Hero or coward?
Bill Maher called Chris Kyle of “American Sniper” a “psychopath patriot.”
The story of the “Four Chaplains” brings a tear to the eye and a sense of hope to the heart.
This past Thursday morning I attended a presentation of one of the great stories of World War II that few know of. From 1942 to 1945 American-made war planes were secretly flown into the Soviet Union to help them in their fight against the Nazis.
You heard the phrase hundreds of times this week, Marshawn Lynch’s, “I’m here so I won’t get fined.”
Doc was just getting up to leave the philosophy counter as Herb walked in. Herb was grinning and flexing muscles and had the look of eagles in his eyes. We stared.
This week, events around the country will highlight the importance of parental control of education as part of National School Choice Week.
Can somebody make all this wet, nasty fog just go away? I’d settle for a nice snow storm just to take all the gray away.
The recent measles outbreak in California didn’t have to happen.
“Seahawks!” a motorist yelled at me last week as he slowed his car.
Here we go with marijuana sales in Sunnyside...part two, as the moratorium on banning sales will expire on Feb. 10.
The Senate last week honored Dan Evans on the 50th anniversary of his swearing-in as governor of the state of Washington. He attended and spoke, a very spry 89-year-old.
I didn’t watch the State of the Union Address Tuesday night.
"In tonight’s State of the Union speech, I had hoped that President Obama would reach out to Congress with a serious proposal to rein in federal spending and encourage the creation of middle class jobs."
Boy, does the world need a better sense of humor right about now.
Many of us launch a new year with resolutions. We may not write out a formal list, but something about the arrival of Jan. 1 makes us want to do better.