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  One of the most sacred principles of the American justice system is that an individual is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. The concept is embedded in our Constitution and the Bill of Rights – the first ten Amendments to the Constitution that protect our individual freedoms from abuse...
I received an email from Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office today claiming I had made an inaccurate statement in my column. Here is the substance of the email: The writer incorrectly states that our office is asking the court to prohibit Mr. Eyman from all political activity. In fact, we ask...
One of the most sacred principles of the American justice system is that an individual is presumed to be innocent until proven guilty. The concept is embedded in our Constitution and the Bill of Rights – the first ten Amendments to the Constitution that protect our individual freedoms from abuse by...
As families gather for the Thanksgiving Holiday they often take time to count their blessings. It is a wonderful tradition that we all take too little time to truly consider. This year I find it is a tradition that deserves our special attention as we consider the passionate arguments that have...
I’ve heard it for years now. The Internet is killing newspapers. It’s only a matter of time before the Internet will replace the printed word. Actually as it turns out, the Internet is the best thing that could have happened to local community papers like ours. Let’s look at some of the reasons why...
For decades our foreign policy has been built on the concept of buying peace. Years of negotiations with terrorists like Yasser Arafat, Saddam Hussein, Kim Jong Il and his marvelous son Kim Jong Un has produced nothing but increasingly greater threats. The message should be clear to anyone who is...
Nothing has stirred up the American people lately like the current call by the America hating left to tear down monuments. The hypocrisy of such an action is apparently lost on the “progressives” demanding it. Book burning has been practiced by some of the worst dictatorial regimes in history...
Too many years in the Senate and Speaker Mitch McConnell doesn’t seem to recognize the American public has grown impatient. Recently he told a local Rotary club that President Trump “had excessive expectations about how quickly things happen in the democratic process.” Seriously? We just went...
Laura Ingraham asked a Republican an interesting question last week. She pointed out that Republicans always try to appeal to voters with numbers and logic while Democrats always try to make their appeal based on emotion. Democrats, for example, drag out the story of some individual with a...

Bill Forhan
  American’s can sense a bad deal when they see it. Obamacare is a bad deal. American’s have been calling for repeal for the last three elections. They have not been calling for a repeal and replace.  Politicians keep saying they can cut health care costs by eliminating the profit motive. Well,...

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