In a recent letter to the editor the writer claimed the AR-15 is not a weapon of war. The AR-15 is most certainly a rifle… Continue reading
Already, wheat exports from Ukraine have slowed as Russia hopes for the West to lose interest.
It seems that we as a people have been condemned to wander in the desert of dumbness for 40 years. More and more our school-aged… Continue reading
I’m writing in response to the recent commentary by Marc Sullivan regarding salmon and the Snake River dams (“Don’t fall for TV ads’ climate case… Continue reading
Biden’s plan to forgive $10,000 for those making less than $150,000 includes some well-off folks.
The first hearing was horrifying but a sign that officials and most media will present the truth.
While I’m no fan of Gov. Jay Inslee, I am a fan of clever political cartoons. The political cartoons in your opinions section fill that… Continue reading
If it is to pass even modest reforms, the Senate must find agreement among 60 members within days.
To mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, learn how to spot abuse and how to respond to it.
The state Legislature adopted bills and made investments to strengthen the state’s small businesses.
After 26 years of teaching, I recently retired. So what lessons have I learned? I now believe in teaching good citizenship skills. We need to… Continue reading
Partisan sites looking for clicks are using lies to gin up outrage and score political points.
The Jan. 6 panel makes clear few believed Trump’s election theft lies and that he egged on rioters.
In declaring Fannie Lou Hamer Day, Winona, Miss., aknowledges the assaults on Hamer and other civil rights workers.
With tech firms facing leaner times, good pay and a 401(k) have more appeal than a foosball table.
White supremacy has plagued us since before the nation’s founding. It can’t be ignored by anyone.