The Seattle Times editorial, “Washington can do better than I-1631” (Opinion page, Sunday, 10/21/18) fires an incomprehensible barrage of contradictory arguments against this carbon tax
I am all for work requirements for those receiving Medicaid benefits and extended unemployment and other such government benefits as well. But only on certain
Homelessness is a national disgrace, a humanitarian disaster of national proportions. Yet it has been foisted on to the meager resources of cities and states.
The Second Amendment is not absolute, as should be obvious when you consider that the government can prohibit certain weapons without infringing on Second Amendment
Russian Meddling in our Elections (NOTE: this article was written substantially in the form below long before — mostly about a year before — the
Why all the animosity, all the unremitting opposition to immigration in Congress and the Administration? Don’t they realize that we are a nation of immigrants.
The decades-old tolerance for sexual harassment and assault in the workplace, in entertainment, in the political sphere and elsewhere, is finally getting a good deal
Paul Krugman New York Times November 26th 2017 Meanwhile, everything this president and this Congress are doing on economic policy seems designed not just to