Opinion

Commentary: Another victim in the 2017 Las Vegas massacre

By Scott Martelle Los Angeles Times The dead, of course, get the…

  • Nov 20th, 2019

Commentary: Decrying income inequality is a harmful tactic that will make us all worse off

By Edward Stringham Tribune News Service The 2020 presidential field is saturated…

  • Nov 20th, 2019

Commentary: Impeachment hearings serve as painful, hopeful reminder to veteran whistleblower

Pick up a newspaper or flip on the evening news, and the…

  • Nov 20th, 2019
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Ancient Rome’s lesson for Washington as impeachment inquiry progresses

By Randy S. Robbins The Baltimore Sun Parallels drawn between ancient Rome…

  • Nov 19th, 2019
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With presidential election looming, Supreme Court should take a lesson from Bush v. Gore and pass on questions over Trump’s taxes

By Dahleen Glanton Chicago Tribune Nearly two decades ago, George W. Bush…

  • Nov 19th, 2019
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Doyle McManus: Through impeachment inquiry drama, Putin is just offstage

By Doyle McManus Los Angeles Times When the impeachment inquiry opened in…

  • Nov 18th, 2019
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John Cole

Jay Ambrose: Who is really corrupt in impeachment proceedings?

By Jay Ambrose Tribune News Service House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she…

  • Nov 18th, 2019
John Cole

Hits and Misses

The kids come through again Raves for the high school kids in…

  • Nov 15th, 2019
Traffic passes over the 90-year old Magnolia bridge, aging and in need of replacement, Wednesday in Seattle. State and local governments could end up scrambling to pay for road paving and other transportation projects as a Washington state measure that would cut car tabs to $30 was passing in early returns Tuesday. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Post-election, new battles loom over Eyman’s car-tab measure

Lawmakers will wrangle over cuts in transportation spending as lawyers tangle on the measure’s legality.

Traffic passes over the 90-year old Magnolia bridge, aging and in need of replacement, Wednesday in Seattle. State and local governments could end up scrambling to pay for road paving and other transportation projects as a Washington state measure that would cut car tabs to $30 was passing in early returns Tuesday. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

The week in cartoons

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  • Nov 15th, 2019

Is Trump the next Houdini? We’ll know sometime next year?

By Joe Posnanski Tribune News Service Ever since my book, “The Life…

  • Nov 13th, 2019

The more outrageous the lie, the better it is for Facebook’s bottom line

By Ellen P. Goodman and Karen Kornbluh Los Angeles Times Mark Zuckerberg,…

  • Nov 13th, 2019

Adam Schiff is becoming the Kenneth Starr of impeachment inquiry

By Jon Healey Los Angeles Times Even before his ill-advised mockery of…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

Progressives are going to have to pick: Sanders or Warren?

By Stuart Rothenberg CQ-Roll Call Only a few months from now, populist…

  • Nov 12th, 2019

CON: Paris withdrawal is being sold with a lie

By Jeffrey Hollender InsideSources.com In a democracy, it’s important to be outraged…

  • Nov 11th, 2019

PRO: Trump is absolutely correct to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement

By Benjamin Zycher InsideSources.com One number is needed to illustrate the absurdity…

  • Nov 11th, 2019

Commentary: The Berlin Wall fell in a dramatic wave of hope, openness and US support 30 years ago. Now everything is different

By Ivo Daalder Chicago Tribune Thirty years ago, the wall dividing Berlin…

  • Nov 8th, 2019

Cornfield: Notes from election night

Voters across the state had their say Tuesday night on the cost…

  • Nov 8th, 2019
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Dave Granlund

Dave Granlund

  • Nov 8th, 2019
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Jeff Kotereba

  • Nov 8th, 2019
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