Extremism is not a synonym for authenticity

Extremism is not a synonym for authenticity

As a long-time pragmatic idealist, I'm increasingly frustrated by the attacks on the center by right-wing and left-wing politicians and advocates alike.

On the Street

What's the cheapest date you've ever been on?

There's no shortage of ways for Brown to challenge McMorris Rodgers' role in the Trump party

Lisa Brown is running a well-organized campaign in her effort to defeat her better-funded (thanks to Citizens United) opponent, incumbent Cathy McMorris Rodgers. But what about Brown's strategy?

The Year That Was... 2005

YOUTUBE was founded this year, planting the seeds of today's social media landscape.

Seasons of Change: Contemplating the forces of nature

I was convinced nothing could be more sacred than the summers of my Brooklyn childhood — when thick, green, winter tights, layered under Catholic school uniforms, gave way to hot-pink jellies, culottes and neon, New Kids T-shirts. We ran wild and free.

On the Street

What is your favorite barbecue-related memory?

The Year that Was... 2004

A humble little website called "THEFACEBOOK" made its online debut.

When push comes to shove, members of Congress should stand by their constituents before their party leaders

Voting is an emotional act. It's also a sign of good citizenship.

Shared experience can be the most rewarding part of business

A few weekends ago, my son Connor had a group of entrepreneurial friends out to my lake cabin. We hung out on the dock, played games, enjoyed meals together and talked around the campfire.

How assaults on journalism are assaults on community

Anyone who has ever worked in a newsroom knows Jarrod Ramos, the 38-year-old man charged with killing five people and injuring two others in a mass shooting June 28 at The Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland.

The Year That Was... 2003

25 Years of the Inlander
The SPACE SHUTTLE COLUMBIA exploded Feb. 1, and Spokane's own astronaut Michael P. Anderson was among seven crew members killed.

On the Street

How could Spokane improve parking downtown?

Readers respond to Chelsea Martin's June 28 column, 'Crushin' on Jeff Bezos'

Letters to the Editor
Don't Blame the Big, Bad Capitalist

Lisa Brown weighs in on immigration, open borders, the travel ban and more in a letter to the editor

Recently, an Inlander article had some fun with my answers to a few questions on the immigration debacle being exacerbated by the failure of GOP leadership in Congress.


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