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- The unwavering belief in the American dream
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- After the fall of Saigon: When Washington did the right thing for refugees
- Refugees face different challenges today during resettlement
There’s been some tense back-and-forth over the Canadian mother who said she had stopped opposing vaccinations after all seven of her kids came down with whooping cough. Some say we should loudly thank Tara Hills for publicly disowning her anti-vax campaign. Others — me, for instance — are feeling less grateful. Hills went beyond spreading...
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- What’s partisan about fact? | Leonard Pitts Jr. / Syndicated columnist
- Beyond education wars | Nicholas Kristof / Syndicated columnist
- Cannabis investment has gone mainstream, but not in Washington | Jonathan Martin / Times editorial columnist
- The FCC could rob Peter to pay Paul: wireless carriers | Editorial
- After the fall of Saigon: When Washington did the right thing for refugees | Seeking refuge: 40 years after the fall of Saigon
- Refugees face different challenges today during resettlement | Seeking refuge: 40 years after the fall of Saigon
- Don’t use students as pawns in walkout | Editorial
I was appalled at Mayor Ed Murray’s criticism of animal advocates who spoke up on behalf of the Woodland Park Zoo elephants at a recent City Council meeting . He described the advocates’ desperate pleas as “unconscionable” and “lacked civility”. People speak up when they feel their concerns are being continually ignored. The mayor and...
- Trans-Pacific Partnership would limit local lawmaking | Letter to the editor
- Subsidized law services: Not just a ‘liberal’ idea | Letter to the editor
- Teacher walkout is about looking to the future | Letter to the editor
- Tree-sitting: An effective alternative for residents | Letter to the editor
- Mobile-home buyers: An unethical vote by the U.S. House | Letter to the editor
“Whether it’s ideology or political expediency that keeps Republicans dancing around the elephant in the room, party time is over.”
Refugees believe in America, and most work hard and invest everything they have into their children’s futures.