We have a message for Pruitt: We are scientists, and we are not going away. And neither is climate change.
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
My message to my former colleagues in the federal government is: Don’t go. Instead, speak truth to power. You are needed now more than ever.
Even ardent defenders of park open space want to see the museum thrive. Are there options for going underground, an effective, art-friendly approach that renowned...
A president who paints with broad brushes across an entire region or religion echoes loudly from the past. We must say, “not this time.”
For nine years, it was my job to inform our national-command authority — senior civilian and defense officials — about Soviet intentions and capabilities to...
Some may not want to pay to help felons cope with life outside prison walls, but if we don’t invest many will fall back into...
Agricultural labor is not just an issue for farmers. For every job on the farm, there are two to three more supported in transportation, food...
His company has relied on hyper-sexualized images of women to sell burgers, saying in a 2011 news release, “Ugly ones don’t sell burgers.”
Candy and flowers are nice, but you might feel better if you gave to a charity or nonprofit that is promoting democracy.
We need to ask our allies to stand with us. We need to threaten other nations rarely ... and then only in private.
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