Newsflash! Government regulations in the free market economy aren’t always the terrible intrusion many believe them to be.
When the Washington Aerospace Partnership, a local booster group, tried to woo Boeing recently with a full-page ad, it got widely mocked because the ad mistakenly featured a plane from the hated Airbus.
Sam Traylor (We must act against climate change, Nov. 24) is justifiably concerned about rising sea levels accompanying global warming.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but what is that picture worth if it is the only one available because the president of the United States decided to control the scene by keeping news organizations out of the room?
Has anyone thought of getting Congress to appropriate funds to build a library dedicated to the “Unknown Windbag?”
In his Nov. 24 letter to the editor Martin McCaw drags out his broadest brush, thinks up a cute little acronym, and paints all Republicans as fundamentalist, Ferrari-driving, wine snobs who hate the poor. Why, they might even think asking for ID when you vote is a good idea.
My Dad passed away in January 2013 at age 96 in central Michigan, and as we were preparing for an estate auction in November, I came across a bracelet with the name of Capt. Larry Hanley.
No one wants to talk about death and dying, and the end-of-life decisions that must be made.
Open government is an expectation to most folks who live in Washington state.
There’s a lot of talk about the bailouts for banks, corporate welfare, and the fact the wealthy don’t pay their fair share of taxes.
The December issue of Lifestyles magazine was outstanding. Devoting essentially the entire issue to the problem of concussions arising from contact sports being played in high school is a service the entire community should applaud.
The Federal Communications Commission has started loosening rules on what electronic devices can be used during commercial airline flights. That’s a welcome move.
I’m a proud member of Christian Republicans Against the Poor (CRAP). We want to abolish Obamacare, Medicaid and food stamps.
Democrats in the U.S. Senate might have served themselves — and the nation — better in remembering the adage: Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.
Should gun owners be required to purchase insurance?
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