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“History will be kind to the long and growing list of conservatives, Republicans and former Republicans who have had the courage to aggressively confront the attack against America by Russian … more
It’s getting to be that time again, for those few who pay attention to the workings of our county transit authority. Please bear with the acronym soup here, it’s relevant to the story. Once … more
If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law.—Henry David Thoreau Meanwhile, that headline above, of … more
“Global health experts say breast milk is especially important for babies in poor countries, where unsafe water supplies can make powdered infant formula dangerous.”—The New York Times Real … more
“Republicans formulate public policy, from taxation to education, from healthcare to welfare, with attention to the needs and strengths of the family.” God no! I’m not saying that! It’s a … more
Magazines are a lot more interesting when you aren’t paying for them. Even though those magazines are ones I would never glance at elsewhere,  I always find information I’ll digest for the rest … more
The fact that the above rhyme has stuck in my mind until what is now my 90th year is proof to me of the weight of what’s put into young minds at the most receptive stage of their development. I … more
I really can’t recall how we’ve spent each Independence Day since our first Fourth of July in the greater Quilcene area, 1979; but a short list includes picnics, fireworks displays, blowing up … more
If Donald’s ego-serving slither toward despotism continues at an unchanged pace, he will undoubtedly hasten into the spotlight and make the 4th of July something for which he can take credit. Lord … more
 “Angela Merkel puts Donald Trump in timeout for throwing his toys at the table.” That was one circulated caption on this photo that “went viral” after Donald Trump’s brattish behavior … more
Ignorance, merely a lack of knowledge, is not basically a derogatory word; read on . . . ignorance sometimes is voluntary, sometimes not. It’s not to be confused with “stupidity,” which is a … more
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