President Donald Trump and his senior officials head to the United Nations' annual gathering of world leaders this week focused on a narrow agenda that reflects domestic political concerns, the foreign policy challenge posed by Iran and -- by design or default -- a continued disconnect with many traditional US allies on the issue of climate change.
by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution: The Facts:Retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski writes in an article posted at Lew Rockwell’s website that Julian Assange is receiving the same treatm ... Read more
For those who remember the dramatic protests over logging in the spotted owl's Olympic Peninsula habitat, building with wood seems counterintuitive. But loggers and environmentalists alike say that bu ... Read more
OLYMPIA — In 1998, Washington voters decisively banned affirmative-action programs intended to help women and minorities gain access to public colleges, contracting and employment. That year’s I ... Read more
In the U.S., deportation seems to have a finality about it. But deep in Mexico, past the usual border stops for media and politicians, a family who lived in the Seattle area for years settles in to wo ... Read more