Schwab: On brink of war, how to trust leader of 10,000 lies?

We now may be asked to follow a president into war. By what standard can we believe Trump?

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Editorial cartoons for Monday, Oct. 14

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The regional clean air agency will consider adopting a clean-fuel standard for the Puget Sound area.

Editorial: Galovin, Albright for Marysville School Board

Paul Galovin offers a needed perspective for the board. Albright has helped guide reviews of policy.

Editorial: Chase, Graves, Katims for Edmonds School Board

Carin Chase is well-versed on legislative issues and should be retained by Edmonds district voters.

Editorial: Retain Simmons, Kennedy on Mukilteo School Board

The two incumbents are effective board members and have put students’ interests at the forefront.

Burke: Trump resigns? Isn’t it pretty to think so?

Trump isn’t the only one who can fabricate, so let’s enjoy a moment to imagine the possibilities.

Parker: When tossed from Trump’s inner circle to under the bus

How long before Rudy Giuliani and Sen. Graham become two more people Trump can barely recall?

Saunders: The signs that point to cordinated effort by House

There are lies and questions regarding the basis for the whistleblowers’ allegations against Trump.

Referendum 88 would impose racial quotas; vote no

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