Parker: Before we arm teachers, let’s make schools more secure

Florida’s legislature did something, but it’s plan to put guns in teachers’ hands is badly flawed.

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Editorial: Gun locks and new city ordianances wins for safety

Free gun locks and two simple firearms ordinances are needed steps for safety in Everett.

Editorial cartoons for Friday, June 22

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Commentary: Equal access to public space issue of free speech

In settling with a college GOP club, the UW admits it was wrong to charge a security fee to it only.

Thiessen: Southern Poverty Law Center embarrasses itself

Once celebrated and respected, the SPLC’s attacks on conservative voices have cost it credibility.

Editorial cartoons for Thursday, June 21

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Editorial: Trump decision doesn’t end the crisis at border

The president is right that Congress must act. But he was wrong to use children as leverage.

Milbank: Trump official blind to U.S. casualties in trade war

Commerce chief Wilbur Ross, in a Senate hearing, seemed callous to the impacts of Trump’s tariffs.

Ignatius: With the G-7 shaken by Trump, what can NATO expect?

An analyst says the alliance should stand firm and not fret whether Trump will praise or spank them.

Voters need to make changes in Olympia this year

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