What evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows.
I do not agree with the letter from Carla Carrico in the April 21 paper regarding the octopus mural.
I second the letters to the editor against reconfiguring Rose Street. Repave it, nothing more.
Regarding Steve Singleton’s critique of my May 15 column on global warming, I think I set a higher standard for my sources than he apparently sets for his. I suggest the public follow the money before deciding who is “gullible” or “financially-motivated.”
In the run-up to the vote last November, all were assured that only goodness and niceness would result if Referendum 74 were approved.
While our city planners continue to cry they need to collect more taxes just to cover the cost of normal maintenance, they continue with these grand designs that are full of unnecessary and expensive items that we don’t want or need.
Not with standing last week’s vote on the gun control law, we all know that this subject will continue to raise its ugly head.
You can’t miss the political turmoil in our country today.
’Tis the season — our mailboxes run over with nonprofit charity requests and invitations to attend events and to give generously.
Webster’s definition of gullible is “easily cheated or tricked.” The biggest example of gullibility today is demonstrated by those who believe beyond doubt that human-generated CO2 drives global warming “climate change.”
April is Earth Month, and Sustainable Walla Walla invites you to check out our website (sustainableww.org) for information on how you can become more eco-friendly.
I would like to commend the Walla Walla City Council on its decision to repair Rose Street. It is long overdue.
I understand the Union-Bulletin is a local paper that often places great value on local news and photos over larger, more national news stories. I respect that, even if I don’t always agree with the choices.
Living near Rose Street, I have hardly ever seen a cyclist using any part of the street. There is an excellent path along Rose Street already.
Since the election we have learned about the changing demographics in our country (more diversity in our future) and the static demographics of the Republican Party (lots of older, white faces). That uneven dynamic is having a powerful impact on the gun-control debate.
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