Robinson: Congress has Mueller’s map; now it needs the will

If Trump doesn’t deserve impeachment, then what must a president do to warrant action by Congress?

Viewpoints: Is CBD a new hope to treat opioid addiction?

CBD, a cannabis compound, has shown promise in recent studies in curbing the cravings of opioid addiction.

Editorial cartoons for Saturday, June 1

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Petri: ‘It’s become clear to me that none of you read my report’

If you have read the Mueller report — and paid attention — Trump wouldn’t still be running around.

Schwab: Reconsidering the message of a Memorial Day meme

Too often, our war dead didn’t die for freedom, but they deserve our thanks and our apologies.

Work Force Development Center honored by Mukilteo recognition

On behalf of the board, staff and student apprentices of Work Force Development Center, I would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude… Continue reading

Editorial cartoons for Friday, May 31

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

Editorial: Who should own K-C mill site? Port or private?

Competing proposals to develop 66 acres of Everett waterfront pit the port against private companies.

Ignatius: What most ignore in Mueller’s report is cyber threat

Fortunately, the U.S. Cyber Command hasn’t ignored the cyber threat from Russian and Chinese meddlers.

Milbank: Mueller’s style is spare, but his message is clear

He couldn’t bring charges, Mueller repeated, but the Constitution provides another avenue to prosecute.

Socialism seems to work here and elsewhere

I read with a smile the recent letter to the editor from Gunnar Unneland who claims that socialism hurst businesses. I am not sure which… Continue reading

Voters will punish The Herald, Democrats in 2020 with Trump win

The Herald’s constant anti-Trump editorials prove it is no longer a newspaper. You are a pandering propaganda puppet for all the Trumphaters that read your… Continue reading

Why delay in story of Everett High musicians’ competition win?

Just read about the first-place finish in its division of the Everett High School Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band, at the Music in the Parks… Continue reading

Commentary: As weather warms, watch for dogs locked in cars

Even on a 75-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to 104 degrees in 20 minutes.

Dionne: So much for ‘tradition’; McConnell seeks to pack court

After keeping a Supreme Court seat open in Obama’s last year, McConnell says, ‘Oh, we’d fill it,’ in 2020.

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, May 30

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Harrop: Lessons in two stories of survival faced alone

What a lost yoga teacher and a trapped farmer shared was the ability to stay calm, focused on what they had to do.

McArdle: What matters in EU Parliament vote? Dissatisfaction

With Greens and nationalists gaining some ground, who won matters less than the anger behind the vote.

Milbank: Today’s Trump metaphor: bad sumo wrestling

Of course, Trump enjoyed the sumo display; a style where illegal moves are used fits his administration.

Why is high school graudate rate higher than test scores?

The Herald’s May 24 editorial congratulates Everett Public Schools on its stellar 95.7 percent graduation rate. Further in the article, which initially dealt with housed… Continue reading