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A Tri-City group got together Sunday afternoon at John Dam Plaza in Richland to paint their car windows with messages of freedom. Click here for the full story.
On June 30, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court decided one of the most important education reform cases in the past half-century. This landmark case, Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, held that the U.S. Constitution does not allow states to discriminate against religious parents or schools if policymakers choose to enact a private educational choice program…
Hello, I’m Josie Mettling, a Freshman at Southridge Highschool. I’ve been given the opportunity to talk about my experience with Distance learning and how it has affected me. Thousands of students including myself of the Kennewick School District have been struggling immensely with distance learning, and a lot of kids don’t speak up because they…
This is a very brief summary of the Ottersen case. See the documents and photos below for more detailed information. According to Mr Ottersen, Chris Hanson, a Surfside HOA board member, who was also the Chairman and Trustee to the architectural committee, wanted to buy some wood from Mr. Ottersen. Ottersen did not want to…
Patricia Quigley, lost her home do to the HOA foreclosing. She then discovered that the same HOA had bought her house at the Sheriff’s sale for $3.24. Click here for the full story.
This is the story of Raelene and Steve Shifano, written by Raelene. My HOA horror story started in August of 2014. My husband Steve and I had just returned from a 3-month trip to Europe, where we had walked a 500-mile trek across Spain (The Camino De Santiago) and visited 9 different countries. We were…
Election Edition October 31st, 2020 IN THIS ISSUE OF THE FLAME ELECTION 2020: Election Day 2020: Tuesday, November 3rd Ignite Foundation: Candidate Endorsements “A Letter to the Voters” From Judge Dave Larson, Candidate for State Supreme Court pos. 3 Op-ed: “Teachers Union Keeping Kids out of School” Ignite Legal: Ha Thu Dao, Esq. on “Do…
October 20th, 2020 IN THIS ISSUE OF THE FLAME: IT’S TIME TO VOTE! Are You Prepared? Introducing “Suburban Anarchist” – a Column by Jeff Jared Suburban Anarchist: “Campaigning with Judge Larson Left Me Reinvigorated and Inspired” Op-Ed: “Why I Am Voting Jo Jorgensen” Ignite Candidate of the Week: Judge Dave Larson for State Supreme Court…