Editorial cartoons for Sunday, Dec. 3

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

Editorial: Our gifts make a difference in community and world

The Herald’s Snohomish County Gives shows where your gift of time and money can help.

Milbank: Trump is trying to distract us and it’s working

While we were fixated on the Trump chaos, our attention has been diverted from looming disasters.

Viewpoints: Has Trump triggered outrage against harassers?

Trump, thus far, has escaped consequences for alleged harassment. But others are taking the brunt.

Commentary: ‘Grad student tax’ would hurt education, research

Taxing tuition waivers would make it difficult for grad students to do research, assist in teaching.

Commentary: How newsrooms can best face sexual harassment

The firing of a popular newspaper columnist in 2002 offers guidance on how to deal with allegations.

Don’t use Bible to justify government taxes

One of your letter writers was quoting from the Bible to support his position against “trickle down theory.” First of all, taxing the rich more… Continue reading

Robinson: Concerns grow over Trump’s grasp on reality

That he continues to entertain paranoid theories, including the “birther” business, is alarming.

Harrop: Identity politics dead-end for Democrats, minorities

I resent calls to vote on the bases of race and gender. Black, Latino and gay friends feel likewise.

Parker: At least a few are celebrating charge against Flynn

The spotlight is off Lauder. Hillary and Comey are vindicated. And us? It may all be over soon.

Ignatius: What was Trump afriad of? We’re beginning to see

What made Trump deny contacts with Russia and denounce attempts to investigate those contacts?

PUD’s Sunset Falls hydro project will harm salmon, orcas

Recent Herald articles and letters to the editor have focused on the plight of our southern resident orca whales. These magnificent creatures are on the… Continue reading

Is Trump really as successful as letter writer claims?

Many thanks to the writer of the letter to the editor in the Nov. 26 Herald who assures us that President Trump is doing a… Continue reading

Where’s the GOP’s concern for the national debt, now?

Republicans in the House of Representatives have passed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, and the Senate is working on a companion bill. The bill… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Saturday, Dec. 2

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

Foundation’s Festival of Trees is a holiday hug for community

I’d like to express my appreciation to everyone who helped make Community Day at the annual Providence General Foundation Festival of Trees a joyful event.… Continue reading

Schwab: Give Person of Year to founders of our prevariocracy

You won’t find it in the dictionary — yet — but Trump and the GOP provide the illustration.

Mountlake Terrace basketball coaches deserve recognition

It is very fitting and appropriate that two terrific local coaches are going to be entering the WIBCA Hall of Fame at the same time… Continue reading

Constitution’s writers anticipated firearms’ development

A frequently expressed opinion by those wanting more gun control and/or restrictions is that the Second Amendment was meant to include only firearms that used… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Friday, Dec. 1

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