Editorial cartoons for Friday, July 19

A sketchy look at the day in politics.


Editorial: 50 years after ‘moon shot,’ we need an ‘earth shot’

Kennedy had faith we could reach the moon; we need the same confidence now to confront climate change.


Firework ban violators follow own rules

Kudos to Nick Matras for his July 6 letter to the editor.…


Gerson: Excuses for Trump mark GOP’s denial of right, wrong

The important vote tally was among Republicans: 187-4, on who rationalizes Trump’s racism.

Harrop: Until we can go cold turkey, quit Trump slow turkey

Rathter than obsessing over wall-to-wall coverage of his every tweet, let’s work on other pursuits.

Commentary: Trump’s attacks warrant his impeachment

His tweets against four House members devalue the citizenship of others, writes U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen.

Anna Rohrbaugh best choice for County Council, position 2

Snohomish County voters need to elect Anna Rohrbough to the Snohomish County Council for Position 2. We are in need of candidates who will put… Continue reading

Dionne: Justice’s death reminds that what’s gained can be lost

We can choose Trump’s undisguised prejudice as a vison for our country, or that of John Paul Stevens.

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, July 18

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading

Editorial: Uniforms at new school need more discussion

Uniforms aren’t a good fit, according to some parents at one of of two Everett schools adopting them.

Fireworks aren’t just for one day

In response to the recent letter to the editor by Justin Chappell who thinks fireworks equal freedom: So it’s OK to put other people’s houses… Continue reading

Hope to see improvement under new editor

As a long-time subscriber to The Herald, my 83-year-old mother, Gerri, and I have watched the quality slowly diminish over the years. So she and… Continue reading

McArdle: Williamson, the anti-Trump, could win as he did

The self-help guru has some of the same advantages Trump had in his 2016 campaign.

Parker: Of course Trump is trying to distract; but from what?

Consider timing and the latest twists — including a bogus passport — in the case of Jeffrey Epstein.

Petri: I’ve not a racist bone in my body; it’s this darn shell

Sure, my exoskelton has its faults, but deep down I’m a just a soft grub who doesn’t see color.

Would you prefer gunshots to fireworks?

This is in response to some letters from fireworks haters recently. As you live in the U.S. you have been given a gift. You live… Continue reading

‘I said, had you heard fireworks are banned in Marysville?’

“I’m sorry; what did you say?” “Oh, jeez, are you deaf?” “For the third time now, I said there is a fireworks ban in Marysville.… Continue reading

At least Sid Schwab served, saved lives durig Vietnam War

I see someone didn’t like some things Herald columnist Sid Schwab wrote recently. Schwab served in Vietnam as a surgeon and I am sure saved… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, July 17

A sketchy look at the day in politics.… Continue reading