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A sketchy look at the day in politics.
I am deeply disappointed in The Herald after reading the Feb. 6…
The Trump administration’s suggested changes to SNAP are intended to starve a successful program.
James McCusker’s Feb. 10 column, “Capitalism critics help us understand politics,” starts out using his rational side to lure you into believing there is something… Continue reading
Democrats would do well to appeal to independents — if they want to win outside their strongholds.
The indictment of Russia’s internet meddling offers no cover for Trump’s claims of “NO COLLUSION!”
Do we value the NRA over children? State Sens. Mark Schoesler, Mike Padden, Phil Fortunato, and Doug Ericksen voted against a bump-stock ban in that… Continue reading
I am calling for a boycott of all stores that sell the AR-15 military assault rifles. Listed below are quotes from trauma surgeons across the… Continue reading
No one likes to admit they were had, but Trump’s supporters should consider the others he’s duped.
With focus on Rob Porter and other lesser scandals, can’t a call girl get some respect around here?
I just read Jerry Cornfield’s Feb. 13 article about how the 2019 Trump budget proposal could potentially remove funding from Sound Transit’s plan to build… Continue reading
Some predict a 2019 deficit as high as $1.2 trillion, twice the shortfall from Obama’s last year.
The liberal news media is simply gushing over the love fest, Olympics in Pyeongchang. It would appear that they were aghast that Vice President Pence… Continue reading
The retail giant was key to LGTBQ causes in Washington state, but it can do more in other states.
When the problems are mental illness and addiction, chasing crisis calls is costly and doesn’t work.
A bill would use tax revenue to keep seniors in their homes and lower the state’s property tax rate.