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The Biden administration is incompetent and full of corruption in every department.   President Joe Biden continues to lie on almost everything that goes on in his administration.  The … more
Ideas that are destructive to humanity are hard to defend against because of their invisible nature, but once the attacking enemy uses them to cause everlasting damage to a targeted society, then the … more
It is always a pleasure to take a drive north to my childhood home range and to see “the mountain” out in all of her splendor, especially on a warm spring day abuzz with new life. As … more
Salmon extinction is not an option, but harvest management alone is not going to get us to recovery. In April, the treaty tribes in western Washington and our state co-manager finalized the … more
When I talk to constituents in the 20th Legislative District about issues affecting our communities and state, many have expressed to me a deep distrust in our governing institutions. This … more
The energetic kid badly wanting to sign up for an after school program. The words- loving student struggling to hear their teacher’s stories. The parent desperate to find help for their kid for … more
Our Ridgefield waterfront is a treasure: the only publicly owned waterfront in our community, with public amenities and connections to downtown and world-class natural resources. And like any … more
National Eating Disorders Week was held between Feb. 27 and March 5 in our country. The three types of eating disorders that have been studied the most are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and … more
Neil Stewart’s letter published April 26th started well when he warned us about the lies of propaganda in the first paragraph. What followed after that was much less understandable but could be … more
With rising gun violence, extreme climate conditions and an increase in accessibility challenges, employees who can lead and assist in these areas are more important than ever in educational … more
Washington legislators passed a bill, SB 5599, that will allow the state to harbor runaway children and provide them with abortions and irreversible gender treatments at taxpayer expense and without … more
Ironic that in Centralia Sen. John Braun’s editorial in The Reflector on April 12, he berates Democrats for ostensibly focusing attention only on the nationwide and local gun violence epidemic … more
Republicans came into this year’s legislative session vowing to fix the state’s drug possession law so offenders would have more incentive to enter and complete treatment. We remain … more
Our federal government has perfected “The Big Lie” from years of studious practice and repetition. Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s minister of propaganda said multiple times, “Make … more
The Clark County Council works very hard. They meet multiple times weekly to keep the county working. For example, they are creating a new Land Management Plan, overseeing the Railroad Overlay … more
With the most recent intelligence failure, we now know that U.S. troops are in Ukraine. We also know that U.S. troops are in Syria, facilitating the stealing of oil and supporting terrorists. No … more
I noticed that a number of Republican state legislators as well as the owner of The Reflector were pretty upset about the recent passage of an excise tax on people who take in $250,000 or more a year … more
Thank you, The Reflector, for doing your job well to make us aware of what’s happening in our city council and police department via your article in our March 15 paper. I’m writing in … more
Hans Christian Anderson wrote a short fable called “The Emperor has no Clothes.”  It’s a story about a vain, gullible emperor who hired two weavers to make him a new … more
Chad Taylor, the publisher of The Reflector, stated for decades, Washington’s Supreme Court ruled that taxing net income from any source was an income tax. But earlier this month, the … more
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