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North Korean documents point to a plan to build a nuclear weapon, then pivot toward a detente.
Sid Schwab’s interesting column of April 28 (“Capitalism works if we save it from true believers”) attempts to distinguish communism, socialism and democratic socialism. He… Continue reading
An easy response to the April 27 letter to the editor (“Democrats’ priorities just pandering for votes”) from a Camano Island gentleman would be the… Continue reading
The reason I am not discontinuing my subscription to The Herald is simple: I am an open-minded person, unlike the rest of this divided country… Continue reading
To be able to walk away from a bad deal the president can’t be distracted by the promise of a prize.
The Herald has reported on the amazing development of a warm meeting between the leaders of North and South Korea. This is a wonderful thing,… Continue reading
It is my opinion that in the world of partisanship politics, it is no longer “Democrats/Republicans” but “Progressives/Regressives.” Bob Golden Everett… Continue reading
I suppose Marc Thiessen’s columns in The Herald are to give us the view from the dark side, and that’s a good thing. But when… Continue reading
We library enthusiasts here in Snohomish County owe our friends in Island County a great debt. Thank you to everyone who voted. You carried this… Continue reading
An old pine offers screening for a neighborhood, but the PUD has marked it to be cut down.
Thanks, Herald, for promoting boozing it up, with you’re Hops and Sips page each Friday. You encourage people to drive out to all these local… Continue reading
The opioid epidemic requires a multifaceted and coordinated approach to address the core issues of over-prescription and lack of treatment options. A bill in the… Continue reading
Thank you for your April 19 article, “Trump may invoke Cold War era Defense Act to boost coal plants.” The article explains in detail how… Continue reading