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Howard Thurman, like King a Baptist minister, influenced the civil rights leader’s thoughts on nonviolence.
Caucuses used to allot Democratic delegates leave out too many voters, compared to presidential primaries.
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
MLK Jr. was killed just as he was launching the Poor People’s Campaign. It’s needed more than ever.
A proposal in the state Legislature would encourage courts to seek plans that involve both parents.
A state Supreme Court decision puts the onus on the Legislature to act to put a price on carbon.
Did you know that 1 out of 4 students in Snohomish School District attends school in a portable? Are you aware that portables have no… Continue reading
Sexism is a factor in voters’ perceptions of candidates, but it’s just one of many variables to consider.
The U.S. and Iran are poised at the edge of war. President Trump, acting impulsively, ordered the assassination of an Iranian official considered to be… Continue reading
The founders thought of nearly everything. What they didn’t account for was the abdication of the governed.
In a recent Herald, David Ignatius discussed hostilities between the U.S. and Iran, which he claims began in 1979, with the takeover of our embassy… Continue reading
As they are now over LGBTQ rights, Methodists were earlier divided over slavery; the split was damaging.
Putin, who would have to leave office in 2024, may be looking at reforms that keep him in power.
A federal report that backs an FAA program of self-regulation by jet makers doesn’t instill confidence.
“There’s not much of a plan if they come out here.” These words spoken by a safety officer to a teacher friend are chilling. The… Continue reading