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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.
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Jan. 12, 2018.
2017 was a stinky ye
“I am proud to have played a small part in supporting the mission of the King County Library System.”
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Jan. 05, 2018.
The European attitude of curiosity and adventure drove them to explore and… dominate the globe by the end of the 19th century.
Inslee set out to curb emission of carbon pollutants through a rewrite of the clean air rules. A judge said he went too far.
2017 was a fun, yet learning experience for me as editor of The Reporter
Frank Shiers, Jr.’s editorial comic, week of Dec. 22, 2017.
“If we can get through this period of political chaos, we will be a stronger nation with its citizens valuing democracy far more.”
“This has not been a good month for reporting. But one wrong fact does not fake news make.”
“As long as they had a common enemy, attention was focused away from their differences. That no longer is the case.”
“I want our posts to be seen as beneficial, I do not want to be a part of online bullying.”
“Trump supporters… still strongly support him, even though their expectations have changed enormously.”