March 5, 2014
For the past 40 years or so, a movement has been afoot to make men more like women and women more like men.
The first pot with a tale to tell is the Teapot in Zillah.
So our Gov. Inslee is going all Obama on the state legislature and enacting his own executive privilege with a self-proclaimed moratorium on capital punishment.
The Seattle Times headline said it all: “Obama running out of reasons to reject Keystone XL.”
“…that unborn child has been carved in the hand of God from conception and is called by God to love…” - Mother Teresa
When interviewing foreign exchange students I always hope that I do not come off as the “Ugly American.”
From endangered salmon to the Spotted Owl, the Pacific Northwest has been the poster child when it comes to the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
While listening to the State of the Union address by the coolest president ever last week, I felt an odd chill go up my leg (because of the polar vortex) when I mused over why people loyally vote for and trust those who instinctively make things worse every time they try to fix something.
February is the shortest month, so it’s only natural I always feel like it rushes by faster than any other month of the year.
Our resident cowboy, Steve, brought us the shocking news: cowpuncher Three-Chord Cortez, that bunkhouse balladeer, plans to study opera, in hopes an aria or three will make him even more attractive to girls during a serenade.
Nov. 11, 2014 is the 125th anniversary of Washington statehood. One anniversary project centers around the capsule keepers.