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Opinion columnists

  • Denis Hayes and Gregg Small:  Politics behind attacks on state's Clean Energy Fund   Feb. 7

  • David J. Garrow Los Angeles Times:  Ruling out senility on the Supreme Court   Feb. 7

  • Jay Willis:  Everett's anti-camping law criminalizes homelessness   Feb. 7

  • Carol MacPherson:  Grab the chance for a New Year’s do over   Feb. 7

  • Eugene Robinson:  Republican race even more of a brawl   Feb. 7

  • Kathleen Parker:  Clinton caught in crossfire of class warfare   Feb. 7

  • Dana Milbank:  Trump may be angry, but Cruz is plain nasty   Feb. 7

  • David Ignatius:  Recent losses haven’t lessened ISIS’s reach   Feb. 7

  • Dow Constantine and Tim Ballew II:  Coal, oil trains offer more threat than benefit to region   Feb. 6

  • Charles Krauthammer:  Conservatism trumps populism in Iowa vote   Feb. 5

  • Dana Milbank:  Cautious Rubio needs to burst out of his bubble   Feb. 5

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Iowa makes its case for putting trust in voters   Feb. 5

  • Froma Harrop:  Oscars not only favor the white, but the stunning   Feb. 4

  • Debra J. Saunders:  A right to protest, not a right to shut city down   Feb. 4

  • Dana Milbank:  Some spinning Clinton’s Iowa win into a loss   Feb. 4

  • Sid Schwab:  Not how GOP, Fox or Bundys planned things   Feb. 3

  • Dana Milbank:  Rubio's night in Iowa shows outsiders can be beat   Feb. 3

  • Eugene Robinson:  A lot of division still amongst all the ‘winners’ in Iowa   Feb. 3

  • David Ignatius:  What the race looks like, outside and inside the U.S.   Feb. 3

  • Froma Harrop:  Transfer of federal land would end its benefits, too   Feb. 2

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Before campaign, Cruz sought sentencing reforms   Feb. 2

  • Kathleen Parker:  Trump isn’t politically incorrect, just insulting  Feb. 1

  • Keith A. Findley Washington Post:  Reason and doubt: The lessons in 'Making a Murderer'  Jan. 31

  • Chad Kluth:  Return to prison would have added to state's error   Jan. 31

  • Ev Ehrlich:  Mobile Now Act seeks to free up wireless spectrum   Jan. 31

  • Carol MacPherson:  Ads once again best part of the Super Bowl   Jan. 31

  • David Ignatius:  What Clinton had right during Egypt's Arab Spring  Jan. 31

  • Dana Milbank:  Resuming a life interrupted by captors in Iran   Jan. 31

  • Eugene Robinson:  Trump, Sanders killed politics as usual   Jan. 31

  • Froma Harrop:  Cheap oil isn’t reversing gains of clean energy   Jan. 31

  • Bill Betten and Rolf Rautenberg:  Snohomish needs ‘strong mayor’ system  Jan. 30

  • David C. Hall:  Three minutes to midnight no time to rebuild Trident missiles  Jan. 30

  • Charles Krauthammer:  GOP's choice is populism vs. conservatism   Jan. 29

  • Dana Milbank:  Holocaust survivors see the threat in hostility toward Muslims   Jan. 29

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Yosemite’s fans are the kid in a bitter divorce   Jan. 29

  • Kathleen Parker:  Public’s trust in Clinton suffers from constant drip of doubts   Jan. 28

  • Dana Milbank:  Sanders can’t win presidency for Democrats   Jan. 28

  • David Ignatius:  Israel, Jordan may wait for U.S. to act on their behalf   Jan. 28

  • John Burbank:  We all need and deserve paid family leave   Jan. 27

  • Dana Milbank:  Flint is what happens when government is run as a business   Jan. 27

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Speaking fees distance Clinton from middle class   Jan. 27

  • Eugene Robinson:  Anything can happen; even Bloomberg   Jan. 26

  • Kathleen Parker:  Palin paved the way for Trump eight years ago   Jan. 26

  • Froma Harrop:  Campaign turning into a New York state of mind   Jan. 26

  • Dana Milbank:  GOP elites now holding noses to back Trump   Jan. 25

  • Froma Harrop:  Studies offer no support to keep drinking age at 21   Jan. 25

  • Alex Roland Philadelphia Inquirer:  How do we get to Mars?   Jan. 24

  • Jacob Gloss:  Plan to raise smoking age insults young adults   Jan. 24

  • Jason Samenow Washington Post:  Combined weight of climate data impossible to ignore  Jan. 24

  • Eugene Robinson:  Message garbled, but Trump may see bump from Palin  Jan. 24

  • Dana Milbank:  Chicago mayor finds shelter in code of silence   Jan. 24

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Raise the minimum wage, but $15 an hour may kill jobs  Jan. 24

  • David Ignatius:  China needs to let free market correct itself   Jan. 24

  • Mim Edelstein:  Quality of care will continue at Group Health under Kaiser   Jan. 23

  • Kay George:  Brochure left out details on Sultan school bond   Jan. 23

  • Robert Kowal:  Donate fly-fishing gear to help disabled vets   Jan. 23

  • Charles Krauthammer:  The GOP gets the Iran prisoner swap wrong   Jan. 22

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Sanders angrily drags his party far left of center   Jan. 21

  • Dana Milbank:  The Donald’s Letter to the Evangelicals   Jan. 21

  • Kathleen Parker:  Seeking authority in 2016? Trump’s your daddy  Jan. 21

  • Sid Schwab:  Will rational Republicans please rise?   Jan. 20

  • Dana Milbank:  Trump riles those across the pond, too   Jan. 20

  • Eugene Robinson:  Choice may be heads vs. hearts for Democrats   Jan. 19

  • David Ignatius:  Candidates won’t admit to long, costly war ahead of us   Jan. 19

  • Froma Harrop:  Single-payer plan unrealistic and distracting   Jan. 19

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Trump’s appeal to some easy to understand   Jan. 18

  • Peter Orszag Bloomberg View:  Smartphones may keep teens off the roads   Jan. 18

  • Brendan Williams:  Another state prison scandal merits attention: cost  Jan. 17

  • Susan Jane Brown News Service:  Collaborative stewardship of public lands heads off conflict  Jan. 17

  • Ramesh Raghupathi, Eugene Hong and Thomas Trojian Special to Philadelphia Inquirer:  Separating hype from science in debate over sports and brain damage  Jan. 17

  • Carol MacPherson:  Sinkhole says boring Bertha has gone soft   Jan. 17

  • Eugene Robinson:  Clinton, media can’t ignore Sanders   Jan. 17

  • Dana Milbank:  GOP field apes Trump instead of defying him   Jan. 17

  • Kathleen Parker:  Luckily for GOP, Nikki Haley fights like a girl  Jan. 17

  • David Ignatius:  Xi’s reforms may backfire on Chinese leader   Jan. 17

  • Karen Guzak:  Snohomish has been well-served by city-manager system since ’73   Jan. 16

  • David Dewhirst and Maxford Nelsen:  SEIU’s dues collection from home-care workers is illegal   Jan. 16

  • Larry Gilmore:  Who should we believe: Big Oil or scientists?  Jan. 15

  • Charles Krauthammer:  Obama has little to show for his two terms  Jan. 15

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Haley calls for bipartisanship, while Obama pays lip service   Jan. 15

  • Dana Milbank:  Obama, staffers need to be bold in final year   Jan. 15

  • Dana Milbank:  Obama urges avoiding a state of disunion   Jan. 14

  • David Ignatius:  U.S. skeptical of Putin but a necessary partner in Syria   Jan. 14

  • Froma Harrop:  Politicizing Benghazi doesn’t honor diplomats that serve us   Jan. 14

  • John Burbank:  Want quality early learning? Pay teachers   Jan. 13

  • Kathleen Parker:  With circus in town, Jeb hones his message   Jan. 13

  • Dana Milbank:  Court set to dimish role of unions as a counterbalance in politics  Jan. 13

  • Eugene Robinson:  Soon enough, Trump could be Democrats’ problem  Jan. 12

  • Froma Harrop:  Open border tough line for Democrats to straddle   Jan. 12

  • Dana Milbank:  The left should avoid hopping on birther bandwagon  Jan. 11

  • Bloomberg View editors:  Success of Mexicoís soda tax worth a look   Jan. 11

  • James Harvey:  Closer look at our schools provides hope, path for action  Jan. 10

  • Michael Cavna Washington Post:  Cartoonists need to draw a finer line of satire with Trump   Jan. 10

  • Noah Feldman Bloomberg View:  Courts unlikely to stop expanded background check   Jan. 10

  • Debra J. Saunders:  Despite veto, consider these wins by GOP   Jan. 10

  • Carol MacPherson:  Area woman continues not-so-rigorous workout   Jan. 10

  • Eugene Robinson:  Trump casts Canadian label on Cruz   Jan. 10

  • Kathleen Parker:  Fair or not, Clinton must address double standard   Jan. 10

  • David W. Rash:  There are no climate deniers, only skeptics of doomsayers   Jan. 9

  • Sam Cheyne:  Shake-up needed at poorly run agency   Jan. 9


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