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If you can’t refuse a service to racial or other minorities, you can’t refuse it for gays or lesbians.
The Russia story has two schools of interpretation; only time will tell which one is correct.
I would like to offer congratulations to the voting citizens of the city of Everett in the mayor’s election. The results are in and the… Continue reading
I read with interest the article in the Sept. 17 Herald; “Pay-by-the-mile pilot tests waters on gas tax replacement,” written by Melissa Slager. I can… Continue reading
What an abomination of justice! (“Trial focused on shooting despite spotlight on immigration,” The Herald, Dec. 1.) And, amazingly, not one single cry for more… Continue reading
Republicans do not know — nobody does — but they might be right, and their wager is worth trying.
We need to be good stewards, but some restrictions and rules only result in friction and resistance.
The bigger question is whether diplomacy can avoid the cataclysm of a military option.
The talking points are revised so often it amounts to a Marshall Plan for moving goal posts.
I would like to respond to the article in the Dec. 3 Herald titled, “Robots may replace nearly a third of U.S. workers.” The article… Continue reading
Low voter turnout is a result — but also a cause — in the decline in civic engagement.
I knew it years ago and I see it today, the retail expansions on 88th Street in Marysville have now created a traffic congestion problem.… Continue reading
The women in the legal series are smart and tough, but their dress undermines that portrayal.
I am thankful for the innocent faces and Thanksgiving wisdom of the Pathfinder Kindergarten students. (‘Turkey talk: Kindergartners explain Thanksgiving,” by Caleb Hutton, The Herald,… Continue reading
If there was no collusion or obstruction why go to such lengths to deny and obscure it?
roughly the same amount of time as… Continue reading