National Day of Prayer - May 2

National Day of Prayer  -  May 2024


"For you are my lamp, O Lord, and my God lightens my darkness.
For by You I can run against a troop, and by my God I can leap over a wall.
This God—his way is perfect; the word of the Lord proves true;
He is a shield for all those who take refuge in Him."

2 Samuel 22:29-31

2024 National Prayer

Jesus, we profess our faith in You. You are the

Light of the world, and in You there is no

Washington Eagle Forum On Watch in Olympia

January 10, 2024

By Cindy Honcoop, Washington Eagle Forum

This Session in Olympia

On Monday January 8 the Washington State Legislature began their 60-day legislative session. Hundreds of bills will be considered. Lawmakers will also approve a supplemental budget proposal from Governor Jay Inslee.

During this session Democrats control both chambers by super-majority margins: 58-40 in the House, and 29-20 in the Senate. This also means Democrats control all committees and hearings.

Let's Go Washington Initiatives

January 10, 2024

The Lynwood Times 

Secretary of State Steve Hobbs sent official notification to the Washington state Legislature on January 8 that all six Let’s Go Washington initiatives to the legislature have been granted provisional certification while signatures are being verified. Over 2.6 million signatures for all 6 initiatives were turned in.

The six initiatives are:

· Initiative to the Legislature no. 2081 parental rights related to education;

Jay Inslee, He's Not Finished Yet!

January 9, 2024

By Hallie Golden, AP

 Addressing the Legislature at the start of his final year in office, Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee returned to one of his top priorities and the issue that defined his brief presidential bid: climate change.

“We know that climate change is hurting us now, today. But climate collapse does not have to be our inevitable future,” he said in his 11th State of the State address. “This Legislature put us on a clear — and necessary — path to slash greenhouse gases by 95% by 2050.”

Imagine There's No Plastic

December 2023, Eagle Forum Report

By Ronald Stein

Chemical products, such as plastics, solvents, and fertilizers, include more than 6,000 oil-based products that are essential for supporting modern lifestyles. 

Recognizing that eradicating the world of oil without a replacement in mind would be immoral and evil, as extreme shortages of the products now manufactured from fossil fuels will result in billions of fatalities from diseases, malnutrition, and weather-related deaths, and could be the greatest threat to the world’s eight billion population.