Stop the Steal? There’s been no proof of theft

President Trump and his supporters claim the election was stolen from him. “Stop the Steal” is a favorite slogan. I tried to evaluate this logically.… Continue reading

Trump supporters, he’s just not that into you

When will Trump supporters realize that he has no interest in them personally. He has simply fed on their mob anger and combined false loyalty… Continue reading

Democrats and liberal media are cause of divisiveness

It is time the Democrats and the liberal media take their share of the responsibility for this country’s problems. For five-plus years they have vilified… Continue reading

Comment: Don’t use vaccine proof as get-out-of-covid-jail card

Cards are issued as reminders for a second dose; they shouldn’t be used for immunity segregation.

Comment: How to make Google and Facebook care about privacy

No, not fines. Go after what they really care about: the algorithms they built with your data.

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, Jan. 21

A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading

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Comment: Once again for women, party put off; but not victory

Many women planned to attend the inauguration; covid and the Capitol coup attempt thwarted that.

Commentary: How media can answer to Big Lie of election fraud

More than boilerplate responses, it will require detail and a commitment to truth and science.

Could we get both sides to buy into a facts commission?

A light bulb just went off in my dim head! Since we are inundated with conflicting information, and wild conspiracy theories and resulting violence and… Continue reading

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The U.S. Capitol building is prepared for the inauguration ceremonies for President-elect Joe Biden as the "Field of Flags" are placed on the ground on the National Mall on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. in Washington, DC. Approximately 191,500 flags will cover part of the National Mall and will represent the American people who are unable to travel to Washington, for the inauguration. (Joe Raedle/Pool vias AP)

Editorial: The oath we must take after every election

We can’t address solutions to our challenges until we accept the election of those who represent us.

The U.S. Capitol building is prepared for the inauguration ceremonies for President-elect Joe Biden as the "Field of Flags" are placed on the ground on the National Mall on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021. in Washington, DC. Approximately 191,500 flags will cover part of the National Mall and will represent the American people who are unable to travel to Washington, for the inauguration. (Joe Raedle/Pool vias AP)

Harrop: Trump failed to keep his promise to coal country

It’s not Trump’s fault coal is dying. It was his fault that he lied about being able to save it.

Here’s what Trump accomplished

Thank you President Trump and your administration for: Fixing the Veterans Administration hospital crisis so veterans can get the medical care they need. Replacing NAFTA… Continue reading

Trump pushed country back 150 years

The “Ego in Chief” has finally admitted defeat after his failed coup attempt to usurp the presidency resulted in deaths when his supporters were urged… Continue reading

Which side is Congress on? Insurrection or democracy?

Those Republican U.S. members of Congress who claimed that impeachment would divide America were absolutely correct. It will divide those who support violent insurrection from… Continue reading

Burke: To fix things, Biden has to be more than not Trump

The Biden administration has a daunting to-do list to tackle; but it is what he will be judged on.

Cancer patients should be higher on vaccination list

Earlier this week I was fortunate to receive a covid-19 vaccine. My elation over being able to protect myself, my unborn child, my family, and… Continue reading

Comment: Why we can’t have nice things, like an inauguration

If we can’t do it by mutual agreement, then we shouldn’t do it at the tip of the bayonets of 20,000 soldiers.

Ed Bremer made KSER a beacon for North Puget Sound

I live in Port Townsend. We now have a great little local radio station but for many years, actually three decades, I was intrigued and… Continue reading

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Jan. 19

A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading

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