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Human foibles haven’t stopped the Democratic Party, and we will continue to forge ahead in the spirit of the “Great One.”
A recent letter writer should think about what might happen if we we’re not prepared for war.
The new rule will be impractial both legally and in practice.
I doubt any cowgirl would submit her horse to this barbaric “amusement.”
I don’t want to have to choose between the lesser of two evils.
As grownups, we’re meant to demonstrate that we don’t have to revert to coarse language.
Mike Chapman has let politics, not facts, guide his decision-making.
You’re not voting for a political party; you’re voting for an individual’s actions.
You have to wonder if hatchery steelhead are really so bad for native ones.
I directly witnessed the slow, steady improvement in the teeth of my patients since water fluoridation began.
The PUD commissioners’ report on the carbon tax proposal was skimpy on details and facts, large on speculation.
Having not been born in this country, Ted Cruz would have made Hillary a shoo-in.
Locally, there was a 50 percent increase over last year.
The party effort to silence him only reinforces the notion that the government is run from the top down.
John Wayne Marina doesn’t have the services the Port Angeles port does.
What they fail to mention is the big-money support from teachers unions.
The Democratic presidential candidate is both unfit and unreliable.
Look no further to find someone who exhibits such startling similarities with the manual’s criteria.
… vote for the one who will do the least harm …
I can no longer in good conscience vote for a party of such sheer hypocrisy.