Monday, October 25, 2010
Should Be Good
Having much admired Booth Gardner when he was governor of my state, and having been and remaining an advocate for the law in Washington, I'm looking forward to seeing this.
Profoundly affected by his Parkinson's Disease, Governor Gardner campaigned heroically and effectively (and successfully) for "Death With Dignity." His popularity in the state, and his lifelong credibility as a thoughtful and honest man no doubt made a difference.
My latest newspaper column : Win or lose, Donald Trump has done incalculable damage to America. It can’t be overstated. A disordered eg...
My latest newspaper column : In college, I played Conrad Birdie in a production of Bye Bye Birdie at a neighboring women’s school. Wash...
Here's my next newspaper column, to be published Saturday: I n the age of Trump, having only a weekly column makes it challenging t...
My next newspaper column: After failing to stop even the most conspicuously unsuitable of Trump’s nominees, Democrats clearly have ze...
[ Image source ]