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It’s getting harder to see how laws limiting firearms could ever get past NRA-influenced Republicans.
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
I want to say thank you to the grandmother who turned in…
Regarding the shootings at the high school in Parkland, Florida, I see myself in the faces of the parents waiting for their kids to let… Continue reading
The NRA’s blanket rejection of any measure means that we have to assert our wishes on firearm laws.
No need for the White House press secretary to clarify the issue; past statements make the point.
Guns, yes, are a part of it, but what are we teaching or not teaching kids that has brought this on?
Don’t be fooled by the charm offensive; North Korea is as murderous and dangerous as it ever was.
A Feb. 10 story in The Herald about a drug take back bill in the Legislature, is another example of state government putting a financial… Continue reading
After 2020, parts will be hard to come by for the system used by the police, fire and EMS agencies.
It’s inevitable the U.S. will become majority-minority, but they want to push its arrival past 2044.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s most recent data estimates that opioids kill more than a dozen Washingtonians every week, and politicians are slow… Continue reading
Wondering if Russia hackers will again meddle in U.S. politics? The truth is they never stopped.
There’s more than the Nunes memo, says columnist Debra J. Saunders in her Feb. 12 column. I read your article and it was a good… Continue reading
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham have also called the FISA warrant’s validity into question.
The culture of work is changing. “Gig economy” work is on the rise. Think Uber, Uber Eats, Lyft, and Taskrabbit. Individuals working on a contracted… Continue reading
For whatever reasons, have you had to change your mailing address? We have. And I just want to say, I’m trying! It used to be… Continue reading