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This decision to switch comics in The Herald has been very frustrating! I spent a lot of time reading comics, specifically Zits and Baby Blues.… Continue reading
Implentation of the federal mandate will be slow, which is why businesses should move on their own.
A 1989 Supreme Court decision cost support for Republicans. A similar move now could do the same.
By rejecting college, young men are hurting themselves. Here’s how to help them move to the new economy.
I read the recent guest commentary from Rick Reed concerning the Snohomish County Parks plans for bike-only trails at Lord Hill park (“County plans for… Continue reading
Here in Snohomish County and all across the country, hospitals are overflowing with covid-19 patients, most of whow are unvaccinated. This leaves many who may… Continue reading
Workers likely have noticed their higher pay; they may not realize it’s been eaten up by inflation.
Gen. Milley could have done what Gen. Mattis did before him: publicly resign to make his point.
I enjoyed a recent letter to the editor on last September’s $13.3 billion sole-source contract to Northrop Grumman for the U.S.’s ICBM system, built on… Continue reading
I was in Ivar’s recently picking up an order for dinner. A young couple came in without masks on and were told by an employee,… Continue reading
Gov. Newsom won by essentially campaigning against Trump; how does that solve the state’s many woes?
I, like so many other voters in Washington state am appalled at the Supreme Court’s unwillingness to address the Texas restrictions on abortions. The fact… Continue reading
Along with limiting emissions, work must progress on solutions that remove carbon from the atmosphere.
State justices recently held that a $500 fine can be egregious for some if they are unable to pay.
For those who put a high value on freedom, mandates and directives can push them even further away.