I’m raising my 12-year-old niece, and I am terrified. The battle against illicit fentanyl, and its slogan “One Pill Can Kill,” are legit.
In addition to our staff columnists, The Seattle Times publishes a variety of syndicated columnists, representing a breadth of political thought and perspective. Below are recent syndicated columns published in The Times.
Did we really think that the spread of conspiracy theories and disinformation would have no lasting effects on our democracies?
The independent state legislature theory asserts that a state legislature can violate its state's constitution in congressional elections.
Born-again Trump critics are mostly just worried about whether he can get elected, which is one reason he still can.
Herschel Walker's celebrity, former President Donald Trump thought, would cover all flaws. In the end, it did not.
If our media window on the world is narrow, then our ability to make good democratic decisions suffers too.
The Supreme Court has been clear that stopping discrimination is more important than protecting the freedom to discriminate. It should reaffirm this principle.
An open question is whether the heroism of so many women in this war will chip away at traditional sexist attitudes.