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As the world’s lone superpower, America has massive effects on international politics, economics and culture.In our time abroad last year, we both saw how our… Continue reading
Today marks the 100th day since I took on the role as mayor of Langley.
The people have spoken!
There is a big beige box in Bayview.
With people leaving old jobs and starting news ones thanks to our global economy — [cough! Recession! cough!] — it is prime time to give folks who are launching new careers a little been there, done that kind of wisdom.
Over the past weeks, more and more attention has been given to the upcoming Summer Olympics and their host.Protesters have broken up the torch relay… Continue reading
I first became interested in mental health issues about the same time the Little Missuss started her first diet.
Every message from Good Cheer needs to begin with a “Thank You.”
I love South Whidbey.
I continue to marvel at the protracted saga of the Keystone-Port Townsend ferry run as official thinking grinds glacially in the direction of a reasonable solution. At least the silly idea of building a 50-car “toy” ferry as a stop-gap solution for the route has finally been abandoned.
Living on South Whidbey is hard for teenagers. As high school seniors about to leave the island indefinitely, we have compiled a list of improvements and additions proposed by our fellow students.
Here is some free advice for the residents of Clinton, Bayview and even Greenbank: Never, never, consider changing from a Rural Area of Intense Development (RAID) to a non-municipal urban growth area (NMUGA).
Does anyone out there have any suggestions on how to make a good disguise?
Imagine if almost everybody in our country were healthy.
Jimmy Carter said, “Peace is much more than just the absence of war.”
Before we get started, although it certainly seems as if we have, let me thank you who have had the bold courtesy to say that you were glad I am back writing weekly non-necessities for the non-masses.
Greetings! I have just returned from a self-imposed, three-day exile in the Honeycomb Hideout.
Some astute political observers say the candidate who offers the best message for change, a concrete vision for a "new reality," will win the White House come November.