The Spokesman-Review


FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2016

No justice served

The Spokesman-Review's July 10 editorial, "Facts matter," is relevant to FBI Director Comey's recent statement exonerating Hillary Clinton from charges of mishandling classified information because there was no evidence of "intentional misconduct" on her part.

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Stick with Trump

No one is happy with any of the candidates. Trump is a narcissist; Clinton is a congenital proven serial liar, and probably a sociopath, and Bernie is a naive socialist that's promising free everything with no idea how to pay for it. Socialism is always the path back to slavery. It may be slow or fast, but it is the inevitable.

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Type of weapon matters

It's hard to understand the paranoia surrounding the Second Amendment of the American Constitution. I can understand carrying a handgun for self-defense against an intruder, or against assault in a tough neighborhood. And I understand my friends who enjoy hunting, or competing at marksmanship.

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Obama incites

He did it in Ferguson, Missouri and now he is doing the same thing concerning the recent police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota.

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Teach your children

The senseless, racially motivated violence and loss of life over the last year or so is threatening to divide this country once again and could possibly threaten our national security at a time when we really need to stand together in order to maintain our strength against global terror.

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TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2016


Complete interview with Gabe Marks

Our most recent story about prolific Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks tells the story of a particularly insightful interview we had last spring. That story, "Gabe Marks is a ...

Weekend Wild Card — 7.23-24. 16

I'm facing another weekend of fence-building with my neighbor. Once we get the back fence built, I have one last honey-do item on the agenda and then it's kick back ...

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S-R intern Tyson Bird brought cookies to work on his last day with us. It has been a pleasure to have him here. I first printed a column submission from ...



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