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C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 4: What Are the Threats to Freedom in Modern Society?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 2: How Can People of Faith Apply Morality to Politics?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 5: How Should People of Faith Be Involved In Politics?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 3: How Should People of Faith View the State?
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Chapter 1: How Should People of Faith Talk About Political Issues?
July 1, 1998
Elections Spell Changes:
Adoption, Foster Care, and Children's Programs Will Be Affected
Adoption.About.com November 7, 2002

January 1, 2003
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Introduction by John G. West, Jr.
July 1, 1998
C.S. Lewis and Public Life Book
Foreword by George Weigel
July 1, 1998
Resisting A Culture of Death
The New York Sun ALICIA COLON December 2, 2005
Costlier Gas, New Hybrids Spur More To Go Green
Seattle Times AP April 21, 2008
Board gives final approval to biology books
Associated Press/Ft. Worth Star-Telegram APRIL CASTRO November 7, 2003
Rails Could Include Overpass
Depending On Route, Lakewood's Link To Tacoma Will Open In '08 or '11
The News Tribune Aaron Corvin February 10, 2006
Highway Tolls In View
Montreal Gazette Aaron Derfel March 3, 2008
Grove Invokes Paranoia to Prove Only Electric Cars Survive
Bloomberg News Service Adam Satriano, Alan Ohnsman July 21, 2008
Second Amtrak Cascades train gets mixed signals
Stanwood/Camano News Adam Stewart September 28, 2010
For All the Bluster, These 3 Reasons Show Russia's Position On Iran May Be Surprisingly Sane
Business Insider Adam Taylor March 8, 2012
Gasoline Prices Cost State Tax Revenue
The Olympian Adam Wilson July 15, 2008
The Ripple Effect Of A Fuel Tax Repeal
The Olympian Adam Wilson and Brad Shannon October 9, 2005
Not Your Father's Republican Party
Is the GOP Still the Conservative Party?
The Claremont Review of Books Adam Wolfson November 14, 2005
Highway Capacity and Tolling
A Reason Foundation Presentation
The Reason Foundation Adrian Moore November 30, 2005
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.
Seattle Weekly Aimee Curl September 26, 2007
Ask Not for Whom The Road Tolls
Puget Sound Business Journal Al Scott September 30, 2009
Intelligent Design Should Not Be Excluded From the Study of Origins
The Guardian Alastair Noble December 1, 2009
The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part III: Compatibility
Albert Alschuler Albert Alschuler December 31, 2005
The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part I: Of Motive, Effect, and History
Albert Alschuler Albert Alschuler December 21, 2005
The Dover Intelligent Design Decision, Part II: Of Science and Religion
Albert Alschuler Albert Alschuler December 23, 2005
Why Darwinism Survives
Crosswalk.com Albert Mohler January 1, 2006
White House Says Transportation System Overhaul Must Wait
Washington Post Alec MacGillis June 26, 2009
Libert and Egalit against Fraternit
The Independent Institute—Olive W. Garvey Fellowship Alex Binz November 7, 2005
Social Security Numbers Abused
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Alex Binz March 30, 2005
Murray's Efforts Key in Keeping Amtrak on Track
Seattle Times Alex Fryer September 29, 2003
Murray ships $236 million back home
The Seattle Times Alex Fryer November 14, 2003
Ex-Congressman Stunned by Extent of Worldwide Trafficking in Humans
The Seattle Times Alex Fryer February 4, 2004
‘Intelligent Design’ Faces First Big Court Test
Parents sue after alternate to evolution added to science curriculum
MSNBC Alex Johnson September 24, 2005
Former Bush Speechwriter Dons Animal-Activist Cloak
Seattle Times Alex Tizon November 19, 2002
Doctors Challenge Patient's Final Say On Right To Live
Times Online Alexandra Frean and Steve Bird May 16, 2005
Scientific Breakthroughs Needed To Unlock Nation's Energy Potential
Seattle Times Alexis T. Bell, Bruce C. Gates, Douglas Ray September 17, 2008
Eastside Rail: We Just Don't Get It
Seattle Times Alfred Runte December 4, 2007
Road-Use Fees Could Solve Our Transit Woes
Brookings Institution/Washington Business Journal Alice Rivlin, Benjamin Orr May 1, 2009
The Wide Risk Of the Culture Of Death
New York Sun Alicia Colon March 24, 2006
Book Review: "Of Moths and Men" by Judith Hooper
Salon.com Alison Motluk September 18, 2002
It's The Information Stupid!
Alistair Noble on Intelligent Design
Cross Rhythms Alistair Noble March 31, 2011
Despite Rhetoric In Vancouver Mayor's Race, Decisions On Tolls Lie Elsewhere
Oregonian Allan Brettman November 1, 2009
Darwinist Ideologues Are on the Run
Human Events Allan H. Ryskind January 31, 2006
We All Have A Stake' In 2010 Games
Calgary Herald Allen Cameron March 26, 2004
On This They Do Agree
Wall Street Journal Allen D. Hertzke October 10, 2003
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
Alliance Defense Fund News Release Alliance Defense Fund June 7, 2010
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
Science & Theology News Alvin Plantinga March 7, 2006
Sticking With Seattle's Tunnel
Puget Sound Business Journal Alwyn Scott August 14, 2009
Deep-bore Tunnel Promises A Vibrant Future For Seattle’s Waterfront
Puget Sound Business Journal Alwyn Scott January 16, 2009
Port Agrees To Pay $103M For Eastside Rail Corridor
Puget Sound Business Journal Alwyn Scott November 3, 2007
On Track - Port, County Shake On Rail Deal
Puget Sound Business Journal Alwyn Scott May 16, 2008
Design vs. Darwin
ABCNEWS.com Amanda Onion April 1, 2002
Design vs. Darwin
Ohio Science Standards Under Fire by Supporters of Alternative Theory
ABCNews.com Amanda Onion April 2, 2002
Gov. Locke Forms 2010 Olympics Task Force
Puget Sound Business Journal American City Business Journals, Inc. September 9, 2004
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
American Freedom Alliance American Freedom Alliance October 1, 2009
Calif. Science Center Sued For Nixing Intelligent Design Film
The Wall Street Journal Law Blog Amir Efrati December 29, 2009
Do we live on a "privileged" planet?
Astronomy Amy Combs December 1, 2004
Catmamaran Commute Between Kirkland And UW? Parking Still An Issue
Seattle Times Amy Roe December 10, 2007
'Reality Needs To Take Over'
State Senator Dave Schmidt, R-Bothell, defends the Legislature's transportation package and its relevance to Snohomish County
The Everett Herald Amy Rolph August 25, 2005
Veganism is Murder, Too
Washington Times Anath Hartmann April 28, 2010
Assisted-Suicide Numbers Continue to Rise in Oregon
American Medical News Andis Robeznieks March 24, 2003
Keeping Up With the Science That Goes Beyond Darwin
Indianapolis Star Andrea Neal September 4, 2002
ELIMINATING ERRORS: Evolution becomes topic of concern for voters
Texas Tech University Daily Andrew Bell November 10, 2003
Conservative Think Tank "Discovers" Importance of 7th Amendment Right to Civil Jury Trial
Injury Board Andrew Cochran November 30, 2011
But Is It Good for the Conservatives?
Darwinism and its discontents.
The Weekly Standard Andrew Ferguson May 14, 2007
How Washington's Ferry System Got Into A Mess With No Easy Fix In Sight
Seattle Times Andrew Garber May 18, 2008
State Audit Proposes Adding Tolls, Lanes
Seattle Times Andrew Garber October 11, 2007
Gregoire Gives Tunnel Option For Viaduct A Chance
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber January 22, 2007
"Heartburn" Over Roads: State Fears $1.5B Shortfall
Seattle Times Andrew Garber October 4, 2007
Legislature Likely To Let Electric Cars Speed Up
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber March 26, 2007
Record-setting Tax Plan Wraps Roads, Rail In One Fragile Package
Seattle Times Andrew Garber September 9, 2007
Gregoire Opposes Any Push To Replace Viaduct With Surface Route
Seattle Times Andrew Garber September 24, 2009
Is Transportation Plan Doomed To Failure?
Seattle Times Andrew Garber April 19, 2007
Inslee names adviser to Oregon governor as new transportation chief
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Mike Lindblom February 19, 2013
Divided Senate OK's 9.5 Cent Rise In Gas Tax
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Ralph Thomas April 21, 2005
Gas Tax Going Up
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Ralph Thomas April 25, 2005
Gas Tax Stays, But Don't Expect Big Road Projects To Get Going Soon
The Seattle Times Andrew Garber and Susan Gilmore November 10, 2005
City, County, State Agree To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
Seattle Times Andrew Garber, Mike Lindblom, Emily Heffter January 12, 2009
Viaduct Decision Delayed, Tunnel Option Back In Play
Seattle Times Andrew Garber, Susan Gilmore December 31, 2008
Trial to Begin in Intelligent Design Discrimination Lawsuit against NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab
Discovery Institute Andrew McDiarmid March 5, 2012
Reinforce Digital Levees Before the Exaflood Hits
Hollywood Reporter Andrew Wallenstein December 5, 2007
State School Board Set to Change Evolution Lesson Plan
Associated Press Andrew Welsh-Huggins March 9, 2004
MUW Educator Returned to Post
The Clarion-Ledger [Mississippi] Andy Kanengiser March 15, 2003
Polls Say You Like Light Rail: What Say You?
The Oregonian Andy Parker March 24, 2004
Paccar's Fuel-saving Hybrid Trucks Aimed At Nation's Distribution Industry
Seattle Times Angel Gonzales July 29, 2008
Bio-fuel Musses Up Electric Car Fest
Seattle Times Angel Gonzalez September 7, 2008
Winter Olympics: Locals Hope To Land Gold In 2010
The Bremerton Sun Angela D. Smith March 25, 2004
Sound Transit Acquisition Readies Lakewood Service
The News Tribune Angie Leventis October 11, 2004
The Role of Agency in Science
4Truth.Net Science Angus Menuge May 1, 2009
In Just Ten Short Years Discovery Institute has Made The Debate Over Intelligent Design and Evolution Into a National Issue
Discovery Institute Anika Smith October 11, 2006
Beware of Darwin Day
The Falcon Anika Smith February 12, 2007
What NOVA Won't Tell You about Dover
The Truth about "Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial"
Discovery Institute Anika Smith November 13, 2007
Freight mobility gets attention
Seattle policy institute and transportation task force study north-south corridor
Journal of Business Anita Burke July 29, 1999
Foot Ferries Might Be Revived
The Sun Ann Strosnider December 2, 2003
Budget, 20-Year Plan Tops Ferry Agenda
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber Anna Brinkman October 15, 2004
Americans Seem Interested in Trading in Politically Active Trade Leaders for Religious Active Politicians
The Washington Examiner Anna Giaritelli October 20, 2010
Ferry Surveys Yield Results
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber Anna K. Brinkman October 29, 2004
Vancouver Faces Olympian Hurdle As Rock Slide Cuts Off Vital Corridor
Globe & Mail Anna Mehler Paperny July 31, 2008
The Creation Story for Atheists
New Oxford Review Anne Barbeau Gardiner March 14, 2011
The Darwinian Basis for Eugenics
New Oxford Review Anne Barbeau Gardiner September 1, 2008
Debating the Future of Technology: Peter Thiel and George Gilder
Stanford Review Anthony Mainero March 3, 2012
If Trust Breeds Speed, No Wonder Seattle Has a Trust Deficit
Crosscut.com Anthony Robinson October 6, 2011
Intelligent Design Debate: New Life in the Cosmos
National Catholic Register Anthony Zimmerman May 21, 2006
Keep Philosophies Out of the Classroom — Or Let Both In
The Leaven Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann February 24, 2006
Plan Puts Tolls On Interstate HOV Lanes
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Ariel Hart September 16, 2008
Information, the Entrepreneur, and George Gilder's New Economic Thinking
The American, AEI Arnold Kling July 17, 2013
Latest fossil find: no proof of ape-like ancestry, Wells says
BP News Art Toalston July 17, 2002
Give Terminally Ill Patients Both Hope and Hospice
USAToday Arthur Caplan and Wesley J. Smith November 14, 2014
Sellwood Bridge Options Narrowed Down to Three
The Oregonian Arthur Gregg Sulzberger October 2, 2007
March Market Madness
The Clarion-Ledger Ashby Foote III March 30, 2007
Historic Wall Street Woes: Building Back from Bust
Three of Nation's Top Five Investment Banks Collapsed With Two More in Merger Talks
The Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III September 21, 2008
'Dirty' Work Has Some Companies Cleaning Up
The Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III July 6, 2008
Are You Ready For a Revolution?
Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III January 11, 2007
Statewide Franchise Law Can Bring Benefits
Along With GO Zone, It Could Spur Bandwidth Investment in Mississippi
Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III March 25, 2006
Tap Our Own Resources? Food, Fuel and Foreign Policy
Antiquated Domestic Farm, Energy Policies Contributing to Growing World Food Prices
The Clarion-Ledger Ashby M. Foote III May 25, 2008
Railway Corridor From Snohomish To Renton To Keep Tracks
Seattle Times Ashley Bach April 16, 2008
Advisory Panel Decides In Favor Of Rail-To-Trail Idea
The Seattle Times Ashley Bach January 20, 2007
Sound Transit Gives Rail Line A Boost
Seattle Times Ashley Bach February 2, 2008
Eastside Rail Forum Sketches Ideas For Commuter Line
Seattle Times Ashley Bach January 17, 2008
Microsoft Sees Vast Market: Every Car
The Seattle Times Associated Pres December 1, 2003
Groups Weigh in Before Evolution Vote in Kansas
USA Today Associated Press November 8, 1985
Dogs To Sniff Out Cars At Ferry Terminals
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Associated Press October 9, 2004
Discontinued Amtrak Pioneer Could Make A Comeback
Seattle Times Associated Press January 28, 2008
Leaders Of U.S., Mexico, Canada Meet To Talk On Expanding Cooperation
International Herald Tribune Associated Press August 18, 2007
AP Corrects Story on South Carolina's Adoption of Science Standards Requirng Critical Analysis of Evolution
Associated Press Associated Press June 13, 2006
Washington Projects Could Be Affected As Federal Fund For Roads Runs Dry
Los Angeles Times, Seattle Times Associated Press September 6, 2008
Soaring Fuel Prices Drain Ferry System's Budget
The Kitsap Sun Associated Press March 9, 2005
Rail Advocates Laud Federal Announcement
Seattle PI.com Aubrey Cohen April 16, 2009
High Speed Rail Dreams Depend On Dedicated Tracks
Seattle PI.com Aubrey Cohen May 28, 2009
A Road In Transit
State Officials Are Studying A Proposed Washington Commerce Corridor, Which Could Turn Highway 9 Into A Freight-Hauling Bypass Of Congested I-5. But Many Whatcom County Residents Fear It Would Destroy Their Way Of Life.
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen September 19, 2004
Commuters May Get More Options
TRANSPORTATION: More people crossing county lines regularly
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen December 10, 2004
Friday Harbor Foot Ferry Arrives
Three-month trial run is funded with a $196,000 federal grant
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen November 29, 2005
Amtrak To Operate Second Run To B.C.
New Siding Work To Be Completed In Time For Service To 2010 Olympics
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 3, 2007
Eastside Light Rail: Yes, But Where?
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 29, 2009
Tourism, Traffic Are Olympic Concerns
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen March 18, 2004
Partnerships A Solution For Transportation Funding?
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen April 1, 2009
Value Of Tracking U.S. Visitors Not Yet Proved, Officials Say
Program speeds come crossings, director replies
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen January 30, 2006
Expert: Viaduct Bored Tunnel Would Be "World Class Project"
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen March 20, 2009
Tunnel is well worth extra money, study says
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Aubrey Cohen August 17, 2006
Officials Eye Expanded Ferry Connecting City, San Juan Islands
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen May 19, 2004
Will More Washington Roads Take Their Toll On Drivers
Seattle PI.com Aubrey Cohen June 2, 2009
Bus Commute May Cross County Lines
Transit agencies weigh Mount Vernon-Bellingham service
The Bellingham Herald Aubrey Cohen May 16, 2005
Washington Lawmakers Plan To Pass A Major Highway-Tolling Bill
Crosscut Austin Jenkins November 20, 2007
The Post-Kevorkian Era
The Jewish Press Barbara A. Olevitch October 18, 2011
Intelligent Design and Academic Freedom
NPR: All Things Considered Barbara Bradley Hagerty November 11, 2005
Profile: Intelligent Design and Academic Freedom (Transcript)
All Things Considered (NPR) Barbara Bradley Haggerty November 10, 2005
Northwest Tidal Power Reaches For Mainstream
Puget Sound Business Journal Barbara Clements August 8, 2008
Keeping the lid on - and the science out
Washington Examiner Barbara Hollingsworth December 1, 2009
Why Are Darwinists So Afraid of Intelligent Design?
Human Events Barney Brenner January 17, 2006
Law, Darwinism, and Public Education
The Establishment Clause and the Challenge of Intelligent Design
Rowman & Littlefield Beckwith, Francis J. March 1, 2003
Has Darwin Met His Match? - Letters:
An Exchange Over ID
Commentary Behe, Dembski, Wells, Nelson & Berlinski March 26, 2003
Darwin's Black Box
The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution
Free Press Behe, Michael August 2, 1996
The Edge of Evolution: The Search for the Limits of Darwinism
Free Press Behe, Michael J. May 21, 2007
Former JPL employee claims he was fired for doubting Darwin
Pasadena Star-News Beige Luciano-Adams February 3, 2011
Group Pushing For Passenger-only Ferries
KPLU-FM Bellamy Pailthorp July 2, 2007
George Gilder’s Knowledge and Power
Frontpage Mag Ben Shapiro July 19, 2013
Expelled From the New York Times
The American Spectator Ben Stein August 10, 2009
Darwinism: The Imperialism of Biology?
News Blaze Ben Stein February 28, 2008
Evolution is Not the Problem. Darwinism is the Problem.
To The Source Ben Wiker December 9, 2009
Set My People Free
To The Source Ben Wiker December 3, 2009
Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Darwin's Origin of Species
Human Events Ben Wiker November 24, 2009
Legislating a Second Bill of Rights
To The Source Ben Wiker January 14, 2010
The Death of Morality
Crisis Benjamin D. Wiker July 8, 2004
The Meaning-Full Universe
Crisis Magazine Benjamin D. Wiker April 7, 2004
The Problem of Evil
Crisis Benjamin D. Wiker December 9, 2003
Healing Soviet Wounds
The Unsure Revival of Estonia
Crisis Magazine Benjamin D. Wiker April 15, 2007
Why You Must Vote
Crisis Benjamin D. Wiker October 6, 2004
Happy Birthday, Charles Darwin
InsideCatholic.com Benjamin D. Wiker February 12, 2009
Pope Benedict and Nature's Genius
Crisis Magazine Benjamin D. Wiker and Jonathan Witt October 1, 2007
'Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?'
Baptist Press Benjamin Hawkins November 3, 2009
These 28 quotes may completely change your perspective on economics
The Blaze Benjamin Weingarten February 27, 2014
From Darwinism to Transhumanism
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker July 6, 2003
Is Science Democratic?
WorldNetDaily.com Benjamin Wiker June 1, 2002
Anthropology Afoul of the Facts
Margaret Mead's Flights of Fancy in Samoa
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker May 19, 2002
Playing Games with Good & Evil
The Failure of Darwinism to Explain Morality
Crisis Benjamin Wiker May 1, 2002
The Peacock Principle: Beauty, God, and Darwinism
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker August 20, 2006
Darwin and Hitler: In Their Own Words
HumanEvents.com Benjamin Wiker May 5, 2008
Don't Let Dogma Censor Teaching
Cincinnati Enquirer Benjamin Wiker March 7, 2004
Do You Bonobo?
Meet our make-love-not-war primates.
National Review Online Benjamin Wiker November 10, 2001
Mennonite Midwife Behind Bars:
A Case of Overreach
National Review Online Benjamin Wiker December 3, 2002
Does Science Point to God? Part II:
The Christian Critics
Crisis Magazine Benjamin Wiker July 1, 2003
Darwin Nietzsche, and Hitler: Evolution of the Übermensch
Human Events Benjamin Wiker May 13, 2008
Facts to the Wind:
Reviewing "Monkey Trial," a PBS Documentary
National Review Online Benjamin Wiker February 16, 2002
God and Matter: The Evolution of the Evolution Debate
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker August 20, 2005
Will "Santorum Language" Save Us From Scientific Fundamentalism?
National Catholic Register Benjamin Wiker April 27, 2002
Darwin and the Descent of Morality
First Things Benjamin Wiker November 1, 2001
Does Science Point to God?:
The Intelligent Design Revolution
Crisis [Cover Story] Benjamin Wiker April 8, 2003
The Atheists' Benchwarmer
Book Review, God: The Failed Hypothesis. How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist by Victor Stenger
insidecatholic.com Benjamin Wiker September 2, 2007
Alien Ideas
Christianity and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
Crisis Benjamin Wiker November 4, 2002
Moses Who?
InsideCatholic.com Benjamin Wiker December 6, 2007
The Martyrdom of Terri Schiavo
WorldNetDaily.com Benjamin Wiker October 14, 2003
What were Darwin's Religious Views?
Discovery Institute Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
Charles Darwin: A Short Biography
Discovery Institute Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
Darwin’s Views on Morality
Discovery Institute Benjamin Wiker, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
The Advent of the Algorithm
The 300-Year Journey from an Idea to the Computer
Harcourt, Inc Berlinski, David November 1, 2000
Denying Darwin: David Berlinski and Critics
Commentary Berlinski, et. al. September 1, 1996
Training Pants For The 21st Century Motorist
Grush Hour Bern Grush April 3, 2009
Mainers Invited To Become Track-Your-Car Guinea Pigs
Portland Press Herald Beth Quimby July 15, 2009
Lots To Do Before Vote On Roads
The Tacoma News Tribune Beth Silver April 30, 2004
BESE Expected to Take Up Controversial Science Instruction Act Today
The Times-Picayune Bill Barrow January 13, 2009
Ferry Bills Appear To Be sinking
The Bremerton Sun Bill Buchanan February 11, 2004
Two pages a 'threat' to evolutionists
OneNewsNow Bill Bumpas October 27, 2010
Bruce Agnew Radio Interview, On West Coast "Green Highway" Initiative
CKNW-AM 980 Bill Good Show June 12, 2007
Highway 520's The Better Transit Choice
Seattle Times Bill Mundy, Theodore Lane December 14, 2007
The Enemy of Abortion:
U.S. Adoption Timeline, 1972-2004
World Magazine Bill Pierce February 24, 2001
HOT Lanes Expansion Urged
KOMO 1000 AM Bill Rice October 24, 2008
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
Linux.SYS-CON.com Bill Roth May 1, 2006
Lack of funding obstacle to improving train crossings
Everett Herald Bill Sheets October 21, 2012
High Speed Rail Could Run From Oregon To B.C.
Everett Herald Bill Sheets May 29, 2009
Activists want Snohomish-Bellevue rail line to stay
Everett Herald Bill Sheets February 11, 2013
Earling Going To Work On Think-Tank Project
Edmonds Enterprise Bill Sheets April 16, 2004
Roads And Transit Measure A Toss-up
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bill Virgin October 3, 2007
Biofuels No Sure Bet for Farmers
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bill Virgin June 15, 2006
Polanyi committee suggests compromise:
Peer review committee finds Center's research legitimate
The Baylor Lariat Blair Martin October 18, 2000
Gilder: This Is a Golden Age for Content
Bloomberg TV Bloomberg West August 6, 2013
Intelligent Design Renews Debate Between Science and Religion
The Baptist Standard Bob Allen February 6, 2009
Evolution critics added to panel that sets Texas school standards
Associated Baptist Press Bob Allen October 21, 2008
New types of medicines need new regulatory approaches
Tacoma News Tribune Bob Cihak August 6, 2009
12/18/08 SAC Meeting Notes
SAC Member Bob Donegan December 19, 2008
Evolutionists Adrift on the Origin of Information
Dakota Voice Bob Ellis January 1, 2009
Rail Corridor On The Right Track
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bob Ferguson, Larry Phillips January 21, 2008
Data Tidal Wave?
Philadelphia Inquirer Bob Fernandez March 23, 2008
America's Healthcare Policies are Sick
Real Clear Politics Bob Herbold May 1, 2009
Chasing Corporations Out Of The U.S.
Investor's Business Daily Bob Herbold November 16, 2009
Typical Objections to Intelligent Design
Lewrockwell.com Bob Murphy January 1, 2006
Typical Objections to Intelligent Design
Lewrockwell.com Bob Murphy January 17, 2006
'Intelligent Design' vs. Evolution
Lincoln Journal Star [Nebraska] Bob Reeves January 24, 2003
Intelligent Design film shut down by museum
Lawsuit challenges censorship of debate over evolution
WorldNetDaily Bob Unruh November 26, 2009
Lack Of Transportation Solutions A Threat To Region
The King County Journal Bob Wallace January 29, 2006
Second train to B.C. on track by autumn
Locke to sign funding that extends Amtrak run
The Herald Bob Wodnik April 27, 1999
Officials try to save second rail to Canada
Money for Amtrak line absent from state budget
Everett Herald Bob Wodnik March 26, 1999
Port Commissioners Not Interested In Deal To Own Boeing Field
Seattle Times Bob Young July 27, 2007
Bush Plan Similar to Institute's Ideas
Seattle Times Bobbi Nodell July 8, 2002
Book TV at FreedomFest: George Gilder, "Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How It Is Revolutionizing Our World"
C-SPAN2 Book TV August 25, 2013
BU Had Role in Dembski Return
The Baylor Lariat Brad Briggs & Grace Maalouf November 16, 2007
Tolls For Highway Work: An Easier Pill To Swallow?
Kansas City Star Brad Cooper May 5, 2009
Cascadia High Speed Rail: It's Time
The Oregonian Brad Perkins February 26, 2009
Tax No Longer Limbo
The Olympian Brad Shannon November 10, 2005
Transport Czar or Things as They Are?
Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Brad Warren March 1, 2006
Commerce Secretary Stresses Need to Address Immigration
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Brad Wong August 23, 2006
Moon May Hold Secrets of Early Earth
Des Moines Register [Iowa] Brandon Babcock March 14, 2003
State examines rail plan, advocates lobby for new Amtrak stop in Blaine
The Northern Light Brandy Kiger Shreve March 20, 2013
Cascadia Blog Article Highlights Teleworking Green, Productivity Benefits
TMCnet.com Brendan B. Read October 16, 2009
Labour Clueless on Internet
The Guardian Brendan O'Neill December 3, 2009
The Telecom Reform Agenda
Rightalk Web Radio Host Brendan Steinhauser Talks with Discovery's Charles Ganske about Senator Ensign's Telecommunications Bill
Rightalk Brendan Steinhauser and Charles Ganske December 15, 2005
Ben Stein vs. Sputtering Atheists
Townhall.com Brent Bozell, III April 18, 2008
It Should Be OK to Doubt Evolution
Wichita Eagle Brent Castillo April 10, 2008
Water Taxis Still Float Mayor's Boat
The Tacoma News Tribune Brent Champaco March 15, 2005
Let There Be Bandwidth
Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson March 7, 2006
Indiana Is Open for Business
Mitch “the Blade” Daniels is putting the state on the free-market cutting edge.
National Review Online Bret Swanson March 28, 2006
Setting the Record Straight on Statewide Video Franchising
Discovery Institute Bret Swanson February 9, 2006
Statewide Franchising Questions & Answers
Discovery Institute Bret Swanson February 14, 2006
Google: Our Savior?
Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson November 4, 2003
The Wonders of Wealth, the Path Out of Poverty
Forbes Bret Swanson August 30, 2012
The Coming Exaflood
The Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson January 20, 2007
The Elephant in the Barrel
Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson August 12, 2006
The Book That Predicted Obamacare's Failure -- And America's Rebirth
Forbes Bret Swanson December 24, 2013
What's behind the Chinese boom?
Gilder Technology Report Bret Swanson March 26, 2004
Loss of Guidant Could Spawn Bigger, Better Things
The Indianapolis Star Bret Swanson January 2, 2005
My View: Our Biggest Obstacle To Real Broadband
Indianapolis Star Bret Swanson February 26, 2006
The Tech Comeback Is Real
Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson July 1, 2003
The Roots of the Telechasm
National Review Online Bret Swanson July 29, 2002
Money and the Middle Kingdom
Gilder Technology Report Bret Swanson September 24, 2003
Indiana Adopts Nation's Best Broadband Policy
Telecom deregulation and statewide video franchise to spur massive fiber optic investments, new broadband services
Discovery Institute Bret Swanson March 3, 2006
Don't Ruin the Internet Revival
Gilder Technology Report Bret Swanson January 1, 2005
Estimating the Exaflood
The Impact of Video and Rich Media on the Internet – A ‘zettabyte’ by 2015?
Discovery Institute Bret Swanson & George Gilder January 29, 2008
Unleashing the Exaflood
The Wall Street Journal Bret Swanson & George Gilder February 22, 2008
Dream Of Hydrogen Cars Fades For Now
Houston Chronicle/Seattle Post-Intelligencer Brett Clanton September 10, 2007
Group looks into extending Kitsap Transit plan
The Bremerton Sun Brian Alexander March 21, 2003
Group Looks into Extending Kitsap Transit Plan
Bremerton (WA) Sun Brian Alexander March 21, 2003
Hands Off the Net
Congress wisely resists the urge to regulate cyberspace
City Journal Brian C. Anderson June 28, 2006
Is encouraging critical thinking unconstitutional?
The Union Leader Brian Fahling January 22, 2005
Intelligent Design Offers a Competing Explanation for the Origin of Life.
Allentown Morning Call Brian Fahling October 9, 2005
U.S. Push For Travel ID Lands In Lap Of Surrey's New Mayor
Working With Ottawa To Sway Counterparts South Of The Border
The Vancouver Province Brian Lewis June 29, 2006
Film Based on Professor's Book Showing at Smithsonian:
Professor's ideas gain recognition in film
Iowa State Daily Brian Oltman June 7, 2005
State House Unveils Transportation Budget
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer/Associated Press Brian Slodysko March 31, 2009
Dave Earling: Diverse Civic, Political Career Leads to Mayor of Edmonds
Edmonds Patch Brian Soergel November 28, 2011
Traffic Audit Can Form Basis Of New Plan For Roads, Transit
Tacoma News Tribune Brian Sonntag November 18, 2007
Tunnel Won't Be 'Big Dig West'
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Brian Steinburg April 6, 2006
(Tesla) Roadster Powers To NW On Techie Buzz
Seattle Times Brier Dudley September 22, 2008
Press Release: Railway Infrastructure Agreement Reached
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation British Columbia Ministry of Transportation March 1, 2007
George Gilder of Discovery Institute Tells Washington Leaders: 'Broadband Is Crucial to the Struggle Ahead'
Broadband Wireless Exchange Magazine Broadband Wireless Magazine October 23, 2001
Cascadia Center's "Beyond Oil" Conference: A Wrap-Up
Cascadia Prospectus Bruce Agnew September 10, 2008
The little train to Bellingham that could--and should
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Agnew March 29, 2000
New Grant For Bridge Rebuild Prods Regional Tolling Debate
Cascadia Prospectus Bruce Agnew August 15, 2007
Imagine A Network Of Foot Ferries - Our Century's "Forward Thrust" For Puget Sound
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Agnew February 10, 2008
A Lot To Gain From Passenger-only Ferry Service
San Juan Journal Bruce Agnew April 30, 2008
Sticker Shock? Get Over It
Seattle Times Bruce Agnew June 17, 2002
Let history be our guide
Rail had a crucial role in the region's past; it should have one in our future
Everett Herald Bruce Agnew May 22, 2011
Regional Transport: Much Can Be Done Right Now
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew November 30, 2007
What Does 2002 Hold for San Juan County?
The (San Juan) Islands' Sounder Bruce Agnew December 26, 2001
All aboard, together
How new partnerships can benefit our railroad system -- and our economy
Everett Herald Bruce Agnew May 29, 2011
Viaduct Bypass, I-5 Expansion Should Be Linked
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew August 10, 2007
BNSF Corridor: Cascade Bicycle Club And Cascadia Center Share Their Views
Kirkland Views Bruce Agnew July 16, 2008
Rails And Trails Could Coexist Easily On Eastside
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew October 5, 2007
EPA's not tracking with rail goals
Seattle Times Bruce Agnew November 2, 1998
Preserve Eastside Rail Line For Snohomish Transit Link
Seattle Times Bruce Agnew October 31, 2007
Melding Rich History, Promising Future
Everett Herald Bruce Agnew November 21, 2009
Technology Can Help Region Avert Traffic Gridlock
The Seattle Times Bruce Agnew February 23, 2005
World is Watching Alaskan Way Viaduct Tunnel
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew June 25, 2010
Transportation Update
Puget Sound Journey AAA Washington Magazine Bruce Agnew September 1, 2005
Let's Build Transport System on Common Ground
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew April 30, 2010
A Funding Idea For Puget Sound's Forward Thrust?
Cascadia Center Bruce Agnew May 8, 2008
World is watching Alaskan Way Viaduct tunnel
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew June 25, 2010
Make Eastside A Proving Ground for Innovative Transportation Ideas
Seattle Times Bruce Agnew March 13, 2008
B.C. Olympics Can Be a Transportation Catalyst
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew & Jessica Cantelon January 30, 2006
Snohomish-Woodinville excursion train an 11-mile opportunity
The Herald Bruce Agnew & Karen Guzak October 7, 2012
Smart Transport Systems Would Ease Traffic Snarls
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew & Neil Schuster June 29, 2007
Transportation Corridors Offer Solutions To Traffic Congestion
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Agnew and Bruce Chapman September 2, 1999
Securing Our Ports Remains a Work in Progress
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Charles Ganske May 26, 2006
Leaders Must Act Now To Avoid A Severe, Regional Energy Crisis
The Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Charles Ganske November 18, 2005
Plug-in cars are stingy on gas, but may strain the power grid
The Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Charles Ganske December 2, 2005
Region Must Take Next Step To Improve Transportation
The Herald Bruce Agnew and Dave Earling February 12, 2006
Paradigm Shift for the Nation on Transportation
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Jessica Cantelon December 30, 2005
As We Grapple With Highway Woes, The Feds Remain Adrift
The Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew and Jessica Cantelon December 16, 2005
Press Release: Cascadia's Two Nation Vacation Gets Boost With Additional Train Service
Press Release Bruce Agnew and Mike Wussow March 2, 2007
Amtrak Deal A Key Link In Burgeoning Cascadia Travel
Vancouver Sun Bruce Agnew and Tom Till March 20, 2007
Radio Interview: Preserving Eastside Rail Line
KIRO-AM 710 Bruce Agnew, Dave Ross December 4, 2007
Memorandum Brief: Principles For An Interlocal Agreement On Expanded Puget Sound Passenger-Only Ferry Service
Cascadia Center Bruce Agnew, Matt Rosenberg, Mike Wussow December 6, 2007
Roads, Fuel & Funding
Declining Gas Tax Revenues Make New Sources Of Transportation Funds Essential
Tacoma News Tribune Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall October 21, 2007
What Austin Can Teach Seattle About Civic Planning
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall April 25, 2008
Oil-free Snohomish County? It's No Longer A Pipe Dream
Everett Herald Bruce Agnew, Steve Marshall September 2, 2008
State Transport System Needs Accountability, Investment
Puget Sound Business Journal Bruce Agnew, Tom Till April 13, 2007
Viaduct: A Tunnel's The Best Choice
The Seattle Times Bruce Agnew, Tom Till and Bruce Chapman October 27, 2005
Use these hard times to stimulate a regional infrastructure renaissance
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman November 23, 2008
For Canada, Breaking Up is A Hard - And Wrong - Thing To Do
Bruce Chapman October 27, 1995
Jubilation! Technology, Persistence, Progress Triumph in Seattle
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman April 25, 2009
Give Thanks - It's Good For You
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman November 22, 2007
Connect the Dots Between Scientism and Government Spending
Add up the Human and Financial Costs
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 4, 2010
'Ivory Tower' — A Documentary Babel
A further call for government to infantilize college youth.
American Spectator Bruce Chapman June 12, 2014
Clinton Risks Leading Us Into Quagmire of 'Vietnam II'
Bruce Chapman December 1, 1995
It's Ba-ack! National Service 1989 --- Put Brakes on the Omnibus
Bruce Chapman October 16, 1989
Careful Trade Contacts Will Encourage Chinese Freedom Forces
Bruce Chapman February 1, 1990
Partisan Politics Needed in New County Government
Bruce Chapman August 7, 1991
The People's 'Right' to a Show
Bruce Chapman December 2, 1991
The South Rises, Joining the GOP
Bruce Chapman November 13, 1994
Is the U.S. Ready For European Political Integration?
Bruce Chapman June 7, 1989
Ethic Cleansing
Politics: Our sanctimonious pursuit of conflict-free purity undermines public life.
Seattle Weekly Bruce Chapman November 25, 1992
Don't Kid Yourself, This Was A Biggie
Bruce Chapman November 13, 1994
Happy Birthmother's Day
Bruce Chapman May 10, 1985
We are in Deep Viaduct
Crosscut Bruce Chapman December 12, 2008
The Adoption Option Needs Sound Nourishment From Bush
Bruce Chapman April 26, 1989
The 'Soft Tyranny' of Hidden Taxation
Bruce Chapman October 25, 1994
Seattle Tells Nintendo: Let's Play Ball
Bruce Chapman January 29, 1992
Designer Trees? I Say 'Humbug!' to These Fashion Zombies
Bruce Chapman December 15, 1995
New Gaza Flotilla Crisis Begins for Israel
Discovery News Bruce Chapman June 17, 2010
Pass National Service, Cripple Charity
Bruce Chapman May 24, 1993
The New Century Contrary to Calendar, 20th Century is History
Bruce Chapman December 31, 1995
The Hidden Fears of High-Tech Learning
Bruce Chapman September 26, 1994
'Let's Draft Everybody' - National Service vs. Real Service
Bruce Chapman March 7, 1993
National Service Promise Should be Broken
Bruce Chapman January 25, 1993
International Region Shares A Common Destiny
Bruce Chapman May 29, 1992
Is Fortune's Blessing Justified? Well, Yes and No We're Even Better Than They Think
Bruce Chapman October 30, 1992
Letter to Showtime regarding Flock of Dodos
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman May 11, 2007
Welcome to the Dawn of the Age of Victimhood
Bruce Chapman November 4, 1992
Only A Fathead Would Ban Fat Substitute From My Junk Food
Bruce Chapman November 10, 1995
Christmas in the White House - Seven Decades Ago
discoveryblog.org Bruce Chapman December 24, 2008
Hollywood Gets Message About Suppression of Intelligent Design
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman August 22, 2007
Obama Names Tom Alberg to New National Council on Entrepreneurship
DiscoveryNews.org Bruce Chapman July 16, 2010
Mr. President, Come to Your Census!
Fox News Channel Bruce Chapman February 10, 2009
Bell Street Pier Project A Jewel In Seattle Port Crown
Bruce Chapman October 13, 1995
Perot May Have Trapped Himself In His Third-Party Machinery
Bruce Chapman October 6, 1995
Rogues and Prorogues in Canada
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman December 3, 2008
A "Brokered Convention" is Possible for National GOP
The Stream Bruce Chapman March 11, 2015
Washington First In Vote-count Delay
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman November 15, 2007
Medved Pummels Political Correctness
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman April 3, 2009
Bruce Chapman on Fox News
Fox News Channel Bruce Chapman February 13, 2009
Iraq a Year Later
Criticism About Bush, Iraq War Won't Stand Over Time
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman March 14, 2004
The P-I: Saying goodbye to a liberal voice
Crosscut Bruce Chapman March 17, 2009
Let Statisticians, Not White House, Conduct the 2010 Census
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman February 7, 2009
Discovery Blog Debuts
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman October 25, 2006
Richard John Neuhaus: "All the Trumpets Sounded on the Other Side"
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman January 9, 2009
We Need a Fairness Doctrine For Media
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman July 11, 2007
Mark Plummer, Author of Noah's Choice
Discovery News Bruce Chapman May 28, 2014
Paul Schell: Mayor, Innovator, Friend
Discovery News Bruce Chapman July 27, 2014
Canada's Strange and Marvelous Election - A Preview
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman October 3, 2008
National Attention to Seattle Viaduct?
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman January 14, 2009
Let's Get It Straight: The Empire Was Evil
Bruce Chapman January 25, 1995
No Surrender
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman August 5, 2007
Liberal Democrat Changes British Campaign
Discovery News Bruce Chapman April 16, 2010
Crime In Our Streets
Discoveryblog.org Bruce Chapman August 2, 2007
"Vanity, Vanity": Neo-Cons Learn How Far You Can Trust Mainstream Media
DiscoveryBlog.org Bruce Chapman November 6, 2006
Election 2000 crucial to whole new generation - whether they vote or not
Tacoma News Tribune Bruce Chapman November 5, 2000
Fix the Presidential Nominating Process of 2000--Now
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 8, 1996
Roosevelt-Roosevelt 2014
Here comes Ken Burns.
The American Spectator Bruce Chapman November 27, 2013
Bringing a Turbulent Land Into Focus
The Wall Street Journal Bruce Chapman December 17, 2004
Government gives Seattle a chance to purge its 'soul'
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman May 4, 1997
"Faked Labor Numbers" Story is Weak
Discovery News Bruce Chapman November 19, 2013
Amazing Timing for Book on Tea Parties
Discovery News Bruce Chapman September 14, 2010
Demonstrators Give Birth to Brand New Left
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman December 1, 1999
Oh, the things you can eat!
Crosscut Bruce Chapman July 22, 2014
Truth About Iraq WMD Uncovered,Then Covered Up Again
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman January 29, 2008
Christian Persecution Worldwide
A historic rise just in time for Christmas
The American Spectator Bruce Chapman December 15, 2013
Take It from Me, Mahmoud: Watch Those Russians
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman July 7, 2009
Obama & Shade of Government Shutdown
Discovery News Bruce Chapman November 14, 2013
A Darwinist's Declension (Nude Descending a Staircase)
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman August 12, 2005
The Invisible Hand of Ronald Reagan
Memorial Service Remarks Bruce Chapman June 10, 2004
Obama's Goat
American Spectator Bruce Chapman October 10, 2013
A new chapter for urbanism?
Crosscut Bruce Chapman October 7, 2013
The Bush Presidency Owes a Debt to Reagan
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman June 9, 2004
Obama’s Dead End on Iran
The Stream Bruce Chapman April 17, 2015
Collins Appointment May Stir Unexpected Controversy
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman July 8, 2009
An Intelligent Discussion about Life
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman April 17, 2008
The Catty Dr. Coyne
Discovery News Bruce Chapman October 29, 2013
Could Snowdrifts Bury Prime Minister Brown?
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 6, 2010
Forced "Consensus" is Corrupting Science
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 11, 2010
The vacation I spent, and spent, in the Whitehouse
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 7, 1997
Dole's "vision" may get clearer soon
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 19, 1996
Government domination corrupts volunteerism
Bruce Chapman April 26, 1997
It's time to put warning labels on everything
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 10, 1996
US has best chance yet to reform UN
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 21, 1997
How to Reduce the Mood of Menace on Urban Streets
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 18, 1997
Public needn't fear budgetary 'train wreck' rhetoric
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 29, 1995
What's in a name: A disservice to the truth
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman December 12, 1999
Is Uncle Sam About to Take Leave of His Census?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 15, 1996
Whitewater: Prosecute It or Drop It
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 27, 1996
Frustrated pollsters find Americans harder to figure out
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 29, 1996
Exaggerating Political Misdeeds is Almost as Bad as Ignoring Them
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 26, 1997
Don't Forget Africa During Black History Month
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 12, 1997
Oil, Gas and Failed US Foreign Policy
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 4, 2014
Huge Victory for Social Conservatives
Discovery News Bruce Chapman August 24, 2010
Amtrak heading toward a trainwreck
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 1, 1997
Renaissance doesn't begin to describe Seattle's arts opportunities
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 18, 1997
New Faces of 1996 Politics: Black Conservatives
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 16, 1997
Your telephone problem is really a government problem
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman February 7, 1997
Historic Moment Coming on Assisted Suicide Issue
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 13, 1997
Policy hackers threaten the economy
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman March 20, 1996
Corker Bill is Still Best Hope Against Bad Iran Deal
The Stream Bruce Chapman April 26, 2015
Starbucks and the Foodie Revolution
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 16, 2011
How much of the world will Obama, Romney miss on foreign policy?
Crosscut Bruce Chapman October 22, 2012
Face Reality of Radicalization
Discovery News Bruce Chapman April 19, 2013
"Strong Democracy" and Muammar Gaddafi
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 3, 2011
Don't Go Wobbly in Libya
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 18, 2011
Liberation Online
A Look at Iraq's Bloggers
The Wall Street Journal Online Opinion Journal Bruce Chapman October 21, 2004
There’s Not Enough Bias in the Media!
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman September 15, 2005
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?
Crosscut Bruce Chapman April 26, 2013
Redford's Untimely Terror Reminiscence
Discovery News Bruce Chapman April 20, 2013
Billy Wilder on the Purpose of Business
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 22, 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.
Crosscut Bruce Chapman March 26, 2013
NY Times' "Unlikely Ally": Intelligent Design
Discovery News Bruce Chapman February 8, 2013
Gilder's Popular Mini-Lecture
Discovery News Bruce Chapman July 8, 2014
Moscow Style Attack Possible in United States
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 24, 2011
Mental Illness Makes Sense of Arizona Killings
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 9, 2011
Foul Speech Now the Norm in White House?
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 1, 2013
Federal Tax Fight; We'll Do it Again in '12
Discovery News Bruce Chapman December 6, 2010
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.
Crosscut Bruce Chapman March 17, 2013
Nagel Book "Tightly Argued, Exacting"
Discovery News Bruce Chapman November 12, 2012
Good Old Ike Days of 91% Top Tax Rate
Discovery News Bruce Chapman November 28, 2012
Kerry More Likely To Reinstate Draft
Seattle Post Intelligencer Bruce Chapman October 27, 2004
Wanted: Dictators’ Retirement Home
Putting them up would be cheaper than gunning them down
The Washington Times Bruce Chapman March 30, 2011
Big Business, If You're So Rich, Why Aren't You Smart?
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman August 13, 2009
Questioning Evolution
New York Times - Letters to the Editor Bruce Chapman December 10, 2005
A Bad Idea Whose Time Is Past:
The Case Against Universal Service
Brookings Review Bruce Chapman October 1, 2002
Our Amazing Array of Food
A local food connoisseur revels in the plates, places and pepperoncinis of new Seattle's bountiful fare.
Crosscut Bruce Chapman July 22, 2014
Infiltrated Officially a Best Seller
Discovery News Bruce Chapman August 19, 2013
Let the Candidates Debate
The Stream Bruce Chapman May 21, 2015
As Governor, Jerry Brown was Vociferous Foe of Vietnamese Immigration
Discovery News Bruce Chapman October 2, 2010
Coping with the Political Pain of Early Onset SDD
The Stream Bruce Chapman May 13, 2015
The Rapture of the Atheists
CNS News Bruce Chapman November 13, 2009
"Stamp Out Hate": Ode to the N.Y. Times
Discovery News Bruce Chapman January 11, 2011
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.
Crosscut Bruce Chapman July 9, 2013
How Should Schools Teach Evolution?
Don't Forget Weaknesses in Theory
Dallas Morning News Bruce Chapman September 21, 2003
Bush and Blair Will Be Redeemed
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Bruce Chapman March 20, 2003
Republicans May Look at Ryan-Rubio Ticket
Discovery News Bruce Chapman April 5, 2011
Gilder, in Israel, Sees Still More Tech Inventions Coming
Discovery Blog Bruce Chapman October 25, 2009
Canada's election: moving right and moving left
Crosscut Bruce Chapman May 3, 2011
Coming Next, an Obama-Corps for America’s Youth
The elitists meeting in Aspen are concocting their latest effort at social engineering.
American Spectator Bruce Chapman June 25, 2013
Huge Response to Samizdat Article the Darwinists Tried to Suppress
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman September 7, 2005
Gilder Article in The American Spectator: "The Arab Debt to Jewish Settlement"
Discovery News Bruce Chapman May 28, 2011
The New York Times Makes Progress on the Controversy (But Needs to Make More)
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman August 22, 2005
State's growing tourism industry offers employment promise
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 22, 1995
Republicans Said What They'd Do, and Did What They Said
Bruce Chapman August 6, 1996
The Issues Behind Filegate; It's Not Just a "Bureaucratic Snafu"
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 28, 1996
Campaign Finance: Beware that the cure does not become the disease
A Scandal Guide for the Perplexed
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 14, 1997
From Pig War to Fish War, Not Enough Progress
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 25, 1997
Why the Wild Dancing at the Tax Cut Follies?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 1, 1997
Sex and the Art of Lionizing Skunks
Bruce Chapman January 31, 1997
The PR Man Who Made Seattle a Great City
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 10, 1996
A New Social Contract for America
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 10, 1996
Can the Church Take the Lead? Saving Marriages and Preventing Divorce
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman March 7, 1997
The Reality of Drugs Belies a Cartoon-style Answer
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 4, 1996
"Endless campaign a poor way to choose a president"
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 15, 1995
Seattle's Future: Forward Thrust or Bust?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 20, 1995
They're Attacking Dale Foreman to Defeat His Ideas
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 30, 1996
Washington State history often neglects this heroic Puget Sound country pioneer
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman February 23, 1996
The Teaching of History? "It's History!"
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 11, 1997
A Modest Proposal: Should We Change Our Minds About Infanticide?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 21, 1997
It's time to curb America's appetite for lawsuits
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 8, 1995
Republicans Said What They'd Do, and Did What They Said
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 9, 1996
God and Science Are Back in the News, and Deservedly So. (Part 1 of 3)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 16, 1997
Converging Trends Demand a Clear US Foreign Policy
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 31, 1997
The new generations are the best news yet
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 12, 1997
What's So Scandalous About the Gingrich College Course?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 2, 1997
Cold War Deserves its Own Monument and Museum
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 19, 1997
Mistrust" of Political System Begins with Poor Education
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman February 16, 1996
Behind the Syria Headlines
Discovery News Bruce Chapman June 16, 2012
William L. Pierce, R.I.P.
President, Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman January 13, 2004
No More Left for Defense, Foreign Policy
Discovery News Bruce Chapman June 29, 2012
On the 2000 Census
Testimony to Congressional Committee
Congressional Testimony Bruce Chapman February 29, 1996
Yes, Putin has Allies
Discovery News Bruce Chapman March 24, 2014
Film Will Spark Much Needed Debate
Discovery News Bruce Chapman May 29, 2012
Lessons of Rioting -- Look to the Funders Behind the Riots
The Washington Times Bruce Chapman August 7, 2000
A Classic Evolution Policy Blunder
The American Spectator Bruce Chapman August 4, 2010
Economic Conservatism and Social Conservatism are "Indivisible"
Discovery News Bruce Chapman February 8, 2010
Let's Not Be Distracted From The Dangers Ahead
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman April 27, 2004
America needs a census we can count on
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 6, 1997
This 'Aint Texas, "Sun," It's Cascadia
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 14, 1996
Legislature Must Master A-B-C's of School Reform
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman February 9, 1996
Little Chile May Save Your Economic Future--and America's
Bruce Chapman April 7, 1997
How do you Play Cards with China?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 5, 1996
The Controversial Test of What Constitutes a True Charter School
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 27, 1996
Tithing tax break offers better reform
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 22, 1995
Character Is Not an Issue (No, Of Course Not!)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 17, 1996
Sorry, Canada, once again we didn't really mean it
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 6, 1996
Nation Set for a "Teach-in" on Budget and Taxes
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 12, 1996
Is It Government's Job to Police Political "Lies"?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 6, 1992
The Greatest Political Idea of All Time
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 4, 1997
Nation's Capital Lists its New Year's "Irresolutions"
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 10, 1997
The Danger of Ethnic Nationalism is Not Unique to Quebec
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 3, 1995
Racial Tallies will serve only to divide us more
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman February 29, 1996
We Love Frank Raines, But Hold the Champagne on the Budget Deal
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 9, 1997
Just Because it is Called "Reform" Doesn't Mean It's Progress;
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman April 7, 1997
The Pundits' Crystal Ball Says:
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 28, 1995
Public Access TV is More than a Sexy Issue:(or, Norman, what is that on channel 29?)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 15, 1997
The Results of Attacks on America's Political Parties Were Predicted
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 26, 1996
Please, Mr. President and Congress, A Shorter Campaign Next Time
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 27, 1997
Government Privatization: There's Gold in Them Thar Bills
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 20, 1996
A Cheaper, Surer Way to Fund and Build Public Projects
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 24, 1997
To Succeed, Seattle Should Share the Olympics
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 6, 1997
Region Continues to Pay for Failure in US-Canada Relations
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 3, 1997
A "Loopy " Transit Idea that Makes Sense
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 17, 1997
Biblical Hi-Jinks in a Crucial Court Opinion
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 1, 2000
Can Seattle continue to charm the technology muse?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 6, 1996
Think tanks instrumental weapons in conservative arsenal
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 24, 1995
Warning: "SILLY" is Taking Over the National Agenda
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 20, 1997
Slighting Shakespeare
Teaching the Bard in the Pacific Northwest
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 12, 1997
Norm Rice is ill-suited for nasty atmosphere of other Washington
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman December 20, 1996
Who Says "Visionary" is a Bad Word?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman September 12, 1997
Materialism's Slipping Hold on Science and Culture. (Part 2 of 3)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 22, 1997
Academic Freedom at Risk in Science Debate. (Part 3 of 3)
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 30, 1997
Budget and tax issues could land Kemp vice-presidential slot
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 19, 1996
Over-Regulation of Phones Now Leading to Hidden Taxes
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 26, 1997
Military's Forgotten Women Battle Social Engineers
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 12, 1997
Why "MOM" Joins "POP" to Combat Crime
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman April 11, 1997
Congress Should Seek Out Sources of Worsening Military Morale
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman June 7, 1996
Meaningless Modern Myths Mislead America
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman May 17, 1996
The place to slow illegal Mexican immigration is in Mexico
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 5, 1996
One Politician Whose Character Counted
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 17, 1997
They're All Guilty of Politics; So What?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman January 17, 1996
Intelligent Design vs. Materialism
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman November 14, 1997
Higher Ed Outburst Proves Critics Right
Discovery News Bruce Chapman July 12, 2012
Feisty Philippines "Tiger Cub" Merits New Respect
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman November 27, 1997
What Laws Should Govern the Internet?
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 20, 1995
The Networks May Boycott the Conventions? Good!
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 26, 1996
Give Ronald Reagan the Nobel Peace Prize
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman August 8, 1997
Why God Can't Get a Speaking Part in Hollywood
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman April 4, 1996
Ross Perot best characterized as leader of Anti-Reform Party
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman July 26, 1996
Horrible news for newsies
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman October 31, 1997
It's time to put warning labels on everything
Seattle P-I Bruce Chapman April 25, 1996
Put a Lid on It:
Covering Parts of I-5 Will Relieve Gridlock, Reconnect Neighborhoods
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Bruce Agnew May 18, 2003
Looking Down the Road at Transportation Solutions
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Bruce Agnew November 1, 2002
Scopes trial symbolism holds today
The Daily Oklahoman Bruce Chapman and Jay W. Richards August 26, 2000
Are the Darwinists Afraid to Debate Us?
We want a discussion of ideas
Dallas Morning News Bruce Chapman and John West April 10, 2007
A plan for recovery of the iffy economy
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Stephen C. Meyer December 28, 2000
Darwin Would Love This Debate
Seattle Times Bruce Chapman and Stephen C. Meyer June 10, 2002
Why the Santorum Language Should Guide State Science Education Standards
Discovery Institute Bruce Chapman, David DeWolf April 26, 2002
It's Time to Decentralize the Power Grid
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman, David Klinghoffer December 27, 2006
The Cascadia Connection
The Seattle Times Bruce Chapman, Glenn Pascall and Bruce Agnew July 25, 1999
The Scientific Status of Design Inferences
4Truth.Net Science Bruce L. Gordon May 1, 2009
GORDON: Hawking irrational arguments
Theoretical physicist takes leave of his senses
The Washington Times Bruce L. Gordon October 5, 2010
Why Quantum Theory Does Not Support Materialism
4Truth.Net Science Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
The Scientific Status of Design Inferences
4Truth.Net Science Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D. May 1, 2009
The Divine Comedy: Dawkins' Disco Inferno
Discovery Institute Bruce L. Gordon, Ph.D. April 21, 2008
As traffic worsens, economic reality could take its toll
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey March 10, 1999
The Implicit Conservatism of 'Lord of the Rings'
The Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey January 28, 2004
Congestion Pricing - What It Isn't
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey April 10, 2008
Book Review: The evolution of Darwin's bad influence
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey January 20, 2008
We're Slowly Moving Toward Getting Best Value From Our Roads
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey September 5, 2007
Hey, They Had an Election in Canada
The Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey October 15, 2008
Better Living - Through Slime
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey October 29, 2008
Dissecting The Debate Over Seattle's Viaduct
Seattle Times Bruce Ramsey August 25, 2004
A review of Uncommon Dissent
CaliforniaRepublic.org Bruce Thornton August 16, 2004
Foot Ferry Of The Future
KOMO-4 TV Bryan Johnson May 8, 2008
Another Delay For Alaskan Way Viaduct Decision
KOMO 4 TV Bryan Johnson December 31, 2008
Is America Ready To Drive Electric?
Time Magazine Bryan Walsh September 16, 2008
Darwinism: Science or Philosophy
Foundation for Thought and Ethics Buell, Jon and Hearn, Virginia January 1, 1994
More federal rail money for state, and what about some train-building jobs?
Crosscut By C.B. Hall December 10, 2010
Incorporate Controversy into the Curriculum
Atlanta Journal Constitution By STEPHEN C. MEYER and JOHN ANGUS CAMPBELL February 15, 2004
Intelligent Design and Peer Review
A Response to Eugenie Scott and the NCSE
Discovery Institute By William A. Dembski November 1, 2003
Boehner / Chabot Letter to Ohio Dept. of Education
Boehner & Chabot By: Rep. Boehner & Rep. Chabot March 15, 2002
A Warning to a World in Peril
The Cutting Edge C. John McCloskey February 28, 2011
The Last Will of C. S. Lewis
C. S. Lewis January 1, 1985
What's A DMU And Is One Coming To Bellingham?
Whatcom Independent C.B. HALL June 24, 2005
Everett rail summit: plenty of vision, but money is still down the line
Crosscut C.B. Hall June 8, 2011
Kingston-Seattle ferry bounces on iffy financial seas
Crosscut C.B. Hall November 4, 2011
More trains for NW may mean no more service
Crosscut C.B. Hall November 11, 2011
They call it 'public transit' but some riders get left behind
Crosscut C.B. Hall March 14, 2012
Amtrak's Vancouver train gets a reprieve
Crosscut C.B. Hall October 15, 2010
State seeks ways to pay for transportation
Crosscut C.B. Hall November 30, 2011
Amtrak to Vancouver faces a bureaucratic hurdle
Crosscut C.B. Hall September 22, 2010
Canada relents on cash demands for late Amtrak run from Seattle
Crosscut C.B. Hall August 17, 2011
Rail or Trail? Eastsiders gather in Woodinville to sip wine and talk trains
Crosscut C.B. Hall January 28, 2013
Legislators counter Gregoire's ferry plan with one of their own
Crosscut C.B. Hall January 24, 2011
Uncertainty hangs over foot ferries' future on Seattle waterfront
Crosscut C.B. Hall May 24, 2012
Eastside rail: The Humpty Dumpty of Northwest transportation
Crosscut C.B. Hall November 13, 2012
Slippery slopes: Can we mudproof Northwest rail?
Crosscut C.B. Hall January 29, 2013
King County buys itself a railroad track
The county plans to purchase a big chunk of the Eastside rail line. What next?
Crosscut C.B. Hall December 13, 2012
Georgia School Board OKs Alternatives to Evolution
CNN.com CNN Staff September 27, 2002
How to Explain Irreducible Complexity -- A Lab Manual
Discovery Institute CSC Fellows April 7, 2006
'Intelligent design': What do scientists fear?
Show Transcript
USA TODAY: Common Ground Cal Thomas & Bob Beckel November 30, 2005
Official says safer Iraq is good investment for Wash.
The Spectator Cameron Drews October 5, 2011
2010 group on target
Calgary Sun Cameron Mawell March 26, 2004
Pa. Scientist Again Attacks Evolution
The Philadelphia Inquirer Cameron Wybrow August 19, 2007
Rhetoric & Public Affairs
Michigan State University Press Campbell, John Angus January 1, 1998
Darwinism, Design, and Public Education
Michigan State University Press Campbell, John Angus and Meyer, Stephen C. January 1, 2003
Climate At Top Of Agenda For Schwarzenegger's Vancouver Visit
The Province CanWest News Services May 27, 2007
Census Nominee’s Full Plate
The Wall Street Journal Carl Bialik June 8, 2013
Israel's Other War
Townhall.com Carl Horowitz September 12, 2009
Nature's Diverstity Beyond Evolution
San Francisco Chronicle Carl T. Hall March 17, 2002
Science and Christianity
Four Views
InterVarsity Press Carlson, Richard F. October 1, 2000
Water Traffic Gets Year Reprieve From Canada Passport Requirement
The Seattle Times Carol Pucci August 14, 2006
Merchants Want To Bury Alaskan Way Viaduct
Puget Sound Business Journal Carol Tice October 8, 2004
Caroline Crocker: Intellectual Freedom Must Include Conservative Professors, Scientists
The Examiner Caroline Crocker June 30, 2008
Gilder Book a "Unique Contribution"
The Jerusalem Post Caroline Glick September 10, 2009
Here Come The Plug-in Hybrid-Electric Cars
Crosscut Carolyn McConnell January 9, 2008
Put People, Children's Voices First On Seattle Waterfront
Seattle Times Cary Bozeman April 29, 2009
Facts About Seattle's Tunnel Choice
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center October 22, 2009
State, King County, City Should Keep Tunnel Option
Letter to Governor, King County Executive, Mayor
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center December 3, 2008
Cascadia statement on the continuation of second train to Vancouver
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center October 15, 2010
Transportation advocates applaud state's receipt of federal high-speed rail funding
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center January 28, 2010
Cascadia Center statement on U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border Agreement
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center December 8, 2011
Cascadia Center director Bruce Agnew on decision to keep Eastside corridor in public domain
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center November 6, 2009
High-Speed Rail in the Cascadia Corridor
Sessions in Vancouver and Portland Advance Cause
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center July 27, 2010
Cascadia Says Tunnel Still Makes Sense
Letter to the Viaduct Stakeholders Advisory Committee
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center November 20, 2008
Cascadia statement on permanent fee waiver for second train
Cascadia Center of Discovery Institute Cascadia Center August 17, 2011
Rail research reports released
Cascadia Center supports WCOG in regional overview
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center October 5, 2011
Cascadia Center's Earling Testifies Before House and Senate Transportation Committees
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center Staff January 24, 2006
Cascadia Center's Till Testifies Before State Transportation Commission
Cascadia Center Cascadia Center Staff January 17, 2006
Fast, Affordable & Green: A Regional Transportation Discussion Brief
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff November 7, 2007
Study Shows Eastside Rail Line Can Support Interurban Rail
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff November 21, 2007
Prop. 1 Defeat: News & Opinion Round-up
Puget Sound Transportation - What Next?
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff November 12, 2007
City, County, Port To Run Year-Long Test Of PHEVs
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff October 25, 2007
KOMO-AM 1000 Interview of Bruce Agnew, on Eastside Rail Proposal
KOMO-AM 1000 Cascadia Staff November 8, 2007
Remaining Transportation Challenges For Puget Sound
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff November 5, 2008
FOOT FERRIES: MORE!
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff February 10, 2008
EASTSIDE RAIL: MORE!
Cascadia Center Web Site Cascadia Staff February 4, 2008
County Foot-Ferry Tax Proposed
Cascadia Center Cascadia Staff October 16, 2007
Darwin’s Poisoned Tree: Atheistic Advocacy and the Constitutionality of Teaching Evolution in Public Schools
Trinity Law Review Casey Luskin March 1, 2016
It's Constitutional But Not Smart to Teach Intelligent Design in Schools
Schools should teach the flaws in Darwinian theory rather than plugging intelligent design
Beliefnet.com Casey Luskin November 1, 2005
A Slightly Technical Introduction to Intelligent Design: Biology, Physics, Mathematics, and Information Theory
IDEA Center Casey Luskin March 1, 2016
Intelligent design (ID) has scientific merit because it uses the scientific method to make its claims and infers design by testing its positive predictions
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
The Constitutionality of Academic Freedom Legislation
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy Casey Luskin September 1, 2009
Intelligent Design Is Peer-Reviewed, but Is Peer-Review a Requirement of Good Science?
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin February 15, 2012
Principled (not Rhetorical) Reasons Why Intelligent Design Doesn't Identify the Designer
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin October 31, 2007
An Introduction to Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin August 21, 2015
Believe It Or Not
Review of The Language of Science and Faith: Straight Answers to Genuine Questions
Touchstone Magazine Casey Luskin September 17, 2012
A Scientific Analysis of Karl Giberson and Francis Collins' The Language of Science and Faith
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin June 1, 2011
Response to Barbara Forrest's Kitzmiller Account
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin January 1, 2007
Every Bit Digital: DNA’s Programming Really Bugs Some ID Critics
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin March 29, 2010
Signs of Desperation? Early Responses to Signature in the Cell Are Easily Dismissed
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin March 29, 2010
Standard Makes Darwin Unassailable
Polk County Ledger Casey Luskin February 18, 2008
A Response to Dr. Dawkins' "The Information Challenge"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin October 4, 2007
Whose "War" Is It, Anyway?:
Exposing Chris Mooney's Attack on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin September 15, 2006
Defenders Of The Evolutionary ‘Consensus’ Could Benefit From More Fact Checking
TheBlaze Casey Luskin August 27, 2014
Intelligent Design and the Origin of Biological Information: A Response to Dennis Venema
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin October 3, 2011
All Sides of the Issue Belong in Classroom
Philadelphia Inquirer Casey Luskin September 28, 2005
Darwin’s Dilemma: Evolutionary Elite Choose Censorship over Scientific Debate
CNSNews.com Casey Luskin October 14, 2009
Darwin, Intelligent Design, and Freedom of Discovery on Evolutionists' Holy Day
U.S. News & World Report Casey Luskin February 10, 2009
New England Journal of Medicine Traipses Into the Kitzmiller Decision
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin June 14, 2006
Do Car Engines Run on Lugnuts? A Response to Ken Miller & Judge Jones's Straw Tests of Irreducible Complexity for the Bacterial Flagellum
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin April 19, 2006
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.
Christian Science Monitor Casey Luskin December 16, 2010
Deity Added
Theistic Evolution Is Nearly as Problematic as Atheistic Darwinism
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin October 16, 2012
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
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
A Partisan Affair: A Response to Edward Humes’ Inaccurate History of Kitzmiller v. Dover and Intelligent Design, "Monkey Girl"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin December 26, 2008
Preparing Students to Intelligently Question Darwin This Fall
The Church Report Casey Luskin October 5, 2009
What's Up with Ronald Numbers? An Analysis of the Darwinist Metanarrative in the Journal of Clinical Investigation
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin June 29, 2006
Responding to Criticisms of Irreducible Complexity of the Bacterial Flagellum from the Australian Broadcasting Network
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin July 24, 2015
What Is Intelligent Design?
Human Events Casey Luskin December 12, 2005
DNA Trash Talk
Questions for Jonathan Wells on The Myth of Junk DNA
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin September 19, 2011
Intelligent Design Demoted
David Coppedge v. Jet Propulsion Laboratory et al.
Liberty Legal Journal Casey Luskin September 7, 2010
Kenneth Miller, Michael Behe, and the Irreducible Complexity of the Blood Clotting Cascade Saga
EvolutionNews.org Casey Luskin January 1, 2010
Eyeballing Design
"Biomimetics" Exposes Attacks on ID as Poorly Designed
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin December 20, 2011
Academic freedom and evolution
San Diego Union Tribune Casey Luskin March 5, 2008
The Selman v. Cobb County Board of Education Lawsuit, Josh Rosenau, and the Legality of “Singling Out Evolution”
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin March 30, 2011
What 'Ida' give for a missing link
Washington D.C. Examiner and San Francisco Examiner Casey Luskin June 8, 2009
The Top Ten Scientific Problems with Biological and Chemical Evolution
More than Myth Casey Luskin February 20, 2015
Does Challenging Darwin Create Constitutional Jeopardy? A Comprehensive Survey of Case Law Regarding the Teaching of Biological Origins
Hamline University Law Review Casey Luskin June 15, 2009
Let There Be Open Debate Over Evolution
Tampa Tribune Casey Luskin February 18, 2008
The Facts about Intelligent Design: A Response to the National Academy of Sciences' Science, Evolution, and Creationism
Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness (IDEA) Center Casey Luskin January 15, 2008
Sci-Fact or Sci-Fi?
What We Won't Learn from Hyped-Up Science News Headlines
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin September 1, 2011
Zeal for Darwin's House Consumes Them: How Supporters of Evolution Encourage Violations of the Establishment Clause
Liberty University Law Review Casey Luskin August 9, 2010
Answering Massimo Pigliucci's Critique of Icons of Evolution
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin July 28, 2014
Human Evolution and Common Ancestry: Following The Evidence
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin May 25, 2012
Prepared Remarks by Casey Luskin, Discovery Institute, for Press Conference on Florida Academic Freedom Act
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin March 12, 2008
Darwinian Dictates
WORLD Magazine Casey Luskin August 23, 2013
Specious Speciation: The Myth of Observed Large-Scale Evolutionary Change
Response to TalkOrigins' "Observed Instances of Speciation" FAQ
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin January 25, 2012
Let's restore civility to the debate on evolution and intelligent design
Washington D.C. Examiner Casey Luskin November 13, 2009
Bio-Mechanics
Don't the Intricacy & Ubiquity of Molecular Machines Provide Evidence for Design?
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin March 9, 2012
Scientocracy Rules
Creating Consensus Is the PC Way to Get Smart
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin December 1, 2009
Michael Shermer's Fact-Free Attack on 'Expelled' Exposes Intolerance of Darwinists towards Pro-Intelligent Design Scientists
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin April 18, 2008
Has Science Shown That We Evolved from Ape-like Creatures?
Salvo magazine Casey Luskin September 26, 2013
At a Loss: How Can Critics Still Not See That ID Research Programs Exist?
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin June 16, 2011
Logged Out
Problems with the Tree of Life
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin November 25, 2013
Is "Evolution" a "Theory" or "Fact" or Is This Just a Trivial Game of Semantics?
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin July 28, 2008
A Primer on the Tree of Life
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin May 12, 2009
The NCSE, Judge Jones, and Citation Bluffs About the Origin of New Functional Genetic Information
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin March 2, 2010
Heckler's Veto: Latest Tool To Suppress Dissent From Darwinism On College Campuses
The College Fix Casey Luskin October 24, 2013
Future of Conservatism: Darwin or Design?
Human Events Casey Luskin December 12, 2005
Another Icon of Evolution: The Darwinian Myth of Human "Tails"
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin May 22, 2014
(Not) Making the Grade: An Evaluation of 22 Recent Biology Textbooks and Their Use of Selected Icons of Evolution
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin November 21, 2011
A Brief History of Intelligent Design
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
ID Does Not Address Religious Claims About the Supernatural
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
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)
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin January 31, 2007
Origins of Life Revisited
University of Virginia Magazine Casey Luskin December 21, 2006
The Constitutionality and Pedagogical Benefits of Teaching Evolution Scientifically
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy Casey Luskin May 6, 2010
How Kenneth Miller Used Smoke-and-Mirrors at Kitzmiller to Misrepresent Michael Behe on the Irreducible Complexity of the Blood-Clotting Cascade
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin January 2, 2009
Intelligent Design Has Scientific Merit in Paleontology
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
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
Evolution News & Views Casey Luskin July 2, 2007
ID is Constitutional and has Educational and Legal Merit
OpposingViews.com Casey Luskin September 8, 2008
Intelligent Design Proponents Toil More than the Critics: A Response to Wesley Elsberry and Jeffrey Shallit
Intelligent Design & Evolution Awareness Center Casey Luskin July 1, 2010
What do Modern Textbooks Really Say about Haeckel's Embryos?
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin March 27, 2007
Molecular Machines in the Cell
Discovery Institute Casey Luskin June 11, 2010
Barking Up the Wrong Tree
Salvo Magazine Casey Luskin & Logan Paul Gage May 16, 2008
"Wedge II" Discovery at Discovery Dumpster Reveals Theocracy Plan
The Oracle Herald Cassandra July 28, 2005
Evolution Backers, Critics Claim Victory in Science Standards
Cleveland Plain Dealer Catherine Candisky December 11, 2002
Ohioans Don't Want Evolution Only
Columbus Dispatch Catherine Candisky May 10, 2002
Human Exceptionalism in the Grocery Cart
Daily Caller Cathy Cleaver Ruse October 1, 2013
Knowledge and Power (and Surprise)
The Cato Institute Cato Institute Daily Podcast December 12, 2013
United Under God
National Catholic Register Celeste Behe September 28, 2012
Ohio Science Standards Resource Page
Information on the Critical Analysis of Evolution Science Curriculum
Discovery Institute Center for Science & Culture February 14, 2006
Unlocking the Mystery of Life to Air in Miami, Cleveland, & New York City
Discovery Institute Center for Science & Culture June 20, 2003
Nobel for Obama Injurious to America and its Allies?
One News Now Chad Groening October 15, 2009
High-Speed Rail Would Save Oil, Create Jobs, Study Finds
Government Technology Chad Vander Veen June 18, 2010
Late train from Seattle to Vancouver, B.C., to stay on track
KPLU Charla Bear August 18, 2011
Human Rights:
Blessed by God or Begrudged by Government?
Los Angeles Times Charles B. Thaxton, Stephen C. Meyer December 27, 1987
Open debate on Intelligent Design
Springfield News Leader Charles C. Haynes June 1, 2005
Constitutional Scholar Supports Teaching the Controversy
Other Voices - Darwin under fire (again): Intelligent design vs. evolution
Missouri Valley Times Charles C. Haynes, First Amendment Center Senior Scholar December 16, 2004
California v. Gnatcatcher?
Audobon, Volume 97, Number 1, January-February 1995 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer January 1, 1995
Conservation Biology
A Species' Fate, By the Numbers
Science, Volume 284, Number 5411, 2 Apr 1999, pp 36 - 37 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer April 2, 1999
Can Science Rescue Salmon?
Science, Volume 289, Number 5480, Issue of 4 Aug 2000, pp. 716-719 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer August 4, 2000
A Look at New Approaches to Conservation
Grass-roots Seeds of Compromise
The Washington Post Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer October 11, 1998
Ecology
Qualified Thumbs Up for Habitat Plan Science
Science, Volume 278, Number 5346, 19 Dec 1997, pp. 2052 - 2053 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer December 19, 1997
Ecology
Call for 'Sustainability' in Forests Sparks a Fire
Science, Volume 283, Number 5410, 26 Mar 1999, pp. 1996 - 1998 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer March 26, 1999
The Other H's
Science, Volume 289, Number 5480, Issue of 4 Aug 2000, p. 718 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer August 4, 2000
Endangered Salmon
Army Corps Seized by Dam Indecision
Science, Volume 287, Number 5450, 7 Jan 2000, p 27 Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer January 7, 2000
Science on TV Evolves:
Intelligent Design Hits Prime Time
BreakPoint.org Charles Colson June 9, 2003
Fences for Tearing Down:
The War of Science and Religion
BreakPoint Commentary #000724 Charles Colson July 24, 2000
Good News from Ohio: Teaching the Controversy
BreakPoint with Charles Colson Charles Colson March 13, 2004
Coming Soon to a Hospital Near You
‘Futile-Care’ and the Culture of Death
BreakPoint Charles Colson January 14, 2003
Taming Beasts: Raising the Moral Status of Dogs Has Created a Breed of Snarling, Dangerous Humans
Christianity Today Charles Colson with Anne Morse April 3, 2003
Robert Pennock's Book of Babel
A Review of Robert Pennock's Tower of Babel (Part II)
Discovery Institute Charles DeWolf July 3, 2000
Robert Pennock's Book of Babel:
A Review of Robert Pennock's Tower of Babel (Part I)
Discovery Institute Charles DeWolf July 3, 2000
Fellow Launches Capitol Blog
John Wohlstetter's New Blog Explores Big Issues of the Day
Discovery Institute Charles Ganske July 13, 2005
Russia's Clout in World Energy Market
Real Clear Politics Charles Ganske July 24, 2006
New Blog Fills Void in U.S. Media Coverage of Russian Affairs
Discovery Institute Charles Ganske July 12, 2005
Money, Not Geopolitics, Drives Russian Energy Policy
World Politics Watch Charles Ganske January 24, 2007
Solzhenitsyn Foresaw Tests of Western Courage
World Politics Watch Charles Ganske September 22, 2006
Government Rules Stymie Broadband Expansion
Puget Sound Business Journal Charles Ganske January 13, 2006
Reporters Without Borders Wrong on Press Freedom in Russia
World Politics Watch Charles Ganske October 31, 2006
How Billionaires Can Build Bridges to the Middle Class
The wealthy should consider a new target for their philanthropy: public works.
The Wall Street Journal Charles Landow and Courtney Lobel October 17, 2011
Federal Help For Viaduct Sought: Mayor, Others Go To D.C. To Build Case For Replacing Structure
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Charles Pope May 6, 2004
West Coast Cities Charged By DOE Grant
Sustainable Industries Charles Redell August 6, 2009
A New Design Argument
Cosmic Pursuit Charles Thaxton March 1, 1998
Theoretical Clay Feet
Eternity Charles Thaxton January 1, 1998
Smithsonian exercising viewpoint discrimination?
OneNewsNow Charlie Butts October 18, 2009
Is Denial of Life-Saving Care for Mentally Disabled Girl a Sign of Things to Come?
National Catholic Register Charlotte Hays February 1, 2012
WTA Proposes New Trans-County Transit Service
Whatcom Independent Chelle Davidson July 7, 2005
WTA Proposes New Trans-County Transit Service
Whatcom Independent Chelle Davidson July 5, 2005
We Need Congestion Relief And Safety
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Cheryl Pflug November 21, 2007
What You Ought To Be Reading: The Devil's Delusion
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune April 14, 2008
Judges, Let's Show Some Restraint
Seattle Times Chris Bayley May 9, 2006
Maintain the Justice Model Norm Maleng Perpetuated
Seattle Times Chris Bayley June 1, 2007
Reflecting On The Time When Seattle Police Crossed The Line
Seattle Times Chris Bayley January 25, 2007
Think Tank Fuels Debate on Evolution
The Post and Courier Chris Dixon March 5, 2006
Investigators: Tunnel trouble in Seattle
King 5 Investigators Chris Ingalls February 9, 2004
Standards should treat evolution honestly
Star-Tribune Chris L. Thomas & Seth Cooper November 30, 2003
Intelligent Design: Relevant to Science
The Minnesota Daily Chris Macosko November 1, 2005
New 520 Bridge May Mean Tolls On I-90, Too
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann April 9, 2007
Gregoire Delays Viaduct Verdict Again - Final Proposal To Be Made To Legislature In January
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann December 30, 2008
State: Viaduct Must Be Replaced
City Won't Get Funding In 'No Build' Alternative
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann April 20, 2006
Sources: Viaduct To Be Replaced With Tunnel
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann January 12, 2009
Planting Seeds For Biofuel
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann February 20, 2006
Senate Plan For Gas Tax Increase Unvelied
15 cents over 12 years; replacing viaduct and 520 span are priorities
The Seattle P-I Chris McGann April 5, 2005
Legislature OKs Transit, Viaduct Plan, Adjourns
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Chris McGann and Jason McBride March 9, 2006
Jewish Brain Power Fuels Israeli Technology
CBN Chris Mitchell September 28, 2009
I-90 Project Near Snoqualmie Expected To Improve Safety
Tri-City Herald Chris Mulick October 20, 2005
Stein turns the tables on Darwinists
Los Angeles Daily News Chris Weinkopf April 19, 2008
Interview with Phillip Johnson about The Wedge of Truth
Christianbook.com Christianbook.com August 14, 2000
Intelligent Design Case Judge Likely To Use "Lemon Test'
Jones to decide whether Dover has secular or religious motivation.
Allentown Morning Call Christina Gostomski October 31, 2005
Focus on Bringing Broadband to All of Florida
Florida Sun-Sentinel Christina Johnson March 20, 2011
Trial Puts Dover Debate in National Spotlight
Other states, media watch closely as local case heads to court
The York Dispatch Christina Kauffman September 23, 2005
Murder Suspect: I Was Just Helping Victim Commit Suicide
Seattle Times Christine Clarridge September 14, 2010
Murder Suspect: I Was Just Helping Victim Commit Suicide
Seattle Times Christine Clarridge September 14, 2010
Letter From Governors Gregoire And Kulongoski To DOT Sec. LaHood On High Speed Rail Grants
Cascadia Center Christine Gregoire, Ted Kulongoski May 11, 2009
"Expelled": Jewish Intellectuals Challenge Tyranny of Darwinism
An Afternoon with Dr. David Berlinski
The Remnant Christopher A. Ferrara June 2, 2008
Talking with Dinosaurs
Sunday Telegraph Christopher Booker August 7, 2005
USDOT Nominee Urges Role for Private Sector
Wall Street Journal Christopher Conkey January 21, 2009
For Amtrak, The Climate Changes
Wall Street Journal Christopher Conkey, Daniel Machalaba October 31, 2007
Ferries Would Spur Growth, Planners Agree
Bremerton Sun Christopher Dunagan October 6, 2003
When the Lines Were Drawn:
How the Scopes Trial Reshaped Science, Religion and Politics.
Wall Street Journal Christopher Levenick August 5, 2005
Zogby Poll: Most Americans Want Strengths and Weaknesses of Darwinism Taught In Schools
CNSNews.com Christopher Neefus July 13, 2009
I-5 Project Months Ahead Of Schedule
The Seattle Times Christopher Schwarzen June 16, 2006
Darwin Cartoon
Colorado Springs Gazette Chuck Asay August 6, 2002
Enforcing a Good Law: Stopping Sexual Slavery
BreakPoint.org Chuck Colson March 11, 2003
Capital Ideas
Is capitalism the cause -- or solution -- to our economic mess? One new book gives a compelling answer.
Breakpoint Chuck Colson December 15, 2010
Good News Is No News
Townhall.com Chuck Colson January 23, 2004
A landmark book about intelligent design has hit the bookstore shelves
Signature in the Cell
Breakpoint Chuck Colson September 24, 2009
Myths about 'Expelled'
Don't Believe Everything You Hear
Breakpoint Chuck Colson April 11, 2008
Deadly Trend
Breakpoint Chuck Colson March 14, 2008
Stinks to be You
BreakPoint Chuck Colson November 11, 2009
Selective Study: End of Life Treatment in Religious Patients
crosswalk.com Chuck Colson March 20, 2009
Cicero on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Cicero May 1, 2009
Harcourt warns of growth crisis
Times Colonist Cindy E. Harnett May 8, 1999
Turkey vs Israel?
A New Danger in the Middle East
Discovery Institute Claire Berlinski September 8, 2010
Ban the Burqa
National Review Claire Berlinski August 2, 2010
A Visit Inside Turkey's Islamist IHH
The Weekly Standard Claire Berlinski June 21, 2010
New Intelligent Design Conflict Hits BU
The Lariat (Baylor University) Claire St. Amant September 11, 2007
ISU Intelligent Design Prof Loses Tenure Bid
The Daily Iowan Clara Hogan February 8, 2008
Two Good Men
A pair of names to remember when thinking about Congress.
The Weekly Standard Claude R. Marx August 13, 2012
The Evolution Wars
Time Claudia Wallis August 7, 2005
Evolution and Ethics
Human Morality in Biological & Religious Perspective
William B. Eerdman Publishing Company Press Clayton, Philip and Schloss, Jeffrey P. August 1, 2004
Loosening Darwin's Grip
Citizen Magazine [Cover Story] Clem Boyd March 10, 2003
Former Atheist Says God Exists
Insight On The News Cliff Kinkaid December 21, 2004
AIM Report: Former Atheist Says God Exists
Insight On The News Cliff Kinkaid December 21, 2004
What’s Israel Got to Do with It?
National Review Clifford D. May September 3, 2009
Cobb County Teacher Guidelines:
Implementing the Board Policy on Origins Science
Cobb County, Georgia [Atlanta] Cobb County Board Of Education January 8, 2003
Cobb County Policy On Objective Origins Science
Cobb County, Georgia [Atlanta] Cobb County Board of Education September 26, 2002
Why Business Leaders Support Transportation Taxes
The Seattle Times Colin Moseley May 31, 2005
Science & Faith
Friends or Foes?
Crossway Books Collins, C. John September 1, 2003
The God of Miracles
An Exegetical Examination of God's Action in the World
Crossway Books Collins, C. John May 1, 2000
How Now Shall We Live
Tyndale Colson, Charles and Pearcey, Nancy September 1, 1999
Privileged Planet Links
Discovery Institute Compiled by Discovery Staff January 1, 2003
Endorsements of The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Compiled by Discovery Staff February 1, 2004
Questions about The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Compiled by Staff February 18, 2004
Panel Sees Problems In Ethanol Production
New York Times Cornelia Dean October 11, 2007
Cascadia's Bruce Agnew On Greening I-5
Gold Medal Improvements Planned For I-5
KOMO-AM 1000 Corwin Haeck September 19, 2007
State Considers Alternative Fuels Corridor For I-5
KOMO-AM 1000 Corwin Haeck October 21, 2008
Naturalism
A critical analysis
Routledge Craig, William Lane and Moreland, J.P. October 17, 2000
Theism, Atheism, and Big Bang Cosmology
Oxford University Press Craig, William Lane and Smith, Quentin December 1, 1993
Statement of the Cranach Institute
Protesting the Removal of William Dembski as Director of the Michael Polanyi Center at Baylor University
Cranach Institute Cranach Institute Board of Directors October 25, 2000
'Intelligent design' theory definitely belongs in biology class--as a history lesson in the evolution of thought.
MSNBC Newsweek Crispin Sartwell October 3, 2005
As high-speed rail leaves the station, is B.C. on board
Puget Sound Business Journal Curt Cherewayko July 2, 2010
Cascadian Mayors Flirt With Romance of High-Speed Rail
Business in Vancouver Curt Cherewayko June 15, 2010
Cascadian Mayors Flirt with Romance of High-speed Rail
Business in Vancouver Curt Cherewayko June 15, 2010
The Israel Test
Human Events Cynthia Grenier August 17, 2009
America's Oil Lust Means Long Middle East Involvement
Seattle Times Cynthia Tucker September 24, 2007
Privileged Planet Documentary Shows at University of South Florida
Omega News * United Services D. Thomas Porter February 1, 2005
Old MacDonald Had A Fuel . . .
The Seattle Times Dale Reiner February 14, 2007
IOC Co-ordinators Hit Town Monday
The Vancouver Province Damian Inwood March 26, 2004
Blaine train station campaign gathers steam
Peace Arch News Dan Ferguson March 28, 2012
Belief in Intelligent Design is Pure Logic
The Buffalo News Dan Mattimore January 26, 2006
Blown Away
American Spectator Dan Peterson September 15, 2009
Delusions of Scientific Adequacy
The American Spectator Dan Peterson August 22, 2008
Olympics A Natural Fit For Whistler, Boosters Say
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Dan Raley August 31, 2004
The Road More Heavily Traveled
The LA Times Dan Weikel July 5, 2004
Conservatives Restive About Bush Policies: Fresh Initiatives Sought on Iraq, Domestic Issues
The Washington Post Dana Milbank and Jonathan Weisman May 10, 2004
State Dept. Thanks Discovery Institute
US Department of State Daniel A. Russell April 26, 2010
A Vexing Problem
Disturbing developments in the area of organ transplantation
The Catholic World Report Daniel Allott July 15, 2010
Islam is Compatible with Democracy, Says Journalist
The Spectator Daniel Bentson October 12, 2011
An Interview with CSC Senior Fellow Jonathan Wells
Intelligent Design Undergraduate Research Center Daniel Cervera June 30, 2005
The Land of Silicon and Money
The Wall Street Journal - European Edition Daniel Doron May 18, 2010
A Presidency to Nowhere
Wall Street Journal Daniel Henninger January 27, 2011
Amtrak Warns It Will End Routes If New Funding Isn't Forthcoming
Wall Street Journal Daniel Machalaba February 4, 2002
Crowds Heed Amtrak's 'All Aboard'
Improved Service, Air Woes Lure Travelers in Northeast; Long Hauls Still Suffer
Wall Street Journal Daniel Machalaba August 23, 2007
Feeling Of Insecurity On Ferries
Seattle Times Danny Westneat October 15, 2004
Rail-Lovers Determined Service Will Survive
Vancouver Sun (B.C.) Daphne Bramham September 17, 2002
Fox Q13 Interviews TDP Director Hance Haney
Seattle - The Year 2013
KCPQ Fox 13 News Darren Dedo November 21, 2005
Group Wants Amtrak Recommendations Back on Track
National Journal Wire Darren Goode December 15, 2004
Intelligent Critique
Expelled adroitly addresses the dogmaticism of Darwinian theory in the scientific world.
National Review Online Dave Berg April 18, 2008
Hey Private Sector, Wanna Buy A Bridge?
Wired Dave Demergian March 23, 2009
Students Should Learn the Weak Points of Evolutionary Theory, Too
Minneapolis Star Tribune Dave Eaton April 24, 2005
Rules For Radicals
Waste what's abundant. Embrace exceptionalism. Imitate Tom Sawyer.
The Wall Street Journal Dave Kansas February 18, 2011
Technology Will End Our Oil Addiction
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Dave Reichert January 31, 2007
Dave Ross/KIRO 710 Interviews Bruce Agnew On Eastside Rail
KIRO-AM 710 Dave Ross January 17, 2008
Radio Interview of Cascadia's Bruce Agnew and Microsoft's Mark Aggar
Tolling, Traffic Technology & Public-Private Partnerships
KIRO-AM 710 Dave Ross June 25, 2008
Interview Of Bruce Agnew, on Eastside Rail
KIRO-AM 710 Dave Ross December 14, 2007
Cascadia's Bruce Agnew Discusses Deep Bore Tunnel Choice
KIRO-FM 97.3 Dave Ross Show January 13, 2009
Steve Marshall, Anne Korin, Chelsea Sexton Radio Segment
KIRO-AM 710 Dave Ross Show August 22, 2008
SR 99 Deep Bored Tunnel Costs - Radio Transcript
KIRO-FM 97.3 Dave Ross, Bruce Agnew April 28, 2009
Eastside Rail Radio Links
KIRO 710; KBCS 91.3 Dave Ross, Francesca Lyman January 17, 2008
If Gas Tax Rollback Passes, What's The State's Fallback Plan?
Kitsap Sun David Ammons January 1, 2005
A Push For Accountability In Olympia
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Ammons November 28, 2005
State Transportation Director Is Kept On Job
The Seattle P-I David Ammons December 12, 2005
Charter-school fans optimistic
Seattle Times David Ammons March 25, 2003
Gregoire, BC Premier Urge Passport Rule Hold
Leaders Fear Drop In Border Crossings
The Spokesman-Review David Ammons June 21, 2006
Inside the Mathematical Mind
New York Sun David Berlinski August 29, 2007
What Brings a World into Being?
Commentary David Berlinski March 31, 2001
On the Origins of Life
Commentary David Berlinski June 14, 2007
The King of Infinite Space: Euclid and His Elements
Publishers Weekly David Berlinski November 12, 2012
The End of Materialist Science
Forbes ASAP David Berlinski December 2, 1996
A Scientific Scandal
(Excerpts)
Commentary David Berlinski April 1, 2003
Keeping an Eye on Evolution: Richard Dawkins, a relentless Darwinian spear carrier, trips over Mount Improbable.
Review of Climbing Mount Improbable by Richard Dawkins (W. H. Norton & Company, Inc. 1996)
The Globe & Mail David Berlinski November 2, 1996
Has Darwin Met His Match?
Commentary David Berlinski December 1, 2002
The Deniable Darwin
Commentary 101, no. 6 David Berlinski June 1, 1996
God, Man and Physics
Weekly Standard David Berlinski February 18, 2002
An Open Letter to the Amazing Randi
Discovery Institute David Berlinski June 13, 2005
Einstein and Gödel
Friendship between Equals
DISCOVER David Berlinski March 1, 2002
The Scientific Embrace of Atheism
Pajamas Media David Berlinski April 28, 2008
A Scientific Scandal?
David Berlinski & Critics
Commentary David Berlinski July 8, 2003
Connecting Hitler and Darwin
Human Events David Berlinski April 18, 2008
Our Silent Partners
Discovery Institute David Berlinski August 31, 2005
All Those Darwinian Doubts
Wichita Eagle David Berlinski March 9, 2005
The Strength of Natural Selection in the Wild
Discovery Institute David Berlinski April 25, 2005
Academic Extinction:
More and More, Evolutionary Theory is Becoming Nothing More than Darwinian Mantra
The Daily Californian David Berlinski April 1, 2005
Where Physics and Politics Meet
The Weekly Standard David Berlinski November 26, 2001
A Scientific Scandal
Commentary David Berlinski March 31, 2001
The Vexing Eye
Commentary David Berlinski February 12, 2003
Lucky Jim
The Weekly Standard David Berlinski March 18, 2002
Stephen Jay Gould, 1942-2002:
In Memoriam
Discovery Institute David Berlinski May 29, 2002
Copernicus Stages A Comeback
Discovery Institute David Berlinski September 27, 2005
Vancouver 2010: Opportunity Awaits
The Seattle Times David Bowermaster February 26, 2006
A Peace Treaty For The Viaduct Wars
Crosscut David Brewster December 11, 2008
Viaduct Politicians Reach A Big Moment Of Truth
Crosscut David Brewster December 30, 2008
New Cure For Collapsing Bridges: State And Union Pension Funds
Crosscut David Brewster February 29, 2008
Could Plug-in Cars End The Age Of Oil?
Crosscut David Brewster May 10, 2007
Viaduct Decision Day Is Here
Crosscut David Brewster December 11, 2008
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.
Crosscut David Brewster August 2, 2011
Lessons from the Canadian Election
Crosscut David Brewster October 18, 2008
If Jobs Are What Bush Is After...
Washington Post David Broder May 11, 2003
A National Mobility Project
New York Times David Brooks October 31, 2008
Amended Evolution Policy OK'd
Daily Journal (Marietta, GA) David Burch September 27, 2002
Scientists Reach Out to Cobb In Support of "Disputed Views"
Daily Journal (Marietta, GA) David Burch September 21, 2002
2010 Host City Faces Array Of Challenges, But Offers Prospect Of Spectacular Games
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Crary February 23, 2006
Remarks of Sr. Fellow David DeWolf to Darby, MT School Board
Discovery Institute David DeWolf January 28, 2004
Judge Jones Follows ACLU, Ignores Contrary Facts
Discovery Institute David DeWolf December 21, 2005
Electing Judges Keeps Them Accountable
Seattle Post Intelligencer David DeWolf November 3, 2006
Judge Jones Follows ACLU, Ignores Contrary Facts
Discovery Institute David DeWolf January 1, 2005
A Comparison of Judge Jones' Opinion in Kitzmiller v. Dover with Plaintiffs� Proposed �Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law�
Discovery Institute David DeWolf & John West December 12, 2006
Legal Analysis of the Alabama House Substitute for SB 336
Discovery Institute David DeWolf, Seth Cooper, John G. West May 14, 2004
Legal Analysis of the Alabama House Substitute for SB 336
Discovery Institute David DeWolf, Seth Cooper, John G. West, May 14, 2004
Doubting Darwin
LewRockwell.com David Deming March 9, 2011
Sarah and Todd Palin and the Quiet Success of the Pro-Life Movement
National Post David Frum September 6, 2008
Darwin's theory has weaknesses; teach them, too
The News Chief David Gornoski December 14, 2007
Growth Crowding Bridge Capacity
Eastside Booms Will Make SR 520 Traffic Jams Worse Before They Get Better
King County Journal David Grant February 20, 2006
Here's Looking at Euclid
Why geometry matters in the life of the mind.
The Weekly Standard David Guaspari February 18, 2013
How to Lose Friends
The Denver Post David Harsanyi September 25, 2009
Review of The Privileged Planet
The Royal Astronomical Society David Hughes June 20, 2005
Teaching the Origins Controversy:
A Guide for the Perplexed
Special Discovery Institute Report David K. DeWolf August 20, 1999
Evolution and Dissent
Boston Globe David K. DeWolf June 11, 2007
The "Teach the Controversy" Controversy
University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy David K. DeWolf June 2, 2010
Anti-ID stance is good old intolerance again
Philadelphia Inquirer David K. DeWolf and Randall Wegner October 18, 2005
Intelligent Design Will Survive Kitzmiller v. Dover
Montana Law Review, vol. 68, no. 1 David K. DeWolf, John G. West, and Casey Luskin June 8, 2007
Charity Is an Individual Responsibility
The Forward David Klinghoffer July 18, 2007
Ghosts, Aliens and Us
Los Angeles Times David Klinghoffer December 8, 2008
Bill Buckley's Religion, And My Own
A Veteran National Review Staffer Reflects on the Towering Conservative Figure.
The Jewish Week David Klinghoffer March 5, 2008
Is There A Connection Between Hitler And Darwin?
Jewcy David Klinghoffer April 18, 2008
Saving the Conservative Soul
Don’t take the wrong lesson from Ted Haggard’s fall.
National Review David Klinghoffer November 6, 2006
We Have Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself
The Forward David Klinghoffer February 16, 2007
Tribe and Truth
Ann Coulter, Theologian
National Review David Klinghoffer October 16, 2007
Don't Doubt It
An important historic sidebar on Hitler and Darwin
National Review Online David Klinghoffer April 18, 2008
Why We Care About Darwin Wars
Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Klinghoffer January 21, 1985
Hot Lead, Summer In the City
Seattle Times David Klinghoffer August 3, 2007
Open Season for Debates
The Vermont Cynic David Klinghoffer March 17, 2009
The Alphabet of Life
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer July 7, 2009
Jews vs. Christians
First Things David Klinghoffer February 1, 2006
Much Lies Beyond the Grasp of Arrogant Atheism
The Forward David Klinghoffer November 24, 2006
Evolution's Glass Ceiling
Townhall Magazine David Klinghoffer February 26, 2008
It’s God or Darwin:
Competing designs
National Review Online David Klinghoffer December 21, 2005
The Wages of Whining
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer January 29, 2009
The Limitations of Liberal Pluralism
The Forward David Klinghoffer January 19, 2007
Tenure Trouble
Iowa State University demonstrates academia's limits to intellectual tolerance.
Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer June 8, 2007
Are Humans In God's Image? Even Darwinists like Francis Collins Say, Effectively, No
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer June 22, 2009
'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
Human Events David Klinghoffer January 6, 2010
Be Faithful and Multiply
Forward David Klinghoffer May 25, 2007
Why Black Theology Makes Sense
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer January 1, 2007
Designs on Us
Conservatives on Darwin vs. ID
National Review Online David Klinghoffer August 3, 2005
Every Good Under the Sun Must Be Paid For
The Forward David Klinghoffer September 19, 2007
Israel Must Be More Than an Emergency
The Jewish Daily Forward David Klinghoffer July 15, 2010
Prophets of the New Atheism
Seattle Times David Klinghoffer April 6, 2007
God and Men on Election Day
National Review Online David Klinghoffer August 5, 2008
Prager Shouldn't Lose His Museum Post
Los Angeles Jewish Journal David Klinghoffer February 16, 2007
'Darwin Would Put God Out of Business'
If You Have Faith in God As the Creator, You Can’t Embrace Darwinism Too, Despite What Some Scientists Claim.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer August 23, 2006
Protest David Coppedge's Persecution, Direct to NASA!
Evolution News & Views David Klinghoffer February 1, 2011
Some Scientific Views Are More Equal Than Others in America
The Washington Examiner David Klinghoffer February 19, 2011
David Klinghoffer on Michael Medved
The Michael Medved Show David Klinghoffer December 19, 2005
Defend Your Faith When It Is Blasphemed
The Forward David Klinghoffer April 20, 2007
Muslim Antisemitism Is Becoming Our Fetish
The Jewish Chronicle David Klinghoffer November 20, 2007
What’s the Matter with Kansas?
Dishonest Darwinists -- coming to a state near you.
National Review David Klinghoffer August 3, 2006
Where Religious Left Meets Right
Biblical Common Ground
National Review David Klinghoffer June 2, 2006
Judaism in the Year of Darwin
BeliefNet David Klinghoffer April 5, 2009
Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer November 20, 2008
Coulterian Contempt
A Magnificently Unapologetic Lady.
National Review David Klinghoffer June 13, 2006
Omer in America
The Jewish Daily Forward David Klinghoffer April 15, 2009
Slouching Toward Columbine: Darwin's Tree of Death
BeliefNet David Klinghoffer April 20, 2009
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.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer May 16, 2006
Borders & the Bible
It’s not the gospel according to Hillary.
National Review David Klinghoffer May 16, 2006
Waking a spiritually slumbering generation
The Church Report David Klinghoffer September 28, 2009
The Branding of a Heretic
Are religious scientists unwelcome at the Smithsonian?
The Wall Street Journal David Klinghoffer January 28, 2005
Daniel Dennett: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
Of Moabites and Mexicans
The Forward David Klinghoffer May 26, 2006
Richard Dawkins: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
Richard Dawkins's Jewish Problem
BeliefNet David Klinghoffer September 29, 2009
Book Review: Why Are Jews Liberals? by Norman Podhoretz
National Review David Klinghoffer October 19, 2009
The Israel Test
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer April 3, 2009
Happy Darwin Day!
Celebrating mankind's discovery of eugenics.
The Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer February 12, 2007
Judging Darwin and God
The Seattle Times David Klinghoffer December 23, 2005
Theocracy on Main Street?
Religious conservatives want religion in the public square, but that doesn’t mean they’re pushing theocracy.
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer September 28, 2006
Three Wise Men's Unholy Influence
The Forward David Klinghoffer June 30, 2006
Chabad Haven
National Review Online David Klinghoffer December 1, 2008
Of Al Gore, Global Warming and God
The Forward David Klinghoffer July 21, 2006
Fear Not 'Islamo-Fascism,' Nor Ahmadinejad
The Forward David Klinghoffer October 31, 2007
Secularism's Patron Saint
New York Post David Klinghoffer July 30, 2006
A Conservative Soul?
The Forward David Klinghoffer October 13, 2006
I’m a Reformist Conservative – and I Doubt Darwin
Frum Forum David Klinghoffer November 11, 2010
The Authority Deficit
The Forward David Klinghoffer August 15, 2007
Faith & Terror
Where some agree with Osama
The New York Post David Klinghoffer February 25, 2007
James's Faith
The pragmatist who understood the value of religion
The Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer September 29, 2007
'Science Says' Is Now Just Another Special Interest Claim
Human Events David Klinghoffer January 6, 2011
Wayward Religious Reconcilers
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer November 8, 2006
Rudy of the Good Book?
Neocon war problem
National Review David Klinghoffer October 31, 2007
Savaged
A radio-talk-show host pulls a fast one on fans?
National Review David Klinghoffer October 23, 2006
Call Them Ishmael
The Forward David Klinghoffer September 22, 2006
The Martin Gaskell Case: Not an Isolated Insident
National Review David Klinghoffer February 3, 2011
The Da Vinci Protocols
Jews Should Worry About Dan Brown’s Success.
National Review David Klinghoffer May 5, 2006
Get Rich And Prosper
Forward David Klinghoffer December 29, 2006
"Don't Blame Darwinism for Hitler! Blame Christianity!"
Jewcy.com David Klinghoffer April 30, 2008
Before the Fall
National Review David Klinghoffer December 18, 2006
The Heavy Hand of Darwinist Orthodoxy
Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer February 12, 2007
Toward Theological Evolution
Forward David Klinghoffer August 12, 2005
Oh, the Humanity!
What's Really "Disgusting" and "Disgraceful."
National Review David Klinghoffer August 31, 2007
Unintelligent Design: Hostility Toward Religious Believers at the Nation's Museum
National Review David Klinghoffer August 18, 2005
The Dark Side of Darwinism
The Huffington Post David Klinghoffer July 2, 2010
Richard M. Weaver, Conservative Intellectual Icon and Darwin-Doubter
Evolution News & Views David Klinghoffer May 26, 2010
Preserved Memories of Wisdom
Human Life Review David Klinghoffer June 1, 2012
A Judgment Observed Does Not a Theocracy Make
The Forward David Klinghoffer August 18, 2006
Treat Illness With a Dose of Thoughtfulness
The Forward David Klinghoffer June 13, 2007
A "Heretic" in Jewish Terms? Someone Who Denies Intelligent Design
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer August 12, 2009
Christianity's Fertile Roots
Claremont Institute David Klinghoffer July 12, 2007
Al Qaeda's Path of Destruction
The New York Post David Klinghoffer September 10, 2006
Darwin’s Jews
The Jewish Week David Klinghoffer February 24, 2006
In Search of a Liberating 'Jewish Mystique'
Forward David Klinghoffer February 17, 2006
The Dark Side of Darwinism
The Huffington Post David Klinghoffer July 2, 2010
When and Why Anti-Darwinism First Arose
Beliefnet David Klinghoffer June 1, 2009
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.
National Review Online David Klinghoffer April 13, 2011
Where is the rabbi like Richard John Neuhaus?
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer January 15, 2009
The Human Factor
A man of science faces Darwin and the Deity.
The Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer August 14, 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.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer April 5, 2006
Darwin is a Problem for Jews
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer April 18, 2006
Evidence of a Designer's Purpose
The Jerusalem Post David Klinghoffer November 20, 2008
The Martin Gaskell Case: Not an Isolated Incident
National Review Online David Klinghoffer January 1, 2011
Francis Collins: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
Michael Behe: A Biography
Discovery Institute David Klinghoffer May 1, 2009
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.
Beliefnet.com David Klinghoffer August 2, 2006
At Emory University, Darwin’s Bullies Smear Commencement Speaker, Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins
RedState David Klinghoffer May 10, 2012
When Democrats Become Instruments of God
The Forward David Klinghoffer October 17, 2007
Breaking the Cease-Fire Between Science and Religion
The Forward David Klinghoffer July 8, 2009
How Evolutionary Theory's Other Discoverer Could Heal the Darwin Divide
Washington Post David Klinghoffer February 22, 2011
Academic Freedom and Free Scientific Inquiry
Des Moines Register David Klinghoffer June 2, 2007
Will Mike Huckabee Face Up to His Views on Evolution
The Forward David Klinghoffer November 20, 2007
The Heart of Chabad
Jewish Forward David Klinghoffer March 31, 2006
Where Theistic Evolution Leads
BeliefNet David Klinghoffer May 19, 2009
Why Maimonides Would Not Have Sided With Darwin
Moment Magazine David Klinghoffer August 6, 2006
Go to the Sources
The Weekly Standard David Klinghoffer August 16, 2010
Valley Boys and Girls
A Review of George Gilder's 'Silicon Eye'
The Washington Post David Kushner June 30, 2005
Leftist Thought Control
Townhall David Limbaugh May 4, 2007
Intelligent Design Revisited
Townhall.com David Limbaugh August 22, 2005
The Intelligent Design Bogeyman
Human Events David Limbaugh August 5, 2005
Plans for Cascadia go full steam ahead
The Peace Arch News David Marsh May 22, 1999
Animal Spirits
The New Republic David Michael July 21, 2010
A review of "From Darwin to Hitler"
Touchstone David Mills August 17, 2004
Ordering One Thing But Getting Another
Letter to the Editor
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer David Paeth July 19, 2006
Some Drivers Ahead Of E-ZPass Curve
Toledo Blade David Patch March 30, 2008
The Vitality of Israel
National Review David Pryce-Jones July 23, 2009
Watch For Plug-In Cars In Tacoma
Tacoma News Tribune: Inside The Editorial Page blog David Seago December 12, 2007
The Gov On Governance
Tacoma News Tribune: Inside The Editorial Page blog David Seago December 18, 2007
Ready For Our HOT Lane Test?
Tacoma News Tribune David Seago April 28, 2008
Leaders Face Battle Over Highway Plans
Tacoma News Tribune David Seago January 6, 2008
Less Gas Tax Revenues, More Tolls
Tacoma News Tribune David Seago October 4, 2007
Only Intervention Of Electric Car Can Break Oil Addiction
Tacoma News Tribune David Seago September 14, 2008
Oregon Motorists May Be Driving Less
Eugene Register-Guard David Steves July 16, 2008
How Infrastructure Got Sexy In The City
The Guardian David Teather May 17, 2008
Fuel for Thought - Not All Biofuels Are Created Equal
Seattle Times David Tilman, Jason Hill April 15, 2007
Traipsing Into Evolution
Intelligent Design and the Kitzmiller v. Dover Decision
Discovery Institute Press DeWolf, David K., West, John G., Luskin, Casey and Witt, Jonathan April 1, 2006
Rail Line Users Should Be Able To Keep On Chuggin'
The King County Journal Dean A. Radford August 25, 2005
Highway Tolls Are Inevitable In Metro Puget Sound
Crosscut Dean Paton June 10, 2007
No Ruling Yet On SR 520 West-side Design
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell March 17, 2009
High-tech Vehicles Growing More Common In Region
Plug-in Cars Give Owners A Real Jolt Of Satisfaction
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell September 9, 2008
We're Stuck with The Nation's Worst Road Funding Gap
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell May 22, 2008
Solution To Great 520 Bridge Debate Could Be....A Tunnel
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell October 25, 2007
Council Says Toll 520, I-90 In 2010
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell August 13, 2008
Light Rail Cut From The Plan For 520 Bridge
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Debera Carlton Harrell, Larry Lange March 18, 2008
Spirit Of Washington Owners Fight To Save The Rails
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Deborah Bach February 24, 2006
Evolution debate has new player
Group treads delicate territory, promotes 'intelligent design'
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Deborah Bach April 2, 2005
High Speed Rail In The U.S.: Anyone Aboard?
Seattle Times/Associated Press Deborah Hastings March 27, 2009
Man with a Plan
Questions for Enrique Penalosa
New York Times Deborah Solomon June 9, 2008
American terrorist
San Francisco Chronicle Debra J. Saunders July 5, 2007
Better Dead Than Fed, PETA Says
San Francisco Chronicle Debra J. Saunders June 23, 2005
Design Theory and its Critics:
Monologues Passing in the Night
Ars Disputandi Del Ratzsch January 1, 2002
Mere Creation
Science, Faith & Intelligent Design
InterVarsity Press Dembski, William September 1, 1998
Intelligent Design Uncensored: An Easy-to-Understand Guide to the Controversy
InterVarsity Press Dembski, William & Jonathan Witt June 28, 2010
No Free Lunch
Why Specified Complexity Cannot Be Purchased without Intelligence
Rowman & Littlefield Dembski, William A. January 1, 2002
Uncommon Dissent
Intellectuals who find Darwinism Unconvincing
ISI Books Dembski, William A. June 1, 2004
The Design Inference
Eliminating Chance Through Small Probabilities
Cambridge University Press Dembski, William A. September 13, 1998
The Design Revolution
Answering the Toughest Questions About Intelligent Design
InterVarsity Press Dembski, William A. January 1, 2004
Intelligent Design
The Bridge Between Science & Theology
InterVarsity Press Dembski, William A. October 1, 1999
Signs of Intelligence
Understanding Intelligent Design
Brazos Press Dembski, William A. & Kushiner, James M. February 1, 2001
The Design of Life: Discovering Signs of Intelligence In Biological Systems
Foundation for Thought and Ethics Dembski, William A. and Jonathan Wells November 19, 2007
Unapologetic Apologetics
InterVarsity Press Dembski, William A. and Richards, Jay Wesley January 1, 2001
Debating Design
From Darwin to DNA
Cambridge University Press Dembski, William A. and Ruse, Michael July 12, 2004
Bridge Operators Consider Raising Tolls In Bay Area
San Jose Mercury-News/Contra Costa Times Denis Cuff October 14, 2009
Infrastructure Problems? Investors Can Pave The Way
Globe & Mail Derek DeCloet November 24, 2007
Road Tolling May Be A Necessary Evil For Vancouver
Metronews.ca "In Transit" column Derek Moscato December 7, 2009
Kingston Port Still Pushing for Passenger Ferries
Kitsap Sun Derek Sheppard November 5, 2008
Can Telecommuting Take Root In Kitsap?
Kitsap Sun Derek Sheppard September 14, 2008
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
The Kitsap Sun Derek Sheppard August 17, 2006
Roads, Ferries, Growth Most On Lawmakers' Minds
The Kitsap Sun Derek Sheppard January 8, 2006
Where’s the Leave-My-Money Alone Coalition?
National Review Online Deroy Murdock May 24, 2005
New York City Says it - Officially - in English, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Korean, French Creole and Italian
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Deroy Murdock August 2, 2008
Eco-Misanthropes Want Better Living Through Mass Death
Scripps Howard News Service Deroy Murdock June 15, 2006
The Sun Rises On Passenger Rail
Boston Globe/Seattle Post-Intelligencer Derrick Z. Jackson July 8, 2008
Friday Five: Pro-Life Hero Wesley J. Smith
Focus on the Family Action (www.citizenlink.org) Devon Williams, Associate Editor January 25, 2008
Tulsa Beacon Represents Traditional Oklahoma Values
Tulsa Beacon Dexter Duggan May 24, 2012
Food Service Return Floats Some Boats
The Kitsap Sun Diana Caza May 27, 2005
'Death Panels Already in Place'
Terri's family in trenches of healthcare-rationing war ahead of Obamacare implementation
WorldNetDaily Diana Lynne March 31, 2011
Defending the 21st Century
National Journal Diana West August 8, 2002
Evolution Debate Enters "Round Two"
Intelligent design backers offer option
The Kansas City Star Diane Carroll January 30, 2005
Getting on track
A group is developing a plan to improve local train service
The Register-Guard Diane Dietz May 8, 2011
Surging Demand For Transit In King County Meets Political Gridlock
Puget Sound Business Journal Dierdre Gregg August 1, 2008
Ben Stein Exposes Richard Dawkins
AOL News.com Dinesh D'Souza April 18, 2008
How a President Romney Could Tame Budget
Discovery News Dino Rossi November 4, 2012
Documents relating to school policy
Discovery Discovery January 1, 1985
RESOURCES FOR RESPONDING TO THOSE OPPOSED TO TEACHING EVOLUTION FULLY
Discovery Discovery January 1, 1985
Discovery Senior Fellow in "Best American Science Writing 2002"
Press Release Discovery Institute May 19, 2003
How to Teach the Controversy Legally
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute June 30, 2005
New Videos Available From ARN
The Rhetoric of Darwin and Wells, Ruse, Tiffney Discussion
Press Release Discovery Institute May 19, 2003
Are God And Evolution Compatible? Some Catholics, Jews and Protestants Say No
The Sacramento Bee Discovery Institute October 12, 2010
Key Resources for Parents and School Board Members
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute May 7, 2014
Action Alert: Contact South Dakota Senate Education Committee to Support SB 114
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute February 9, 2015
Statement on Science Education and the Teaching of Origins
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute October 23, 2001
Getting the Facts Straight
Discovery Institute Press Discovery Institute September 1, 2001
Congress Passes Landmark Slavery Act
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute December 12, 2008
Reply To Kenneth Miller On The Genetic Code
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture October 8, 2001
Ohio Board Backs Academic Freedom and Encourages Critical Analysis of Evolution
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture January 1, 2001
Open Letter to Paul R. Gross, "Politicizing Science Education"
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture July 18, 2000
Congress Urges Teaching of Diverse Views on Evolution, but Darwinists Try to Deny It
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture December 28, 2001
Biologist Ken Miller Flunks Political Science on Santorum
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture April 19, 2002
Cobb County (Georgia) School Board Promotes Academic Freedom, Not Religion
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture September 26, 2002
U.C. San Diego Researchers Exaggerate Findings to Promote Evolutionary Theory
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture February 6, 2002
Ohio Praised for Historic Decision Requiring Students to Critically Analyze Evolutionary Theory
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture December 10, 2002
National Center For Science Education's Shrill Campaign In Defense Of Evolution
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture October 22, 2001
Media Advisory on Evolution Controversies
Press Release Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture February 10, 2003
Response to Nebraskans for Research
Discovery Institute Discovery Institute's Center for Science & Culture February 5, 2003
George Gilder on The Michael Medved Show
The Michael Medved Show Discovery Staff August 26, 2009
Clarifying the Issues in the Texas Textbook Controversy
Q&A about Discovery Institute and Intelligent Design Discovery Staff July 10, 2003
Why Green Laws are Bad for Business
Fox Business Channel Discovery Staff November 24, 2010
Institute Hails $9.3 Million Grant from Gates Foundation
Press Release Discovery Staff August 21, 2003
So goes Texas, so goes the nation
Decision on textbooks will affect classrooms nationwide
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff July 12, 2003
New Book by George Gilder
Atlas Books and W.W. Norton & Company Discovery Staff April 1, 2005
Dr. Guillermo Gonzalez And Academic Persecution
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff February 8, 2008
Wesley J. Smith on "Death With Dignity"
The Regina Brett Show Discovery Staff March 3, 2011
Louisiana House Passes Academic Freedom Bill on Evolution and Other Science Issues
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff June 11, 2008
Viewpoint Newsletter
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 10, 2011
Radio Interviews with Wesley J. Smith
Wisconsin (WTMJ) and Missouri (KSSZ)
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 31, 2006
PBS stations in Colorado to air documentary explaining scientific challenges to Darwinian evolution
Press Release Discovery Staff August 27, 2003
Austin American Statesman Corrects Misleading Report about Discovery Institute
Press Release Discovery Staff July 23, 2003
Texas Professors Urge State Board to Fully and Completely Teach Evolution
Press Release Discovery Staff August 19, 2003
Evolution Academic Freedom Bills Spread to More States
National Movement Grows
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff April 30, 2008
Washington State Senate Passes Charter School Bill
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 13, 2003
Dr. Stephen Meyer on Michael Medved Show
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff July 7, 2009
Stellar Astronomer Guillermo Gonzalez Denied Fair Hearing by Iowa State Board of Regents
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff February 7, 2008
VIDEO: Ted Van Dyk Event
A Democrat Looks at His Party... And the State of American Politics
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff February 25, 2008
Anti-Freedom Activists Try to Censor Science Education in Florida
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 10, 2008
New Book Finds Scientific Evidence for Darwinian Tale of Human Origins Severely Lacking
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff June 25, 2012
John Wohlstetter on Dennis Miller
The Dennis Miller Show Discovery Staff August 25, 2009
National Academy of Sciences Report on Evolution
Long on Assertion, Short on Evidence
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff January 3, 2008
George Gilder on The Dennis Prager Show
The Dennis Prager Show Discovery Staff November 17, 2010
DI Fellow Wesley J. Smith Appears on WBAI, New York
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 21, 2008
Discrimination Lawsuit Filed against NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab for Harassing and Demoting Supporter of Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff April 15, 2010
John Wohlstetter on Dennis Miller Show - The 9/11 Trial
The Dennis Miller Show Discovery Staff November 18, 2009
Smith Receives National Human Life Award
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 20, 2008
Claire Berlinski Interviewed on National Review's Uncommon Knowledge
National Review Online Discovery Staff September 27, 2010
Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
DiscoveryBlog.org Discovery Staff March 28, 2008
Introducing the Human Exceptionalist
First Things/Discovery Institute Discovery Staff November 28, 2011
Event Recap: A Crime So Monstrous
DiscoveryBlog.org Discovery Staff January 1, 2008
First Things Now Hosts DI Sr. Fellow Wesley J. Smith’s Blog
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff June 3, 2009
Wesley J. Smith Debates on Michael Medved Show
The Michael Medved Show Discovery Staff April 16, 2010
What It Means to Be Human
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff November 11, 2008
2009 Books of the Year
London Times Literary Supplement Discovery Staff November 25, 2009
How NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Punished David Coppedge for His Views on Intelligent Design
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff April 15, 2010
ENV Coverage of Gonzalez Academic Freedom Case at Iowa State University
Evolution News & Views Discovery Staff February 7, 2008
Background on David Coppedge and the Lawsuit Against NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff March 19, 2012
Jay Richards on the NYT Bestseller List
Discovery News Discovery Staff March 2, 2012
Chapman Shares 2010 Census Concerns
AM-WTOP Discovery Staff April 2, 2009
21st Century Science Coalition Pushes 19th Century Science
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff October 2, 2008
Secret Emails Reveal How ISU Faculty Plotted to Deny Distinguished Astronomer Tenure
ISU’s tenure process and official explanation in the Gonzalez case exposed as a sham.
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff December 3, 2007
Discovery Institute Bioethicist Lauds Breakthrough In Stem Cells Research That Eliminates Need For Human Cloning
Discovery Institute Discovery Staff November 19, 2007
Discovery President Bruce Chapman to appear on TV war panel
Discovery Institute Discovery staff April 3, 2003
The American Politics Behind Rising Gas Prices
Vancouver Sun Don Cayo September 6, 2008
Updating The Big Rigs For A Greener Tomorrow
Vancouver Sun Don Cayo September 11, 2008
American Business Driving A New Car Culture
Vancouver Sun Don Cayo September 5, 2008
The Fittest Theory
Fort Worth Star-Telegram Don Erler July 17, 2003
Railway advocates gather in Woodinville
The Woodinville Weekly Don Mann February 28, 2013
Olympic Eyes Turn To Vancouver
KING 5 TV Don Porter August 25, 2008
Promoting critical thinking in classroom
The Oklahoman Donald Ewert March 7, 2012
Bus Rapid Transit: The Solution To The Region's Gridlock
The Seattle Times Donald F. Padelford November 13, 2005
Adaptive Immunity: Chance or Necessity?
Discovery Institute Donald L. Ewert November 24, 2010
Laffer Lays A Rotten Egg In His Duffle Bag
The Conspiracy to Keep You Poor and Stupid Donald L. Luskin August 24, 2006
Quality education reform starts in the states
The Hill Donald Nielsen January 7, 2015
The Customers in Public Education Are the Parents
The Seattle Times Donald P. Nielsen September 23, 2015
White House Pitches Plan To Rehab Amtrak
Seattle Post Intelligencer Donna De La Cruz April 14, 2005
GAO: Amtrak Business Practices Need Help
The Associated Press Donna De La Cruz November 3, 2005
Talking Corridor Tolling
KIRO-FM 97.3 Dori Monson, Matt Rosenberg June 4, 2009
Transcript Of Corridor Tolling Radio Discussion
KIRO-FM 97.3 Dori Monson, Matt Rosenberg June 3, 2009
Foster Critical Thinking in Schools
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Doug Cowan October 10, 2005
Teaching students to be 'competent jurors' on evolution
Christian Science Monitor Doug Cowan May 31, 2005
Foster Critical Thinking in Schools
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Doug Cowan October 10, 2005
Intelligent Design Proponents Challenge SMU Professors to Debate
The Christian Post Doug Huntington April 4, 2007
ID Proponents Applaud Darwinist's Open-Mindedness
The Christian Post Doug Huntington June 25, 2007
'Design' Proponents Accuse Wikipedia of Bias, Hypocrisy
The Christian Post Doug Huntington May 9, 2007
Jay Richards Elaborates on the Controversy Over Intelligent Design
Christian Post Doug Huntington March 30, 2007
B.C. Premier Stuns Critics With Plans To Go Green
Washington Post/Seattle Times Doug Struck March 19, 2007
High Speed Rail Between Vancouver And Portland Requires Improved Or New Corridor
Vancouver Sun Doug Ward May 29, 2009
Successful Joint Bid Could Refloat Notion Of Cascadia
The Vancouver Sun Doug Ward October 6, 2006
Seeing Hell through the Reason and Imagination of C. S. Lewis
Pastor Emeritus, First Baptist Church, Temple City, CA Douglas Beyer January 1, 1998
Book Review: The Signature in the Cell
The Constructive Curmudgeon Douglas Groothius September 24, 2009
A Sharp Split on Darwin, design
Two authors' takes on science and life
The Denver Post Douglas Groothuis October 29, 2006
Think tank group questions Darwinism
Denver Post Douglas Groothuis November 23, 2003
Dream Of A Cohesive Cascadia Never Dies
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 6, 2008
Cascadians: Shared Cultural Traits, Values
Residents of the region have a subtle separatist streak and a passion for outdoor activity
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 7, 2008
Cascadia: Naive Dream Or The Next Frontier?
Vancouver Sun Douglas Todd May 6, 2008
Kitzmiller V. Dover Opening Statements
Dover Trial Dover Trial September 26, 2005
Passenger Ferries: A Mobility Solution
Seattle Times Dow Constantine, Jane Hague November 29, 2007
The Ethical Slippery Slope of Assisted Suicide
Health Policy Solutions Dr. Anthony Vigil May 15, 2013
C.S. Lewis and the Case for Responsible Scholarship
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Professor of English, Bowling Green State University; 1998 by Bruce Edwards. All Rights Reserved Dr. Bruce L. Edwards July 1, 1998
As Texas Goes, So Goes the Nation on Textbooks
The Washington Examiner Dr. Charles Garner and David Klinghoffer April 8, 2009
Animal Rights: A Primer
Catholic Culture Dr. Jeff Mirus May 11, 2010
Does WASL past the test?
The Seattle Times Dr. Patricia Lines September 15, 2000
Homeschooling - ERIC Digest 151, September 2001
Educational Resources Information Center Dr. Patricia Lines September 1, 2001
Darwinism is Beside the Point
Philadelphia Daily News Dr. Philip S. Skell February 13, 2006
Darwin's Black Box: The Biochemistry of the Cell
Leadership U Dr. Ray Bohlin April 1, 1997
Two-Faced Medicare Enforcement
Newsmax.com Dr. Robert Cihak January 20, 2005
Gagging Medical Research
worldnetdaily.com Dr. Robert Cihak, Dr. Michael Glueck January 12, 2001
Professors Defend Ohio Grad Student Under Attack by Darwinists
Dissertation Committee Dr. Robert DiSilvestro, Dr. Glen R. Needham July 11, 2005
Review: Darwinism, Design, and Public Education
Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation Dr. Robert Rogland December 1, 2004
The Designed "Just So" Universe
Leadership U Dr. Walter L. Bradley January 1, 1999
Puget Sound Ports Facing Challenges
Seattle Times Drew DeSilver September 28, 2008
Ed Meese Hailed for Defending Freedom
Reagan Attorney General Rescued Constitution from Activist Judges
WorldNetDaily Drew Zahn May 11, 2009
White House Grabs 2010 Census Power
WorldNetDaily Drew Zahn February 7, 2009
School Bells or Jail Cells?
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck & Cihak August 24, 2001
Taking Action
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck & Cihak September 21, 2001
Medical '3-Strike Rule'
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck & Cihak July 20, 2001
Letting CT Scans Out of the Bag
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck & Cihak June 15, 2001
Government's Dangerous Prescription
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak August 31, 2001
Anguishing Over Arsenic
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak April 6, 2001
Epidemic of Legal Disease
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak March 30, 2001
Medicare's Right to Die?
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak April 20, 2001
Single-Payer Is Not So Simple or Smart
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak April 13, 2001
How Much Is Life Worth?
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak May 4, 2001
Pariah de jour: The Pharmacy Industry
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak May 11, 2001
Stem of the Stem Cell Controversy
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak August 10, 2001
Shots in the Dark?
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak January 26, 2001
Kiss Patients' Rights Goodbye?
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak October 25, 2001
Government Prestige Masks Scientific Incompetence
worldnetdaily.com Drs. Glueck and Cihak May 25, 2001
Another Flu in the Cuckoo's Nest?
JewishWorldReview.com Drs. Michael A. Glueck & Robert J. Cihak December 2, 2005
Child Abuse Often Erroneously Diagnosed
Jewish World Review Drs. Michael A. Glueck & Robert J. Cihak March 7, 2008
Scientist Alleges Religious Discrimination in KY
The Daily Caller Dylan Lovan December 17, 2010
New I-5 Bridge Is Crucial To Region's Economy, Says The Portland Business Alliance
Oregonian Dylan Rivera April 17, 2008
10,000 Cars A Day On Rusting Hulk
Engineers rate the Willamette Boulevard bridge as worse than the Minneapolis span
The Oregonian Dylan Rivera August 10, 2007
Traffic, Money And Pollution
Oregonian Dylan Rivera July 31, 2008
Daily Toll Calculated For I-5 Bridge
The Oregonian Dylan Rivera January 23, 2008
PGE Opens Stations Around Portland For Plug-in Hybrids
Oregonian Dylan Rivera July 30, 2008
New I-5 Bridge? You Decide
Oregonian Dylan Rivera May 2, 2008
New I-5 Span? Idea Calls For Toll First
Oregonian Dylan Rivera May 27, 2008
Rail System Grows As New Lines Crop Up
The Oregonian Dylan Rivera April 20, 2008
Poll Finds Broad Support For I-5 Bridge Improvements, Light Rail
Oregonian Dylan Rivera June 18, 2008
Portland, Vancouver, B.C. Mayors Pledge To Push For High Speed Rail
Oregonian Dylan Rivera May 29, 2009
Touchstone of Reality
Earl Palmer January 25, 2001
Interview: George Gilder on Knowledge and Power
PJ Media Ed Driscoll July 2, 2013
Bottomed-Out Ferry System Looking To Come Back
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich February 17, 2008
Passenger Ferry Plan Gaining Steam In King County
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich July 3, 2007
Jet Boat Commuter Club Forming In Gig Harbor
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich October 1, 2007
Kitsap Transit Buying 73 New Vans, Two Ferries
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich April 21, 2009
Murray Gets State $7.6 Million More In Ferry Stimulus Money
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich July 15, 2009
Linking Speedier Ferries With A Healthier Sound
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich May 8, 2008
Fast Ferry Will Come To Kitsap For Research
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich July 17, 2007
Two Shipyards Compete For Kingston Ferry Contract
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich September 29, 2009
$3.5 Million Grant Expected To Bring Fast Ferry Service Back To Kingston
Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich September 6, 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
The Kitsap Sun Ed Friedrich March 6, 2007
Ideas, But No Easy Solutions At Ferry Summit
Everett Herald Ed Friedrich December 8, 2007
Science Friday, Scopes Trial 75th Anniversary, part 1
Ira Flatow with Ed Larson
WNYC, NPR Member Station Ed Larson July 21, 2000
Science Friday, Scopes Trial 75th Anniversary, part 2
Ira Flatow with Ed Larson, Michael Behe and Ken Miller
WNYC, NPR member station Ed Larson July 21, 2000
Intelligent Design Supporters Tout Merits of Concept
The Daily Emerald (University of Oregon) Ed Oser May 4, 2006
Transportation Spending Is the Right Stimulus
The Wall Street Journal Ed Rendell and Scott Smith August 11, 2011
Evolution's 'Dictatorship' -- Student Struggles to Get Opposite Viewpoint Heard
AFA Journal Ed Vitagliano August 16, 2004
Aground: State's Passenger Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial November 29, 2005
Rationing and Rationality
National Review Editorial August 17, 2009
Tribe Plans New Mosquito Ferry
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial August 12, 2003
Foot-Ferry Follies Continue
The Kitsap Sun Editorial April 27, 2005
To Seize or Not to Seize
Washington Times Editorial June 2, 2003
Seattle Commuters Won't Be Spared Bridge Tolls
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial April 17, 2007
A Little Push for Passenger Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial March 4, 2004
Now For The Second Half Of The Highway Solution
The News Tribune Editorial November 13, 2005
Teach All the Evidence
Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial September 3, 2002
Catch the Boat for Better Housing
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial July 13, 2003
Broadband Fiasco
The Wall Street Journal Editorial February 11, 2004
Hardheaded advice from Murray, Larsen
Seattle Times Editorial August 2, 2005
Foot Ferries Need Local Support
The Kitsap Sun Editorial May 25, 2005
The Gilder
New York Sun Editorial April 4, 2016
Put A Single Entity In Charge Of Region's Transit, Road Planning
The Everett Herald Editorial January 15, 2006
Low-Wake Study And Planned Ferry Are World Class
Kitsap Sun Editorial July 21, 2007
What I-912 Is About: Killing Road Projects
The News Tribune Editorial November 6, 2005
Everybody's Highway-Editorial
The Los Angeles Times Editorial July 7, 2004
Wall Street Journal Recommends Discovery Fellow for Treasury
Wall Street Journal Editorial December 10, 2002
Fueling Intertia
Spokane Spokesman-Review Editorial May 9, 2007
No Money in Dead Babies
Financial woes prompt California firm to stop injecting embryonic stem cells into humans
California Catholic Daily Editorial November 28, 2011
Roads, Transit Tax Vote Not Ready
The Seattle Times Editorial March 14, 2004
Plug-in Cars Are Close; Let's Address The Obstacles
Everett Herald Editorial May 13, 2007
Scrambled Eggs: The Politics Of Stem Cells
Investor's Business Daily Editorial November 10, 2006
Obama's Russia Challenge
The Week Editorial November 6, 2008
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Cities By The Bay
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial October 11, 2006
California Cloning
Investor's Business Daily Editorial September 28, 2004
Disappointing Delay To Local Ferry Plans
The Seattle Times Editorial April 28, 2005
Cyber Jam
The Times of India Editorial May 5, 2009
Tin Ears and Extinction
California Stem Cell Report Editorial July 7, 2011
Don't Bury Streamlined Transportation Planning
Everett Herald Editorial March 29, 2007
The Evolution of Textbooks: Students shouldn't be protected from dissent
Dallas Morning News Editorial Board November 5, 2003
Intelligent Origin
Search for life beyond Darwin's theory
Times of India Editorial Board February 5, 2005
Again, Teach the Best Science
Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Board March 4, 2004
Public must be aware of candidates’ true views on stem cell research
Portsmouth Herald Editorial Board August 22, 2004
Calling Competition
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board June 10, 2004
An Atheist's Apostasy:
Data won over professor; why shun it in class?
Dallas Morning News Editorial Board December 15, 2004
The Telecom Follies
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board March 26, 2004
Ferry Service: New Fares, Old Issues
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 28, 2005
Fast-Boat Service Faster
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board December 15, 2004
Debating Darwinism
Washington Times Editorial Board May 15, 1985
Business As Usual Won't Cut It On Transportation
Everett Herald Editorial Board March 19, 2006
A Road Map, Or A Road To Ruin?
Los Angeles Times Editorial Board July 1, 2009
Capitol Watch: Take The Helm
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board February 1, 2006
Basalt + CO2 = Clean Coal? Let's Hope So
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board October 10, 2007
The Evergreen State In More Than Name
Seattle Times Editorial Board March 9, 2008
Smooth, Safer Commute With Second Bridge
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board October 1, 2007
Keeping The Promises For The I-5 Bridge
The Oregonian Editorial Board April 8, 2009
A $4 Billion Bridge Deliberately Too Small?
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board February 26, 2008
Ethanol Policy: For People Or For Agribusiness?
The News Tribune Editorial Board May 8, 2006
Replacing The Bridge: Check Below, Too
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board October 26, 2007
Port Security: Not A Stepchild
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 30, 2006
Keep Transit Options Open On Corridor Trail
The Seattle Times Editorial Board December 25, 2006
Electric Car: More Quiet Whirs
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board September 23, 2007
"Six Lanes Plus" For The 520 Bridge
Seattle Times Editorial Board February 25, 2008
Hailing Green Taxis, Without Deadheading
Seattle Times Editorial Board March 21, 2008
Port Talk Is Cheap
The Seattle Times Editorial Board June 12, 2006
At $125 Million A Mile, It's Easy To Just Say No
The Everett Herald Editorial Board December 11, 2005
Rail And Trail: Staking A Claim
Seattle Times Editorial Board May 7, 2008
Build The World's Greenest Bridge
The Oregonian Editorial Board July 8, 2008
County Steps In To Keep Ferry Riders Connected
Seattle Times Editorial Board July 5, 2008
For Whom The Tolls Bell
Three Metro councilors ring exactly the wrong note about the future of the Columbia River Crossing
Oregonian Editorial Board May 29, 2008
Big Dig? Here?
The Columbian Editorial Board July 19, 2006
Horizon Offers Exciting Future At Paine Field
Everett Herald Editorial Board October 3, 2008
Rails As Placeholders
Seattle Times Editorial Board April 16, 2008
Highway 520 Bridge Tolls Necessary
Seattle Times Editorial Board April 2, 2008
We Need To Look At Reality, Alternatives
San Juan Journal Editorial Board March 5, 2008
HOT Lanes Should Be Tested Before Fully Implemented
Seattle Times Editorial Board April 4, 2008
On The Verge Of A Change In Transportation
San Juan Journal Editorial Board April 9, 2008
Time Is Wasting On Viaduct Plan
The Seattle Times Editorial Board January 5, 2006
Seattle Bus Service: Status Quo Special
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board February 9, 2006
The Emerald Gate Tolls For Thee
The Oregonian Editorial Board January 27, 2008
Capitol Watch: Roads And Transit
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board March 12, 2006
Buying A Way Out Of Traffic Doesn't Come Cheap
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board December 16, 2007
Deliver What They Want At A Price They'll Pay
Everett Herald Editorial Board December 2, 2007
Rails, Trails And Flails
Seattle Times Editorial Board December 21, 2007
Wins To Celebrate, Setbacks To Regret
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board December 30, 2007
Ottawa must look beyond just costs on second Seattle train
Vancouver Sun Editorial Board May 21, 2009
By Land Or Sea, Another Ferry Delay
The Seattle Times Editorial Board March 14, 2006
Transit Has Swift Future In Snohomish County
Everett Herald Editorial Board December 7, 2007
Transportation: Viaduct Vagaries
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board March 30, 2006
Innovative Transit Idea Shouldn't Be Dismissed
Everett Herald Editorial Board December 4, 2007
High Speed Rail: Region Should Climb Aboard
Everett Herald Editorial Board May 15, 2009
Transportation: Realistic Tolling
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board August 14, 2008
State Ferry System: Explore All Routes
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board September 6, 2007
Washington Needs A LIFT
The Olympian Editorial Board February 27, 2006
Passports, Please: The Wrong Fix
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 11, 2006
Going My Way
The Seattle Times Editorial Board April 24, 2006
Get On Board With Eastside Commuter Rail
Everett Herald Editorial Board January 20, 2008
State Ferries: A Future Focus
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board February 17, 2008
In Our View: Business Steps Up
The Columbian Editorial Board February 10, 2006
Just One Bill Away From A Road-Rail Solution
The News Tribune Editorial Board February 10, 2006
Transportation: A Better Grid
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board September 2, 2008
Gregoire Talks Tough On The Viaduct
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board January 15, 2008
Day Pass For Border Only Partial Solution
The Bellingham Herald Editorial Board April 16, 2006
Sound Transit: To The Airport
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 17, 2006
Legislature Gets Rolling On Energy Alternatives
The Yakima Herald-Republic Editorial Board February 23, 2006
Renewed Needs For The Mosquito Fleet
Kitsap Sun Editorial Board November 15, 2007
Transportation: Bus Boost
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board April 19, 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.
The Union-Bulletin Editorial Board July 20, 2006
Another Jolt To The Infrastructure
Nobody dies this time, but Amtrak halts service because of fears its Talgo trains are unsafe
The Oregonian Editorial Board August 7, 2007
Intelligent design on trial
The Washington Times Editorial Board September 28, 2005
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Recurring Dream
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board December 31, 2008
Transit Needs Statewide Fix
Detroit Free Press Editorial Board August 31, 2009
Mr. LaHood's Good Idea
The Transportation Chief's Mileage Tax Shouldn't Be A Nonstarter
Washington Post Editorial Board February 23, 2009
Full Speed On Kitsap Ferries
The Seattle Times Editorial Board January 31, 2007
Port-County Swap: Bold Proposal
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board October 27, 2006
Minnesota's Highways May Need 'VMT' Fees
Grand Forks Herald Editorial Board August 31, 2009
Beyond Oil: Wind At Our Backs
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Editorial Board November 10, 2008
Private Means For Public Ends
Denver Post Editorial Board June 18, 2008
A Big Step Toward Resuming Foot Ferries In Kingston
Kitsap Sun Editorial Board September 7, 2007
A couple of bad ideas: Legislature shouldn't design curriculum
The Indianapolis Star Editorial Board November 4, 2005
HOT Lanes Have Only Begun To Prove Worth
Tacoma News Tribune Editorial Board October 27, 2008
Alaskan Way Viaduct: Why Close Off The Tunnel Option?
Seattle Times Editorial Board December 30, 2008
Full Speed Ahead On High Speed Rail
Oregonian Editorial Board February 22, 2009
The Time Has Come To Replace Viaduct With Tunnel
Seattle Times Editorial Board March 26, 2009
Dragged Into Global Warming
Welcome to the global debate, Mr. President
The Seattle Times Editorial Board January 29, 2007
Voting To Repeal The State Gas Tax Would Be Foolish
Skagit Valley Herald Editorial Board October 9, 2005
Amtrak Has Failed, But What Comes Next?
Seattle Times Editorial Staff June 24, 2002
Gorton Could Be Just What the Nation Needs
Seattle Times Editorial Staff August 29, 2007
Missing Link
Cleveland Plain Dealer Editorial Staff June 11, 2002
Congestion Fixes Will Require Hard Decisions
King County Journal Editorial Staff February 27, 2005
Eastside: Preserve options for rails and trails on BNSF corridor
Seattle Times Editorial Staff September 10, 2012
Strike Three at the FCC
The Wall Street Journal Editorial Staff March 4, 2004
Our Privileged Planet
Human Events Eduardo Llull March 8, 2004
Review: Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed
Comingsoon.net Edward Douglas April 18, 2008
Design flaw? A fired NASA employee says he was let go because of his belief in intelligent design
World Magazine Edward Lee Pitts February 16, 2011
Debunking the Scopes 'Monkey Trial' Stereotype
4Truth.Net Science Edward Sisson May 1, 2009
Start-ups Race To Produce Green Cars
Wall Street Journal Edward Taylor May 6, 2008
GM, Toyota Doubtful On Fuel Cells' Mass Use
Wall Street Journal Edward Taylor, Mike Spector March 5, 2008
An Amnesty by Any Other Name...
The New York Times Edwin Meese III May 24, 2006
Invasive and Ineffective
Wall Street Journal Edwin Meese III June 7, 2007
Passenger-Only Triangle Route Would Serve Commuters, Taxpayers
The Seattle Times Eileen Cody and Joe McDermott April 6, 2005
Passenger-Only Group Tangled Over 'Triangle'
The Kitsap Sun Elaine Helm November 23, 2005
$2.2 Million Offered For Ferry Route
King County Executive sweetens the pot in favor of the passenger-only service to Seattle
The Kitsap Sun Elaine Helm January 13, 2006
Federal Budget Adds Ferry Money
With the largest ferry system in the nation, state and private operators will be seeking help from the $285 million pot of cash.
The Kitsap Sun Elaine Helm August 2, 2005
Geography, economy bring Northwest cities ever-closer
Boosters have long talked of more cross-border cooperation. Now it's happening.
Christian Science Monitor Elaine Porterfield July 26, 1999
The Search for God
Father Robert Spitzer Connects Modern Physics and Philosophy
National Catholic Register Elenor Schoen August 20, 2010
God's two books:
Nature and Scripture
National Post (Canada) Elizabeth Nickson May 5, 2001
Appeals Panel Criticizes Evolution Ruling
Los Angeles Times Ellen Barry December 16, 2005
Israel, Capitalism, and Human Exceptionalism
An Interview with Author George Gilder
The Jewish Press Elliot Resnick December 9, 2009
State Disappointed With Highway Funding
The Bellingham Herald Ellyn Ferguson March 26, 2004
Intelligent Design proponent who works at JPL says he experienced religious discrimination
sgvtribune.com Emma Gallegos April 18, 2010
For Whom The Road Tolls - Seattle Or Bellevue?
Puget Sound Business Journal Emory Thomas, Jr. August 1, 2008
Owners And Operators Of Large Trucks Get Help With Fuel Demands
Columbian Eric Apalatagui August 3, 2008
Floating a Dream: Will Fast Ferries Help the City's Redevelopment Sink or Swim?
Bremerton Sun Eric D. Williams October 14, 2003
Ray Kurzweil's Impossible Vision
ISCID.org Eric Larson January 23, 2003
Transportation Plan For Region Advances But Faces Hurdles
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne January 1, 2003
Transportation Plan For Region Advances But Faces Hurdles
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne April 30, 2004
Sounder Adds Another Train To North Route
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne June 6, 2005
Players Seek Common Ground on Transportation Plan
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne January 5, 2004
Sims Seeks Change Allowing Light Rail in Tax Package
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne January 7, 2004
Patterson Searches for a Consensus on Regional Transportation
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne January 21, 2004
Too many transportation agencies?
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne February 6, 2003
House Votes To Open Up Highway 167 HOV Lanes
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne February 18, 2004
Transportation Funding Fix Stalled
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne March 12, 2004
State To Court: Curb Vehicle Tax
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne September 10, 2005
Transportation or Education?: Sales-Tax Proposal For Next Year's Ballot May Create A Dilemma
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne November 20, 2003
Voters' Advice On Roads Will Be Sought
Seattle Times Eric Pryne September 8, 2004
Stretch of Highway 167 Selected for Study of Toll "HOT" Lanes
Seattle Times Eric Pryne June 19, 2003
Would solo drivers warm to HOT lanes on Hwy. 167?
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne November 15, 2003
Seattle Traffic is Bad, But Ranking May Be Bad Too
Seattle Times Eric Pryne June 3, 2002
Gasoline use down in state, study says
Seattle Times Eric Pryne October 23, 2002
Sound Transit Urged Not To Join Ballot For Tax Vote On Roads
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne March 26, 2004
Do Cash Incentives Alter Driving Habits?
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne December 27, 2005
Transportation package: What will voters support?
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne October 30, 2003
Election Modifies Landscape For Transit Packages
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne November 9, 2004
Stretch of Highway 167 Selected for Study of Toll "HOT" Lanes
Seattle Times Eric Pryne June 19, 2003
Green Light for Adding Toll Lane To Hwy. 167
The Seattle Times Eric Pryne April 30, 2005
Panel: Gas Tax Should Go Up
Seattle Times Eric Pryne December 15, 2004
Push to Include I-5 "Weaves" in Road Plan
Seattle Times Eric Pryne September 29, 2003
Fast Ferry Making Headway, with a Little Help from Its Friend
The Kitsap Sun Eric Williams May 23, 2004
Dawkins Refuses to Debate Intelligent Design Scholars
Christian Post Reporter Eric Young October 13, 2009
Sailing Away From Traffic
Forum Explores Water Transit On Lake Union, Lake Washington, As An Alternative to Gridlock
North Seattle Herald-Outlook Ericka Berg September 23, 2004
All in 1
Lines between phone and cable companies blur as they try to become all things to all people
Indianapolis Star Erika D. Smith January 22, 2006
Regional Tolling Coming To Puget Sound
KIRO-AM 710 Erin Covey June 26, 2008
CNN accused of slanting report on selection of science textbooks
Baptist Press News Erin Curre July 16, 2003
Commentary: Cascadia's future in the spotlight
NA Eugene Mayor Jim Torrey January 1, 2000
Commentary: Cascadia's future in the spotlight
Eugene Register Guard Eugene Mayor Jim Torrey and Sen. Susan Castillo September 25, 2000
Use Language to Change the World
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Eugene Yi August 23, 2006
'Green' Cars Grab Limelight At Bangkok Show
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Evan McMullen April 27, 2007
A National Townhall on Health Care Reform
Family Research Council FRC Action Webcast September 11, 2009
A Preliminary Analysis of the Treatment of Evolution in Biology Textbooks
Discovery Institute Fellows July 21, 2003
One Long Bluff:
The Gishlick, Matzke and Elsberry Response to Stephen Meyer's Peer-Reviewed Article
Discovery Institute Fellows of the Center for Science & Culture October 5, 2004
Neo-Darwinism's Unsolved Problem of the Origin of Morphological Novelty
Discovery Institute Fellows of the Center for Science & Culture October 11, 2004
Rebuttals to Critiques of Meyer's PBSW Article
Discovery Institute Fellows of the Center for Science & Culture January 6, 2005
The History of Science and Religion in the Western Tradition
An Encyclopedia
Garland Publishing Ferngren, Gary B. (general editor), Larson, Edward J. (co-editor), Amundsen, Darrel W. (co-editor June 1, 2000
Cascadian Ports Target Pollution
Vancouver Sun Fiona Anderson May 17, 2007
Evolutionists Fear Academic Freedom
Townhall.com Floyd Brown and Mary Beth Brown July 7, 2008
How Portland Handled (Much Better) Its Own "Viaduct" Moment
The Seattle Times Floyd J. McKay February 21, 2007
Evolution criticized as lacking evidence
The Topeka Capital-Journal Floyd Lee July 16, 2000
Coal exports could block passenger-rail expansion
Crosscut Floyd McKay May 8, 2012
How Great Corporate Power Shadows Gregoire on Coal Shipments to China
Crosscut Floyd McKay January 7, 2011
Seattle, state's rail growth faces mud on the tracks
Crosscut Floyd McKay and C.B Hall December 15, 2011
Questions and Answers About Climate Change
The Citizen Scientist Forrest M. Mims III March 10, 2005
Dems Downplay Obama's Plan to Oversee 2010 Census
Fox News Fox News February 11, 2009
Kansas Debates Evolution: Stephen C. Meyer, Eugenie Scott
The Big Story with John Gibson Foxnews.com May 6, 2005
Some Things Worked
The Best - Or Worst - Planning Decisions Made In The Lower Mainland
Vancouver Sun Frances Bula September 6, 2007
Whither Translink? Cutbacks, Status Quo, Or Too Costly
Globe & Mail Frances Bula August 1, 2009
Mayors Kick Off Quest For Ways To Pay For Transportation System
Globe & Mail Frances Bula July 22, 2009
Light Rail Showdown: Vancouver versus Seattle
The Globe and Mail Frances Bula August 13, 2010
Union Wants Pension Backing for Roads
Financial Times Francesco Guerrera February 24, 2008
Proponents of Intelligent Design Fight Back Against Media Inaccuracy
The Christian Post Francis Helguero December 6, 2005
Street Theatre in the Bay Area
What social conservatives should do.
National Review Online Francis J. Beckwith February 28, 2004
Darwinism Critics Have Viable View
San Angelo Standard Times Francis J. Beckwith August 18, 2003
Columnist at Austin Chronicle Offers Poorly Designed Arguments
Discovery Institute Francis J. Beckwith July 30, 2003
What Would Reagan Do?
A consistent ethic on life.
National Review Online Francis J. Beckwith July 27, 2004
Government-Sponsored Theology
American Spectator Francis J. Beckwith April 7, 2004
Is Teaching Intelligent Design Illegal?: A Debate
Legal Affairs Francis J. Beckwith and Douglas Laycock September 26, 2005
MTA To Add Rapid Bus Lines
Los Angeles Times Francisco Vara-Orta June 5, 2007
700 MHz Auction: FCC Mandates Test of Wireless Net Neutrality
Info Tech & Telecom News (Heartland Institute) Frank Barbetta September 1, 2007
Editorial - A Broken Model
Langley Times/B.C. LocalNews.com Frank Bucholtz October 27, 2009
Connecting Oregon
The Slow Road to Rapid Communications, 1843–2009
Oregon Historical Quarterly Frank Dillow July 1, 2010
A Tale of Two Cynics: Nixon and Obama
The Stream Frank Gregorsky March 31, 2015
The Six Ingredients of Trump's 'Hostile Takeover Playbook'
The Stream Frank Gregorsky December 7, 2015
Getting Signals In Sync Will Help Traffic Flow
McClatchy Newspapers/Seattle Times Frank Greve May 15, 2008
Mayor Backs Plan For High Speed Rail From Oregon To B.C.
The Province Frank Luba April 26, 2009
Bruce Agnew, Tim Ceis - On Deep Bored Tunnel Option
KIRO-AM 710 Frank Shiers December 19, 2008
Darwin’s Doubt
Townhall.com Frank Turek July 9, 2013
Teach Critiques of Darwin, Too
Tallahassee Democrat Fred Cutting February 4, 2008
U.S. Energy Future In Question
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Fred Fleming October 9, 2007
The Lynching of Bill Dembski:
Scientists say the jury is out--so let the hanging begin.
The American Spectator Fred Heeren November 15, 2000
Breaking The Gridlock On Paying For Roads
Washington Post Fred Hiatt March 16, 2009
Design and Evolution
Report on the Debate before the Ohio Board of Education about Intelligent
Personal Report Fred Hutchison March 11, 2002
The Metaphysics of Evolution
Men's Daily News Fred Reed March 8, 2005
Saving Us From Darwin
The New York Review of Books Frederick Crews October 4, 2001
Now Evolving in Biology Classes: A Testier Climate
Some science teachers say they're encountering fresh resistance to the topic of evolution - and it's coming from their students.
Christian Science Monitor G. Jeffrey MacDonald May 3, 2005
Some Good And Bad Ideas For Bankrolling Roads
Tucson Citizen Gabriel Roth April 1, 2009
Peak Hour Tolls Are A Big Part Of Oregon Governor's Transportation Agenda
Oregonian Gail Kinsey Hill April 12, 2008
Evolution Outdated
Christianity.com Gailon Totheroh February 22, 2001
Intelligence by Design:
New movement presents alternative to Darwinian theory
Peoria Journal Star Gary A. Panetta November 19, 2000
Electric Car Industry Pulls In For Quick Charge At Microsoft
KING 5 TV Gary Chittim October 23, 2009
Electric Ride Powering A Transportation Revolution
Globe & Mail Gary Mason July 7, 2008
Drive The 'Express Lane' On I-680 To Silicon Valley, For A Price
San Jose Mercury-News Gary Richards October 31, 2008
Debate over biology is brewing
Express-News Gary Scharrer May 31, 2008
Finding Sound Science on Salmon
Discovery Institute Gary Smith and Steven P. Cramer February 13, 2004
Science and Human Origins
Discovery Institute Press Gauger, Ann, Douglas Axe, Casey Luskin June 18, 2012
Science's New Heresy Trial:
A Smithsonian-backed editor is defrocked by the priesthood of science for publishing an article on Intelligent Design
World Magazine Gene Edward Veith February 18, 2005
US Tech Economy Continues Unheralded Boom
E-Commerce Times Gene J. Koprowski May 4, 2006
Law provides framework to handle controversial scientific issues
Shreveport Times Gene Mills June 26, 2010
Pondering the complexity of life's beginnings
Trio of U-M professors joins Darwinism dissenters
Ann Arbor News Geoff Larcom March 7, 2006
High(er) Speed Rail Update
Blog: "Geoff Meggs - Vancouver City Councillor" Geoff Meggs May 30, 2009
What's Needed For An Oregon-B.C. High Speed Rail Link
Vancouver Sun Geoff Meggs June 2, 2009
Darwin's Birth Day
Amazon.com Geoffrey Simmons February 11, 2009
In Today’s World, Terrorists Could Strike Anywhere and Anytime
The Eugene Register-Guard Geoffrey Simmons December 22, 2008
Tunnels suggested as I-5 fix
Seattle Post-Intelligencer George Foster September 1, 1999
Amtrak has eye on cargo
Rail service needs income to break even
Seattle Post-Intelligencer George Foster September 2, 1999
Bridge-tunnel inspires transit planners
Scandinavian project studied for 520 ideas
Seattle P-I George Foster July 6, 2000
The Bandwidth Tidal Wave
Forbes ASAP George Gilder December 1, 1994
Gilder Meets His Critics
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1995
Angst and awe on the Internet
Forbes ASAP George Gilder December 1, 1995
Mike Milken and the Two Trillion Dollar Opportunity
Forbes ASAP George Gilder April 1, 1995
The New Wall Street and the High Cost of Manipulating Money
The Independent Review George Gilder March 27, 2016
Washington's Bogeymen
Forbes ASAP George Gilder June 1, 1994
The California Green Debauch
The American Spectator George Gilder February 1, 2011
From space, the Web appears as a swirling sphere of light.
The Brightest Star
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1999
Ethersphere
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1994
From Wires to Waves
As wireless telephony goes digital, it gets very cheap very fast.
Forbes ASAP George Gilder June 1, 1995
Trump Can Succeed On Trade By Ending Global Currency Manipulation
The Federalist George Gilder February 6, 2017
America's New Jingoes
Wall Street Journal George Gilder October 8, 2004
Feasting on the Giant Peach
Forbes ASAP George Gilder August 29, 1996
Goliath at Bay
Microsoft suddenly sees itself beset by broadband rebels and its own middle age
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1996
Fiber Keeps its Promise
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1997
Inventing the Internet again
Forbes ASAP George Gilder June 1, 1997
George Gilder and His Critics II
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1995
The Wireless Wars
Wall Street Journal George Gilder April 13, 2007
Will Java Break Windows?
Forbes ASAP George Gilder August 1, 1997
Stop the Broadbandits
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder March 4, 2004
The Coming Creativity Boom
Forbes George Gilder November 10, 2008
The Economic Case for Supporting Israel
America needs the Jewish state's technology and innovation as much as it needs us.
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder July 5, 2011
Market Economics and the Conservative Movement
George Gilder - Philadelphia Society Address George Gilder June 1, 2004
The Outsider Trading Scandal
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder April 19, 2000
The Economics of Settlement
The American Spectator George Gilder June 8, 2011
The New Era
Forbes Global George Gilder April 3, 2000
The Soul of Silicon
The Acton Institute George Gilder May 1, 1997
Happy Birthday Wired
It's been a weird five years.
Wired George Gilder January 1, 1998
The Drive to Create
National Review George Gilder August 16, 2010
Testimony for Telecommunications Policy: A Look Ahead
Senate Committee Hearing George Gilder April 28, 2004
Net neutrality: Obama's FCC puts Internet, American innovation at risk
Fox News George Gilder March 18, 2015
The Materialist Superstition
American Enterprise George Gilder September 1, 1998
Recapturing the Spirit of Enterprise
A presentation at the Independent Policy Forum Luncheon -- Sheraton Palace Hotel, San Francisco
The Independent Institute George Gilder February 24, 1994
Open Access Now!
Wait, Never Mind
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder February 18, 2000
Eunuchnet
Jewish World Review George Gilder July 1, 2015
Metcalf's Law and Legacy
Forbes ASAP George Gilder September 1, 1993
Internet in the Balance
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder October 20, 2000
Gilder Responds to Wired: The Materialist Superstition
Discovery Institute George Gilder October 18, 2004
Digital Dark Horse Newspapers
Media Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Fairest of Us All?
Forbes ASAP George Gilder October 1, 1993
Life After Television, Revisited
Forbes ASAP George Gilder February 1, 1994
The Issaquah Miracle
Forbes ASAP George Gilder June 1, 1993
The New Rule of Wireless
Forbes ASAP George Gilder March 1, 1993
Blinkered Sages
National Review George Gilder May 5, 2008
When Moore Meets Metcalfe
Forbes George Gilder April 30, 2008
California's Destructive Green Jobs Lobby
Wall Street Journal George Gilder November 16, 2010
The Faith of a Futurist
In the future, as in the past, religious faith is central to the process of innovation
Wall Street Journal George Gilder December 31, 1999
Into the fibersphere
Forbes ASAP George Gilder December 1, 1992
Auctioning the Airways
Forbes ASAP George Gilder April 1, 1994
What Creates Wealth?
Prager University George Gilder August 11, 2014
Rembrandts in the Attic? Or Constitutional Cartoons
Duke Law School George Gilder April 1, 2005
Do You Pass the Israel Test?
Prager University George Gilder June 30, 2014
Tumbling Into the Telechasm
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder August 6, 2001
Let Them Eat Fiber
American Spectator George Gilder May 1, 2003
Future Imperfect
National Review George Gilder February 8, 2010
Capitalism, Jewish Achievement, and the Israel Test
The American George Gilder July 27, 2009
Wealth and Poverty: A New Edition for the Twenty-First Century
Regnery Publishing George Gilder August 21, 2012
Osama bin Luddite
American Spectator George Gilder October 1, 2001
A Corporate Crime Wave?
Wall Street Journal George Gilder January 11, 2002
Zero-Sum Folly, From Kyoto to Kosovo
Wall Street Journal George Gilder May 6, 1999
The Information Factories
WIRED George Gilder October 25, 2006
Evolution and Me
The Darwinian theory has become an all-purpose obstacle to thought rather than an enabler of scientific advance
National Review George Gilder July 17, 2006
Why Capitalism Works
Prager University George Gilder March 12, 2014
Romney, Bain, and Me
American Spectator George Gilder September 1, 2012
Jude Wanniski, 1936-2005
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder September 1, 2005
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.
Wall Street Journal George Gilder August 30, 2012
Surprise and Creativity
Notes toward a new economics
The Weekly Standard George Gilder August 5, 2013
Moore's Law, Kurzweil and Telecosm Stocks
Forbes George Gilder November 3, 2005
The Cut That Heals
National Review George Gilder February 22, 2010
The Scandal of Computer Security
WIRED George Gilder July 25, 2013
Adviser Q&A: No Love For Net Processors
Forbes George Gilder February 2, 2006
Adviser Soapbox: Michael Milkenomics
Forbes George Gilder May 18, 2006
Who Will Protect Cyberspace?
Disco-Tech Blog George Gilder June 5, 2009
Broadband's Narrow Minds
Wall Street Journal George Gilder February 19, 2003
The Costs of Health Care Failure
Forbes Magazine George Gilder November 18, 2013
Ten Laws Of The Telecosm Redux
Forbes George Gilder January 9, 2007
Economics Is Not For Actuaries
Wall Street Journal George Gilder January 2, 2007
Ideas for Renewing American Prosperity
If you could propose one change in American policy, society or culture to revive prosperity and self-confidence, what would it be and why?
Wall Street Journal George Gilder July 7, 2014
The Idea of the (Feminized) University:
Coeds are one thing . . .
National Review George Gilder December 31, 2005
Cap and Trade for the Internet
Wall Street Journal George Gilder March 16, 2010
Smoot Hawley, Chinese Style
Forbes.com George Gilder May 20, 2005
How McCain Feingold Favors 'Earmarking'
Letter to the Editor
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder January 26, 2006
Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How it is Revolutionizing our World
Regnery Publishing George Gilder June 10, 2013
Unleash the Mind
National Review George Gilder August 13, 2012
Why Antagonize China?
Wall Street Journal George Gilder February 4, 2010
The Scandal of Computer Security
Discovery News George Gilder May 30, 2013
Silicon Israel
City Journal George Gilder August 25, 2009
Making Broadband Bloom
Business 2.0 George Gilder September 1, 2003
Stop everything . . . it’s Techno-Horror!
From Silicon Valley via Aspen, Bill Joy wants to call the police. On science. On technology. On the industry that made him rich. The Left is OverJoyed.
American Spectator George Gilder & Richard Vigilante March 15, 2001
Telecosm 2007:
LAN's End
Gilder Forbes Publishing George Gilder & Steve Forbes October 16, 2007
The Broadband Economy Needs a Hero
Wall Street Journal George Gilder and Bret Swanson February 23, 2001
Choking Broadband
Forbes George Gilder and Bret Swanson September 16, 2002
Unleash Broadband
Wall Street Journal George Gilder and Bret Swanson July 8, 2002
21st-Century War Economics
The American Spectator George Gilder and Bret Swanson December 15, 2001
Advisor Soapbox:
Korean Broadband Explosion
Forbes.com George Gilder and Charlie Burger August 27, 2003
AT&T's Wireless Debacle
The Wall Street Journal George Gilder and Richard Vigilante May 1, 2000
The Telecosm Party
Forbes ASAP George Gilder and Richard Vigilante December 1, 2000
Capitalism, Freedom, and Jewish Accomplishment: The Israel Test
American Enterprise Institute George Gilder, Charles Murray, Jon Entine July 28, 2009
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'
The Seattle Weekly George Howland Jr. April 19, 2006
Asking For Directions
Voters were clear on Nov. 8. Now a map needs to be drawn by state transportation planners and politicians. It's a complicated route.
Seattle Weekly George Howland Jr. December 6, 2005
The Hidden Costs Of Light Rail Across The I-90 Bridge
Seattle Times George Kargianis, Phil Talmadge May 16, 2007
Darwin's Compost
American Thinker George Neumayr August 4, 2005
The Monkey Wrench
The American Spectator George Neumayr July 29, 2005
Origin of Life: A Catholic View
NPR, "Taking Issue" George Sim Johnson August 8, 2005
Designed for Living
The Wall Street Journal George Sim Johnston October 15, 1999
The Origins of Life:
A Catholic View
Taking Issue (NPR) George Sim Johnston August 8, 2005
The Origins of Life:
A Catholic View
Taking Issue (NPR) George Sim Johnston August 8, 2005
The Origins of Life:
A Catholic View
Taking Issue (NPR) George Sim Johnston August 8, 2005
The Origins of Life:
A Catholic View
Taking Issue (NPR) George Sim Johnston August 8, 2005
Catholic Church Must Lose the Psychobabble
Los Angeles Times George Weigel December 17, 2002
Morality, Just War and a Iraq Attack
Discovery Institute George Weigel October 4, 2002
Europe's Two Culture Wars
Commentary George Weigel May 1, 2006
Light in a New Dark Age
The Wall Street Journal George Weigel April 21, 2005
"Just War" and Preemption: The Case for Attacking Iraq
Seattle Times George Weigel October 1, 2002
To Debate or Not to Debate Intelligent Design?
Inside Higher Ed Gerald Graff September 28, 2005
New Methods Of Funding Crucial
The Tennessean Gerald Nicely August 11, 2009
Look Ma, No Driver
Globe And Mail Gerry Blackwell October 23, 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.
Globes Gitit Pincas June 21, 2007
Darwin's Critics Are No Bigots, in Contrast to Certain Darwinists
Giuseppe Sermonti Giuseppe Sermonti October 19, 2005
Amtrak speeds up with 'Acela'
Seattle Times Glen Johnson March 10, 1999
The Vision Thing
WSJ Reviews George Gilder's "The Silicon Eye"
The Wall Street Journal Glenn Harlan Reynolds May 3, 2005
Fast Foot Ferries Deserve Our Support
Kitsap Sun Glenn Hodge May 19, 2008
For the viaduct, a light at the end of the tunnel
Puget Sound Business journal Glenn Pascall January 23, 2009
Bold Steps Needed to End Region's Malaise
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall October 18, 2002
Technology Can Help Solve Transportation Dilemma
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall July 18, 2008
Transportation goes nowhere without funding
Policy Perspectives
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall July 27, 2001
A Rational Look at Transit
The Seattle Times Glenn Pascall December 21, 2001
Is Deep-Bore Tunnel Best Hope To Replace Viaduct?
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall December 28, 2007
.....But Global Security Is As Much At Stake As Clean Air
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall May 28, 2007
Perhaps the Next Big Idea Is... Auto-Mobility
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn Pascall January 3, 2003
Vision Quest: Lack of Guts, Candor Strangle Seattle, the State, the Region
Seattle Times Glenn Pascall July 28, 2002
Bored By All Those Viaduct Choices? Think Again
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall March 16, 2007
Tolling Is Bridge To New Era Of Ground Transportation
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall August 1, 2008
Bold steps needed to end region's malaise
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall October 18, 2002
Making A Bold Case For Moving Our Economy Beyond Oil
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall September 12, 2008
Other Tunnel Option Must Withstand Scrutiny
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall March 30, 2007
Taking the high road on transportation issues
Policy Perspectives
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall August 10, 2000
Tolls - And A Transport Revolution - Are Headed Our Way
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall July 11, 2008
Transportation Thinkers Debate High-Tech Fixes
Puget Sound Business Journal Glenn R. Pascall March 4, 2005
The Privileged Planet
How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed For Discovery
Regnery Publishing Gonzalez, Guillermo and Richards, Jay W. March 1, 2004
Washington and neighbors working on U.S. 97 as inland corridor
Washington State Transportation Commission's "Express" Grace Eubanks November 1, 1999
Drawing battle lines in "The War on Humans"
World Grace Richardson March 19, 2014
Netherlands Looks to Expand Euthanasia Grounds to Include Lonely, Poor
The Daily Caller Gracie Ferrell November 15, 2011
A Mathematician's View of Evolution
The Mathematical Intelligencer 22, no. 4 (2000), pp5-7 Granville Sewell July 7, 2006
Evolution's Thermodynamic Failure
The American Spectator Granville Sewell December 28, 2005
My Failed Simulation on Evolution
Human Events Granville Sewell February 21, 2008
Atheist Author Christopher Hitchens Energetic in Debate at Birmingham Sheraton
Birmingham News Greg Garrison September 7, 2010
Tunnel Idea Emerges
Puget Sound Business Journal Greg Lamm December 21, 2007
Olympic Hopefuls: 2010 Winter Games Offer Opportunity
Puget Sound Business Journal Greg Lamm May 14, 2004
Citizen Slade
Puget Sound Business Journal Greg Lamm April 30, 2010
Viaduct Plan Is Long On Ideas, Short On Money
Puget Sound Business Journal Greg Lamm October 28, 2004
The New Fundamentalism
Wall Street Journal Gregg Easterbrook August 8, 2000
Paine Field: Airport Needed To Relieve Congestion
Everett Herald Gregg Ortega November 12, 2007
Jack Meets Gen X:
Apologetics of Longing and the Postmodern Mood
Gregory Dunn July 1, 1998
STATEMENT FROM IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT ON DENIAL OF TENURE TO GUILLERMO GONZALEZ
Iowa State University Gregory Geoffroy June 1, 1985
Tracks To Remain On Trail-Rail Corridor
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts April 15, 2008
Roads And Transit Package Too Big And Too Pricey, Voters Feared
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts November 29, 2007
Plan To Convert Eastside Rail Line Into Trail Endorsed
Commuter-Rail Advocates Protest
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts January 20, 2007
County Council OKs Eastside Rail With Trail
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts May 6, 2008
State To Receive Federal Money For I-5 Bridge
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Gregory Roberts September 10, 2007
The universe has a designer, speakers say
Baptist Press Gregory Tomlin April 20, 2007
Is The Design of Modern Science Defective?: A review of Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism
FreeRepublic.com Guillermo Dekat July 18, 2007
Habitable Zones in the Universe
Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres Guillermo Gonzalez September 1, 2005
An Open Letter to My Open-Minded Colleagues
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez June 29, 2005
ID Theory: Open to 'Design' Possibilities
Des Moines Register Guillermo Gonzalez August 31, 2005
A Grand Conspiracy
Ames Tribune Guillermo Gonzalez July 11, 2005
More Propaganda About Intelligent Design
The Ames Tribune Guillermo Gonzalez February 9, 2006
Alien Intelligences?:
Think Again
Space.com Guillermo Gonzalez February 29, 2000
Misrepresenting Intelligent Design
The Scientist Guillermo Gonzalez August 29, 2005
Habitable Zones in the Universe
Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres (forthcoming) Guillermo Gonzalez March 15, 2005
Priest of the Cosmos
A Book Review
Touchstone Guillermo Gonzalez & Jay W. Richards December 8, 2006
Introduction to The Privileged Planet
Regnery Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay Richards June 15, 2005
Designed for Discovery
4Truth.Net Science Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards May 1, 2009
Good Reason To Shoot For The Moon
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards January 21, 2004
Was Starlight Deflection Important for the Acceptance of General Relativity?
A Response to Critics
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez, Jay Richards August 2, 2004
The Skeptical Rejoinder
Objections to our Argument from The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez, Jay Richards July 14, 2005
Paleomagnetism and The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez, Jay Richards October 5, 2004
A Response to Some Objections by Kyler Kuehn to The Privileged Planet
Discovery Institute Guillermo Gonzalez, Jay Richards April 29, 2004
Stop The Tunnel?
KUOW-FM Guy Nelson August 31, 2009
Intelligent Design 101: Leading Experts Explain the Key Issues
Kregel H. Wayne House March 1, 2008
'My Country Needs Me'
Iraqi democrats haven't given up the fight. How can we?
Wall Street Journal HEATHER ROBINSON November 1, 2006
The Misanthropes
Review of Consumer’s Guide to a Brave New World, by Wesley J. Smith
National Review Hadley Arkes January 17, 2004
The Misanthropes:
A Review of Wesley J. Smith’s Consumer’s Guide to the Brave New World
National Review Hadley Arkes January 31, 2005
Servatius Redux:
Gonzales and the Libertarian Mistake
National Review Online Hadley Arkes January 27, 2006
Stimulus Funds Wanted For Improved Rail Line
The Seattle Times Hal Bernton May 28, 2009
Fans Of Plug-in Cars Build Their Power Base
Seattle Times Hal Bernton & Mike Lindblom May 8, 2007
Technological Transition of the Nation's Communications Infrastructure
Discovery Institute Hance Haney January 28, 2013
House Telecom Proposal Opens New Frontiers for Regulation
Discovery Institute Hance Haney September 22, 2005
AT&T-Time Warner Merger Will Help Fund 5G
Anticompetitive Fears Are Overblown
Medium Hance Haney November 3, 2016
Comcast’s Terabyte Experiment
Medium Hance Haney April 27, 2016
Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump on Tech Policy
Medium Hance Haney July 25, 2016
What About Sprint?
San Francisco Chronicle Hance Haney April 26, 2011
FBI's iPhone Request Threatens Innovation
The Stream Hance Haney February 22, 2016
Transcript: After the Revolution: A Review of the Tech Boom, Bust, and Rebirth
with George Gilder, Hance Haney and Matt McIlwain
Discovery Institute Hance Haney May 20, 2015
Comcast and Netflix Show The Way
Voluntary content deal demonstrates the uselessness of set-top box regulation
Medium Hance Haney September 20, 2016
Telecom Landscape Has Changed:
Not Culture Of Reliance On Regulation
Discovery Institute Hance Haney October 31, 2005
Controlling the Internet
Net neutrality regulation is still a bad idea.
The Stream Hance Haney February 24, 2015
Ensure Smooth Transition from Legacy to All-IP Networks
Before the Federal Communications Commission Hance Haney March 9, 2015
Privacy Regulation That Distorts Competition Not Good for Consumers
Medium Hance Haney October 26, 2016
Let Network Providers Manage Their Networks
Discovery Institute Hance Haney February 13, 2008
FCC Inquiry Shows Broadband Regulation Unnecessary
Discovery Institute Hance Haney July 16, 2007
Broadband Regulation Risks Jobs
Sacramento Bee Hance Haney July 18, 2010
Do Data Retention Risks Outweigh the Rewards?
New Millennium Research Council Milestones Hance Haney June 22, 2007
Telco Innovation
Nothing For Net Neutrality Regulation To Chill?
disco-tech.com Hance Haney August 3, 2006
Deregulate Special Access Rates
Discovery Institute Hance Haney August 15, 2007
Telecom Consumers Demand
To support consumer demand, more spectrum necessary for wireless devices
The Aspen Times Hance Haney August 19, 2012
Combat Terrorists, But Don't Kill the Internet
The Aspen Times Hance Haney August 31, 2010
Comments on the FCC's Proposal to Reform Cable Franchising
Discovery Institute Hance Haney February 13, 2006
Spectrum Crunch Fast Approaching
Daily Caller Hance Haney April 3, 2012
Broadbandits' Revenge
Washington Times Hance Haney October 11, 2007
Eliminate Video Franchising
Discovery Institute Hance Haney February 14, 2006
Tunney Act Review
New weapon in disgruntled competitors' arsenal
disco-tech.org Hance Haney July 13, 2006
Deregulate Cable Navigation Devices
Technology Liberation Front Hance Haney April 26, 2007
FCC Bends the Rules in Pursuit of Ideological Preference
The Daily Caller Hance Haney December 8, 2011
Strangling Deregulation
Discovery Institute Hance Haney March 7, 2008
FCC a Special-Interest Playground When Reviewing Mergers
Technology & Democracy Project Hance Haney December 6, 2006
The Internet doesn't need new rules
St. Petersburg Times Hance Haney September 7, 2010
Regulation Inflates Broadband Prices
FCC Should Set Unified Pole Attachment Fee
Discovery Institute Hance Haney March 7, 2008
The Games Bureaucrats Play
Brainwash Hance Haney September 18, 2006
FCC Should Focus on Spurring Investment, Not More Regulation
The Seattle Times Hance Haney May 2, 2010
How To Reform Cable Franchising
Discovery Institute Hance Haney May 4, 2007
EU Threatens Innovation in Action Against Microsoft
disco-tech.org Hance Haney November 16, 2005
Illinois’ Incomplete Telecom Report Card
Remnant telecom regulation threatens jobs and opportunity in Illinois
Illinois Technology Partnership Hance Haney & George Gilder March 17, 2010
Wisconsin Telecom Policy Needs Update
Regulation hampers ability of telecom providers to create and maintain jobs and opportunity in Wisconsin
Wired Wisconsin Hance Haney & George Gilder November 30, 2010
Unnecessary telecom regulations hurting Illinois
News-Gazette Hance Haney and George Gilder March 21, 2010
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
Discovery Institute Hance Haney and George Gilder February 19, 2009
Kentucky Telecom Law Needs Update
Discovery Institute Hance Haney and George Gilder January 1, 2013
More Broadband, Increased Choice and Lower Prices Begin With Regulatory Reform
Study Highlights Needed Telecom Regulatory Reforms in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
Discovery Institute Hance Haney, George Gilder August 13, 2008
Georgia's Unfinished Telecom Agenda
Regulatory Reform Would Grow Georgia's Economy
Discovery Institute Hance Haney, George Gilder January 8, 2010
No Paine, No Gain
Seattle Times Hans Toorens September 19, 2007
Local Philanthropy: Humboldt County, California-Style
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger April 23, 2013
America needs local parks
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger November 4, 2013
Give Big by Staying Small
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger December 3, 2014
Building a Bigger Nonprofit Sector
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger May 7, 2013
Poverty and philanthropy in the suburbs
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger June 19, 2013
The Death of Dialogue?
Townhall.com Hans Zeiger July 1, 2009
Entrepreneurs can save their communities
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger November 27, 2013
Speaking the Language of America
John Jay Institute Hans Zeiger January 1, 2015
The Death of Dialogue
Townhall.com Hans Zeiger January 1, 2009
Mark Zuckerberg, Philanthropist
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger January 20, 2014
The Voluntarism Fantasy?
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger April 2, 2014
100 Years of Community Foundations
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger August 13, 2014
Networks of Love
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger April 17, 2014
Relationships and the War on Poverty
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger February 4, 2014
Place-based Philanthropy
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger October 12, 2014
Blurring lines between government and philanthropy
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger March 24, 2016
Hiring Civic-Minded Millennials
Philanthropy Daily Hans Zeiger June 23, 2014
Oregon Scores Millions For Electric Vehicle Development
The Oregonian Harry Esteve August 5, 2009
Seeking A Transit System We Can Afford
Vancouver Sun Harvey Enchin August 15, 2009
Drivers Asked To Test Alternative To Fuel Tax
Associated Press Heather Clark July 8, 2009
Get with the Program
A Review of Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer
Salvo Heather Zeiger December 17, 2009
Only A Few Seek 2010 Deals
Puget Sound Business Journal Heidi Dietrich February 10, 2006
There's an Intelligent Defence for Intelligent Design
Kitchener Waterloo Record Hendrik Van der Breggen August 23, 2005
Standard Evolutionary Theory Has Shortcomings
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Henry Schaefer September 28, 2002
Kingston's Boat Is All Set To Float
North Kitsap Herald Herald Staff July 12, 2004
The Real Israel Test
NewMajority.com Hillary Mann Leverett January 1, 2009
Life's Grand Design:
A New Breed of Anti-Evolutionists Credits It to an Unnamed Intelligence
U.S. News & World Report Holly J. Morris July 29, 2002
Life's Grand Design
U.S. News & World Report Holly J. Morris July 19, 2002
Obama vs. the 1980s
Wall Street Journal Holman Jenkins August 6, 2011
Transcript-NPR Talk of the Nation / Science Friday
How evolution is taught in the classroom
National Public Radio Host: Ira Flatow with S. Meyer, K. Miller, L. Krauss & D. Ownes-Fink November 8, 2002
Dover Trial Preview to Witness Testimony
An Interview with (Dr.) Barbara Forrest
Radio Station WNBLAT Hosted by Marvin Waldburger September 29, 2005
Listen to John Drescher
Business America Radio Hosted by: Roland Vogel March 15, 2004
Listen to George Gilder
Business America Radio Hosted by: Roland Vogel March 8, 2004
Grab Your Gephardts and Get In the Energy Line
The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman June 27, 2001
Wanting a Miracle: Can Both Teams Win?
The Fort Wayne News Sentinel Howard Chapman January 31, 2007
It’s easy to bash capitalism, but German film shows different reality
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman October 20, 2011
There may be struggles the next four years, but the country will be all right
News-Sentinel Howard Chapman December 12, 2012
If Only the Government Could See Reason, as Did My Friend Arnold
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman May 27, 2011
I’d rather be in Fort Wayne to Read the Daily Newspaper Than in Detroit
News Sentinel Howard Chapman September 18, 2013
Good judges overcome personal bias and rule according to the law
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman June 16, 2009
Why Do We Care About Bristol? Because of Her Mother
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman July 16, 2011
Cuba Problems are Same, Possibilities New
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman March 15, 2012
Foreclosures are Like Taxes: We Don't Want Them, but Have to Have Them
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman June 17, 2008
The Free Press Is Essential, But Journalists Cannot Be Above Law
The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman July 13, 2005
Voter Fraud Has Long Been a Problem, and Photo IDs Will Definitely Help
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman January 11, 2008
Sometimes it's Better to Just See Things From Dog's View
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman August 30, 2011
Both Martha and Justice Have Suffered, and Now It Will Get Even Worse
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman March 12, 2004
William F. Buckley's Intellect Went Beyond Basketball and Bob Knight
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard Chapman March 6, 2008
While There's A Lot That's Unfair, How Can You Be Grumpy Living In the U.S.?
News Sentinel Howard Chapman August 26, 2013
Find Out Just How Astute a Person You Are By Taking This Opinion Quiz
News-Sentinel Howard Chapman September 21, 2012
Intelligent Design: Atheists to the Rescue
First Things Howard Kainz November 29, 2011
Have the Democrats forgotten about Reno?
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman June 15, 2007
All American History Pivots On Events Of Our Civil War
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman May 27, 2005
While There are Sister Cities There Will be no Wars
A friendship across years and miles
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman September 28, 2009
Farewell to alluring, but faithless, France
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel Howard L. Chapman April 21, 2003
Rats, Pigs, and Dogs: Oh Boy!
www.humanewatch.org Humane Watch February 28, 2010
Unintelligent Designs on Academic Freedom
American Spectator Online Hunter Baker October 1, 2003
The Professor’s Paroxysm
National Review Online Hunter Baker March 15, 2004
Darwin's God
Evolution and the Problem of Evil
Brazos Press Hunter, Cornelius G. June 1, 2002
Science's Blind Spot
The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism
Brazos Press Hunter, Cornelius G. January 1, 2007
A Danger of Being Obamatized
Investor's Business Daily IBD Editorial June 19, 2008
A Danger of Being Obamatized
Investor's Business Daily IBD Editorial June 19, 2008
C.S. Lewis and the Unknown Idols of 'Secularism' in the Twenty-first Century
1998 by Iain T. Benson Iain Benson July 1, 1998
Second Vancouver-Washington Amtrak train gets a reprieve
The Globe and Mail Ian Bailey and Gary Mason October 14, 2010
Review: Darwinism, Design, and Public Education
Investigate Magazine Ian Wishart April 12, 2004
Telecom Reform in Indiana
WFYI Public Television Indiana Lawmakers February 3, 2006
Ingrid Newkirk Letter on Animal Rights:
A Response to Wesley Smith's Chimp Deal
National Review Online Ingrid Newkirk January 23, 2003
Smells Like A Fry Kitchen, But Goes Miles On A Tank
Grease Helps Couple Beat Pump Prices
The Olympian Ingrid Stegemoeller July 11, 2006
Puget Sound-area Commuters Are Getting Creative To Avoid Rising Gas Prices
Seattle Times Isaac Arnsdorf July 1, 2008
The Second Tablet Project
First Things J. Budziszewski June 30, 2002
Testimony by J. Budziszewski to Texas SBOE
Discovery Institute J. Budziszewski September 10, 2003
Natural Born Lawyers
Review of eight recent books on Natural Law
The Weekly Standard J. Budziszewski December 20, 1999
Just the facts, please
World J. Budziszewski February 26, 2000
The Revenge of Conscience
First Things 84 J. Budziszewski June 1, 1998
Common Ground in the Uncommon Apologetic of Chesterton and Lewis
Department of Philosophy and Religion, Taylor University J. Daryl Charles July 1, 1998
Will 'smart growth' prove to be smart political topic?
Gore makes his pitch; but anti-sprawl tack doesn't always prevail
The Seattle Times J. Martin McOmber April 1, 1999
Fifty-two Ohio Scientists Call for Academic Freedom on Darwin's Theory
Press Release J. Sjogren & R. DiSilvestro March 20, 2002
Chance and Necessity Do Not Explain the Origin of Life
Cell Biology International; Volume 28, Issue 11 J.T. Trevors and D.L. Abel November 1, 2004
The Democratic War on Science
WorldNetDaily.com Jack Cashill February 7, 2008
Explosive Memo Reveals Darwinist Strategy for Kansas
WorldNet Daily Jack Cashill May 6, 1985
Peer-harassed scientist rocks evolutionary boat
World Net Daily Jack Cashill February 15, 2007
Is intelligent design a dumb idea?
Current conflicts in biology
Discovery Institute Jack Collins May 1, 1999
Candidates Want Ferry Person To Run Ferries
Kitsap Sun Jack Swanson October 22, 2004
Animal Wrongs
Frontpage Magazine Jacob Laksin March 11, 2010
In Search Of A National Transportation Plan
Reporter Newspapers Jake Lynch October 1, 2009
Bored Tunnel Technology Helps Option Advance
KUOW-FM Jamala Henderson January 5, 2009
A Third Way
Boston Review James A. Shapiro March 28, 1997
Sub-Standard Science Standards, Still
Florida Baptist Witness James A. Smith Sr. February 4, 2008
Promise of Fiber Optics Justifies Bet on Battered Telecom Stocks
The Wall Street Journal James B. Stewart December 1, 2004
Why-a-duct?
Seattle Weekly James Bush September 7, 2000
Light at the End of the Telecom Tunnel
FOXnews.com James Gattuso March 15, 2004
Republicans On Immigration: The War Within
RealClearPolitics James J. Na May 11, 2006
The Lesson of Gwangju Reverberates Today
The Seattle Times James J. Na June 16, 2005
Provocative Missile Launch Could Backfire On North Korea
Seattle Times James J. Na June 28, 2006
Sovereignty, from Sea to Sea
Seattle Times James J. Na September 21, 2005
Urge to Rant Propelling Blogs to Status of Mainstream Media
The Seattle Times James J. Na February 14, 2005
Don't Worry, Be Fortunate
Seattle Times James J. Na January 11, 2006
The Roadblock To Beijing Runs Through New Delhi
Seattle Times James J. Na March 1, 2006
N. Korea: A Dangerous, But Incompetent Villain
RealClearPolitics James J. Na July 5, 2006
Choosing to Weave into the Fabric of America
The Seattle Times James J. Na December 12, 2005
Why Bush is the Best Choice to Fight the War on Terror
The Seattle Times James J. Na October 21, 2004
Profile of an Iraqi Politician
RealClearPolitics.com James J. Na January 28, 2005
Seattle's Charms Can't Hold The Young And The Restless
The Seattle Times James J. Na July 27, 2005
How to Define Success in the War on Terror
The Seattle Times James J. Na January 12, 2005
A Political Survival Guide for Red-Leaning Blue-Staters
The Seattle Times James J. Na November 17, 2004
Troop Realignment Vital to U.S. Security
Seattle Post-Intelligencer James J. Na August 19, 2004
High Time for Confronting North Korea
RealClearPolitics James J. Na March 25, 2005
Hines Ward's Tale of American Transcendence
Seattle Times James J. Na May 17, 2006
North Korea on brink of implosion
Seattle Post-Intelligencer James J. Na April 28, 2004
U.S. Congress Strikes Back in "Battle of Inchon"
Real Clear Politics James J. Na September 19, 2005
State's Next Governor Must Reverse Economic Slide
The Seattle Times James J. Na December 13, 2004
American military deaths in Iraq: Context and History
RealClear Politics James J. Na October 27, 2005
Underrepresented Minorities
A Shift In The Racial Dialogue
The Seattle Times James J. Na May 16, 2005
Honoring a True Martyr for Freedom in Iraq
The Seattle Times James J. Na March 9, 2005
Another "Rising Star" Governor Takes On President Bush
RealClearPolitics James J. Na February 2, 2006
Condi Challenges "Old Diplomacy"
RealClearPolitics James J. Na January 27, 2006
We Can Fight Terrorism by Fostering Free Debate
The Seattle Times James J. Na September 28, 2004
Free Enterprise and Choice: The Making of a Conservative
Seattle Times James J. Na April 6, 2006
What About 'Carrot and Stick' for Immigration?
RealClearPolitics James J. Na April 20, 2006
Tales of Horror Falling Mostly on Deaf Ears
The Seattle Times James J. Na November 23, 2005
China's Strategic Direction
RealClearPolitics James J. Na April 15, 2005
Here's the Real Poop on Civic-Minded Seattle
The Seattle Times James J. Na April 13, 2005
Brace for the U.N. Tax Man
Seattle Times James J. Na October 11, 2005
Operation Paul Bunyan 2?
RealClearPolitics James J. Na May 4, 2005
We Must Teach The Insurgents To Respect U.S. Power
The Seattle Times James J. Na April 9, 2004
Yellow Science
Wall Street Journal James Kerian June 25, 2008
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
The Oregonian James Mayer, Andy Dworkin August 5, 2007
The Lewis Legacy-Issue 75, Winter 1998
C. S. Lewis and the Titanic
The C. S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing James O'Fee January 1, 1998
Venture Capitalists Offer 'Sliver' of Opportunities
Colorado Companies at Conference Will Seek More Than Find
Rocky Mountain News James Paton February 23, 2006
Indivisible: Restoring Faith, Family, and Freedom Before It's Too Late
FaithWords James Robison and Jay W. Richards July 3, 2012
Let's Build The Northwest Passage
Seattle Times James Vesely June 24, 2007
New Hope For Regional Cooperation-Maybe
The Seattle Times James Vesely January 25, 2004
Clarify, simplify, tell us your plans
The Seattle Times James Vesely March 21, 2004
Two On A Transportation Life Raft
Seattle Times James Vesely January 27, 2008
At The Pump, The Movie Never Ends
The Seattle Times James Vesely April 30, 2006
Warning Signs For The Fall: A Sneaky Tax
Seattle Times James Vesely August 19, 2007
Transportation Primer: How to Pop Popcorn Together
Seattle Times James Vesely March 2, 2003
Tolls Ahead: The Logic and the Beauty of Pay-By-Ride
Seattle Times James Vesely July 14, 2002
How Green Is My Valley
Seattle Times James Vesely December 9, 2007
No Plan B, But Plenty Of B12
Seattle Times James Vesely January 6, 2008
SR 520 and the long-term effects of doing nothing
Seattle Times James Vesely July 3, 2000
The True Environmentalists, Linking Ownership to Values
Seattle Times James Vesely February 24, 2002
The End Of Soaring, The Start Of Tunneling
Seattle Times James Vesely June 29, 2008
Transportation: Mega-Agency, Mega Dollars
The Seattle Times James Vesely January 29, 2006
Waiting For The DMU
The Seattle Times James Vesely February 12, 2007
Meltdown: The Region Has No Clothes
The Seattle Times James Vesely January 21, 2007
How to restore credibility in local government
The Seattle Times James Vesely November 16, 2003