA) Center
January 15, 2008

Gregoire Talks Tough On The Viaduct
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
January 15, 2008

Ferry Riders Face Year Of Disruption
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 14, 2008

Shedding the Galileo Complex
A Review of John Lennox's God's Undertaker
By: Logan Paul Gage
Crisis Magazine
January 14, 2008

$14 Billion For Transit In B.C.
By: Randy Shore
Vancouver Sun
January 14, 2008

Fixing Low Rider, Tale Of The Tolls
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
January 13, 2008

Back In Session, At Least In Theory
By: Joe Turner
Tacoma News Tribune
January 13, 2008

Companies Should Take Lead On Transit For Workers
By: Nicholas Caruso
Hartford Courant
January 13, 2008

Snohomish Wants Commuter Train On Abandoned Corridor
By: Yoshiaka Nohara
Everett Herald
January 13, 2008

Voter Fraud Has Long Been a Problem, and Photo IDs Will Definitely Help
By: Howard Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
January 11, 2008

$6 To $7 Tolls On 520 Starting Next Year?
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
January 11, 2008

Here Come The Plug-in Hybrid-Electric Cars
By: Carolyn McConnell
Crosscut
January 9, 2008

Pro-Evolution Book Says Science and God Compatible
By: Katherine T. Phan
Christian Post
January 9, 2008

Staying Power
Does Religion Really Poison Everything?
By: Logan Paul Gage
Touchstone
January 8, 2008

Port On Track To Purchase BNSF corridor
By: Jeanette Knudsen
Woodinville Weekly
January 7, 2008

A Death Toll That Cries Out For More Than Rumble Strips
By: Larry Simoneaux
Everett Herald
January 7, 2008

Rush-Hour Pricing? Let's Just Do It!
By: Tyler Cowen
National Public Radio, "Marketplace"
January 7, 2008

Leaders Face Battle Over Highway Plans
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune
January 6, 2008

No Plan B, But Plenty Of B12
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
January 6, 2008

National Academy of Sciences Report on Evolution
Long on Assertion, Short on Evidence
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
January 3, 2008

Soon, Roads Could Start Tolling For Carlyle
By: Thomas Heath, David Cho
Washington Post
January 3, 2008

Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
By: Discovery Staff
DiscoveryBlog.org
January 1, 2008

Rising Gas Prices Are Changing Consumers' Taste
By: Jeremy Cato
Globe And Mail
January 1, 2008

I Can't Wait To Be 'Expelled'
By: Joseph Farah
Human Events
January 1, 2008

Missionaries and Anthropologists
Murder in Thailand
By: Mark Walhout
Books & Culture
January 1, 2008

Best Of Cascadia
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
January 1, 2008

Subscribe To Newsletter
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
January 1, 2008

Links
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
January 1, 2008

State DOT Plans More Intercity Bus Lines
By: Staff
Associated Press, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 31, 2007

Wins To Celebrate, Setbacks To Regret
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
December 30, 2007

Is Deep-Bore Tunnel Best Hope To Replace Viaduct?
By: Glenn Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
December 28, 2007

God, Science and the Presidential Campaign
By: John West
Tampa Bay Online
December 26, 2007

Entrepreneur Wheels, Deals For Eastside Rail
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
December 26, 2007

Time To Move Beyond 1950s Transportation Grid
By: Jessyn Farrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
December 25, 2007

Rails, Trails And Flails
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Times
December 21, 2007

Tunnel Idea Emerges
By: Greg Lamm
Puget Sound Business Journal
December 21, 2007

Intelligent Design Group Identifies Failures of Darwinism
By: Katherine T. Phan
Christian Post
December 21, 2007

The Gov On Governance
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune: Inside The Editorial Page blog
December 18, 2007

Beyond Proposition 1: A New Consensus Is Emerging
By: Ted Van Dyk
Crosscut
December 18, 2007

Buying A Way Out Of Traffic Doesn't Come Cheap
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
December 16, 2007

Tunnel Returns To Debate Over Viaduct Options
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
December 15, 2007

Highway 520's The Better Transit Choice
By: Bill Mundy, Theodore Lane
Seattle Times
December 14, 2007

Interview Of Bruce Agnew, on Eastside Rail
By: Dave Ross
KIRO-AM 710
December 14, 2007

Darwin's theory has weaknesses; teach them, too
By: David Gornoski
The News Chief
December 14, 2007

Sims To Let Port Buy Rail Line
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
December 14, 2007

HOT Toll Could Hit 9 Bucks
By: Joe Turner
Tacoma News Tribune
December 13, 2007

Old Ferries Fate Could Be Sealed Today
State Officials Face A Frustrated Crowd In Port Townsend, Where Businesses Are Suffering
By: Kaitlin Manry, Jerry Cornfield
Everett Herald
December 13, 2007

From The Ashes Of Proposition 1
By: Phil Talmadge, Mark Baerwaldt
Seattle Times
December 13, 2007

Watch For Plug-In Cars In Tacoma
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune: Inside The Editorial Page blog
December 12, 2007

Catmamaran Commute Between Kirkland And UW? Parking Still An Issue
By: Amy Roe
Seattle Times
December 10, 2007

Democrats Soak The Poor — And The Rich
By: Logan Paul Gage
Baltimore Examiner
December 10, 2007

How Green Is My Valley
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
December 9, 2007

Ideas, But No Easy Solutions At Ferry Summit
By: Ed Friedrich
Everett Herald
December 8, 2007

Transit Has Swift Future In Snohomish County
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
December 7, 2007

Gonzalez Continues Tenure Appeals with New Evidence
By: Kyle Miller
Iowa State Daily
December 7, 2007

Smoking Gun
Iowa State denied tenure to an ID-supporting scientist and then tried to cover up why
By: Mark Bergin
World Magazine
December 7, 2007

Moses Who?
By: Benjamin Wiker
InsideCatholic.com
December 6, 2007

Memorandum Brief: Principles For An Interlocal Agreement On Expanded Puget Sound Passenger-Only Ferry Service
By: Bruce Agnew, Matt Rosenberg, Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
December 6, 2007

Brit Hume at Fox News Highlights Guillermo Gonzalez Tenure Battle
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 6, 2007

Reinforce Digital Levees Before the Exaflood Hits
By: Andrew Wallenstein
Hollywood Reporter
December 5, 2007

Eastside Rail: We Just Don't Get It
By: Alfred Runte
Seattle Times
December 4, 2007

Radio Interview: Preserving Eastside Rail Line
By: Bruce Agnew, Dave Ross
KIRO-AM 710
December 4, 2007

Innovative Transit Idea Shouldn't Be Dismissed
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
December 4, 2007

Secret Emails Reveal How ISU Faculty Plotted to Deny Distinguished Astronomer Tenure
ISUs tenure process and official explanation in the Gonzalez case exposed as a sham.
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
December 3, 2007

Cascadia's Rails And Trail Campaign Catching Attention
By: Jeanette Knudsen
Woodinville Weekly
December 3, 2007

Amtrak's Time Has Come
By: Neal Peirce
Seattle Times
December 3, 2007

Deliver What They Want At A Price They'll Pay
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
December 2, 2007

The People We Have Been Waiting For
By: Thomas Friedman
New York Times
December 2, 2007

The Argument to Reassign Pot's Drug Classification
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
December 2, 2007

Sims To Port: No Deal If Rails Stay
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
December 1, 2007

Regional Transport: Much Can Be Done Right Now
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
November 30, 2007

Intelligent design is at forefront of tenure controversy
By: KDSM TV
KDSM TV
November 30, 2007

Rails-To-Trail Deal Hits Bump
County Demands Port Remove Tracks First
By: Kristen Millares Young
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 30, 2007

Passenger Ferries: A Mobility Solution
By: Dow Constantine, Jane Hague
Seattle Times
November 29, 2007

Roads And Transit Package Too Big And Too Pricey, Voters Feared
By: Gregory Roberts
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 29, 2007

Report: $37 Million Option For Eastside Train
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
November 28, 2007

Cascadia: Eastside Corridor Can Support Interurban Rail
By: Patricia Murphy
KUOW-FM
November 26, 2007

UW Campus To Plug In Electric Bikes
By: Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
November 26, 2007

Infrastructure Problems? Investors Can Pave The Way
By: Derek DeCloet
Globe & Mail
November 24, 2007

Give Thanks - It's Good For You
By: Bruce Chapman
The Seattle Times
November 22, 2007

Study Shows Eastside Rail Line Can Support Interurban Rail
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
November 21, 2007

We Need Congestion Relief And Safety
By: Cheryl Pflug
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 21, 2007

Eastside BNSF Rail Line Inspection Report
By: Read Fay
Cascadia Center
November 21, 2007

Washington Lawmakers Plan To Pass A Major Highway-Tolling Bill
By: Austin Jenkins
Crosscut
November 20, 2007

Muslim Antisemitism Is Becoming Our Fetish
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jewish Chronicle
November 20, 2007

Will Mike Huckabee Face Up to His Views on Evolution
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
November 20, 2007

Huge Refinery With A Big Issue - The Recipe
At A Washington State Plant, All The Oils Used To Make Non-fossil Fuel Raise Their Own Environmental Red Flags
By: Scott Learn, Gail Kinsey Hill
Oregonian
November 20, 2007

Bush Bears Fruit
New Discoveries Pave the Way for Ethical Stem-Cell Research, Thanks to the Presidents Policies.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
November 20, 2007

The Design of Life: Discovering Signs of Intelligence In Biological Systems
By: Dembski, William A. and Jonathan Wells
Foundation for Thought and Ethics
November 19, 2007

Discovery Institute Bioethicist Lauds Breakthrough In Stem Cells Research That Eliminates Need For Human Cloning
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
November 19, 2007

Think Tank Moving Up by Moving Downtown
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 19, 2007

U.S. 2 Safety Projects Would Cost $1.84 billion
Study calls for 56 projects that would take 20 years
By: Yoshiaki Nohara
Everett Herald
November 19, 2007

Traffic Audit Can Form Basis Of New Plan For Roads, Transit
By: Brian Sonntag
Tacoma News Tribune
November 18, 2007

BU Had Role in Dembski Return
By: Brad Briggs & Grace Maalouf
The Baylor Lariat
November 16, 2007

Fast Forward To A Time When Innovation Moves The Region
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Seattle Times
November 16, 2007

Washington First In Vote-count Delay
By: Bruce Chapman
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
November 15, 2007

Renewed Needs For The Mosquito Fleet
By: Editorial Board
Kitsap Sun
November 15, 2007

HOT Lanes Likely To Cost Drivers A Cool Sum
By: Joseph Turner
Tacoma News Tribune
November 15, 2007

The Truth About the Dover Intelligent Design Trial
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 15, 2007

Discovery Institute Names National Talk Show Host Michael Medved as Senior Fellow
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 15, 2007

King County To Launch New Passenger-Only Ferry Plan
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
November 14, 2007

Download Briefing Packet for Educators on Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 14, 2007

PBS Encouraging Teachers to Violate the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause, Discovery Institute Reports
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 14, 2007

What NOVA Won't Tell You about Dover
The Truth about "Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial"
By: Anika Smith
Discovery Institute
November 13, 2007

Testimony In Support Of King County Passenger-Only Ferry District
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Center
November 13, 2007

The Theory of Intelligent Design: A briefing packet for educators
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 13, 2007

Prop. 1 Defeat: News & Opinion Round-up
Puget Sound Transportation - What Next?
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
November 12, 2007

Paine Field: Airport Needed To Relieve Congestion
By: Gregg Ortega
Everett Herald
November 12, 2007

Intelligentdesign.org, New Online Gateway to ID Information
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 9, 2007

KOMO-AM 1000 Interview of Bruce Agnew, on Eastside Rail Proposal
By: Cascadia Staff
KOMO-AM 1000
November 8, 2007

How To Fund Transportation Without Raising Taxes
By: Knute Berger
Crosscut
November 8, 2007

520 A Priority As Officials Regroup After Election
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
November 8, 2007

Fast, Affordable & Green: A Regional Transportation Discussion Brief
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
November 7, 2007

Darwin Day in America
How Our Politics and Culture Have Been Dehumanized in the Name of Science
By: John G. West
Intercollegiate Studies Institute
November 6, 2007

Northwest Businesses Starting To Sense The Gold In Going Green
By: Sally Bagshaw
Crosscut
November 6, 2007

Bruce Chapman Is Right
By: Knute Berger
crosscut.com
November 5, 2007

Awakenings
The Schiavo Case Revisited
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
November 5, 2007

Port Agrees To Pay $103M For Eastside Rail Corridor
By: Alwyn Scott
Puget Sound Business Journal
November 3, 2007

BNSF Eastside Deal Flawed, Says Cascadia Center
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
November 2, 2007

Preserve Eastside Rail Line For Snohomish Transit Link
By: Bruce Agnew
Seattle Times
October 31, 2007

Principled (not Rhetorical) Reasons Why Intelligent Design Doesn't Identify the Designer
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
October 31, 2007

For Amtrak, The Climate Changes
By: Christopher Conkey, Daniel Machalaba
Wall Street Journal
October 31, 2007

Rudy of the Good Book?
Neocon war problem
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
October 31, 2007

Fear Not 'Islamo-Fascism,' Nor Ahmadinejad
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
October 31, 2007

Proposition 1 Just One Piece In 520 Bridge Puzzle
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
October 31, 2007

A brief history of the scientific theory of intelligent design
By: Jonathan Witt
Discovery Institute
October 30, 2007

Kingston To Seek Passenger Ferry Service
By: Susan Gilmore
Seattle Times
October 30, 2007

A Dearth of Taxes?
By: John Tamny
realclearpolitics.com
October 27, 2007

Replacing The Bridge: Check Below, Too
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 26, 2007

Spy Chief’s Testimony Deserves Second Look
By: Logan Paul Gage
D.C. Examiner
October 26, 2007

City, County, Port To Run Year-Long Test Of PHEVs
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
October 25, 2007

Solution To Great 520 Bridge Debate Could Be....A Tunnel
By: Debera Carlton Harrell
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 25, 2007

Look Ma, No Driver
By: Gerry Blackwell
Globe And Mail
October 23, 2007

Ramp Up Or Crash Down
By: Neil Peirce
Seattle Times
October 22, 2007

Roads, Fuel & Funding
Declining Gas Tax Revenues Make New Sources Of Transportation Funds Essential
By: Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall
Tacoma News Tribune
October 21, 2007

Coming Back From Canada? Brace For Life In The Slow Lane
By: Kristin Jackson
Seattle Times
October 19, 2007

Navigating With Feedback From Fellow Drivers
By: Roy Furchgott
New York Times
October 18, 2007

When Democrats Become Instruments of God
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
October 17, 2007

Who Is Politicizing Science, Senator Clinton?
By: Logan Gage
Human Events
October 17, 2007

County Foot-Ferry Tax Proposed
By: Cascadia Staff
Cascadia Center
October 16, 2007

Tribe and Truth
Ann Coulter, Theologian
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
October 16, 2007

Telecosm 2007:
LAN's End
By: George Gilder & Steve Forbes
Gilder Forbes Publishing
October 16, 2007

Cascadia-Microsoft Conference Speaker Shares In Nobel Prize
By: Steve Marshall
Cascadia Center Web Site
October 15, 2007

State Audit Proposes Adding Tolls, Lanes
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
October 11, 2007

Panel Sees Problems In Ethanol Production
By: Cornelia Dean
New York Times
October 11, 2007

Broadbandits' Revenge
By: Hance Haney
Washington Times
October 11, 2007

Bell Places Third In National Video Contest
By: Staff
Seattle University Magazine
October 11, 2007

Basalt + CO2 = Clean Coal? Let's Hope So
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
October 10, 2007

U.S. Energy Future In Question
By: Fred Fleming
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 9, 2007

Rails And Trails Could Coexist Easily On Eastside
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
October 5, 2007

"Heartburn" Over Roads: State Fears $1.5B Shortfall
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
October 4, 2007

A Response to Dr. Dawkins' "The Information Challenge"
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
October 4, 2007

Less Gas Tax Revenues, More Tolls
By: David Seago
Tacoma News Tribune
October 4, 2007

Roads And Transit Measure A Toss-up
By: Bill Virgin
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 3, 2007

Tolling Goes Mainstream
By: Ken Orski
Cascadia Prospectus
October 3, 2007

Sellwood Bridge Options Narrowed Down to Three
By: Arthur Gregg Sulzberger
The Oregonian
October 2, 2007

Port Gets Grant For Boat Zone Project
About $1 Million Will Spur Ferry Development
By: John Stark
Bellingham Herald
October 2, 2007

Pope Benedict and Nature's Genius
By: Benjamin D. Wiker and Jonathan Witt
Crisis Magazine
October 1, 2007

Jet Boat Commuter Club Forming In Gig Harbor
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
October 1, 2007

Smooth, Safer Commute With Second Bridge
By: Editorial Board
Tacoma News Tribune
October 1, 2007

'Exaflood' Could Be 'Zettaflood' By 2015, Swanson Says
By: Lynn Stanton
TR Daily (Telecommunications Reports)
October 1, 2007

Lessons in Public-Private Partnerships & Climate Change
What British Columbia Taught California & What Washington Can Still Learn
By: Mike Wussow
Cascadia Center
October 1, 2007

History Speaks And Seattle's Region Listens
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
September 30, 2007

Last Days Of The ICE Age
By: Walt Crowley
Seattle Times
September 30, 2007

James's Faith
The pragmatist who understood the value of religion
By: David Klinghoffer
The Weekly Standard
September 29, 2007

Skipping Tolls Gets Tougher
By: Joseph Turner
Tacoma News Tribune
September 27, 2007

Dick's Picks: Cheeseburgers, Shakes, and Citizen Interaction With Local Government
Spady may charge customers for ketchup, but he's footing the bill for this pilot project.
By: Aimee Curl
Seattle Weekly
September 26, 2007

Future Looks Hazy For Gorge Air Quality
By: Kathie Durbin
The Columbian
September 26, 2007

Slow But Steady "Telework Revolution" Eyed
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
September 26, 2007

America's Oil Lust Means Long Middle East Involvement
By: Cynthia Tucker
Seattle Times
September 24, 2007

Electric Car: More Quiet Whirs
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 23, 2007

You Did, We Did, RTID Did
Sunday column + podcast
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
September 23, 2007

Regional Focus On Traffic Operations To Relieve Congestion
By: PSRC Staff
PSPC's "Regional View" Newsletter
September 22, 2007

Cascadia's Bruce Agnew On Greening I-5
Gold Medal Improvements Planned For I-5
By: Corwin Haeck
KOMO-AM 1000
September 19, 2007

Every Good Under the Sun Must Be Paid For
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
September 19, 2007

No Paine, No Gain
By: Hans Toorens
Seattle Times
September 19, 2007

Inspector General: Transportation Earmarks Hit New Record High
By: Ken Orski
Cascadia Prospectus
September 19, 2007

Greening The Highway From Baja to B.C.
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Center
September 19, 2007

Baylor Administration Silencing Science by Design
By: Walt Ruloff
The Lariat (Baylor University)
September 19, 2007

Governor Approves 65 Kittitas Wind Turbines
By: Lisa Stiffler
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 18, 2007

No Taxation Without Representation? How 'Bout No Taxation!
By: Logan Paul Gage
D.C. Examiner
September 17, 2007

$6 Billion Columbia Crossing Bridge Project Will Require Tolling
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
September 17, 2007

What If We Teamed With Oregon....
By: Ralph Fascitelli
Seattle Times
September 14, 2007

New Intelligent Design Conflict Hits BU
By: Claire St. Amant
The Lariat (Baylor University)
September 11, 2007

New Doubts About Diversity’s Value
By: Logan Paul Gage
D.C. Examiner
September 11, 2007

Dream Of Hydrogen Cars Fades For Now
By: Brett Clanton
Houston Chronicle/Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 10, 2007

State To Receive Federal Money For I-5 Bridge
By: Gregory Roberts
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 10, 2007

Passenger-Only Ferries In Puget Sound Gain Momentum
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
September 10, 2007

Our Posthuman Future...
On the Small Screen.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
September 10, 2007

Record-setting Tax Plan Wraps Roads, Rail In One Fragile Package
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
September 9, 2007

Web Site sparks New Intelligent Design Battle at BU
By: Tim Woods
Waco Tribune Herald
September 9, 2007

New Water Taxi To Begin Service On Lake Union
By: KOMO Staff
KOMO-TV
September 8, 2007

A Big Step Toward Resuming Foot Ferries In Kingston
By: Editorial Board
Kitsap Sun
September 7, 2007

$3.5 Million Grant Expected To Bring Fast Ferry Service Back To Kingston
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
September 6, 2007

State Ferry System: Explore All Routes
By: Editorial Board
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 6, 2007

Some Things Worked
The Best - Or Worst - Planning Decisions Made In The Lower Mainland
By: Frances Bula
Vancouver Sun
September 6, 2007

Forum Will Seek A Vision For Gorge
By: Kathie Durbin
Columbian
September 6, 2007

Baylor University Denies Research Scientists' Academic Freedom
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 6, 2007

We're Slowly Moving Toward Getting Best Value From Our Roads
By: Bruce Ramsey
Seattle Times
September 5, 2007

The Atheists' Benchwarmer
Book Review, God: The Failed Hypothesis. How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist by Victor Stenger
By: Benjamin Wiker
insidecatholic.com
September 2, 2007

700 MHz Auction: FCC Mandates Test of Wireless Net Neutrality
By: Frank Barbetta
Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute)
September 1, 2007

The Design Inference from Specified Complexity Defended by Scholars Outside the Intelligent Design Movement: A Critical Review
By: Peter S. Williams
Philosophia Christi
September 1, 2007

Oh, the Humanity!
What's Really "Disgusting" and "Disgraceful."
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
August 31, 2007

Exhuming the Peppered Mummy
By: Jonathan Wells
Discovery Institute
August 30, 2007

Inside the Mathematical Mind
By: David Berlinski
New York Sun
August 29, 2007

Gorton Could Be Just What the Nation Needs
By: Editorial Staff
Seattle Times
August 29, 2007

Crowds Heed Amtrak's 'All Aboard'
Improved Service, Air Woes Lure Travelers in Northeast; Long Hauls Still Suffer
By: Daniel Machalaba
Wall Street Journal
August 23, 2007

GM May Debut 60,000 Electric Cars
By: Jeff Green
Seattle Times/Bloomberg News
August 23, 2007

Hollywood Gets Message About Suppression of Intelligent Design
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Blog
August 22, 2007

Seattle Needs Grace
Clean hands, sick souls.
By: Kathryn Jean Lopez
National Review Online
August 22, 2007

What Happened to Freedom of Speech?
Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
By: Premise Media
Premise Media
August 22, 2007

Inflicting Pain on Animals Besmirches Humans' Higher Nature
By: Wesley J. Smith
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 22, 2007

Key Resources for Parents and School Board Members
By: Discovery Institute
Discovery Institute
August 21, 2007

Vick Dog-Fighting Conspiracy Violated Human Dignity
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
August 21, 2007

Pa. Scientist Again Attacks Evolution
By: Cameron Wybrow
The Philadelphia Inquirer
August 19, 2007

Warning Signs For The Fall: A Sneaky Tax
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
August 19, 2007

The Decalogue, Dangerous?
Advice for a Society that Cringes at Commandments
By: Rod Dreher
The Dallas Morning News
August 19, 2007

Leaders Of U.S., Mexico, Canada Meet To Talk On Expanding Cooperation
By: Associated Press
International Herald Tribune
August 18, 2007

B.C., Washington Plan Similar High Tech Licenses
By: Patrick Brethour
Globe & Mail
August 17, 2007

Net Neutrality: A Radical Form of Non-Discrimination
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 16, 2007

Nothing 'Pseudo' about Text's Science
Letter to the Editor
By: Stephen C. Meyer
The Boston Globe
August 16, 2007

New Grant For Bridge Rebuild Prods Regional Tolling Debate
By: Bruce Agnew
Cascadia Prospectus
August 15, 2007

The Authority Deficit
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
August 15, 2007

Deregulate Special Access Rates
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
August 15, 2007

Georgia Unveils New 511 Traffic Hotline
By: Shannon McCaffrey
Macon Telegraph/AP
August 15, 2007

New Book, Shattered Tablets, Offers Stinging Critique of Our Secularized Popular Culture
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 15, 2007

BNB Podcast: Vick Charges Speak to Our Humanity
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
August 14, 2007

"Shadow Tolling" Eyed For I-595 Express Lanes In Broward County
By: Ken Orski
Cascadia Prospectus
August 13, 2007

Viaduct Bypass, I-5 Expansion Should Be Linked
By: Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
August 10, 2007

10,000 Cars A Day On Rusting Hulk
Engineers rate the Willamette Boulevard bridge as worse than the Minneapolis span
By: Dylan Rivera
The Oregonian
August 10, 2007

A Lesson Of A Bridge Collapse
By: Jay Ambrose
Milford (MA) Daily News
August 10, 2007

Freeway Mess Won't Be Last One Drivers Face
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 8, 2007

Eastside Rail Corridor Could Serve Bicyclists And Commuters
By: Larry Phillips, Jane Hague and John Creighton
Seattle Times
August 8, 2007

Another Jolt To The Infrastructure
Nobody dies this time, but Amtrak halts service because of fears its Talgo trains are unsafe
By: Editorial Board
The Oregonian
August 7, 2007

Race Has No Place in Seattle Schools
By: John R. Miller
Seattle Times
August 7, 2007

Is It Rail Time Or Trail time?
By: Jeanette Knutson
Woodinville Weekly
August 6, 2007

State Driving To Reduce Vehicle Use
By: Kathie Durbin
The Columbian
August 6, 2007

No Surrender
By: Bruce Chapman
Seattle Times
August 5, 2007

Sellwood: A Bridge Too Far Gone?
Deteriorating - The 82-year-old span, which carries 31,000 cars a day, ranks among the state's worst
By: James Mayer, Andy Dworkin
The Oregonian
August 5, 2007

On The Road To Clean And Green
By: Kathie Durbin
The Columbian
August 5, 2007

Hydrogen Bus Fleet To Roll Into Whistler
By: Jonathan Woodward
Vancouver Sun
August 4, 2007

Vick Charges Speak To Our Humanity
By: Wesley J. Smith
Rocky Mountain News
August 4, 2007

Hot Lead, Summer In the City
By: David Klinghoffer
Seattle Times
August 3, 2007

A National Bridge Problem
By: Warren Cornwall, Justin Mayo, Mike Carter
Seattle Times
August 3, 2007

Crime In Our Streets
By: Bruce Chapman
Discoveryblog.org
August 2, 2007

Catastrophic Bridge Collapse In Minneapolis Highlights Puget Sound Risks; And Finance Challenges
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
August 2, 2007

The Ready River Of Transit At Our Core
By: Peter Wilcox
The Oregonian
July 30, 2007

Port Commissioners Not Interested In Deal To Own Boeing Field
By: Bob Young
Seattle Times
July 27, 2007

Toyota, UC Campuses To Test Plug-in Hybrid Cars
By: Martin Zimmerman
Los Angeles Times
July 25, 2007

Low-Wake Study And Planned Ferry Are World Class
By: Editorial
Kitsap Sun
July 21, 2007

They Want To Build A Private Toll Bridge To The 21st Century
By: Knute Berger
Crosscut
July 20, 2007

Animal Rights Activists Have 'No Choice' but Violence, Spokesman Says
By: Jeff Golimowski
CNSNews.com
July 19, 2007

Charity Is an Individual Responsibility
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
July 18, 2007

Is The Design of Modern Science Defective?: A review of Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism
By: Guillermo Dekat
FreeRepublic.com
July 18, 2007

Fast Ferry Will Come To Kitsap For Research
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
July 17, 2007

Eastside Needs Rail, Not Trail
By: Jim O'Farrell
Seattle Times
July 17, 2007

Dial-a-porn goes country
Guess who pays for it?
By: Logan Paul Gage
DC Examiner
July 17, 2007

BNB Podcast: Soul Believer- In Defense of Human Exceptionalism
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
July 17, 2007

FCC Inquiry Shows Broadband Regulation Unnecessary
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
July 16, 2007

Christianity's Fertile Roots
By: David Klinghoffer
Claremont Institute
July 12, 2007

We Need a Fairness Doctrine For Media
By: Bruce Chapman
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 11, 2007

Passenger Ferry Fleet Eyed For Puget Sound
By: Tim St. Clair
West Seattle Herald
July 10, 2007

Ford, Utility To Test Plug-in Hybrids
By: Tom Krisher
AP/Detroit News
July 10, 2007

TV/Radio Coverage Of July 2 Foot Ferries Forum
By: Various
KIRO 7 TV, KING 5 TV, KPLU-FM, KIRO-AM
July 6, 2007

American terrorist
By: Debra J. Saunders
San Francisco Chronicle
July 5, 2007

A Turning Point Approaches For Fast Foot Ferries In Puget Sound
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
July 5, 2007

In Defense of Human Exceptionalism
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
July 5, 2007

Death on Demand
The assisted-suicide movement sheds its fig leaf.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Standard
July 5, 2007

In Search Of Passenger-Only Ferry Service That Pencils Out
By: William Echols
Crosscut
July 5, 2007

Passenger Ferry Plan Gaining Steam In King County
By: Ed Friedrich
Kitsap Sun
July 3, 2007

Decision By November On Tax Boost For Foot Ferries
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 3, 2007

Group Pushing For Passenger-only Ferries
By: Bellamy Pailthorp
KPLU-FM
July 2, 2007

Sean Carroll Fails to Scale The Edge of Evolution: A Rebuttal to Sean Carroll's Anti-ID Book Review in Science
A Response to Sean B. Carroll's "God as Genetic Engineer" in Science
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
July 2, 2007

Light Rail And Roads Tax: Is It A Good Deal?
By: Ross Reynolds
KUOW-FM
July 2, 2007

Go Green, Go Fast
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Seattle Times
July 1, 2007

Darwinism at AEI
By: Tom Bethell
American Spectator
July 1, 2007

DNA and the Origin of Life:
Information, Specification, and Explanation
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Darwinism, Design, and Public Education
June 30, 2007

Smart Transport Systems Would Ease Traffic Snarls
By: Bruce Agnew & Neil Schuster
Puget Sound Business Journal
June 29, 2007

Dominicans Try to Shut Down Film on Human Trafficking
By: Staff
Human Rights Foundation
June 29, 2007

ID Proponents Applaud Darwinist's Open-Mindedness
By: Doug Huntington
The Christian Post
June 25, 2007

Let's Build The Northwest Passage
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
June 24, 2007

Scientific Fundamentalists
The Debate Between Science and Religion
By: Shmuley Boteach
The Jerusalem Post
June 24, 2007

Do Data Retention Risks Outweigh the Rewards?
By: Hance Haney
New Millennium Research Council Milestones
June 22, 2007

George Gilder Does Israel
On a first visit, market-mover Gilder checked up on his favorite Israeli company, EZchip, and looked at some more technology hopefuls.
By: Gitit Pincas
Globes
June 21, 2007

Brave New Bioethics Podcast: Is the Drug Enforcement Administration scaring doctors away from treating pain aggressively?
By: Wesley J Smith
Discovery Institute
June 21, 2007

One on One: Faith in Hierarchy
An Interview with George Gilder
By: Ruthie Blum
The Jerusalem Post
June 20, 2007

Swiss Build 21-mile Train Tunnel Through Alps
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
June 19, 2007

Interview with Michael Behe on The Edge of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 18, 2007

Have the Democrats forgotten about Reno?
By: Howard L. Chapman
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
June 15, 2007

What does Being President Have To Do With Evolution?
By: Logan Gage
The Examiner (Washington DC)
June 15, 2007

On the Origins of Life
By: David Berlinski
Commentary
June 14, 2007

Treat Illness With a Dose of Thoughtfulness
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
June 13, 2007

Investing In The Fast Lane
By: Joanna Slater
Wall Street Journal
June 13, 2007

Bruce Agnew Radio Interview, On West Coast "Green Highway" Initiative
By: Bill Good Show
CKNW-AM 980
June 12, 2007

Roads, Transit Measure Includes Study Of Burien Light-Rail Link
By: Reporter
Highline Times
June 12, 2007

Evolution and Dissent
By: David K. DeWolf
Boston Globe
June 11, 2007

Regions And Feds Must Jointly Combat Congestion
By: Ken Orski
Cascadia Prospectus
June 11, 2007

Highway Tolls Are Inevitable In Metro Puget Sound
By: Dean Paton
Crosscut
June 10, 2007

Intelligent Design Will Survive Kitzmiller v. Dover
By: David K. DeWolf, John G. West, and Casey Luskin
Montana Law Review, vol. 68, no. 1
June 8, 2007

Tenure Trouble
Iowa State University demonstrates academia's limits to intellectual tolerance.
By: David Klinghoffer
Weekly Standard
June 8, 2007

Neo-Darwinism's Homology Problem
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
June 7, 2007

Invasive and Ineffective
By: Edwin Meese III
Wall Street Journal
June 7, 2007

New Textbook Seeks to Improve Teaching of Evolution by Promoting Inquiry-Based Approach
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 6, 2007

MTA To Add Rapid Bus Lines
By: Francisco Vara-Orta
Los Angeles Times
June 5, 2007

Dr. Death Rides Again
Jack Kevorkian's movement has done better without him
By: Rita L. Marker & Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
June 4, 2007

Academic Freedom and Free Scientific Inquiry
By: David Klinghoffer
Des Moines Register
June 2, 2007

Maintain the Justice Model Norm Maleng Perpetuated
By: Chris Bayley
Seattle Times
June 1, 2007

Explore Evolution: The Arguments For and Against Neo-Darwinism
By: Meyer, Stephen C., Scott Minnich, Jonathan Moneymaker, Paul A.Nelson, Ralph Seelke
Hill House
June 1, 2007

Tell the Truth about Kevorkian, Says Assisted Suicide Expert
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 1, 2007

University President Denies Appeal in Tenure Case of Intelligent Design Astronomer at Iowa State University
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 1, 2007

Explore Evolution Textbook and Website
By: Staff
Discovery Institutte
June 1, 2007

Dr. Death Returns
Fatal Words
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
June 1, 2007

Big Bumps On The Hydrogen Highway
By: Phil Chubb
Vancouver Sun
May 31, 2007

What I Think About Evolution
By: Sen. Sam Brownback
The New York Times
May 31, 2007

The Future Of PHEVs
By: Steve Marshall
Northwest Current
May 31, 2007

Wanted: "Alternative Fuels Highway" - Not "Hydrogen Highway"
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
May 30, 2007

.....But Global Security Is As Much At Stake As Clean Air
By: Glenn Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
May 28, 2007

Green Wheels Spinning For Venture Backers.......
By: Steve Marshall, Bruce Agnew
Puget Sound Business Journal
May 28, 2007

Climate At Top Of Agenda For Schwarzenegger's Vancouver Visit
By: CanWest News Services
The Province
May 27, 2007

Riding The Hydrogen Highway
B.C. Officials Have High Hopes For Alternative Fuels, But Experts Say Major Challenges Remain
By: Sean McCarthy
Globe & Mail
May 26, 2007

Be Faithful and Multiply
By: David Klinghoffer
Forward
May 25, 2007

City Plugs In To Hybrid Car Trend
By: Tyler Hamilton
Toronto Star
May 24, 2007

Land Swap Not Ideal Way To Acquire Eastside Corridor
By: Larry Phillips
Seattle Times
May 23, 2007

Yellow Cab Fleet Going Green
By: Sarah Kugler
Associated Press, Seattle Times
May 23, 2007

Behe's New Book: The Edge of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 22, 2007

The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism
By: Behe, Michael J.
Free Press
May 21, 2007

Iowa State Faculty Admit Intelligent Design Played Role in Scientist’s Tenure Denial
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 18, 2007

Cascadian Ports Target Pollution
By: Fiona Anderson
Vancouver Sun
May 17, 2007

The Hidden Costs Of Light Rail Across The I-90 Bridge
By: George Kargianis, Phil Talmadge
Seattle Times
May 16, 2007

ISU Prof Appeals Denial of Tenure
Supporters say it was because of 'intelligent design' ideas
By: Lisa Rossi
Des Moines Register
May 15, 2007

Intelligent Design Advocate Denied Tenure at ISU
By: Nafeesa Syeed
Associated Press
May 15, 2007

But Is It Good for the Conservatives?
Darwinism and its discontents.
By: Andrew Ferguson
The Weekly Standard
May 14, 2007

Intelligent Design Scientist Denied Tenure Despite Exceeding Standard Requirements
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 14, 2007

Showtime Falls for Filmmaker’s Hoax
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 14, 2007

Biography of Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 14, 2007

Plug-in Cars Are Close; Let's Address The Obstacles
By: Editorial
Everett Herald
May 13, 2007

Hybrids Arrive As The 'Cool Cars'
By: Rebecca Nappi
Spokane Spokesman-Review
May 13, 2007

Proponent of Intelligent Design Denied Tenure by ISU
By: William Dillon
The Ames Tribune
May 12, 2007

Letter to Showtime regarding Flock of Dodos
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Institute
May 11, 2007

Hoax of Dodos
By: Staff
Discovery
May 11, 2007

Could Plug-in Cars End The Age Of Oil?
By: David Brewster
Crosscut
May 10, 2007

Evolution Important Question, But Debate Left Us No Wiser
By: Kathleen Parker
Real Clear Politics
May 10, 2007

'Design' Proponents Accuse Wikipedia of Bias, Hypocrisy
By: Doug Huntington
The Christian Post
May 9, 2007

Fueling Intertia
By: Editorial
Spokane Spokesman-Review
May 9, 2007

Fans Of Plug-in Cars Build Their Power Base
By: Hal Bernton & Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
May 8, 2007

The Evolution of the Long-Necked Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis L.): What do we really know? (Parts 1, 2, Appendix)
By: Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig
Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig: Internet Library
May 8, 2007

Discussion of PHEVs at 07 TransTech Conference
By: Jim Woolsey
Cascadia Center
May 7, 2007

Visions Of A Northwest Hybrid Car Future Abound
By: Robert McClure
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
May 7, 2007

A Split Emerges as Conservatives Discuss Darwin
By: Patricia Cohen
The New York Times
May 5, 2007

Leftist Thought Control
By: David Limbaugh
Townhall
May 4, 2007

How To Reform Cable Franchising
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
May 4, 2007

The Threat Is Secular Fundamentalism
By: Mustafa Akyol
International Herald Tribune
May 4, 2007

Darwinism and Conservatism: Friends or Foes?
AEI Debate on Darwinism & Conservatism
By: Stephen Hayward, Moderator
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
May 3, 2007

A Not-So-Divine Intervention
Texas Catholic bishops fail to protect unwanted patients.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
May 2, 2007

Good News, Mr. Gore, the Apocolypse Has Been Postponed
By: Mary Ellen Tiffany Gilder
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2007

Evolution and Me
By: Staff
George Gilder
May 1, 2007

'Green' Cars Grab Limelight At Bangkok Show
By: Evan McMullen
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 27, 2007

Deregulate Cable Navigation Devices
By: Hance Haney
Technology Liberation Front
April 26, 2007

Stickers To Allow Tacoma Narrows Drivers To Pay Tolls Electronically
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
April 26, 2007

Turning The Election Green
By: Thomas Friedman
New York Times
April 25, 2007

Our Energy Future
By: Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer
Northwest Current
April 24, 2007

TV & Radio Appearances
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 23, 2007

Defend Your Faith When It Is Blasphemed
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
April 20, 2007

The universe has a designer, speakers say
By: Gregory Tomlin
Baptist Press
April 20, 2007

Is Transportation Plan Doomed To Failure?
By: Andrew Garber
Seattle Times
April 19, 2007

Russia Plans World's Longest Undersea Tunnel to Alaska
By: Yuriy Humber, Bradley Cook
Bloomberg News/Seattle Times
April 19, 2007

Sayonara to World Finance Sisters?
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
April 18, 2007

Dallas Darwin vs. Design Controversy
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 18, 2007

Seattle Commuters Won't Be Spared Bridge Tolls
By: Editorial
Tacoma News Tribune
April 17, 2007

Swapping Boeing Field For Eastside Rail Line Faces Rough Road
By: Keith Ervin
Seattle Times
April 16, 2007

The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
April 16, 2007

Healing Soviet Wounds
The Unsure Revival of Estonia
By: Benjamin D. Wiker
Crisis Magazine
April 15, 2007

Fuel for Thought - Not All Biofuels Are Created Equal
By: David Tilman, Jason Hill
Seattle Times
April 15, 2007

Cascadia: More Than A Dream
By: Miro Cernetig
Vancouver Sun
April 14, 2007

State Transport System Needs Accountability, Investment
By: Bruce Agnew, Tom Till
Puget Sound Business Journal
April 13, 2007

The Wireless Wars
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
April 13, 2007

The Test on Tax Reform
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
April 13, 2007

Saving The Earth Sensibly With A Carbon Tax
By: Matt Rosenberg
Cascadia Prospectus
April 12, 2007

Sound Transit Needs The Benefit Of A Doubter
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 11, 2007

Are the Darwinists Afraid to Debate Us?
We want a discussion of ideas
By: Bruce Chapman and John West
Dallas Morning News
April 10, 2007

Podcasts
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
April 10, 2007

New 520 Bridge May Mean Tolls On I-90, Too
By: Chris McGann
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 9, 2007

Go Green? Go West
By: Ronald Brownstein
Los Angeles Times
April 8, 2007

Difficult to Define Whose Suffering is Worthy of Death
Right-to-die bill can't preclude expansion to other ill people
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
April 8, 2007

Prophets of the New Atheism
By: David Klinghoffer
Seattle Times
April 6, 2007

Brain Spat
By: Mark Stuertz
Dallas Observer
April 5, 2007

Oblivious to Reality
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
April 5, 2007

Intelligent Design Proponents Challenge SMU Professors to Debate
By: Doug Huntington
The Christian Post
April 4, 2007

Deadly Medicine
The forgotten history of eugenics
By: Logan Paul Gage
WorldNetDaily
April 4, 2007

Is There Green In Going Green?
By: Roddy Scheer, Randy Woods
Seattle Business Monthly
April 1, 2007

Render Unto Atatürk
By: Mustafa Akyol
First Things
March 31, 2007

March Market Madness
By: Ashby Foote III
The Clarion-Ledger
March 30, 2007

Jay Richards Elaborates on the Controversy Over Intelligent Design
By: Doug Huntington
Christian Post
March 30, 2007

Other Tunnel Option Must Withstand Scrutiny
By: Glenn R. Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
March 30, 2007

Don't Bury Streamlined Transportation Planning
By: Editorial
Everett Herald
March 29, 2007

Fear of Exposure
The fight against academic freedom is rooted in the worry that Darwinism's weakness will be revealed
By: Joe Renick
The Albuquerque Tribune
March 28, 2007

Tax Traps
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
March 28, 2007

What do Modern Textbooks Really Say about Haeckel's Embryos?
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
March 27, 2007

State Leaders Draw Roadmap For Transportation Reform
By: Libby Tucker
(Portland) Daily Journal Of Commerce
March 27, 2007

Free speech at Southern Methodist University
By: Rod Dreher
Beliefnet.com
March 27, 2007

Legislature Likely To Let Electric Cars Speed Up
By: Andrew Garber
The Seattle Times
March 26, 2007

Cloning Doubletalk:
Dianne Feinstein and Orin Hatch pretend that their bill to legalize human cloning is actually a ban.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
March 26, 2007

Success and the State
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
March 25, 2007

Entrenched Science Departments Call for Censorship at Southern Methodist University
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 23, 2007

Old Ferries May Have To Stay
By: Kaitlin Manry
Everett Herald
March 21, 2007

Amtrak Deal A Key Link In Burgeoning Cascadia Travel
By: Bruce Agnew and Tom Till
Vancouver Sun
March 20, 2007

B.C. Premier Stuns Critics With Plans To Go Green
By: Doug Struck
Washington Post/Seattle Times
March 19, 2007

Global Nag
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
March 19, 2007

First, Do Harm . . .
A betrayal of the hospice movement.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
March 19, 2007

Peaches To Cream, A New Transit Idea
By: James Vesely
Seattle Times
March 18, 2007

At 80, Ferry Shows Its Age
Old Boat's Retirement Caught Up In Count
By: Scott North and Kaitlin Manry
The Herald
March 18, 2007

Mobility, We Need You
By: Seattle Times editorial
Seattle Times
March 18, 2007

Bored By All Those Viaduct Choices? Think Again
By: Glenn R. Pascall
Puget Sound Business Journal
March 16, 2007

No-no Vote Sets Stage For 'Big One'
By: Joel Connelly
Seattle P-I
March 15, 2007

Slaves Among Us
Nearly 200 years since the British ban, slavery still extends to all corners of the world -- developing and advanced.
By: John R. Miller
Los Angeles Times
March 13, 2007

Budget Fictions
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
March 12, 2007

Plugging In To Edmonds
Electric Car Charging Station Proposed
By: Scott Pesznecker
The Herald
March 12, 2007

Viaduct Splits Seattle, State
By: John Ritter
USA Today
March 9, 2007

Lone Bid For Airport Station Is $95M; Estimate Was $52M
By: Margie Slovan
Seattle Daily Journal Of Commerce
March 8, 2007

Transit System Tries New Fuel Blend
By: Mark Hopkin
The Tri-City Herald
March 8, 2007

Ferry Bills Abound, But New Funds Are Doubtful
Legislation That Would Dedicate More Money From The State Gas Tax To The Ferries Is Idling In Committee
By: Ed Friedrich
The Kitsap Sun
March 6, 2007

Rethink Eastside Rail-Corridor Deal
By: Larry Phillips
The Seattle Times
March 6, 2007

6-Lane Tunnel Was Late, Fleeting Entrant In Debate On Viaduct
By: Mike Lindblom and Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
March 6, 2007

Bellingham: Port, City Begin Next Waterfront Planning Phase
Port Votes Today On Sharing Costs, Responsibilities With The City
By: Staff
The Bellingham Herald
March 6, 2007

Economic Liberty and Islam
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
March 5, 2007

When Killing Yourself Isn't Suicide
Word games may win the day in the battle of physician-assisted suicide.
By: Rita L. Marker & Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
March 5, 2007

Toot, Toot, The Region Goes To B.C., Too
By: James Vesely
The Seattle Times
March 4, 2007

Amtrak To Operate Second Run To B.C.
New Siding Work To Be Completed In Time For Service To 2010 Olympics
By: Aubrey Cohen
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 3, 2007

Press Release: Cascadia's Two Nation Vacation Gets Boost With Additional Train Service
By: Bruce Agnew and Mike Wussow
Press Release
March 2, 2007

Deal Paves Way for Second Train to B.C.
By: Seattle Times Staff
The Seattle Times
March 2, 2007

Press Release: Railway Infrastructure Agreement Reached
By: British Columbia Ministry of Transportation
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation
March 1, 2007

$169 Million Tag On Airport, Trail Swap
By: Kevin Ervin
The Seattle Times
February 27, 2007

Warming a Cold Fact?
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
February 27, 2007

Catholic Nursing Homes to Be Forced to Permit Assisted Suicide
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 26, 2007

Faith & Terror
Where some agree with Osama
By: David Klinghoffer
The New York Post
February 25, 2007

How Portland Handled (Much Better) Its Own "Viaduct" Moment
By: Floyd J. McKay
The Seattle Times
February 21, 2007

Intelligent Design in Biology: the Current Situation and Future Prospects
By: Phillip E. Johnson
Think (The Royal Institute of Philosophy)
February 19, 2007

Discovery Institute Scientists Will Showcase Evidence Challenging Darwinism at Knoxville Conference
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 19, 2007

The Age of Reason?
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
February 18, 2007

George Gilder on C-SPAN2 BookTV
After Words: Gilder Interviews John Naisbitt, author of "Mind Set!"
By: Staff
C-SPAN2
February 18, 2007

Prager Shouldn't Lose His Museum Post
By: David Klinghoffer
Los Angeles Jewish Journal
February 16, 2007

We Have Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
February 16, 2007

So Help Us Darwin
By: William F. Buckley, Jr.
National Review
February 16, 2007

Peer-harassed scientist rocks evolutionary boat
By: Jack Cashill
World Net Daily
February 15, 2007

Old MacDonald Had A Fuel . . .
By: Dale Reiner
The Seattle Times
February 14, 2007

Anything Goes
The International Society for Stem Cell Research issues its "ethical guidelines."
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
February 14, 2007

ID Backer Knocks Tuskegee Deletion from Kansas Standards
By: John Hanna
Associated Press
February 13, 2007

Beware of Darwin Day
By: Anika Smith
The Falcon
February 12, 2007

Happy Darwin Day!
Celebrating mankind's discovery of eugenics.
By: David Klinghoffer
The Weekly Standard
February 12, 2007

The Heavy Hand of Darwinist Orthodoxy
By: David Klinghoffer
Jerusalem Post
February 12, 2007

Waiting For The DMU
By: James Vesely
The Seattle Times
February 12, 2007

The Gospel According to Darwin
There is scant reporting on the anti-religious zeal with which many atheists promote Darwinism.
By: John West
National Review
February 12, 2007

Saving Remnant
By: M.D. Aeschliman
National Review
February 12, 2007

Kansas Board of Education Urged to Reject 'Shameful' Proposal to Delete Tuskegee Experiment and Other Science Abuses from State Curriculum
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 12, 2007

The Imperial Congress
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
February 11, 2007

SELECTED MODERN BIOLOGY TEXTBOOKS THAT REPRINTED FALSE EMBRYO DIAGRAMS DERIVED FROM HAECKEL
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2007

Regulating the Unknown
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
February 8, 2007

Ranks of Scientists Doubting Darwin’s Theory on the Rise
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 8, 2007

An Ethically Unsound “Therapy”
Emotions and motives to the side, this radical procedure is unjustifiable.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
February 8, 2007

Death on Demand
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
February 8, 2007

Does “Freedom” Mean Freedom From Slavery?
A glaring omission.
By: John R. Miller
National Review
February 5, 2007

A Disabled Girl’s Rights
By: Wesley J. Smith
The New York Times
February 2, 2007

Would Charles Darwin and Darth Vader Approve of Modern Evolutionists?
Review of Darwin Strikes Back: Defending the Science of Intelligent Design by Tom Woodward (Baker Books, 2006)
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
January 31, 2007

Technology Will End Our Oil Addiction
By: Dave Reichert
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 31, 2007

Full Speed On Kitsap Ferries
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
January 31, 2007

Wanting a Miracle: Can Both Teams Win?
By: Howard Chapman
The Fort Wayne News Sentinel
January 31, 2007

Dragged Into Global Warming
Welcome to the global debate, Mr. President
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
January 29, 2007

Churches Shouldn't Buy into Darwinists' Ploy
By: Jonathan Wells
Yale Daily News
January 29, 2007

A Worthwhile U.N. Initiative!
A welcome defense of the disabled from an unlikely organization.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
January 29, 2007

Reflecting On The Time When Seattle Police Crossed The Line
By: Chris Bayley
Seattle Times
January 25, 2007

Money, Not Geopolitics, Drives Russian Energy Policy
By: Charles Ganske
World Politics Watch
January 24, 2007

Bolder Move Needed to Reduce Addiction to Oil – Try PHEVs Now
Reply to State of the Union
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 24, 2007

Recharging The Nation's Energy Policy
By: Steve Marshall and Bruce Agnew
The Seattle Times
January 23, 2007

Gregoire Gives Tunnel Option For Viaduct A Chance
By: Andrew Garber
The Seattle Times
January 22, 2007

Gregoire Wants More Toll Projects
By: Joseph Turner
The Tacoma News Tribune
January 22, 2007

Collapsing Venezuela
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
January 22, 2007

Meltdown: The Region Has No Clothes
By: James Vesely
The Seattle Times
January 21, 2007

Advisory Panel Decides In Favor Of Rail-To-Trail Idea
By: Ashley Bach
The Seattle Times
January 20, 2007

The Coming Exaflood
By: Bret Swanson
The Wall Street Journal
January 20, 2007

Plan To Convert Eastside Rail Line Into Trail Endorsed
Commuter-Rail Advocates Protest
By: Gregory Roberts
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 20, 2007

The Limitations of Liberal Pluralism
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
January 19, 2007

Tax Thralldom Network
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
January 15, 2007

Darwin vs. Design Conferences
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 15, 2007

How Does Hundreds Of Miles Per Gallon Sound
By: editorial
The Everett Herald
January 14, 2007

Sound Transit's Light-Rail Expansion Plan Will Be Put Before Voters
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
January 12, 2007

Are You Ready For a Revolution?
By: Ashby M. Foote III
Clarion-Ledger
January 11, 2007

Regional Transit Agency Proposed
Four-county body would coordinate projects
By: Larry Lange
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 10, 2007

Ten Laws Of The Telecosm Redux
By: George Gilder
Forbes
January 9, 2007

Ferry proposed for Blaine, Point Roberts
Backers want free moorage, landing site
By: John Stark
Bellingham Herald
January 9, 2007

Single Transportation Board Proposed
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
January 9, 2007

Intelligent Design is a Science, Not a Faith
By: Richard Buggs
The Guardian
January 9, 2007

Metro has Record Year: 103.2 Million Bus Trips
By: Seattle Times Staff
The Seattle Times
January 9, 2007

Who Spends Your Money Better?
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
January 8, 2007

Seattleite May Serve As Somali Diplomat
By: Lornet Turnbull
Seattle Times
January 4, 2007

Somali Diplomat to Speak in Seattle Wednesday
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 3, 2007

Economics Is Not For Actuaries
By: George Gilder
Wall Street Journal
January 2, 2007

A Worthy Presidential Legacy
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
January 2, 2007

Response to Barbara Forrest's Kitzmiller Account
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
January 1, 2007

Why Black Theology Makes Sense
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet
January 1, 2007

Science's Blind Spot
The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism
By: Hunter, Cornelius G.
Brazos Press
January 1, 2007

Transit Projects To Keep Concrete Flowing
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
January 1, 2007

Transit Projects To Keep Concrete Flowing
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
January 1, 2007

Contact Evolution News & Views
By: Staff
Center for Science & Culture
January 1, 2007

Lee Strobel
Moderator - Darwin Vs. Design Conferences
By: Staff
Center for Science and Culture
January 1, 2007

An Ethically Unsound “Therapy”
Emotions and motives to the side, this radical procedure is unjustifiable.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
January 1, 2007

Sternberg, Smithsonian, Meyer, And The Paper That Started It All
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 31, 2006

Gentlemen, Start Your Plug-Ins
By: R. James Woolsey
The Wall Street Journal
December 30, 2006

Get Rich And Prosper
By: David Klinghoffer
Forward
December 29, 2006

It's Time to Decentralize the Power Grid
By: Bruce Chapman, David Klinghoffer
The Seattle Times
December 27, 2006

Keep Transit Options Open On Corridor Trail
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
December 25, 2006

Aped Decision
Law: Last year's judicial blow to intelligent design came straight from ACLU attorneys
By: Mark Bergin
World Magazine
December 23, 2006

Who Pays The Bill To Fix I-5 Traffic?
Replacement Bridge Leads Raft Of Ideas, But Tolls Are Tough Sell
By: Jim Redden
The Portland Tribune
December 22, 2006

The Scientist Reports on Smithsonian Discrimination of Darwin Critic
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 22, 2006

Origins of Life Revisited
By: Casey Luskin
University of Virginia Magazine
December 21, 2006

Avoiding a Thirty Years War
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
December 21, 2006

Popular Intelligent Design and Evolution Podcast and Blogsite Upgrade Their Web Presence
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 21, 2006

Before the Fall
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
December 18, 2006

Congressional Investigation Confirms Discrimination against Smithsonian Scientist Critical of Darwinian Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 18, 2006

US Congressional Committee Report: INTOLERANCE AND THE POLITICIZATION OF SCIENCE AT THE SMITHSONIAN
By: REPORT PREPARED FOR THE HON. MARK SOUDER
UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM
December 15, 2006

Kosovo: Eternally Dependent?
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
December 14, 2006

Dr. Death Gets Out of Jail
Will the media finally tell the truth about the ghoulish aspirations of Jack Kevorkian?
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
December 14, 2006

99W Would Need Tolls, Too, Report Says
Newberg-Dundee Bypass - Toll Price On Both Routes Would Depend Upon Who Gets Exempt And State Funding
By: Lisa Grace Lednicer and James Mayer
The Oregonian
December 13, 2006

Judges’ Copying of ACLU “Highly Frowned Upon” by Courts According to Legal Scholars
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 13, 2006

A Comparison of Judge Jones' Opinion in Kitzmiller v. Dover with Plaintiffs� Proposed �Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law�
By: David DeWolf & John West
Discovery Institute
December 12, 2006

"Masterful" Federal Ruling on Intelligent Design Was Copied from ACLU
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 12, 2006

Priest of the Cosmos
A Book Review
By: Guillermo Gonzalez & Jay W. Richards
Touchstone
December 8, 2006

Pandering to Ignorance
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
December 8, 2006

FCC a Special-Interest Playground When Reviewing Mergers
By: Hance Haney
Technology & Democracy Project
December 6, 2006

Russian Bear Sets a Trap
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
December 1, 2006

Local Louisiana School Board Praised for Adopting Policy Protecting Teachers Who Teach Evolution Objectively
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 1, 2006

Darwin Strikes Back
Defending the Science of Intelligent Design
By: Thomas Woodward
Baker Books
December 1, 2006

What People Are Saying About Darwin Strikes Back
By: Various
Darwin Strikes Back, Baker Books
December 1, 2006

Foreword to Darwin Strikes Back
By: William Dembski
Darwin Strikes Back: Baker Books
December 1, 2006

BSV Commentaries
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 30, 2006

New Podcast: The New Bioethics of Personhood Theory
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
November 30, 2006

The Animal House Falls Apart
Peter Singer shocks with monkeys.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
November 30, 2006

Of Love, Peter Singer, and a Little Boy With Down Syndrome
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 28, 2006

The Remarkable Dr. Ayau
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
November 26, 2006

Much Lies Beyond the Grasp of Arrogant Atheism
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
November 24, 2006

Science and Spin
An "Educational Video" on Stem-Cell Research Leaves Science in Disgrace
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
November 24, 2006

Evangelical atheists crusade against ‘pernicious’ religions
By: Logan Gage
The Examiner
November 17, 2006

A Warm and Fuzzy Feeling
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
November 16, 2006

Respectable Baby Killing:
Support builds for legalizing euthanasia for ill and disabled newborns.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
November 16, 2006

The Misguided Quest for 'Darwinian Conservatism'
Debate Over Evolution Not Going Away
By: John G. West
Human Events
November 14, 2006

Brave New Bioethics Podcast #1
By: Wesley J Smith
Discovery Institute
November 14, 2006

New Bioethics Podcast Focuses on Human Exceptionalism and Universal Human Rights
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 13, 2006

New Book Examines Misguided Quest of Darwin's Conservatives
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 13, 2006

Scrambled Eggs: The Politics Of Stem Cells
By: Editorial
Investor's Business Daily
November 10, 2006

Book Review: Random Acts of Design
Francis Collins Sees Evidence That God Made the Cosmos—But Life Is Another Matter
By: Jonathan Witt
Touchstone Magazine
November 9, 2006

Wayward Religious Reconcilers
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
November 8, 2006

Tax Shell Game
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
November 7, 2006

"Vanity, Vanity": Neo-Cons Learn How Far You Can Trust Mainstream Media
By: Bruce Chapman
DiscoveryBlog.org
November 6, 2006

Saving the Conservative Soul
Dont take the wrong lesson from Ted Haggards fall.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
November 6, 2006

Electing Judges Keeps Them Accountable
By: David DeWolf
Seattle Post Intelligencer
November 3, 2006

Derbyshire Forgets What Makes Humans "Special"
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
November 2, 2006

'My Country Needs Me'
Iraqi democrats haven't given up the fight. How can we?
By: HEATHER ROBINSON
Wall Street Journal
November 1, 2006

Listen to the ID The Future Podcast
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
November 1, 2006

Reporters Without Borders Wrong on Press Freedom in Russia
By: Charles Ganske
World Politics Watch
October 31, 2006

Radio Interviews with Wesley J. Smith
Wisconsin (WTMJ) and Missouri (KSSZ)
By: Discovery Staff
Discovery Institute
October 31, 2006

The Big Stem-Cell Breakthrough
That you're not hearing about . . .
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Standard
October 31, 2006

Pro-Tunnel Group Finds More Support
Coalition's poll shows slim majority for viaduct option
By: PHUONG CAT LE
Seattle Post Intelligencer
October 30, 2006

A Sharp Split on Darwin, design
Two authors' takes on science and life
By: Douglas Groothuis
The Denver Post
October 29, 2006

Port-County Swap: Bold Proposal
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 27, 2006

Discovery Blog Debuts
By: Bruce Chapman
Discovery Institute
October 25, 2006

The Information Factories
By: George Gilder
WIRED
October 25, 2006

Miller Resigns State Department Post
By: Matthew Daly
The Washington Post
October 25, 2006

Savaged
A radio-talk-show host pulls a fast one on fans?
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
October 23, 2006

Experimenting With Live Patients
Some experts think it's OK to use vegetative human subjects
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
October 22, 2006

Forecast Fault Lines
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
October 18, 2006

Euthanasia Not About Terminal Illness Despite Advocates' Claims
By: Wesley J. Smith
LifeNews.com
October 17, 2006

Paying To Be Coerced
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
October 16, 2006

Darwin's Conservatives
The Misguided Quest
By: West, John G.
Discovery Institute Press
October 16, 2006

A Conservative Soul?
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
October 13, 2006

Another Great Intelligent Design Debate On TV
This week on Think Tank: Intelligent Design vs. Evolution, Part One
By: Think Tank
PBS
October 13, 2006

The Mark of Meaning
Book Shows How Art and Science Point to Nature's Creator
By: Travis K. McSherley
BreakPoint.org
October 13, 2006

In Just Ten Short Years Discovery Institute has Made The Debate Over Intelligent Design and Evolution Into a National Issue
By: Anika Smith
Discovery Institute
October 11, 2006

Alaskan Way Viaduct: Cities By The Bay
By: Editorial
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
October 11, 2006

Telecosm 2006
By: Hance Haney
Technology & Democracy Project
October 11, 2006

The Danger of Over-Regulation
By: Richard W. Rahn
Cayman Islands Journal
October 11, 2006

A Review of The Right Darwin: Evolution, Religion and the Future of Democracy
By: Seth Cooper
Intellectual Conservative
October 11, 2006

Russia Turns the Screws After Georgian Provocation
By: Yuri Mamchur
World Politics Watch
October 9, 2006

Successful Joint Bid Could Refloat Notion Of Cascadia
By: Doug Ward
The Vancouver Sun
October 6, 2006

U.S. Needs To Help Force Regime Change, Iranian Dissident Says
By: Jon Naito
Seattle Post Intelligencer
October 5, 2006

The Turtle War
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
October 5, 2006

Discovery Institute Has Put Over $4 Million Towards Scientific and Academic Research into Evolution and Intelligent Design in the Past Decade
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 5, 2006

Broadband Brawl:
A Debate Over Net Neutrality
By: Technology & Democracy Project
Telecosm Conference - 2006
October 5, 2006

Political Science
A new political action committee enters the fray.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
October 5, 2006

Discovery Institute Honors Decade of Science with Anniversary Dinner Featuring Dr. Michael Behe
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
October 4, 2006

Review: The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief
By: Logan Paul Gage
American Spectator
October 1, 2006

147 Years Later, Evolution Debate Fills Forums
A panel of three scientists who doubt Darwin's theory are asked if they have proof of design's role in life.
By: Melanie Ave
St. Petersburg Times
October 1, 2006

Real Do-gooders
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
October 1, 2006

Theocracy on Main Street?
Religious conservatives want religion in the public square, but that doesnt mean theyre pushing theocracy.
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet
September 28, 2006

Former mayor of Colombian city talks traffic, and Bogotá's solution
By: Mike Lindblom
Seattle Times
September 28, 2006

Why Darwinism is Doomed
By: Jonathan Wells, Ph.D.
Worldnetdaily.com
September 27, 2006

Solzhenitsyn Foresaw Tests of Western Courage
By: Charles Ganske
World Politics Watch
September 22, 2006

Call Them Ishmael
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
September 22, 2006

European Job-Killing Machine
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
September 21, 2006

Special Report: 10 Western Media Stereotypes About Russia
How Truthful Are They?
By: Yuri Mamchur
The Real Russia Project of Discovery Institute
September 20, 2006

The Games Bureaucrats Play
By: Hance Haney
Brainwash
September 18, 2006

Whose "War" Is It, Anyway?:
Exposing Chris Mooney's Attack on Intelligent Design
By: Casey Luskin
Discovery Institute
September 15, 2006

Don't Let Congress Dodge the Immigration Issue
By: Lincoln A. Vander Veen
Puget Sound Business Journal
September 15, 2006

Who Is the Freest of All?
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
September 15, 2006

Darwin’s Black Box Celebrates New 10th Anniversary Edition
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 11, 2006

The Hard Cell
Reports of a major breakthrough in the science of stem cells were premature, and wrong.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
September 11, 2006

Al Qaeda's Path of Destruction
By: David Klinghoffer
The New York Post
September 10, 2006

Coalition Opposes "Network Neutrality"
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
September 6, 2006

Why it is Crucial to have Proper Ethical Parameters Regarding Stem Cell Research
By: Wesley J. Smith
Tothesource.com
September 6, 2006

Cities Encourage Commuters to Take to the Water
By: Jennifer Saranow
The Wall Street Journal
September 5, 2006

A Road Package Enviros Can Love
By: Jessyn Schor and Michael O'Brien, Guest Columnists
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 5, 2006

Science by Press Release
More hype from stem cell entrepreneurs.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
September 4, 2006

How Would You Spend $3 Trillion?
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
September 1, 2006

'Politically Incorrect' Series Takes on Darwinism and Intelligent Design
By: Tom Bethell
Human Events
September 1, 2006

Bioethicist Wesley Smith Discusses Embryonic Stem Cell Research Scam
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 31, 2006

Vatican Scholars to Include Intelligent-Design Theory in Meeting
By: Wendy Cloyd
Citizen-Link
August 30, 2006

Bioethicist Blasts Media for Overhyping Embryonic Stem Cell
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 25, 2006

Laffer Lays A Rotten Egg In His Duffle Bag
By: Donald L. Luskin
The Conspiracy to Keep You Poor and Stupid
August 24, 2006

Commerce Secretary Stresses Need to Address Immigration
By: Brad Wong
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 23, 2006

'Darwin Would Put God Out of Business'
If You Have Faith in God As the Creator, You Cant Embrace Darwinism Too, Despite What Some Scientists Claim.
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet.com
August 23, 2006

Use Language to Change the World
By: Eugene Yi
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 23, 2006

Tax Cut Revenue Rewards
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
August 23, 2006

A Textbook Case of Judicial Activism
How a Pro-ID Publisher Was Denied its Day in Court
By: Seth L. Cooper & Leonard G. Brown III
Discovery Website
August 22, 2006

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design
By: Wells, Jonathan
Regnery (2006)
August 21, 2006

The Peacock Principle: Beauty, God, and Darwinism
By: Benjamin Wiker
National Catholic Register
August 20, 2006

A Judgment Observed Does Not a Theocracy Make
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
August 18, 2006

Tunnel is well worth extra money, study says
By: Aubrey Cohen
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
August 17, 2006

Wanted: A Kingston Foot Ferry For The Long Run
Public Opinion Will Play A Key Role In Deciding Whether A Kitsap Transit Sales-Tax-Hike Plan Will Move Forward
By: Derek Sheppard
The Kitsap Sun
August 17, 2006

Questioning Darwin
Ten UW-affiliated scientists express skepticism of evolution
By: Zach Barnett-Howell
The Daily of the University of Washington
August 16, 2006

Water Traffic Gets Year Reprieve From Canada Passport Requirement
By: Carol Pucci
The Seattle Times
August 14, 2006

The Human Factor
A man of science faces Darwin and the Deity.
By: David Klinghoffer
The Weekly Standard
August 14, 2006

A Response to John Derbyshire's Attacks Upon George Gilder
By: Joe Manzari and Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
August 14, 2006

State Weighs Future Needs
Gov. Gregoire To Visit Everett Monday To Get Citizens' Ideas
By: Jerry Cornfield
The Herald
August 13, 2006

The Elephant in the Barrel
By: Bret Swanson
Wall Street Journal
August 12, 2006

Organs for Sale
A new report suggests that members of the Falun Gong are being harvested for their parts.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
August 9, 2006

The Great Stem Cell Coverup
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
August 7, 2006

Why Maimonides Would Not Have Sided With Darwin
By: David Klinghoffer
Moment Magazine
August 6, 2006

What’s the Matter with Kansas?
Dishonest Darwinists -- coming to a state near you.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
August 3, 2006

Telco Innovation
Nothing For Net Neutrality Regulation To Chill?
By: Hance Haney
disco-tech.com
August 3, 2006

Jews' Pain and the World's Gain
Tradition marks this time of year as the occasion for Jewish calamity, and a biblical perspective helps us understand why.
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet.com
August 2, 2006

Fed Follies Fallout
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
August 2, 2006

Scientist Exposes Evolution’s Weaknesses in Politically Incorrect Book About Darwinism and Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 2, 2006

Discovery Institute Statement on the Kansas Science Standards Situation
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
August 1, 2006

Life Unworthy of Life
A Concise History of Euthanasia by Ian Dowbiggin
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
August 1, 2006

A Meaningful World
How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature
By: Wiker, Benjamin and Witt, Jonathan
InterVarsity Press
August 1, 2006

Secularism's Patron Saint
By: David Klinghoffer
New York Post
July 30, 2006

Deliver Us From Chaos
By: Marvin Olasky
World Magazine
July 29, 2006

Radio Commercials Air in Kansas Supporting Standupforscience.com's Approach to Teaching Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 28, 2006

What Are Darwinists So Afraid Of?
By: Jonathan Witt
World Net Daily
July 27, 2006

In Case of Bankruptcy...
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
July 27, 2006

New Book Explores the Case for Purpose and Meaning in Our World
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 25, 2006

Russia's Clout in World Energy Market
By: Charles Ganske
Real Clear Politics
July 24, 2006

Group Plans Road Trip to Promote Science Standards
Tour will focus on controversial issue before school board elections
By: Sarah Kessinger
Harris News Service
July 23, 2006

Kansas State Science Standards and the Discovery Institute Position on the Standards
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 23, 2006

Public School Science Standards a Key Issue
By: Tim Vandenack
The Hutchinson News
July 23, 2006

Of Al Gore, Global Warming and God
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
July 21, 2006

Anti-Evolution Standards a Key Issue in Kansas School Board Races
By: John Hanna
Associated Press
July 21, 2006

Why Hasn't Car Fuel Economy Improved Over Past 25 Years?
Simple. Consumers Didn't Demand It And Automakers Saw No Need To Take Action (And Cut Profits). That Appears To Be Changing.
By: Editorial Board
The Union-Bulletin
July 20, 2006

Citizens Committee Takes Its First Look At Bridge-Toll Equity
By: Jay Patrick
The Kitsap Sun
July 20, 2006

Discovery Fellow at White House Non-signing
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 20, 2006

Ordering One Thing But Getting Another
Letter to the Editor
By: David Paeth
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 19, 2006

Big Dig? Here?
By: Editorial Board
The Columbian
July 19, 2006

New Travel Documents Won't Impede Border Traffic
Canadian Public Safety Minister Discusses Issue With U.S. Security Chief
By: Mike Sadava
The Vancouver Sun
July 19, 2006

Defending Intelligent Design After Dover
By: Patrick W. Gavin
The Washington, DC Examiner
July 19, 2006

Halting Global Tax Tyranny
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
July 19, 2006

Evolution and Me
The Darwinian theory has become an all-purpose obstacle to thought rather than an enabler of scientific advance
By: George Gilder
National Review
July 17, 2006

Power Plant Could Harness Tidal Energy Of Narrows
By: Les Blumenthal
The Tacoma News Tribune
July 16, 2006

[Sexism Deleted] in Turkey
By: Mustafa Akyol
Washington Post
July 16, 2006

Light Rail Chosen To Link Seattle, Eastside
By: Larry Lange
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 14, 2006

In St. petersburg, G-8 Summit Will Forecast Our Energy Future
By: Richard Steiner
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
July 14, 2006

Tunney Act Review
New weapon in disgruntled competitors' arsenal
By: Hance Haney
disco-tech.org
July 13, 2006

European Death Wish
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
July 13, 2006

Statewide Symposiums Will Deliver the Truth About Kansas Science Standards And Teaching of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 13, 2006

Vashon Ferry's Future In A Fog
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
July 13, 2006

Smells Like A Fry Kitchen, But Goes Miles On A Tank
Grease Helps Couple Beat Pump Prices
By: Ingrid Stegemoeller
The Olympian
July 11, 2006

Group Launches Campaign for Kan. School Science Standards
By: John Hanna
Associated Press
July 8, 2006

Group Weighs in for Kansas
Seattle-based group supports the new guidelines
By: Melodee Hall Blobaum
The Kansas City Star
July 8, 2006

Group Promotes Science Standards
By: Scott Rothschild
Lawrence Journal World
July 8, 2006

A Mathematician's View of Evolution
By: Granville Sewell
The Mathematical Intelligencer 22, no. 4 (2000), pp5-7
July 7, 2006

Language and Wealth
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
July 7, 2006

Stand Up For Science
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
July 7, 2006

N. Korea: A Dangerous, But Incompetent Villain
By: James J. Na
RealClearPolitics
July 5, 2006

Explain Evolution's Weakness
By: Pete Chadwell
Bend Bulletin
July 3, 2006

Life vs. Death
The religion of the 'Right to Choose.'
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
July 3, 2006

In Search of European Democracy
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
July 2, 2006

Three Wise Men's Unholy Influence
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
June 30, 2006

Dover Downed
By: Julia A. Seymour
Accuracy In Academia
June 30, 2006

Putin's License To Kill
By: Yuri Mamchur
RealClearPolitics
June 30, 2006

U.S. Push For Travel ID Lands In Lap Of Surrey's New Mayor
Working With Ottawa To Sway Counterparts South Of The Border
By: Brian Lewis
The Vancouver Province
June 29, 2006

What's Up with Ronald Numbers? An Analysis of the Darwinist Metanarrative in the Journal of Clinical Investigation
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
June 29, 2006

Hands Off the Net
Congress wisely resists the urge to regulate cyberspace
By: Brian C. Anderson
City Journal
June 28, 2006

Provocative Missile Launch Could Backfire On North Korea
By: James J. Na
Seattle Times
June 28, 2006

Are We Conservatives a Bunch of Tax-Cut Nuts?
Just because Jonathan Chait says so, doesnt mean its true.
By: Nick Schulz
National Review Online
June 28, 2006

The Catman Cometh
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
June 26, 2006

Gregoire, BC Premier Urge Passport Rule Hold
Leaders Fear Drop In Border Crossings
By: David Ammons
The Spokesman-Review
June 21, 2006

Klinghoffer Wins Prestigious Award
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 21, 2006

California Lawmakers Debate Doctor-Assisted Suicide
By: Jim Sanders
Sacramento Bee
June 20, 2006

Teaching About Evolution in the Public Schools: A Short Summary of the Law
By: Prof. David K. DeWolf, J.D. and Seth L. Cooper, J.D.
Discovery Institute
June 20, 2006

Whose property is it?
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
June 20, 2006

Testimony of Wesley J. Smith, JD, Before the California Senate Judiciary Committee
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
June 20, 2006

Better Bridge Traffic? Sure, At A Price: State Report Says Making I-90 And SR 520 Toll Roads Again Could Ease Congestion
By: Jamie Swift
The King County Journal
June 19, 2006

To Really Save On Gas, Hybrid Car Grows Tail
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
June 19, 2006

Congo: Fact and Fiction
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
June 18, 2006

Let Great Apes be Apes
Advocating simian rights an attack on human principles
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
June 18, 2006

I-5 Project Months Ahead Of Schedule
By: Christopher Schwarzen
The Seattle Times
June 16, 2006

All Aboard: Amtrak Adds Train To Portland
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
June 16, 2006

Biofuels No Sure Bet for Farmers
By: Bill Virgin
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
June 15, 2006

Eco-Misanthropes Want Better Living Through Mass Death
By: Deroy Murdock
Scripps Howard News Service
June 15, 2006

Locke Recruiting Big Guns To Push For Roads, Transit
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
June 15, 2006

Discovery Institute Increasing Fastest Among Think Tanks in News Coverage, According to FAIR Media Report
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 15, 2006

Jarring Sects:
Book Review: A Jealous God: Sciences Crusade Against Religion by Pamela R. Winnick.
By: Wesley J. Smith
First Things
June 15, 2006

New England Journal of Medicine Traipses Into the Kitzmiller Decision
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
June 14, 2006

Oil News Roundup
By: The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal
June 14, 2006

AP Corrects Story on South Carolina's Adoption of Science Standards Requirng Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Associated Press
Associated Press
June 13, 2006

Coulterian Contempt
A Magnificently Unapologetic Lady.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
June 13, 2006

Two for the Money
By: The Seattle Times Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
June 13, 2006

Port Talk Is Cheap
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
June 12, 2006

South Carolina Praised for Requiring Students to Critically Analyze Evolutionary Theory
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 12, 2006

Get Fill-Up Of The Future Now At A Fuel Oasis In San Diego
By: Tim Molloy
The Seattle Times
June 12, 2006

Q&A About South Carolina Science Standards and Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 10, 2006

Authors Will Discuss New Book Critiquing Controversial Dover Intelligent Design Court Decision
Author Panel and Book Reception, June 22 at Discovery Institute in Washington DC
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 8, 2006

South Carolina Set to Join Four Other States Calling for Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
June 8, 2006

Testimony of Ralph W. Seelke, Ph.D., before the Education Committee of the Michigan House of Representatives
By: Ralph B. Seelke, Ph.D.
Michigan House of Representatives
June 7, 2006

Where Religious Left Meets Right
Biblical Common Ground
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
June 2, 2006

Energy, Transportation Talk Of Tech Conference
By: Kristi Heim
The Seattle Times
June 2, 2006

Darwin’s Divisions
The Pope, the Cardinal, the Jesuit & the Evolving Debate About Origins
By: Martin Hilbert
Touchstone Magazine
June 1, 2006

Model Hypocrites
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
June 1, 2006

Does Assisted Suicide Cause Abuses?
By: Lisa Chun and Meghan A. O'Connell
MonstersandCritics.com
May 27, 2006

Tax Cuts as Government Curb
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
May 27, 2006

Letter: A Tree of Life Does Not Exist
By: Royal Truman
Mannheimer Morgen
May 27, 2006

Securing Our Ports Remains a Work in Progress
By: Bruce Agnew and Charles Ganske
Puget Sound Business Journal
May 26, 2006

Of Moabites and Mexicans
By: David Klinghoffer
The Forward
May 26, 2006

Animal Planet
Animal-rights Terrorism is on the Increase and Animal-rights Activists Aren't Doing Enough to Stop It.
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Daily Standard
May 26, 2006

Background Information on Cobb County School District v. Selman
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 25, 2006

Federal U.S. Appeals Court Decision To Throw Out Judge's Ruling Against Evolution Disclaimers on Textbooks Applauded by Discovery Institute
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 25, 2006

Cobb County Trial Ruling Thrown Out
Federal U.S. Appeals Court Decision To Throw Out Judge's Ruling Against Evolution Disclaimers on Textbooks Applauded by Discovery Institute
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 25, 2006

Testimony of Wesley J. Smith, JD, Before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, & Property Rights,
By: Wesley J. Smith
Discovery Institute
May 25, 2006

An Amnesty by Any Other Name...
By: Edwin Meese III
The New York Times
May 24, 2006

U.S. Senators and Congressmen to Address Homeland Security, Alternative Energy at Cascadia Conference
By: Staff
PR News Wire
May 24, 2006

Wesley J. Smith Testifies to US Congress in Support of Strengthening the Law Against “Animal Rights” Terrorism
By: Wesley J Smith
Discovery Institute
May 24, 2006

Wesley J Smith will Testify to Congress that “there is a proper public policy role for the federal government against assisted suicide”
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 23, 2006

Plug-In Energy Independence
By: Steve Marshall and Bruce Agnew
The Seattle Times
May 23, 2006

Intelligent Design Debate: New Life in the Cosmos
By: Anthony Zimmerman
National Catholic Register
May 21, 2006

Why We Overregulate
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
May 21, 2006

Planned Obsolescence's Unplanned Risks Computers, Cell Phones and TVs Putting Throwaway Culture Into Overdrive
By: William Kowinski
San Francisco Chronicle
May 21, 2006

Close Look: Biofuels - Port Of Vancouver Turns To Alternative Energy
By: Kathie Durbin
The Columbian
May 19, 2006

Homeschooled Children - Social Butterflies or Social Misfits?
By: Matt Weight
PR Web
May 19, 2006

Orthodox Activists Burn “Da Vinci Code” Poster in Central Moscow
By: MosNews
MosNews
May 19, 2006

"Traipsing Into Evolution": Legal Experts Analyze the Impact of the Dover Intelligent Design Trial in New Book
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 19, 2006

Adviser Soapbox: Michael Milkenomics
By: George Gilder
Forbes
May 18, 2006

Hines Ward's Tale of American Transcendence
By: James J. Na
Seattle Times
May 17, 2006

Borders & the Bible
Its not the gospel according to Hillary.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
May 16, 2006

What the Scriptures Say About Immigration
The Hebrew Bible and the New Testament Have Plenty To Teach Us About How To Think About the Immigration Debate.
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet.com
May 16, 2006

I'm Not Illegal
Another Perspective on the Immigration Debate
By: Yuri Mamchur
The American Spectator
May 16, 2006

Taxing Questions
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
May 14, 2006

Economists to Lawmakers: Don't Regulate the Internet
By: Staff
CCNews
May 12, 2006

Republicans On Immigration: The War Within
By: James J. Na
RealClearPolitics
May 11, 2006

We Can Handle the Truth About Higher Gas Prices
By: K.C. Golden
The Seattle Times
May 11, 2006

We Can Handle the Truth About Higher Gas Prices
By: K.C. Golden
The Seattle Times
May 11, 2006

Father of Intelligent Design
By: Kim Minugh
Sacramento Bee
May 11, 2006

New Podcast on Intelligent Design Launched by Center for Science & Culture
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 11, 2006

The Evolution of the Long-Neck Giraffe:
(Giraffa camelopardalis L.) (Part 1)
By: Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig
Wolf-Ekkehard Lönnig: Internet Library
May 11, 2006

Did Humans Descend from Monkeys?
By: Markus Günther
Mannheimer Morgen
May 10, 2006

Biggest Foreign Aid Recepient
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
May 10, 2006

Judges, Let's Show Some Restraint
By: Chris Bayley
Seattle Times
May 9, 2006

Bush Takes On the Brothels
By: Nicholas D. Kristof
The New York Times
May 9, 2006

Experts Oppose Net Neutrality
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 9, 2006

Biofuel Project Taking Root
Farmers And The County Are Hoping To Reap Profits Along With Greater Energy Independence.
By: Yoshiaki Nohara
The Herald
May 9, 2006

Ethanol Policy: For People Or For Agribusiness?
By: Editorial Board
The News Tribune
May 8, 2006

Chamber Asks Council To Limit Viaduct Options
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
May 8, 2006

Coalition Opposes Net Neutrality
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 6, 2006

The Da Vinci Protocols
Jews Should Worry About Dan Browns Success.
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review
May 5, 2006

Intelligent Design Supporters Tout Merits of Concept
By: Ed Oser
The Daily Emerald (University of Oregon)
May 4, 2006

US Tech Economy Continues Unheralded Boom
By: Gene J. Koprowski
E-Commerce Times
May 4, 2006

JavaOne: A Look Back, and Predictions For This Year
Back in the day, the real decision on what to announce during JavaOne didn't really happen until the week before the show
By: Bill Roth
Linux.SYS-CON.com
May 1, 2006

Europe's Two Culture Wars
By: George Weigel
Commentary
May 1, 2006

Barton-Rush Bill Not ‘An Elegant Solution’
By: Kelly M. Teal
xchange magazine
May 1, 2006

Hear the Great Debate on Intelligent Design!
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
May 1, 2006

Right to Die Movement is Really About Euthanasia, Not Compassion
By: Wesley J. Smith
Lifenews.com
May 1, 2006

Port Security: Not A Stepchild
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 30, 2006

At The Pump, The Movie Never Ends
By: James Vesely
The Seattle Times
April 30, 2006

George Weigel Receives Poland's Highest Honor
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 28, 2006

Death by Ethics Committee
Refusing To Treat Lives Deemed Unworthy of Living.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
April 27, 2006

"We Never Say No."
The Right-to-Die Movement Abandons Pretense.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
April 27, 2006

Talk of the Times: Intelligent Design vs. Evolution
By: Stephen Meyer
Seattle Times & Townhall
April 26, 2006

Going My Way
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
April 24, 2006

Houston Hospital Votes To End Woman's Life With Bush Law
By: June Maxam
North Country Gazette
April 24, 2006

No More Excuses for Mexico
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
April 24, 2006

Making the Case for Future Road Tolls
By: Seattle Times Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
April 23, 2006

State: Viaduct Must Be Replaced
City Won't Get Funding In 'No Build' Alternative
By: Chris McGann
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 20, 2006

What About 'Carrot and Stick' for Immigration?
By: James J. Na
RealClearPolitics
April 20, 2006

Beacon Hill Tunneling A Breeze
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
April 20, 2006

Logistics And International Trade: The Global Race To The Top
By: Paige Miller, Bill Stafford, Bob Drewel and Mic Dinsmore
The Seattle Times
April 20, 2006

Do Car Engines Run on Lugnuts? A Response to Ken Miller & Judge Jones's Straw Tests of Irreducible Complexity for the Bacterial Flagellum
By: Casey Luskin
Evolution News & Views
April 19, 2006

Transportation: Bus Boost
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 19, 2006

Seattle's Little Dig
Replacing The Alaskan Way Viaduct With A Tunnel Is Expensive, Time- Consuming, And Complicated, But Let's Be Clear: It's Nothing Compared To Boston's 'Big Dig'
By: George Howland Jr.
The Seattle Weekly
April 19, 2006

A Viaduct Option Is Buried
The State Says There's No Money For Less Capacity On A Surface Roadway
By: Mike Seely
The Seattle Weekly
April 19, 2006

Sticker Shock: Yes, Forget The Tollbooths
By: Rob Carson
The News Tribune
April 19, 2006

Crowd Of 200 Calls For A Safer U.S. 2
By: Yoshiaki Nohara
Everett Herald
April 19, 2006

Darwin is a Problem for Jews
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jerusalem Post
April 18, 2006

Sims Wants To Boost Sales Tax To Add Buses
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
April 18, 2006

Sound Transit: To The Airport
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 17, 2006

Day Pass For Border Only Partial Solution
By: Editorial Board
The Bellingham Herald
April 16, 2006

Cost-Effective Warfare?
By: Richard W. Rahn
Washington Times
April 14, 2006

Light Rail 'Line To Nowhere' Is No More
1.4-Mile Extension Of Sound Transit To Airport Is Approved
By: Staff
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 14, 2006

Who Will Take Helm Of Foot Ferries?
By: Joseph Turner
The News Tribune
April 12, 2006

Passports, Please: The Wrong Fix
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 11, 2006

How to Explain Irreducible Complexity -- A Lab Manual
By: CSC Fellows
Discovery Institute
April 7, 2006

Dumb and Dangerous
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
April 7, 2006

Tunnel Won't Be 'Big Dig West'
By: Brian Steinburg
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 6, 2006

Free Enterprise and Choice: The Making of a Conservative
By: James J. Na
Seattle Times
April 6, 2006

25-Year Ferry Plan Calls For $400 Million
State Must Decide How To Meet 70% Ridership Growth
By: Larry Lange
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
April 6, 2006

Debating The Controversy That Doesn’t Exist
By: Paul Nelson
Discovery Institute
April 6, 2006

Debating the Controversy That Doesn't Exist
By: Paul Nelson
Discovery Institute
April 6, 2006

Irreducible Complexity Stands Up To Biologist’s Research Efforts
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 6, 2006

Stephen Meyer Responds to Research on Irreducible Complexity
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Discovery Institute
April 6, 2006

A 'Ten Commandments' For Every Generation
Both ABC's New Miniseries and the Cecil B. DeMille Classic Betray a Failure To Understand Their Biblical Subject Matter.
By: David Klinghoffer
Beliefnet.com
April 5, 2006

Blog Notification Subscription
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
April 5, 2006

A Record Roadwork Season
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
April 5, 2006

ACLU Demands and Dover Designs
By: Joe Manzari and Seth Cooper
The American Enterprise Online
April 4, 2006

Thanks, Legislature, for Spurring Action on Regional Transportation
By: Slade Gorton, Dave Earling and Mike Vaska
The Seattle Times
April 4, 2006

Can You Dig It?
By: Thomas Ryll
The Columbian
April 2, 2006

Traipsing Into Evolution
Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller v. Dover Decision
By: DeWolf, David K., West, John G., Luskin, Casey and Witt, Jonathan
Discovery Institute Press
April 1, 2006

The Heart of Chabad
By: David Klinghoffer
Jewish Forward
March 31, 2006

Transportation Washington March 2006 Newsletter
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
March 31, 2006

Conservative Coalition Sends Letter on Telecom
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 31, 2006

Transportation: Viaduct Vagaries
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 30, 2006

Assisted Suicide is Bad Medicine
By: Wesley J. Smith
Seattle Times
March 29, 2006

Indiana Is Open for Business
Mitch the Blade Daniels is putting the state on the free-market cutting edge.
By: Bret Swanson
National Review Online
March 28, 2006

Testing Oscar Arias
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
March 28, 2006

TransCore To Handle Tacoma Narrows Bridge Tolling
By: Staff
Puget Sound Business Journal
March 27, 2006

The Eugenicist Temptation
Book Review - Better For All The World: The Secret History of Forced Sterilization and America's Quest For Racial Purity, by Harry Bruinius
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
March 27, 2006

Killing Babies, Compassionately:
The Netherlands follows in Germany's footsteps.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
March 27, 2006

Statewide Franchise Law Can Bring Benefits
Along With GO Zone, It Could Spur Bandwidth Investment in Mississippi
By: Ashby M. Foote III
Clarion-Ledger
March 25, 2006

Border Communities Anxious About Changing Regulations
Group Worries About Economic Effect On Countries
By: John Stark
The Bellingham Herald
March 25, 2006

The Wide Risk Of the Culture Of Death
By: Alicia Colon
New York Sun
March 24, 2006

Putin to Step Down, No Third Term
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 24, 2006

Mass-Transit Investments Vital To Region's Growth
By: Ron Sher
The Seattle Times
March 23, 2006

520 "Vortex" Swallows Time
By: Karen Gaudette
The Seattle Times
March 21, 2006

Making a Real Difference
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
March 20, 2006

Business As Usual Won't Cut It On Transportation
By: Editorial Board
Everett Herald
March 19, 2006

The Stem Cell Controversy - Connecting the Dots
Reflections on Wesley J. Smiths Consumers Guide to a Brave New World
By: Theodore Dana Hall, Ph.D.
The Bleeping Herald
March 16, 2006

By Land Or Sea, Another Ferry Delay
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
March 14, 2006

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels Signs Telecom Reform Bill
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 14, 2006

View From Rebuilt Viaduct Would Be A Blank Wall
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
March 14, 2006

Scientific Dissent from Darwinism
By: Pete Chadwell
Bend Bulletin
March 13, 2006

Capitol Watch: Roads And Transit
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 12, 2006

Counties To Take Control Of Vashon Ferries
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
March 10, 2006

Legislature OKs Transit, Viaduct Plan, Adjourns
By: Chris McGann and Jason McBride
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 9, 2006

Ferry Service Bill Passed
By: Kathy Mahdoubl
The Kitsap Sun
March 9, 2006

Sound Transit Hits Roadblock
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
March 9, 2006

A Tale of Two Cities
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
March 9, 2006

Bill Would Let Counties Run Foot-Ferry Service
By: Staff
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 9, 2006

Harm Done:
Codifying the decline of the medical profession.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
March 9, 2006

Whether ID is Science isn't Semantics:
Judge John Jones gave two arguments for his conclusion that ID is not science. Both are unsound, says Alvin Plantinga
By: Alvin Plantinga
Science & Theology News
March 7, 2006

Let There Be Bandwidth
By: Bret Swanson
Wall Street Journal
March 7, 2006

Pondering the complexity of life's beginnings
Trio of U-M professors joins Darwinism dissenters
By: Geoff Larcom
Ann Arbor News
March 7, 2006

Americans Overwhelmingly Support Teaching Scientific Challenges to Darwinian Evolution, Zogby Poll Shows
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2006

The Privileged Planet Marks Second Anniversary with Release of Teacher’s Guide
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2006

Royal Society Selects Silicon Eye as Candidate for Aventis Prizes
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 7, 2006

Ma Bell's Lost Sons
By: John C. Wohlstetter
The American Spectator
March 6, 2006

Lethal Ignorance
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
March 6, 2006

Seattle and Whistler commuter links are on the wrong transportation track
By: Timothy Renshaw
Business in Vancouver
March 6, 2006

Think Tank Fuels Debate on Evolution
By: Chris Dixon
The Post and Courier
March 5, 2006

Bridge Plan Rattles Seattle Enclave
By: Linda Baker
The New York Times
March 5, 2006

Indiana Adopts Nation's Best Broadband Policy
Telecom deregulation and statewide video franchise to spur massive fiber optic investments, new broadband services
By: Bret Swanson
Discovery Institute
March 3, 2006

Transportation Reform -- It Matters
By: Rita Brogan and Bob Klein
The Seattle Times
March 3, 2006

Interview with George Gilder Transcript
By: staff
Discovery
March 2, 2006

Shifting Definition of Cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
Kansas City Star
March 2, 2006

Transport Czar or Things as They Are?
By: Brad Warren
Seattle Metropolitan Magazine
March 1, 2006

The Roadblock To Beijing Runs Through New Delhi
By: James J. Na
Seattle Times
March 1, 2006

Holes In Port Security Can Cost Us Dearly
By: Joel Connelly
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
March 1, 2006

Nature's Book Shelved
Seeing Is Not Always Believing, But There Are Things the Unbeliever Should See
By: Jonathan Witt
Touchstone Magazine
March 1, 2006

VIEWS Winter 2006
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
March 1, 2006

Biofuels' Future May Hinge On Funding
By: Jeff St. John and Mary Hopkin
The Tri-City Herald
February 28, 2006

Transportation Washington February 2006 Newsletter
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
February 28, 2006

Washington Needs A LIFT
By: Editorial Board
The Olympian
February 27, 2006

My View: Our Biggest Obstacle To Real Broadband
By: Bret Swanson
Indianapolis Star
February 26, 2006

Vancouver 2010: Opportunity Awaits
By: David Bowermaster
The Seattle Times
February 26, 2006

Capitol Watch: Regional Ruckus
By: Staff
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 26, 2006

Ecology Sees Potent Future In State For Alternative Fuels
Biomass Could Satisfy Half Of Energy Needs
By: John Dodge
The Olympian
February 25, 2006

Keep Philosophies Out of the Classroom — Or Let Both In
By: Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann
The Leaven
February 24, 2006

Darwin’s Jews
By: David Klinghoffer
The Jewish Week
February 24, 2006

Spirit Of Washington Owners Fight To Save The Rails
By: Deborah Bach
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 24, 2006

A Roads-and-Rail Bill That Defeats Itself
By: Opinion
The Tacoma News Tribune
February 24, 2006

2010 Host City Faces Array Of Challenges, But Offers Prospect Of Spectacular Games
By: David Crary
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 23, 2006

Legislature Gets Rolling On Energy Alternatives
By: Editorial Board
The Yakima Herald-Republic
February 23, 2006

Venture Capitalists Offer 'Sliver' of Opportunities
Colorado Companies at Conference Will Seek More Than Find
By: James Paton
Rocky Mountain News
February 23, 2006

Car, Bus Or Rail? Planning Reform Combines Modes
By: Rep. Fred Jarrett
Mercer Island Reporter
February 23, 2006

Creating a Disposable Caste?
By: Wesley Smith
Discovery Institute
February 22, 2006

The Myths Surrounding Intelligent Design
By: Tristan Abbey
The Stanford Daily
February 21, 2006

Planting Seeds For Biofuel
By: Chris McGann
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 20, 2006

Growth Crowding Bridge Capacity
Eastside Booms Will Make SR 520 Traffic Jams Worse Before They Get Better
By: David Grant
King County Journal
February 20, 2006

In Search of a Liberating 'Jewish Mystique'
By: David Klinghoffer
Forward
February 17, 2006

Pay As You Go: SR 167 Picked For Toll Project
By: Jamie Swift
King County Journal
February 17, 2006

Pass Card Concerns Aired In Olympia
By: Mike Baker
The Bellingham Herald
February 17, 2006

The Next Big Scandal
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
February 16, 2006

Phone Legislation Passes Committee
Higher Rates May Be Coming, But Consumer Costs Will Eventually Go Down.
By: Martin DeAgostino
South Bend Tribune
February 15, 2006

High-Tech Toll Lanes Coming To Highway 167 In 2 Years
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
February 15, 2006

A Regional Approach To Keep Traffic Moving
By: Shawn Bunney and Julia Patterson
The Seattle Times
February 15, 2006

Who's In Charge? Coordinating Puget Sound Transportation
By: Slade Gorton
The Seattle Times
February 15, 2006

Statewide Franchising Questions & Answers
By: Bret Swanson
Discovery Institute
February 14, 2006

Ohio Science Standards Resource Page
Information on the Critical Analysis of Evolution Science Curriculum
By: Center for Science & Culture
Discovery Institute
February 14, 2006

Eliminate Video Franchising
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
February 14, 2006

Darwinists Bully Ohio School Board into Censoring Teaching of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 14, 2006

Darwinism is Beside the Point
By: Dr. Philip S. Skell
Philadelphia Daily News
February 13, 2006

Comments on the FCC's Proposal to Reform Cable Franchising
By: Hance Haney
Discovery Institute
February 13, 2006

Recent Changes May Render Hippocratic Oath Harmful to Patients, Critic Warns
By: Mary Rettig
Agape Press
February 13, 2006

Overwhelming Support in Ohio For Teaching Both Sides of Evolution, Zogby Poll Shows
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 13, 2006

Ohio 2006 Poll Results Executive Summary
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 13, 2006

Region Must Take Next Step To Improve Transportation
By: Bruce Agnew and Dave Earling
The Herald
February 12, 2006

Lawmakers Try To Pump Up Demand For Biodiesel
By: Jerry Cornfield
The Herald
February 12, 2006

Rails Could Include Overpass
Depending On Route, Lakewood's Link To Tacoma Will Open In '08 or '11
By: Aaron Corvin
The News Tribune
February 10, 2006

Just One Bill Away From A Road-Rail Solution
By: Editorial Board
The News Tribune
February 10, 2006

In Our View: Business Steps Up
By: Editorial Board
The Columbian
February 10, 2006

Only A Few Seek 2010 Deals
By: Heidi Dietrich
Puget Sound Business Journal
February 10, 2006

Global good news
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
February 10, 2006

Finally Out Of The Woods, C-Tran To Focus On Long View
By: Thomas Ryll
The Columbian
February 10, 2006

Setting the Record Straight on Statewide Video Franchising
By: Bret Swanson
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2006

Seattle Bus Service: Status Quo Special
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 9, 2006

More Propaganda About Intelligent Design
By: Guillermo Gonzalez
The Ames Tribune
February 9, 2006

On Evolution Sunday, It’s Give Me That Old Time Darwinist Religion
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2006

National Academy of Sciences Member Tells Ohio To Continue Teaching Strengths and Weaknesses of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2006

Letters to Ohio State Board of Education
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 9, 2006

Intelligent Design is not Creationism
By: Stephen C Meyer
The Daily Telegraph (London)
February 9, 2006

A Drive Toward Fewer Cars
There Are Other Ways To Get From A To B
By: Jane Hadley
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 8, 2006

Bills Aim To Combine Area Transportation Agencies
By: Larry Lange
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 8, 2006

Private-Public Operation Best For Foot Ferries
By: Pam Dzama
The Kitsap Sun
February 8, 2006

Eminent Scientist Urges Ohio to Keep Critical Analysis of Evolution Lesson Plan
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 8, 2006

Panel OKs $1.9 Million Mass Transit Study
By: Thomas Ryll
The Columbian
February 8, 2006

Feast of Darwin ad nauseum
By: Tristan Abbey
Stanford Daily
February 8, 2006

Liberty vs. Democracy
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
February 5, 2006

Telecom Reform in Indiana
By: Indiana Lawmakers
WFYI Public Television
February 3, 2006

Whether Intelligent Design is Science
A Response to the Opinion of the Court in Kitzmiller vs Dover Area School District
By: Michael Behe
Discovery Institute
February 3, 2006

The "Wedge Document": So What?
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 3, 2006

The Truth About Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
February 3, 2006

Adviser Q&A: No Love For Net Processors
By: George Gilder
Forbes
February 2, 2006

Another "Rising Star" Governor Takes On President Bush
By: James J. Na
RealClearPolitics
February 2, 2006

Washington State House and Senate Introduce Passenger Ferry Bills
By: Washington State Legislature
Cascadia Staff
February 2, 2006

Tolling Study Interim Working Report
By: Washington State Transportation Commission
Washington State Dept. of Transportation
February 2, 2006

Jews vs. Christians
By: David Klinghoffer
First Things
February 1, 2006

Capitol Watch: Take The Helm
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
February 1, 2006

Revamp May Close Viaduct
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
February 1, 2006

Danger Zone:
Even though Haleigh Poutre is conscious, shes not necessarily safe.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review Online
February 1, 2006

Darwinist Ideologues Are on the Run
By: Allan H. Ryskind
Human Events
January 31, 2006

Cascadia Completes Puget Sound Business Journal Op-Ed Series on Infrastructure Deficit
By: Staff
Cascadia Center
January 31, 2006

Letters: Intelligent Debate
Letters in Response to Meyers Telegraph Piece
By: Various
Daily Telegraph (London)
January 31, 2006

Steve Fuller: Designer Trouble
Darwinism has had it all its own way for too long, Warwick's controversial sociologist tells Zoë Corbyn
By: Zoë Corbyn
The Guardian
January 31, 2006

Value Of Tracking U.S. Visitors Not Yet Proved, Officials Say
Program speeds come crossings, director replies
By: Aubrey Cohen
The Bellingham Herald
January 30, 2006

B.C. Olympics Can Be a Transportation Catalyst
By: Bruce Agnew & Jessica Cantelon
Puget Sound Business Journal
January 30, 2006

Foot-Ferry Service Strives To Stay Afloat
By: Larry Lange
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 30, 2006

Lack Of Transportation Solutions A Threat To Region
By: Bob Wallace
The King County Journal
January 29, 2006

Transportation: Mega-Agency, Mega Dollars
By: James Vesely
The Seattle Times
January 29, 2006

Signs of Intelligence
An originator of ID makes a case for weighing the theory about how we got here on its scientific merits
By: Stephen C. Meyer
Dallas Morning News
January 29, 2006

Servatius Redux:
Gonzales and the Libertarian Mistake
By: Hadley Arkes
National Review Online
January 27, 2006

Condi Challenges "Old Diplomacy"
By: James J. Na
RealClearPolitics
January 27, 2006

Belief in Intelligent Design is Pure Logic
By: Dan Mattimore
The Buffalo News
January 26, 2006

How McCain Feingold Favors 'Earmarking'
Letter to the Editor
By: George Gilder
The Wall Street Journal
January 26, 2006

3 Counties' Road Projects Inch Closer To Joint Ballot
By: Mike Lindblom
The Seattle Times
January 26, 2006

Practical Tax Reform
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
January 26, 2006

Cascadia Center's Earling Testifies Before House and Senate Transportation Committees
By: Cascadia Center Staff
Cascadia Center
January 24, 2006

Dr. Philip Skell's Open Letter to the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
By: Philip Skell
Philip Skell
January 23, 2006

South Carolina Has Historic Opportunity to Adopt Science Standards Calling for Critical Analysis of Evolution
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 23, 2006

The Democrats' New Litmus Test:
Tom Vilsack is running for president--and toward human cloning
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
January 23, 2006

All in 1
Lines between phone and cable companies blur as they try to become all things to all people
By: Erika D. Smith
Indianapolis Star
January 22, 2006

The Dying Need TLC, Not Rulings
Legalizing assisted suicide would be very risky decision
By: Wesley J. Smith
San Francisco Chronicle
January 22, 2006

Consumer Advocates Fear Corporate 'Fiefdoms' and a Class-Based Internet
By: Niko Kyriakou
oneworld.net
January 20, 2006

Downgrading of Ohio Science Standards Just a Rumor, Optional Lesson Plan Critical of Evolution Not An Issue
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 20, 2006

Why Oregon's Right-to-Die Victory Doesn't End the Debate
The court decision boosts legislation in other states, but conservatives call for a national ban
By: MARGOT ROOSEVELT
Time
January 18, 2006

Not Rocket Science
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
January 18, 2006

A Totally Tubular Approach To The Highway 520 Mess
By: Theodore Lane and Bill Mundy
Seattle Times
January 18, 2006

Nothing to Die Over:
A narrow assisted-suicide ruling
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
January 18, 2006

Why Are Darwinists So Afraid of Intelligent Design?
By: Barney Brenner
Human Events
January 17, 2006

Typical Objections to Intelligent Design
By: Bob Murphy
Lewrockwell.com
January 17, 2006

Cascadia Center's Till Testifies Before State Transportation Commission
By: Cascadia Center Staff
Cascadia Center
January 17, 2006

Discovery Institute Praises School District for Withdrawing Class Misrepresenting Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 17, 2006

Wooed:
The media hypes a fraud.
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
January 17, 2006

Put A Single Entity In Charge Of Region's Transit, Road Planning
By: Editorial
The Everett Herald
January 15, 2006

Shut Up, Already-Time To Get Things Done
By: James Vesley
The Seattle Times
January 15, 2006

State Recommends Raising Ferry Fares
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
January 15, 2006

What's Good For Seattle?
By: Thomas Shapley
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
January 15, 2006

What are the Scientists Really Afraid of?
By: William Rusher
Decatur Daily Democrat
January 15, 2006

Government Rules Stymie Broadband Expansion
By: Charles Ganske
Puget Sound Business Journal
January 13, 2006

$2.2 Million Offered For Ferry Route
King County Executive sweetens the pot in favor of the passenger-only service to Seattle
By: Elaine Helm
The Kitsap Sun
January 13, 2006

Federal Judge Seeks to Define 'Creationism'
By: Richard Ostling
Associated Press
January 12, 2006

Don't Worry, Be Fortunate
By: James J. Na
Seattle Times
January 11, 2006

Ohio Activists Chided for Trying to Dumb Down Evolution Education and Censor Science
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 10, 2006

Intelligent Design Group Urges California High School to Change Course or Remove Intelligent Design
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
January 10, 2006

Explaining the Unexplainable
With intelligent design, scientists are challenging evolution and questioning the origins of humans.
By: Tony Chiorazzi
Daily Trojan
January 10, 2006

Roads, Ferries, Growth Most On Lawmakers' Minds
By: Derek Sheppard
The Kitsap Sun
January 8, 2006

Dover In Review
A review of Judge Jones' decision in the Dover intelligent design trial
By: John G. West
Discovery Institute
January 6, 2006

POF Task Force Report
By: Parametrix, Inc.
Joint Transportation Committee of the Washington State Legislature
January 6, 2006

POF Task Force Financial Report
By: Parametrix, Inc.
Joint Transportation Committee of the Washington State Legislature
January 6, 2006

Time Is Wasting On Viaduct Plan
By: Editorial Board
The Seattle Times
January 5, 2006

IMF: The Bad Cop
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
January 5, 2006

Origins by Court Order
Science, and not a Pennsylvania school board or a federal judge, should trace our beginnings
By: Robert Robb
Arizona Republic
January 4, 2006

Run Southworth Foot Ferry Privately, Adviser Suggest
By: Susan Gilmore
The Seattle Times
January 4, 2006

Human Guinea Pigs?
Ian Wilmut Wants to Experiment on the Dying with Embryonic Stem Cells
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
January 4, 2006

Eradicating European Flu
By: Richard Rahn
Washington Times
January 2, 2006

Why Darwinism Survives
By: Albert Mohler
Crosswalk.com
January 1, 2006

Typical Objections to Intelligent Design
By: Bob Murphy
Lewrockwell.com
January 1, 2006

Michael Behe On The Theory of Irreducible Complexity
By: Michael Behe
Discovery Institute
January 1, 2006

The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part III: Compatibility
By: Albert Alschuler
Albert Alschuler
December 31, 2005

The Idea of the (Feminized) University:
Coeds are one thing . . .
By: George Gilder
National Review
December 31, 2005

Another Cloning "Breakthrough"
The World's First Phony Stem Cells
By: Wesley J. Smith
The Weekly Standard
December 31, 2005

Paradigm Shift for the Nation on Transportation
By: Bruce Agnew and Jessica Cantelon
Puget Sound Business Journal
December 30, 2005

Darwin This
Jews clash over the intelligence of intelligent design
By: Mariah Blake
Miami New Times
December 29, 2005

Evolution's Thermodynamic Failure
By: Granville Sewell
The American Spectator
December 28, 2005

Do Cash Incentives Alter Driving Habits?
By: Eric Pryne
The Seattle Times
December 27, 2005

The High Cost Of Tolls
By: Travis Baker
The Kitsap Sun
December 27, 2005

The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part II: Of Science and Religion
By: Albert Alschuler
Albert Alschuler
December 23, 2005

Judging Darwin and God
By: David Klinghoffer
The Seattle Times
December 23, 2005

In Defense of Business
By: Richard Rahn
The Washington Times
December 23, 2005

Intelligent Design Letter to New York Times
By: Robert Crowther
The New York Times
December 23, 2005

It's Over in Dover, But Not For Intelligent Design
By: John. G. West
USA Today
December 22, 2005

Dover Decision on Intelligent Design “Legally Irrelevant for Ohio’s Critical Analysis of Evolution Model Science Curriculum,” Says Legal Scholar
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 22, 2005

The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part I: Of Motive, Effect, and History
By: Albert Alschuler
Albert Alschuler
December 21, 2005

Judge Jones Follows ACLU, Ignores Contrary Facts
By: David DeWolf
Discovery Institute
December 21, 2005

It’s God or Darwin:
Competing designs
By: David Klinghoffer
National Review Online
December 21, 2005

Stephen Meyer on Michael Medved
By: Staff
Michael Medved
December 21, 2005

Dover Intelligent Design Decision Criticized as a Futile Attempt to Censor Science Education
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 20, 2005

David Klinghoffer on Michael Medved
By: David Klinghoffer
The Michael Medved Show
December 19, 2005

Promises Made, but No Results
Stem cell initiative delivers no results
By: K. Lloyd Billingsley
LA Daily News
December 18, 2005

As We Grapple With Highway Woes, The Feds Remain Adrift
By: Bruce Agnew and Jessica Cantelon
The Puget Sound Business Journal
December 16, 2005

Appeals Panel Criticizes Evolution Ruling
By: Ellen Barry
Los Angeles Times
December 16, 2005

San Francisco: Embarcadero Reborn
By: Kristin Jackson
The Seattle Times
December 16, 2005

The Telecom Reform Agenda
Rightalk Web Radio Host Brendan Steinhauser Talks with Discovery's Charles Ganske about Senator Ensign's Telecommunications Bill
By: Brendan Steinhauser and Charles Ganske
Rightalk
December 15, 2005

A View To A Kill
Is Jack Kevorkian Headed To A Theater Near You?
By: Wesley J. Smith
National Review
December 14, 2005

A Jealous God: Science's Crusade Against Religion
By: Pamela R. Winnick
Discovery Institute
December 13, 2005

Discovery Institute Urges Federal Appeals Court to Overturn Evolution Textbook Sticker Decision
By: Staff
Discovery Institute
December 13, 2005

Future of Conservatism: Darwin or Design?
By: Casey Luskin
Human Events
December 12, 2005

What Is Intelligent Design?
By: Casey Luskin
Human Events
December 12, 2005

State Transportation Director Is Kept On Job
By: David Ammons
The Seattle P-I
December 12, 2005

Choosing to Weave into the Fabric of America
By: James J. Na
The Seattle Times
December 12, 2005

Planning For A Future Not Dependent On Oil
By: Kate Riley
The Seattle Times
December 12, 2005

Economic Literacy Test...and Advice
By: Richard W. Rahn
The Washington Times
December 12, 2005

A Future Free From Gridlock, For A Price
By: Steven Ginsberg
The Washington Post
December 12, 2005

Umbilical Accord
Senate Democrats resist a stem cell solution.
By: Wesley J. Smith
Weekly Standard
December 12, 2005

At $125 Million A Mile, It's Easy To Just Say No
By: Editorial Board