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  • Bush's Second Year

      Prior to the traumatic events of September 11, George Walker Bush was seemingly mired in a bog of inadequacies. He lacked eloquence, his intelligence was being questioned by a broad spectrum of partisan and neutral observers, his legislati
  • Righting the ship of state

      Last spring, when we last monitored the log of the good ship Olympia, a frantic "Mayday" signal had just been broadcast. At that perilous moment, Washington's ship of state was dangerously foundering in stormy political seas. Captain Gary
  • Montana maverick

      On Friday October 5, 2001, Senator Mike Mansfield of Montana, the longest serving Majority Leader in the history of the United States Senate (1961-76) died just two years shy of a century. We have experienced a genuine loss of a national t
  • A reasoned response

      Since the war on terrorism started in earnest earlier this week, we all seem to understand that it will not be a quick war -- this could very well be quite a long haul. As this ongoing campaign is waged, of course we must be unified and bra
  • Eva's story

      Sixty-two years ago, Eva Bialogrod was a young woman living in small Polish town. And while it was clear that storm clouds of war were gathering over her ill-fated land, nothing could prepare her for the ordeal she would suffer over the ne
  • Ship(wreck) of state

      The July 24, 2001, entry into the ship's log reads: "The Good Ship Olympia is in its death throes. She flounders absent a functioning captain, and her crew is deserting both fore and aft. The ominous reefs lay dead ahead. Mayday... Mayday... M
  • Olympia blues

      Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep It's own appointed limits keep O, hear us when we cry to Thee For those in peril on the sea! -- William Whiting, "The Naval Hymn" Among themselves, members of the Washington State Legislature, both Republi
  • Crisis governance

      In January 20, 2001, the people of this storied nation will likely hold their collective breaths as they view either George W. Bush or Al Gore taking the oath of office for President of the United States. Whether Bush or Gore, t
  • Toxic politics

      The good news: It appears the American electorate will survive yet another mean season of highly toxic contemporary political campaigns. The bad news: The warning lights, signaling lethal dosage levels, are starting to flash. Th
  • Where's the vision?

      Yes Virginia, there really was a time when political giants walked among us.

Recent Comments

  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Idaho's politicians recognized early on that an undereducated workforce didn't have to be paid as…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Dark Into Light

    • Skeleton of God is from Boulder and played many shows there, ,way cooler band than…

    • on March 4, 2015
  • Re: From Backyard to Center Stage

    • That pic of my back is pretty amazing.

      Thanks,
      "The Masked Juggalo"
      Jared Savage

    • on March 4, 2015
  • Re: Best Barbecue

    • Wow. I guess we just have a difference of opinion...

    • on March 4, 2015
  • Re: Best Barbecue

    • Your kidding, right?

    • on March 4, 2015
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