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A land swap could add to state school construction funds, but it’s a far cry from what’s needed.
The choice for conservatives appears to be either losing gracefully or fighting to the bitter end?
As with other agencies, the Trump administration quietly moves to incapacitate a functioning BLM.
The right time might have been before the former governor fled the country for an extramarital tryst.
The Aug. 30 story in The Herald, “In the face of death the party of a lifetime” was totally appropriate for the front page on… Continue reading
It can depend on what was known at the time the money was accepted, but generally, yes.
One challenge for the U.S. response in Syria is keeping the peace between Turkey and the Kurds.
What led Trump to believe a pact with an unrepentant enemy, signed near 9-11, would be a good idea?
The article in the Sept. 3 Herald, “Resign or be fired: County health officer had a choice,” has led me to express my feelings. As… Continue reading
“Drain the swamp.” For decades this phrase has been used by various politicians as a metaphor for getting rid of wasteful bureaucracy, government corruption, terrorism… Continue reading
Had to chime in on the latest letter to the editor from Ken Weigel of Edmonds. He just seems like an angry old guy who… Continue reading
Money has been diverted, perhaps unconstitutionally, from vital military projects to fund Trump’s wall.
A pact with the Taliban would have been a failure; here’s how Trump can reset the table for success.