With Congress split between the parties, legislation requires cooperation. We can do the same.
A talk by a Rohingya refugee in Malaysia explains why a country’s legal status is key to fair shot.
I followed the career path of my father who died before my birth, work that now might have saved him.
We’ve built high-quality schools, pre-K through post-secondary. We need to coordinate them as one.
The working age population is shrinking. Immigrants won’t replace Americans; we need them to work.
In Colorado Springs, the rainbow flags are an exuberant rebuke and a reminder of stubborn optimism.
A photo showing Musk and a ‘hardcore’ nucleus skews young and very male. Is that what he means?
Where our Thanksgiving myth obscures the history of colonialism, ‘Wakanda Forever’ explores its legacy.
For the most part, the recent election showed signs public participation in politics might be on the rebound.
A sketchy look at the news of the day. Please pass the snark.… Continue reading
Small Business Saturday is your invitation to help small businesses, their employees and your town.
The voters don’t seem to care. Can we stick to issues and qualifications rather than quotas?
Thanks to Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson for explaining House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s efforts and “legislative triumphs” over the last two decades that helped create… Continue reading
The Herald’s editorial about the impending depletion of Social Security funds was well-written, necessary and maddening (“Drain on Social Security’s solvency isn’t easing,” The Herald,… Continue reading
Trump remains a threat to incite violence, but that’s no concern to Musk, who wants the eyes Trump promises.
Expect Garland to let his special counsel make the call and for Trump the seek immunity from prosecution.
I’m responding to the article, “Review slams Seattle police response to 2020 protest zone.” To use the modern riff of a fact checker I will… Continue reading