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Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has admitted he made a mistake accompanying the president on a photo op in… Continue reading
The latest front in the culture war is renaming U.S. Army forts that were named after Confederate generals. I think such a move is long… Continue reading
Doctors understood the need to suspend non-urgent care; but appointments can now safely resume.
On June 10, I participated in the public testimony portion of the County Council meeting. It was quite interesting for a number of reasons. There… Continue reading
One of the most important rights under our state and federal constitutions is the right to a jury trial. Because of the COVID-19 emergency, we… Continue reading
Every city, school and social group has its own George Floyd. Pre-pandemic, Everett first responders picked up Kirk Spencer, an alcoholic, homeless, disabled Native American… Continue reading
In regard to the proposed Kmart site housing: Why? (“Former Kmart property in Everett sells for $18 million,” The Herald, June 10.) This ridiculous done-deal… Continue reading
The recent criticism of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is just a political stunt and posturing based on the decibels created by recent protest and… Continue reading
For a black man in Washington state, George Floyd’s death is a disturbing reminder of racism’s legacy.
What our nation’s recent “experiment” by electing Donald Trump has shown is a confirmation of the reluctance the Framers of the Constitution had for any… Continue reading