In this cinched and cursed state of lockdown, many parts of life have become borderless and amorphous and blurred together.
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.
Memorial Day should’ve inspired unity on COVID-19, not Twitter rants and red-blue divisions | Trudy Rubin / Syndicated columnist
America has had a united spirit before in crises. We can do better than a leader who tweets hatred and lies as more Americans die.
“It tires me to talk to rich men,” said Teddy Roosevelt, himself a product of wealth. “You expect a man of millions, the head of...
Everybody makes mistakes, and nobody likes admitting having been wrong. But facing up to past mistakes is a crucial aspect of leadership.
It’s a single day, just one day, where we are meant to pause and remember those who gave everything for us.
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