Letters to the Editor

Gov. Inslee, you’re not the right fit for president

Gov. Jay Inslee, cool your jets. You are not presidential material. Let’s review the record: Your primary initiative is climate change. While I agree with… Continue reading

  • Jan 28, 2019

‘National wealth tax’ doesn’t add up to a solution

In response to last week’s letter calling for a “national wealth tax:” it’s neither a new nor a good idea. Question: a 10 percent tax… Continue reading

  • Jan 25, 2019

Seriously, your view is skewed

Regarding: “Presenting a view from the right” (Reporter, letters to the editor, Dec. 28). Michael (Cook), your opening paragraph says it all. The fact that… Continue reading

  • Jan 4, 2019

Casting a dim shadow over Trump

Regarding the Nov. 30 “Brighter Side of Trump” letter: the policies of Trump and the Republicans have all been about short-term gratitude. Most of the… Continue reading

  • Dec 28, 2018

Presenting a view from the right

You should hear from a Trump supporter now and then just to: 1, prove we still exist; 2, prove we are not discouraged by the… Continue reading

  • Dec 28, 2018

Time is now to support fight against Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is the only leading cause of death that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed. More than five million Americans suffer from this… Continue reading

  • Dec 20, 2018

Online school keeps us sailing

We enrolled our son, Alex, in Washington Virtual Academy in Kindergarten (WAVA) to embrace his independent learning style. WAVA has freed up our family’s schedule… Continue reading

  • Dec 14, 2018

Brighter side of Trump

I agreed with much of a previous letter writer telling us how horrible President Donald Trump is, but the writer is so hung up on… Continue reading

  • Nov 30, 2018

Homelessness requires care, accountability

Responding to Michael Colasurdo’s comments in a letter to the editor, “Stop paying for the homeless and put them to work.” Homelessness is a concern… Continue reading

  • Nov 30, 2018

Why not investigate Joe Fain rape accusation?

The last two Auburn Reporters reported about the investigation into the rape accusation against Sen. Joe Fain. At first, the state said they would investigate… Continue reading

  • Nov 30, 2018

Are Democrats ready for change?

There’s hardly any point of having a two-party system in theory when both parties are openly dedicated to status quo – no change or growth… Continue reading

  • Nov 30, 2018

I-1631? Just another government money grab

I thought the Reporter did a decent job of breaking down the election results. With one exception: I think you missed the boat on why… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2018

Where are our leaders?

Our nation and the world cannot understand what is happening to the USA. Our constitution provides a ”check and balance” political system, yet the very… Continue reading

  • Nov 16, 2018

Trust in government

As of this writing, on Nov. 6, your City Council plans on reallocating a 15.38 percent internal tax that is due to expire. The reallocated… Continue reading

  • Nov 9, 2018

Thanks to all who supported pursuit of restoration grant for historic building

Kent Downtown Partnership would like to thank everybody who voted for the Morrill Bank Building in downtown Kent in the contest to try to win… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2018

Dino has my vote for Congress

Watching the debate between Dino Rossi and Kim Schrier on YouTube was a great help in deciding who I should vote for in the 8th… Continue reading

  • Nov 2, 2018

Don’t be misled, vote yes on I-1631

Let’s dig into the “special interests” that wrote and support I-1631. These are the dastardly, irresponsible, greedy groups that want to steal your money and… Continue reading

  • Nov 2, 2018

I-1639 is a bad law that attacks our rights

If you value your civil rights, then please vote no on I-1639. I-1639 is an attack on every person who values their constitutionally guaranteed rights… Continue reading

  • Nov 2, 2018

Race for Congress: Fresh Face vis-a-vis Old Pol

Electing Kim Schrier will bring to the office “pluses” sorely needed in the next Congress. Restoring balance in our governance tops the list in a… Continue reading

  • Nov 2, 2018

Fain supports the needs of our city, district

Sen. Joe Fain has been a champion for the city of Kent since he was first elected, and I have endorsed him for reelection because… Continue reading

  • Oct 26, 2018