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There’s no trust in the government, media, or each other — how do we get past it?
I really enjoyed being Bull of the Wood this year.
It’s all about a fear of change.
Around 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with dementia before the age 65.
It’s not just about The Bard at Ashland’s Shakespeare Festival.
It’s a wonderful way to meet or caatch up with your community.
We have a lot of propaganda to sift through in order to get to the truth.
Because of everyone’s help, the Black Diamond Community Center’s Hawaiian-themed cookout was a success!
Let’s roll up our sleeves and repair the damage.
Being a good neighbor is one way to improve your life and become a better person.
Otherwise, the victory is solely pyrrhic.
Mount Rainier could erupt at any time — and I have my contingency plan all set.
Jesus Christ was preaching natural rights long before John Locke.
Even the most basic tenets of our government can be turned to aid those with deep pockets.
Is VoteWA ready for its debut, live and untested?
Every week, it’s the same message — “I hate Trump.”
Census affects everything from government representation to federal funding.
A friend challenged me about not defining morality and compassion in a recent column. I wrote about the lack of morality of the modern Republican… Continue reading
Anyone who has lived in the Puget Sound region for 20 years or more has experienced at least one substantial earthquake and possibly three or four.
It will not be forgotten.