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It is hard to imagine a less likely proponent of repatriating the grizzly population to its native North cascades range (“Plan for grizzly bears’ return… Continue reading
Presidents and Congress have long struggled over release of documents. But then, so did the Founders.
Rick Walker of Snohomish in his letter to the editor (“This is how we became a divided nation,” The Herald, Sept. 24) writes: “So much… Continue reading
We all know quid pro quo is bad, especially on a nothing burger. Good thing it doesn’t happen often.
There isn’t a Republican anywhere who wouldn’t scream for impeachment if this were President Obama.
Regarding the whistleblower complaint being blocked by our commander in chief’s office. Somebody has evidence that our fearless leader went to the Ukrainian president to… Continue reading
A suit by Washington and other states seeks to protect species that otherwise could face extinction.
Trump has already pleaded guilty, but so used to the stench of corruption, he fails to recognize it.
Another House committee was told federal officials were looking the other way on the emoluments parade.
John Steckler has the City Council liaison for the Arts and Beautification Board of Mill Creek for roughly 18 months and in that time I,… Continue reading
In my 39 years as a judge, I had the pleasure of serving with many good judges. A year ago, the governor selected Edirin Okoloko… Continue reading
The Trump administration has weakened protections for migratory birds, many at risk for extinction.
Faulty software is more easily fixed than the loss in confidence that followed two 737 Max crashes.
Trump’s impeachment is now an issue of national security. Republicans have to join with Democrats.
Republicans risk accepting the unacceptable. Democrats risk giving Trump the battle he wants.