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Flowers: During tragedy, critics looked at shoes

Anyone who thought that ruminating on Melania Trump’s choice of shoes was appropriate is nothing more than a pathetic rube.


Christine M. Flowers: It’s stupid to paint all Trump backers as fools

A lot of people out there are tired of being called stupid, whether directly to their faces or indirectly with the raised eyebrow of the highbrow.


Avi Temkar: This liberal loves Greenwood’s tune

I have a secret favorite: Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA.” It’s a song my fellow liberals love to hate. I love it.


Ruben Navarrette Jr: Liberals must bring down the temperature

Whether these sanctimonious bullies are in Congress, the media, Hollywood or academia, they’re much too comfortable with demonizing conservatives.


Kathleen Parker: Gorsuch is Trump’s best move

It’s the next seat for which Democrats should save their fire, lest they be viewed as intractable as the Republicans were the past eight years.


Spin Control: Spokane Valley spits centrist bit

Picking up a slightly dated copy of USA Today last week made me wonder if I’d been away from Eastern Washington so long a seismic shift in the body politic …


Hal proves civility in political discourse possible

Hal Dixon once told me that we live in different worlds. Different political worlds, surely – Hal is a conservative, and I am not. But Hal, who is the most …