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Sid Schwab’s interesting column of April 28 (“Capitalism works if we save it from true believers”) attempts to distinguish communism, socialism and democratic socialism. He… Continue reading
The transit agency needs to complete light rail’s spine to Everett where commute times are longest.
It’s time for the state Supreme Court to close the book on McCleary and let everyone move on.
He, for uninformed bellicosity toward Kim? Or she, for rudely speaking truth to D.C.’s power?
This week: Doctor’s notes, Hobby Lobby’s latest craft project and Father Pat Conroy’s return.
An easy response to the April 27 letter to the editor (“Democrats’ priorities just pandering for votes”) from a Camano Island gentleman would be the… Continue reading
College isn’t right for everyone, and learning a trade can lead to a well-paying, satisfying career.
The reason I am not discontinuing my subscription to The Herald is simple: I am an open-minded person, unlike the rest of this divided country… Continue reading
Protests by Armenians have deposed its prime minister and may foster a reform-minded government.
And it doesn’t help when Trump contradicts himself and his lawyers on immigration issues.
To be able to walk away from a bad deal the president can’t be distracted by the promise of a prize.
By patronizing locally owned shops in your town, you keep those dollars — and your tax dollars — here.
The FDA sent out warnings this week because of packaging that resembles kids’ juice and other treats.
Trump can tout many foreign policy achievements, especially winning peace through tweeted insults.