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The Libertarian presidential nominee has much more to offer than his opponents, especially in terms of the eternal kingdom.
Ron Richards, a hopeful for Clallam commissioner, has less conflict of interest than his opponent.
I’ve written each Republican candidate a letter informing them of this.
They want to impose taxes, ban or take back guns and decide the future of your health care.
Vote for him over his opponent for county commissioner.
Lyndon B. Johnson was deragotory about minorities but signed into law the Civil Rights Act. Should he not have been president?
The Clallam Superior Court hopeful sees a positive way to improve on our community.
She’s right on her proposed measures for education, equal pay and immigration reform.
His opponent for Clallam commissioner, Ron Richards, is entrenched in the old binary mind-set of politics and policies.
As neighbors, he and his wife have displayed a commitment to community that we find intriguing and vital to the role of official.
To those who listen to his venom-filled comments on the election supposedly being rigged, please let democracy work, not runaway hatred and suspicion.
The rise in conspiracies and the rantings of Donald Trump are in direct proportion to the travesty of a system.
The Clallam commissioner hopeful impressed me during my stint at the Port of Port Angeles.
His opponent’s vagueness on important issues and partisan interests serve as a big risk if he is elected.
The common-sense measure has been endorsed by those from all walks of life.
The measure, I-1491, gives no due process of law. What about “innocent until proven guilty”?
So, is Donald Trump a sexist? Hardly.
Her inaction on Benghazi was among a handful of incidents that makes her a “deplorable,” not Republicans.
The Indiana governor snubs the biblical direction to “flee from sexual immorality” and throws his own integrity under the bus.
The measure calls for a repeal of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.