The framers of the Constitution clearly did not want the president or the military to wage war on their own, without consent of the people,...
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.
We must all work to insure that inequality does not force out the vibrant diversity that makes Seattle so worthy a place to call home.
The next mayor will need to be a traffic cop / Doug MacDonald, former state transportation chief | Op-Ed
Seattle’s awful traffic? Brace yourself, because it’s about to get worse
Thousands of UW workers — the people who maintain buildings, serve food, help students access financial aid, provide quality instruction, innovative research and medical care...
I was sure I was about to be fired after dissing a local theater production.
During my time in Congress, Republicans and Democrats had a large moderate base while the ideological factions dwelled on the fringes. Now they are dominant...
Sharing a fence with Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor — home to eight Trident submarines — is a daily reminder of the peril the world faces from...
The children who walk into my clinic deserve every opportunity to grow up strong and healthy, with access to any health-care services they may require.
Snohomish and King counties are leading the way on a regional approach. Now we need Spokane, Tacoma and Vancouver to join the effort.
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