Schwab: April Fools’ Day may last all year if we don’t wise up

Gullibility’s cure is to maintain skepticism, to retain the means to separate truth from fiction.

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Editorial: Smith, Hayes for 10th Legislative District

Smith has championed privacy and the environment. Hayes’ law enforcement background informs his work.

Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Oct. 16

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Editorial: Even with flaws, I-1631 provides climate solutions

We are past the point of waiting for a perfect solution; carbon emissions must be reduced now.

I-1631, the carbon tax: Proponents and opponents face off

Both sides, seeking The Herald’s endorsement, met with us as we formulated our opinion.

Editorial: Public safety tax measures deserve yes vote

The measures, including one to replace the countywide radio system, are vital for public safety.

Debated: I-1634 would ban local taxes on grocery items

We invited proponents and opponents to argue their cases before we recommend a yes or no vote.

Robinson: Why 5,000 lies are a threat to our democracy

Trump’s repetition of falsehoods makes reality-based discussion impossible.

Harrop: Toys R Us playing games with its fired employees

Trying to shed its debt and $75 million owed in severance, its equity firms want to re-launch it.

Big Oil’s opposition to I-1631 is to protect its profits

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