Marriage equality is the law of the land.
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Pope Francis has proclaimed climate change a fact, stressing our moral duty to correct it. The pontiff titled his encyclical “Laudato Si,” or “Be Praised,” a phrase taken from “Canticle of the Sun,” composed by the wandering naturalist and pioneering ecologist, St. Francis of Assisi.
Here’s one way to look at the crowded Republican presidential field: an embarrassment of riches — with one very rich embarrassment.
For nearly a decade, I’ve been concerned about the impact of climate change on the Quinault Indian Nation — our people, forests, fish, wildlife and future generations. These concerns apply to our non-tribal friends as well.
In late 2011, during the planning for one of the debates of Republican presidential candidates, questions were raised about whether the eight-person field would be too unwieldy for television. One suggestion was to drop the low man in the polls, former Sen. Rick Santorum.
Most of my columns on this page have dealt with local politics and how we can rebuild our regional economy. But recent headlines have convinced me to step back and look at things from a broader perspective. If you have the feeling that we — as a society — have lost our way, then take a few minutes and step back with me.
W ashington State is blessed with a rich natural heritage that supports our abundant fisheries and forests, enhances our quality of life, and has helped us build a strong outdoor economy.
‘The state should live within its means!”
C HARLESTON, S.C. — U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C., came home Thursday to join in mourning the nine people at Emanuel AME Church who were gunned down during their Wednesday night prayer service.
Rachel Dolezal has resigned her NAACP presidency.
We as a county are fractured. To put it simply, we are so broken we are broke.
Dear Abby: I am 22. I met my boyfriend, “Jordan,” in college. We live together with a roommate.
T here’s nothing quite like the threat of a government shutdown July 1 to infuse urgency into negotiations on a new state budget.
On Monday, June 8, in Washington, D.C., a group will stop and remember what we all would like to forget — but should never put out of our minds.
Convenience has costs — to our wallets, our health and our quality of life