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The SPLC has received my support for many years and will continue to receive my support for their efforts to defend the civil rights of all persons.
Keep a lookout for future information during this fundraising phase.
To then allow any person or group to inflict its particular religious beliefs upon others would clearly deny our right to freely worship and follow our own beliefs
Many a war has started over “deeply held beliefs’ and religious convictions.
Instead of framing the issues and allowing the readers to “form their own opinions on the matters at hand,” the editor chose to apply superfluous labels.
Is it not time that we recognize that “deeply held beliefs,” sometimes are simply wrong?
The editor’s use of the SPLC in an opinion piece was flawed.
This is a chance for neighbors to build neighborhood spirit.
He has a proven record of protecting seniors, locking up career criminals, and suing Big Pharma to recover money for taxpayers.
If the goal of the city council majority, they mayor and city administration is to continue being a bedroom community service Bonney Lake and Enumclaw, approval of this project with all the giveaways will go a long ways toward accomplishing that goal.
On July 3, columnist Rich Elfers wrote a column about Arlene’s Flowers, the 1st Amendment and equal rights. A few weeks later, Washington State Attorney General Bod Ferguson wrote in, challenging Elfers’ facts and characterizations.
We need to restore integrity back to the Pierce County Prosecutor’s Office.
The progressive policing and categorizing the nuances of cultures, people, or movements serves only to exacerbate divisions in our national social structure.
Taking the chance to live abroad in high school is one of those priceless experiences. No matter where you choose to study you will be so thankful you took the risk.
By definition, a chokepoint is a place where too much traffic is entering a space that is too small to hold it, either because the space narrows or excess traffic is entering.
As someone who helped care for a mother with Alzheimer’s and who now misses her every day, I understand firsthand the impact this disease has on families across America.
Contrary to the beliefs of some, the increased number of people using trails discourages criminal activities by increasing the number of eyes watching what is going on.
I’ve seen these types of things happening throughout my life in Enumclaw, but recently I have been overwhelmed with the outstanding amount of support the community has shown me personally as I prepare for an internship in Washington, D.C., this summer.
My neighborhood in Bonney Lake has been the recent target of the city for its pet project called the Fennel Creek Trail.
There is a kindness and decency and desire to be a community in Enumclaw.