Here are references to pertinent, informative information like Op/Ed pieces and newspaper articles
Leonard Pitts remembers family
Leonard Pitts, Wasjhington Post Op/Ed writer, finds himself without older living relatives. He mourns the loss of heritage and hopes he's up to keeping the traditions alive. Very understandable as your age advances. There are some great references to lost generation phrasing, too.LINK
Nunes is out as House Intel chair
Don't believe the PRESIDENT?
REP DAVID NUNES (R) CA says - Don't believe everything as you hear it.Unbelievable! LINK
What Fuels Trump
Here's an article by WA Post Chris Cillizza analyzing what makes Trump tick - ego.
Small tears in our fabric
This article is very informative and shows that so many protective aspects are being dismantled - LINK
Think Cheney & Bush were bad ? Read this...
Kathleen Parker from the Washington Post says Bannon is writing Trumps Executive Orders. LINK
>> Eugene Robinson Says Trump works for us - tell him what to do.
>> The Columbian takes a real look at taxes-
And reminds us that not too long ago rich people paid up to 91% taxes - and America was "pretty great" then.
>> Greg Jayne from The Columbian on The Election - LINK
>> Leonard Pitts talks about "Healing", or not.
Leonard Pitts is a renowned columnist for the Washington Post. in this op/ed he puts "healing" aside for truth. LINK
He points out that demons of racism and incivility have been released. A frank discussion and observation piece. Eugene is a regular columnist with the Washington Post. Read it all at The Columbian, Nov 11, 2016.
>> Columbian Supports ObamaCare
In a frank and well-worded editorial on Friday Nov 04, 2016, The Columbian, our very important locally-owned newspaper, supported Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act) as being useful, necessary and a very good first step. In Washington especially, where it was embraced and not fought, the rate hikes remain significantly smaller. As supporters like Hillary have long said, it's a first step on which to build. Future steps can enroll more people and keep costs down. Read the entire editorial at LINK.
>> VOTE. Eugene Robinson discusses, with examples, why it's important to vote. The basis is not have Trump be in office. So the gist is familiar - if you don't vote or even if you vote for a third-party candidate, you are aiding and abetting the unfit, and seriously flawed Donald Trump. Vote for Hillary Clinton. Read Eugene's piece in the 10/07/16 Columbian