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“And will the real Donald Trump please stand up!” These famous words originated from the old game show, “To Tell the Truth,” which aired beginning… Continue reading
Not long ago, some of the loudest political voices railing against the danger of farming Atlantic salmon in the waters of Puget Sound came from… Continue reading
As the new Director of the King County Library System, I am excited to relocate to the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and am honored to be… Continue reading
December 2017. The Republican-controlled Congress passed a major tax cut. January 20, 2018, exactly one year after Donald Trump became president, the Democrats, finally gaining… Continue reading
Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Jody Keeler. I am a proud team member of Lakeside Industries. Like many others, in 2008… Continue reading
The Maple Valley-Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors endorses Tahoma School District’s levy measures on the Feb. 13 election ballot. The two replacement… Continue reading
It is for sure not a secret that we are employed with the Tahoma School District, a truth of which we are exceptionally proud. This… Continue reading
With the February election fast-approaching, I wanted to share some thoughts on why I believe voters should support the Tahoma School District’s upcoming levy requests.… Continue reading
Imagine yourself as a staff writer for the New Yorker. In 2010, you write an in-depth piece, entitled “Covert Operations.” The article details the efforts… Continue reading
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What if you lived in Europe during the 16th century? Would you be a liberal or a conservative? Democracy as we know it today did… Continue reading
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
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“The central conservative truth is that it is culture, not politics, that determines the success of a society. The central liberal truth is that politics… Continue reading
What a busy and eventful year this has been. As I write my last column as interim director, it is a great time to reflect… Continue reading
Twenty-seven months ago Gov. Jay Inslee set out to curb emission of carbon pollutants through a sweeping rewrite of the state’s clean air rules. Two… Continue reading
Elected leaders of Washington’s 39 counties are fed up with lawmakers and governors telling them what to do without providing enough money to do it.… Continue reading
This has not been a good month for reporting. But one wrong fact does not fake news make.
Finish this sentence: “What doesn’t kill you___________.” This is how I introduced my recent continuing education class entitled, “President Trump a Year Later.” Of course,… Continue reading