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A sketchy look at the day in politics.
Trump’s plan for a ‘more American’ design for Air Force One ignores the history it represents.
Foreign markets are making do without our products, and tourists are skipping the United States.
The Marysville Mayor and City Council want to increase our sales tax to build a new city government complex for police, city offices, mayors office… Continue reading
Having crossed all lines of acceptable presidential behavior, Trump is a clear and present danger.
Bruce Overstreet is running for state Senate, 38th Legislative District. I checked his campaign info online to get a sense of what he would like… Continue reading
We don’t yet know the why, but Trump’s compliance — his collusion — with Putin is right in front of us.
Nate Nehring is late with his objections to a plan to reintroduce grizzlies to the North Cascades.
If we really wanted a president to trash our allies and ignore Russia’s abuses, then he has a point.
As a subscriber to The Herald for over 60 years I must respond to the July 12 letter to the editor from Nancy Rice over… Continue reading
Kudos to The Herald for featuring Marc A Thiessen’s column on Trump and NATO (“Trump is right; NATO isn’t prepared to defend itself,” The Herald,… Continue reading
Trump embarrassed himself on the stage with Putin, yes; but he’s been tougher than his predecessors.
Tyler Rourke is running for the Everett City Council, Position 4. This young man from central Everett is as intelligent as he is tall. And… Continue reading
Washington state — and its paper ballots — are serving as an example of how to protect from hackers.
Having dodging the issue as a ’50s film star, Hunter was openly married to his husband for 35 years.
The city of Mill Creek is one of the most desirable areas to live in Snohomish County. This did not happen by accident. Many of… Continue reading