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In The Herald’s sport pages, we hear endless stories about the so-so UW Huskies men’s basketball team, local high school teams, meaningless Mariners pre-season games,… Continue reading
Who am I? Think of our Congress, and how lobbyist influences their decisions. I represent a large number of people and businesses and I lobby… Continue reading
But they should still meet so Trump can tell Kim directly he is serious about military options.
This is Lucy and Sophia from Girl Scout Troop No. 45096. We think there is a major stereotype that affects many children. This stereotype is… Continue reading
Washington state’s law, creating a voluntary ‘do not sell’ firearms list, can be a national model.
Jerry Cornfield’s March 4 Herald article, “Taming the traffic-troubled U.S. 2 trestle,” points out the critical need to address traffic problems in the Puget Sound… Continue reading
Gov. Jay Inslee should be applauded for his decision to suspend the death penalty. The death penalty has been explained as costly and unnecessary. I… Continue reading
Pompeo may work better with Trump than Tillerson did, but how will he handle an impulsive president?
Here’s how the Trump administration reseembles a ‘squalid B-movie political horror film.’
More than a year later, Clinton is still fixing blame for her loss and keeps missing the point.
Propaganda teachers and theorists tell us that the most powerful form of propaganda is that of omission. It is not an exaggeration to say that… Continue reading
The initiative promoter is suing to let voters choose between I-940 and the Legislature’s version.
The education secretary, a year into her job, can’t answer the simplest questions about her work.
Beverly Hoback, in her guest commentary in the March 4 Herald, is right to understand that she cannot be responsible for the safety of students… Continue reading
In Pompeo, President Trump will now have an ally at his side during talks with North Korea.