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On his spending plan and vaccine mandates, ‘seeking unity’ sounds an awful lot like ‘ruling by fiat.’
Say what you will; it’s a free country. But you’re not immune from the consequences of what you say.
Backed by his media wiseguys, a nationwide criminal organization moves to take down democracy.
Allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices would save billions and won’t limit drug availability.
Yes, much of it — smartphones, streaming and playlists — is great, but there’s a lot I just don’t need.
Too often social media’s past attempts to manage itself have favored the left over the right.
Follow along, from the Pandora Papers to debt-limit intransigence to anti-mask school board raids.
The race for Virginia governor may turn more on school issues than on who Trump supports. Or doesn’t.
The last time Republicans threatened to refuse a debt-limit boost they lost seats and the U.S. lost $19 billion.
Because they didn’t balk at masks, vaccinations and testing they are free to safely roam in Rome.
Because of Idaho’s poor vaccination rate, its patients have overflowed into Spokane hospitals.
The Lone Star state sent out its lawsuit posses to end a constitutional right. But masks? No ma’am.
Maine denied a investigator’s license over a man’s posts about a police shooting. That goes too far.
The convention wisdom about midterm elections may not hold if Republicans keep this up.
Gov. Newsom won by essentially campaigning against Trump; how does that solve the state’s many woes?
Presidents have little to do with its ups and downs, but Democrats should still talk it up.
Don’t want the needle? Then you can choose a weekly swab up your nose. It was an easy choice for me.
Each party is culpable for the national debt, giving each a scapegoat as they look to spend more.
A world that favors horse dewormer over an FDA-approved vaccine has abandoned all reason.
Julie Muhlstein retired this week after 40 years at the Herald. If you live in Snohomish County and read The Herald, you know who Julie… Continue reading