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November 6
  • Perfect love the antidote

    Page A11 Bryan Fischer’s quote in the Oct. 22 Spokesman-Review, “Homosexuality brought us Hitler …” turns logic upside down. It was Hitler’s fear of homosexuals, Jews, physical deformities in people, plus anyone …

  • Spotlight predator hunt

    Page A11 Kudos to Kathleen Parker (Oct. 26) on her opinion column.

November 5
  • Christine M. Flowers: Blame for Ebola spreading fastest

    Page A13 I remember, as a child, watching “Ben-Hur” and wondering why being sent to a “leper colony” was such a bad thing. To me, lepers were regal animals with beautiful coats …

  • Editorial: Decisions on association health insurance plans should be flexible

    Page A13 Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler last week approved a health insurance plan offered by the Associated General Contractors of Washington, good news for the 500,000-odd employees in the state who get … 2

  • Upgrade recycling

    Page A13 Our Waste-to-Energy Plant could be recycling more efficiently, and possibly making a profit doing it. Yes, they have an area to drop off various recyclables, but what about all the …

  • Animals treated better

    Page A13 Please help me to understand how our county manages to provide many shelters to care for and protect our animals but is not successful at doing the same for homeless …

  • The people’s party?

    Page A13 The article about Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter’s dismissal from the Navy due to cocaine use was kind of humorous. Oh, not the part about the cocaine use, that …

  • Ratings drive Ebola coverage

    Page A13 After yet another rude smoker blew a puff of his poison on me while I was walking into the grocery store the other day, it got me thinking. What would …

November 4
  • Robert J. Samuelson: European economy worrisome

    Page A11 Can Mario Draghi save Europe? Draghi heads the European Central Bank, Europe’s equivalent of the Federal Reserve. The fact that the question is being asked is an unsettling reminder that …

  • Editorial: West Side traffic fixes will benefit entire state

    Page A11 Two recently released studies conclude that greater transportation spending would be a boon to Washington, and they also show why the bulk of the projects should be on the West … 10

  • Crooks and crime

    Page A11 Gary Crooks has done it again. In the Opinion section of the Oct. 19 Spokesman-Review, he attempts to justify that gun registration reduces gun crime with the following statement: “More …

  • Pass immigration reform

    Page A11 I write today to encourage everyone to work toward timely passage of comprehensive immigration reform legislation. The current system, which relies on harsh enforcement measures, is ineffective and unjust.

  • Need political balance

    Page A11 Nature is about balance, and balance seems to be incredibly lacking in our culture today, particularly in our politics. The yin and yang attraction of opposites works when the parties …

  • Play down school shootings

    Page A11 As sorry as I am for the victims, I think it was a mistake to feature the Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting as front page news, and that it should not …

November 3
  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: Some prefer lie from cable news

    Page A9 You can’t handle the truth. There is a temptation to take that line from Jack Nicholson – snarled at Tom Cruise in “A Few Good Men” – as the moral …

  • Landmark ruling explained

    Page A9 I would like to explain the decision reached by the Spokane Landmarks Commission regarding the historic buildings on Third Avenue. In the past, I served two terms on this body, …

  • Scary Ebola decisions

    Page A9 Why would a president who is potentially facing the biggest health crisis since the influenza pandemic of 1919, which killed more Americans than World War I, select a longtime political …