The federal government is scheduled to spend $310 billion of your tax dollars this year on federal programs that are not authorized by law according to the Congressional Budget Office.
It’s April Fools’ Day, a time to look over your shoulder and take things with a grain of salt.
Not long after last week’s horrifying bombings in Brussels that so-called security experts warned Europeans to give up more liberties.
Road and bridge tolls keep many elected officials awake at night.
The Republican Party establishment wants to dump Trump.
I’m lucky that my mother and father are doing so well — lucky that, in our transient country, their home is the hub that unites my extended family.
For the last 20 years, Lt. Gov. Brad Owen has served Washington well.
Credible reports and recruiting emails show that leftwing group MoveOn.org has been sponsoring protesters to disrupt Donald Trump rallies.
Newspapers are a business. And like any business, if you give your goods and services away for free, you’re probably not going to be around very long.
When I pulled the pickup truck into Olympia in early January, I was hopeful this “short” 60-day legislative session would truly be just that — 60 days.
The way our circus of a presidential election is unfolding, the odds are increasing that Hillary Clinton may become our first female president — which would be great for American men.
On March 1, the Wall Street Journal carried a sobering editorial that ought to force us to look behind the toxic presidential campaign rhetoric and ask two very important questions about how we position our nation to compete internationally.
President Teddy Roosevelt — an avid hunter and outdoorsman — summed up the general feeling about public lands best.
My colleague and 15th District seatmate Rep. David Taylor used this space last week to explain frustrations with the supplemental budget House Democrats passed.
In India, authorities have banned selfies from areas around some religious ceremonies because they fear overcrowding due to so many people pausing to take photos.