OK, I just want to make sure I have this straight.
The recent election setback has President Obama shuffling his advisers.
The Rebuild Memorial Pool Committee’s vision is to re-establish Memorial Pool as a facility that provides aquatic sports and activities including swim instruction, leisure, fitness, rehabilitation, recreation and competitive swimming. We are a group of concerned citizens with a variety of backgrounds and expertise.
Christmas is almost here and I’m so proud we have put the effort into Toys for Tots, disabled veterans and others. We help with expenses when one of our own needs, if they have accidents or a fire that leaves them homeless.
By promoting climate change through the output of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, we are not only killing the naturally occurring biologic elements of our planet that surround us, but also are murdering human beings.
Marvelous! Well done! Praise to the ladies of the Walla Walla High School swim team.
Geoff Potter, spokesman for Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility that pushed I-594, seems surprised it would affect all gun transactions. Section 1 includes the statement, “ ... to apply to all gun sales and transfers ...” He must have missed that.
On behalf of Mount Vernon Christian School, I wanted to let readers in the Waitsburg/Prescott School district know how impressed we were to have had the opportunity to compete with your W-P Tigers team in the State 2B/1B Boys’ Soccer Championship.
I appreciate the timely editorial cartoon in Sunday’s paper. It is a good reminder that we all seem to get along until we get older and start “acting like adults.”
In his immigration solution speech, Obama said “ ... That’s why over the past six years deportations of criminals are up 80 percent, and that’s why we’re going to keep focusing enforcement resources on actual threats to our security. Felons, not families. Criminals, not children ...”
Following are excerpts from a Nov. 17 New York Times article by Steven Rattner, Wall Street executive and recent returnee to his first job as a contributing opinion writer for the Times. Rattner’s headline: “Inequality, Unbelievably, Gets Worse”.
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