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Filling the cabinet, keep carbon tax alive, guns and butter, silent answer, new majority coalitions…
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Feb. 16, 2018.
“Most men would rather deny a hard truth than face it.”
“And will the real Donald Trump please stand up!”
‘“It’s amazing. In 28 years, I’ve never worked on an issue with as broad public response as getting rid of these pens,” he said.’
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Feb. 09, 2018.
The new KCLS director Lisa Rosenblum took the reins Jan. 16.
“In visiting the city in October 2014, I realized Renton was ripe for continued growth.”
“Uncertainty and fear will continue for the DACA students as to whether they will be deported.”
“Concern for the common good is buried by the greed, deception, secrecy and cunning of a few very rich people.”
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Jan. 26, 2018.
“It is my hope that my personal story will help in a decision to allow Lakeside Industries a permanent place in Maple Valley.”
Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Jody Keeler. I am a proud team member of Lakeside Industries. Like many others, in 2008… Continue reading
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Jan. 19, 2018.
“Only that humility of our own vulnerability and ignorance can bring us to be tolerant of the views of others.”
“…we are bound to suffer increasing polarization in our nation that tears at the very fabric of our Constitutional covenant.”
“…this site is ideal for serving the asphalt needs of Southeast King County.”
“This new asphalt plant is important to our community and will directly impact the quality of our local roads.”
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.