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The truth is actually simple: For all practical purposes, and in most contexts, “republic” and “democracy” are synonyms.
At nearly noon, Lanni Johnson sat in a fold-up beach chair in the chilly shade of the state Capitol dome.
One of the 18 declared presidential candidates needs to show what he or she would do to solve the problem. Only one has.
The combination of pharmaceutical companies willing to do everything to increase sales, and a regulatory agency unwilling to stop them and protect the nation, has cropped up regularly.
My little sister, Jenny, didn’t have a funeral. Her estranged, drug-dealer husband…
Dick Polman: Kirstjen Nielsen and the high cost of amoral servitude
When people are asked about registering to donate, they often think of…
It has become fashionable on social media and in certain publications to argue that capitalism is killing the planet.
For roughly 25 years, the movement against abortion has been predominantly incrementalist.
By Steve Tharinger For decades, working families and the middle class have…
By Dave Gauger So here we are comfortably snug as a bug…
Hits The Hoquiam Police Department lost a cop’s cop sort of guy…
President George W. Bush pledged to make the U.S. an “ownership society” and tried to promote homeownership via tax credits, assistance with down payments and a variety of other programs.
Today the alliance faces worrisome challenges.
In PNW history, the catastrophic Columbia River flooding of 1948 looms as large as the 1962 Columbus Day Storm or the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens.
When even leading economists are questioning the very idea of capitalism, you know the system is in trouble.
A Veteran’s View By Jim Daly With all the news lately, there…
The proposed $4 million increase for Inslee’s security detail might look insignificant. It is not.
Republicans see their role as fixing or foiling bad bills. Democrats’ tax bills are their new target.
Erwin Chemerinsky and Howard Gillman: Trump’s executive order on college free speech is unconstitutional
What makes the executive order so disturbing is that it doesn’t set clear guidelines for what colleges and universities need to do to comply