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Jayne: You can’t please all the people

March 7, 2021, 6:02am Columns

To be honest, you wouldn’t be happy about it either. Read story

Local View: Clark County law enforcement show selective restraint

March 7, 2021, 6:01am Columns

As the oldest civil rights organization in Southwest Washington, the Vancouver chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has investigated countless complaints and instances of racial discrimination over the years. Read story

Donnelly: Blackout a wake-up call for council on energy

March 7, 2021, 6:01am Columns

How likely are electricity blackouts in Southwest Washington? The issue was front and center during last month’s multi-day freeze extending from Seattle though the Midwest and notably to Texas. There, the historic prolonged cold, combined with ice, disabled most electricity resources, the natural gas system and water service. People, including… Read story

Ambrose: The two sides of Trump

March 7, 2021, 6:01am Columns

He walked out on the stage and the crowd was cheering, the music was blasting “I’m proud to be an American,” and former President Donald Trump did look proud, very proud. This was despite a lost election he says he won, a Capitol riot he says he did not start… Read story

Pitts: Dems must act, pass voting rights bills

March 5, 2021, 6:01am Columns

For a nation that supposedly believes in democracy, America spends a lot of time trying to kill it. Read story

Schmich: Lessons of virus anniversary

March 4, 2021, 6:01am Columns

What was your life like at this time last year? Read story

Saunders: Democrats in House against free speech

March 2, 2021, 6:01am Columns

Democratic House members are using the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot and the coronavirus pandemic in a scary effort to censor conservatives — and get Big Media to do their dirty work for them. Read story

Schram: Can we reclaim lost decency and courage?

March 1, 2021, 6:01am Columns

In these pandemic days, when social distancing is not just polite but public policy, you would think famous former government officials, whose titles alone could fill a place to capacity, would know better than to cluster enthusiastically just to help an old friend. Read story

Westneat: Have-shots vs. have-nots

March 1, 2021, 6:01am Columns

Now that I’ve written a couple of times about coronavirus vaccines, I’ve noticed, readers, that some of your correspondences about the matter have taken on a certain …edge. Read story

Harrop: U.S. leading the way again

March 1, 2021, 6:01am Columns

French news cameras were in California last week to capture America’s spectacular drive to mass-vaccinate against COVID-19. What were the visuals? An amusement park with cars lined up, their passengers waiting for a jab. Read story