As always, I have sought out the best advice possible to make my annual predictions of the winners in the key political races.
Until lately, domestic violence has been seen largely as a woman’s issue. After all, the vast majority of people suffering from violence by a partner are women.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, why are teams of political people allowed to distract drivers by waving their signs and whooping it up
Ebola trick-or-treat | Cartoon Ebola trick-or-treat
The Mirror’s editorial board endorses the following candidates in the 2014 general election:
Most of the statewide media attention during this election season has focused on the race between Republican Mark Miloscia and Democrat Shari Song because the winner may determine control of the state Senate.
Every time I see the name Shari Song on signage throughout the length and breadth of Federal Way, I’m inspired to sing.
Every year, the Seattle-based Gender Odyssey Conference attracts hundreds of people from across the country and around the world to learn about gender diversity.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I was driving past a convenience store in Federal Way when I saw a sign that said Rockstar energy drinks were EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) approved for food stamp participants. Why are they approved when vitamins aren’t?
King County Elections mailed ballots this week to nearly 1.2 million registered voters for the Nov. 4 general election.
I-594 versus I-591: Firing up the gun issue | Cartoon
It would probably be impossible to have an election that didn’t have at least one controversial initiative on the ballot to help boost turn out. And this year’s hot topic: guns.
The American Cancer Society estimates one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime.
This week, the Mirror welcomes a new reporter, Sarah Kehoe.
E. Coli and Ebola crisis E. Coli and Ebola crisis | Cartoon
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I am a volunteer and I often clean up trash along the BPA trail and Celebration park.
The candy is on the shelves, children are all talking about what kind of costume they will wear and parents are deciding whose turn it is to walk the children around the neighborhood.
If you like public policy debates about what government should, or shouldn’t do, or about what government’s priorities are or should be, you’re going to love the debate about the 2008 King County Budget.