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Pitts: Mississippi’s water woes an embarrassment

September 5, 2022, 6:01am Columns

There is no water in Jackson, Miss. Read story

Rubin: An idea for how Americans can oppose Putin’s war

September 5, 2022, 6:01am Columns

Six months after Russia invaded Ukraine, here is a different take on how to help Kyiv win the war. Read story

Schmidt: Lawmakers have little reason to respond

September 5, 2022, 6:01am Columns

If an employee was completely unresponsive to her or his employer, the employee would likely not have a job for very long. Unfortunately, this is not the case in politics. Americans’ approval rating of the job Congress is doing has fallen to 18 percent, yet in the 2020 general election,… Read story

Westneat: EV trend cooking with gas

September 4, 2022, 6:01am Columns

‘When will the last gas station in Seattle turn out its lights?” Read story

Estrich: GOP loses law and order vote

September 4, 2022, 6:01am Columns

For decades, law and order has been a Republican issue, a staple of race politics and, even apart from that, a weakness for Democrats. Read story

Two people walk along Bellevue Avenue while the sun sets in Capitol Hill on Thursday, April 22, 2021, in Seattle.

Talton: Seattle’s a test case for future of ‘back to the city’ movement

Two people walk along Bellevue Avenue while the sun sets in Capitol Hill on Thursday, April 22, 2021, in Seattle.

September 4, 2022, 6:01am Columns

One of the most important socio-economic shifts from the 1990s to the coronavirus pandemic was the “back to the city movement.” Read story

Donnelly: ‘Constitutional sheriff’ distracts from duties

September 4, 2022, 6:01am Columns

With the primary election concluded, we know the next Clark County sheriff will be either John Horch, Clark County Sheriff’s Office chief criminal deputy, or Rey Reynolds, Vancouver Police Department corporal and field supervisor. Each has decades of experience in law enforcement here. Each is a personable and persuasive advocate… Read story

Granderson: Is student debt forgiveness fair?

September 2, 2022, 6:01am Columns

What is fair? Read story

Camden: No signs of election fraud

August 31, 2022, 6:01am Columns

Political operatives, if they are smart, might want to be careful about casting aspersions on any changes in vote counts after election night, the final tabulation from Spokane County’s Aug. 2 primary shows. Read story

Ambrose: DeSantis, Newsom in ’24?

August 30, 2022, 6:01am Columns

Pundits like myself sometimes count on wisdom in telling readers who will get elected in a presidential race while forgetting there are 1,001 events that could change everything between now and the time people start voting. Therefore, be skeptical when you’re told the candidates in 2024 will be the GOP’s… Read story