Never mind that I am just a regular taxpaying citizen who tries to live an ethical existence; because I don’t believe the drivel spouted by this person and her cronies, I am “deplorable.”
There are complex, long-standing issues around race in this country, particularly with the treatment of black Americans. When we identify ourselves as only supporting those “who stand for the National Anthem,” we clearly identify ourselves as seeing and caring about the protest far more than the mistreatment it is intending to highlight.
May the future bring new respect and understanding for American Indian Tribes as governments work together to solve life-survival issues. Please, Mr. President, do not let this be a false victory for all humanity and the earth.
I would just like to extend a big thank you to the staff at Sonic Drive-In for finding and keeping my purse safe until I came back to retrieve it this week.
The Washington Public Ports Association website reminds us that settlers migrating into Washington chose locations near water to settle — easier to get home by water than over land.
A search for words is required to explain the heading of this letter: Amazing, incredible, unbelievable, astounding, awesome. They all apply. As a relative newcomer to the Northwest, and Poulsbo in particular, I pinch myself quite often at my and wife Diana’s good fortune of locating in one of the most popular cities on the Kitsap Peninsula.
When the matter of dismissing a 17-year veteran employee can take place without the knowledge of members of the City Council, there is an inherent problem with local government that must be addressed (“Quiet exit for Poulsbo’s planning director,” page A1, Sept. 2 Herald).
Something is drastically wrong with this situation and must be remedied by law so that all patients can receive the treatment to which each, individually, is legally entitled.
So, thank you, Mr. Lund! You may not hear it enough, but it is apparent that this department takes great pride in its mission and serves us all so well.
In remembering 9/11 and the lives lost that day, we steel our resolve to ensure such an attack never again happens. And we remember the courage of all those aboard those hijacked commercial jetliners, particularly those who fought to retake control of their plane, which crashed in a Pennsylvania field.
Following is a letter that I sent to Rep. Sherry Appleton earlier Tuesday.
What an amazing community we live and work in...Our efforts to raise fund does not stop now.