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This is the most important election of Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. I have seen Jaime Herrera Beutler’s work in Congress as benefiting her corporate PAC donors instead of her … more
Have you ever been at a store and watched a child ask their mother for some item in the store, and the mother told their child, no, they couldn’t have it? Then all of a sudden the child begins … more
There were at least five fireworks stands in Battle Ground which had enough fireworks to start a war. The folks that buy these fireworks believe that the more the better. For a week, heavy duty … more
Soon you will have your ballot to support the Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue EMS levy that covers 45,000 residents in Ridgefield, La Center, Woodland and unincorporated Clark County as well as the Cowlitz … more
By Kris Johnson When our friends in Great Britain open their eyes in the morning, many parts of their day look a lot like what we see here in Washington. The Association of Washington … more
Remember how state government had a $15 billion budget surplus during this year’s legislative session? At the time, I and other Republicans said some of that should be returned to the people, … more
The trouble with Democrats, liberals and progressives is we believe in the principles of democracy.   And we do not have an egomaniac spokesperson stirring us to storm the halls of government, … more
Earlier this week, Gov. Jay Inslee made a statement about the two far-right candidates, Joe Kent and Vicki Kraft, running for Congress here in Southwest Washington. I commend him for making … more
The Biden administration has gone to war with fossil fuels by implementing a moratorium on all new oil and gas leases on federal land. America is no longer energy independent. We are dependent on … more
What an entity gives, it can take away. That is true for parents, legislators, governments, etc. The Supreme Court of the United States determined and made law in the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, … more
Don’t agree with the SCOTUS ruling on Roe v. Wade? Don’t think gun legislation is enough? Jan. 6 was an insurrection and an attempted coup? Remember that when you vote. … more
The recent abortion/choice debate has thrown a light on the five states with the strictest anti-abortion laws. Except for Idaho, the others are among those with the worst records for early child … more
This is a scary moment. The Supreme Court just dismantled abortion rights across America. As a result, 26 states could outlaw abortion, including 13 that have passed “trigger” laws to … more
And where in this SCOTUS edict does the “father” of the unborn fit in? What decree is holding him responsible? What judgment orders him to be financially supportive at conception? And … more
I recently saw an advertisement for Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, where she claimed she was working to reduce gas prices for Washington families. In a telephone town hall, she also said that … more
The unborn child has the right to be born as affirmed by the Supreme Court in 2018. The unborn child is a unique and genetically unrepeatable human being. Dr. Keith Moore writes in “The … more
The real question here is not about abortion, but whether a woman wants to get pregnant or not. If the answer is no, then she should have the access to and intelligence to use any or all of the … more
Seventy-eight percent of Southwest Washington citizen’s top priority for the Interstate 5 Interstate Bridge Replacement (IBR) project is reducing traffic congestion and saving time. Overall, … more
To all of the members of the community that visited our plant sale on May 7, 2022, our club would like to extend our deepest appreciation.   Your patronage helps us plant the downtown planter … more
I’m hoping that The Reflector will post this comment. There is one reason and one reason only why we are paying the astronomical prices that we are for gas and other fuels. It’s because … more
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