- Legislature should ban toxic flame retardants
- Sleep and meditate your way to success
- Critical updates needed in state marijuana laws
- A modest proposal to restore local control of $40 million from No Child Left Behind waiver
- Seattle can still lead in fossil-fuel divestment
- Lawmakers should not fail state’s students
The other day President Obama ruefully told The Huffington Post that he probably doesn’t get enough sleep. Our response to that was, duh! We want him to fret and worry about the country at night so we can fret and worry about other stuff. Jimmy Fallon on the “The Tonight Show” unkindly insisted we don’t...
- In defense of the dead-end job | Richard S. Davis column
- The sun is rising on solar panels, and there’s no fighting it | Froma Harrop / Syndicated columnist
- A woman’s place is on the $20 bill | Gail Collins / Syndicated columnist
- Reining in cost of college a priority | Ann McFeatters / Syndicated columnist
The state Legislature should ban toxic flame retardants linked to health problems.
The Seattle Times is right that the real fight over Arctic drilling has to be national, where the leases are granted . But The Times is wrong to dismiss the Port Shell lease as mere symbolism. What this argument overlooks is that politics is all about symbolism. Rejecting the Shell lease would dramatically enhance efforts...
- Starbucks and race: Starting a conversation | Letter to the editor
- Trans-Pacific Partnernship negotiations are an undemocratic process | Letter to the editor
- Grizzly bears in the North Cascades would discourage recreation | Letter to the editor
- Parks smoking ban: There’s nowhere left to smoke | Letter to the editor
- Israeli elections: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is flip-flopping and fear mongering | 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.”
- A modest proposal to restore local control of $40 million from No Child Left Behind waiver | Mark Mullet and Jamie Pedersen guest column
- Seattle can still lead in fossil-fuel divestment | Guest columnist
- Trans-Pacific Partnership would boost Washington’s economy | Guest columnist
- Restore the cut to temporary assistance for needy families | Guest columnists