By Timothy Lynch
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“Know what you feed a draft horse in the morning if you want a day’s work out of him?”
By Judith E. Schaeffer
On April 15, Congress will present the Congressional Gold Medal to a group of 80 American Army Air Force (AAF) volunteer fliers, who helped change the course of World War II in the Pacific. The CGM, one of the two highest civilian awards in the U.S., is awarded to persons who have performed an achievement that has an impact on American history and culture that is likely to be recognized as a major accomplishment in the recipient’s field long afterwards.
Discrimination laws not for same-sex marriage
Over the last 65 years, three Democrats — John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama — captured the presidency by running as candidates of generational change against the political status quo.
President Barack Obama faces two serious problems as he tries to protect his still-unfinished nuclear agreement with Iran from congressional tinkering — or destruction. One is the ferocious opposition of Republican hawks who view the deal as insufficiently tough on Tehran. The other is nervousness among Democrats who view the deal as promising, but politically risky.
In the wake of the Germanwings crash in Europe last month, the media outcry has focused on the failure of the doctors who treated co-pilot Andreas Lubitz to notify the Lufthansa hierarchy of his unfitness to fly. If that, in fact, was their diagnosis.
I hate cookies. Not the chocolate chip kind. The kind that creep onto your computer and spy on you.
I-937 is not a good fit for Grays Harbor.
Thank you so much for the wonderfully written article about myself after I was named the Teacher of the Year for the Aberdeen School District.
I am not sure how to put this, and I know that I may draw harsh criticism for my statements. But, let me try.
U.S. officials continue to insist that our Middle Eastern allies are crucial to the fight against Islamic State and to other Middle Eastern conflicts. But are they? To judge by the chaos their help has created in Syria, we’d be better off without them.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple has announced new rules that reduce the vapor pressure in oil tanker cars leaving his state’s booming oil patch. The goal is to reduce the risk of fiery explosions like the one that killed 47 people in Lac-Megantic, Quebec in July 2013.
In 1995 and again in 1999, the voters of Washington state rejected initiatives favoring the sport fishing industry. Now, once again, these same selfish folks are trying to take our salmon away. This time under the veneer of conservation rhetoric and with the support of state Rep. Liz Pike, we now have a bill introduced in the Legislature that would effectively put our salmon into the hands of the privileged few.