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I started to think about survival of the fittest in connection with an anti-bullying event earlier this month at Meredith Hill Elementary School in Federal Way.
Every once in a while, we showcase a Federal Way volunteer that is an example for the rest of us.
Remember the “Craigslist” murder of James Sanders in Edgewood?
Men behind the gun counter, who have absolutely no idea what a lady needs for shooting gear, are the reason why Jennie became an instructor and opened her gun shop.
Last spring, my wife and I finally got to visit our nation’s capital. I wasn’t sure how I expected to feel in D.C. because I have become so pessimistic about the direction our government is going.
Imagine standing outside a Federal Way nightclub when a big guy runs out the door, rips off his shirt in the middle of the street and gives every indication that he is about to violently assault a bystander.
The Federal Way Mirror ran a controversial story recently that focused on a man’s personal history in the wake of the recent officer-involved shooting at a local Walmart store. An officer shot the alleged shoplifter while he was fleeing from the Walmart located on 20th Avenue South in Federal Way.
The term “maven” became common in political parlance during the 1980s when William Safire, the conservative mantelpiece at the New York Times, began describing himself as “the language maven.”
Federal Way residents are encouraged to get Community Emergency Response Training, also known as CERT.
Adolph Sutro should remind some of us of the struggle it will take to build an indoor shooting range in Federal Way.
About a year ago, the Brady Campaign warned that “gun rights” activists were converging on Washington, D.C., seething with threats of right-wing violence.
Gov. Christine Gregoire signed three gun bills into law passed by lawmakers during the regular session. HB 1016 allows use of suppressors. Known as silencers, suppressors are common in many other states. Federal law requires some red tape with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE).
Many parents claim their kids are so trustworthy that they would never play with guns.
Several years ago, a retired Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputy retained me to provide him with an opinion letter.
There are so many varieties of law practice that it would be hard to list all of them. People often ask me about the area… Continue reading
Does the Second Amendment provide a right to carry a gun?The South King Fire and Rescue commissioners recently confronted the issue of whether Washington state… Continue reading
The Federal Way School District recently conducted a public forum that focused on the achievement gap and equity.
At least eleven law enforcement officers were murdered or wounded around the U.S. in one recent 24-hour period.
New York Times columnist Stanley Fish states that Mattie Ross, the main character in “True Grit,” proceeds in the face of outlaws, rattlesnakes and other… Continue reading