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Michelle, your inaugural post was hilarious!
If you’re checking page stats, I’m the little blip that shows up every day to laugh at your freebie list and professor quotes. 1,234 more words

Letters: Mount Polley mine, fish, whales and dolphins

I’m always astounded at the reaction of people when they understand that voting counts, and has a real impact on all of us, every day of our lives. 863 more words

Opinion

Mary-Jane Bennett: Beachfront rail line in urgent need of realignment to prevent further fatalities

The view from the southwest flank of Canada’s coastline — between Crescent Beach and the city of White Rock — is breathtaking.

“It’s Canada’s Amalfi coast,” enthuses Erik Seiz, president of the Crescent Beach Property Owners’ Association. 692 more words

Opinion

Social Injustice and Sports – What Should Our Athletes Do? By Brandon Simmons, BOSS Sports

The shooting death of Michael Brown – an unarmed 18-year-old shot by a Ferguson, MO police officer – has caused a ton of outrage regarding race as well as police brutality. 608 more words

Op Ed

Getting UNRWA out of Gaza II: Reroute UNWRA funds to the PA?

Last week Dr. Yishai Ashlag wrote about the advantages of Israel spearheading the rebuilding of Gaza’s economy. Middle East analysts Alexander Joffe and Asaf Romirowsky have… 554 more words

Terror Financing

Rainier Beach Counterpunch

by Gregory Davis

Rainier Beach is a neighborhood full of vitality that random isolated shootings of buildings and potshots by naysayers cannot detract from. For the record…crime is down in Rainier Beach and education is up.   934 more words

Op-Ed

Social Media and Mental Illness

In  memory of Robin Williams

             Last Monday the world lost a soul whom so many considered a hero. In many ways, he was at the top of the food chain in the comedy realm of Hollywood. 808 more words

Writing