Discontent with Trump’s part in GOP losses is growing, but who’s standing against the schoolyard bully?
It’s a warning and a goal that we and our leaders must meet with a balance of alarm and optimism.
Voting is important, but so is living lives in ways that would solve a lot of what we complain about.
Yes, independents were worried about inflation but were more concerned over draconian abortion measures.
Women were motivated by abortion rights and not just in the states where the issue was literally on the ballot.
A trip to a less-visited World War I cemetery left a lasting impression, recalled each Veterans Day.
Prosecutors and others who downplay ‘less serious’ crimes do citizens and themselves no favors.
The smoke that lasted until late October and kept us indoors for weeks hit me harder than our typically bad wildfire season. The despair I… Continue reading
Apologies for ‘growing too fast,’ fall short of contrition when the correction is painless for CEOs.
Despite fears of intimidation and protests, the election appears to be going smoothly and unchallenged.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.… Continue reading
I see Sid Schwab has written yet another tirade smearing Republicans. This time, he vilifies 80 percent of half the country as lying, anti-Semitic, misogynist,… Continue reading
Saving his cutting remarks on the election, Sid offers thoughts on his career in general surgery.
Sales or closures of stores could bring higher prices, loss of jobs and wider ‘food deserts’ for many.
I was surprised by a recent letter to the editor questioning why The Herald would endorse Sen. Patty Murray for another term when she was… Continue reading
Along with an erosion of taboos and decorum, there’s a cynical abandonment of truth as a standard in U.S. politics.