February 17, 2017
February 10, 2017
February 1, 2017
January 27, 2017
January 18, 2017
January 11, 2017
Usually when federal agencies review rules, they are planning to extend their reach further into our daily lives and our businesses.
The so-called “faithless electors” who chose not to support Hillary Clinton in the Electoral College will have to ante up for their willful violation of state law.
The fine print in President Donald J. Trump’s revised executive order does more than pause travel from Muslim-majority Middle Eastern nations.
As a strong advocate for our rural lifestyle here in Eastern Washington and the West in general, I’ve followed the Bundy standoff trials in Oregon and Nevada closely.
Originally, immigrants came here legally, had to have a sponsor, had to agree to not being on any government program for five years, had to have proof of who they were and had to learn the language.
For seven years, the Republicans in Congress have been grousing about the Affordable Care Act.
I’ve made the drive between Sunnyside and the state Capitol too many times to count in my years representing the 15th Legislative District.
As lawmakers in Olympia figure out how to fund McCleary while avoiding the so-callled levy cliff, it’s time to hold educators to a higher standard.
You might think that talk of forming a new state east of the Cascades was just that, talk. But it’s not.
In this day and age when technology seems to be outpacing our laws, a Goldendale lawmaker is looking for ways to protect the public from unwanted electronic intrusion.
Remember the old saying: “Hindsight is 20-20?”
Be careful what you wish for.
I’m responding to Publisher Roger Harnack’s columns on immigration: You do not seem to realize that you are living in a community of “illegal” immigrants.
After much thought, I have brought myself to a new perspective on sending Prosser schools staff home with pay to “protect” them because they made their opinion on illegal immigration available for “friends” to see on Facebook.