Politics

The Left’s Less Than Gracious Losers
President-elect Donald Trump continues to assemble his cabinet and at the same time he makes his way throughout the rust belt to say thanks to the people who defied conventional wisdom to vote for him.  Supporters are optimistic and encouraged by his message to dream big...
Todd’s Take: A Veterans Day Ode To Our Commanders-In-Chief
“This book is to be neither an accusation nor a confession, and least of all an adventure, for death is not an adventure to those who stand face to face with it. It will try simply to tell of a generation of men who, even though they may have escaped shells, were destroyed by the war...
Washington State Had A Bombastic Politician Before Trump
The presidential election is finally over A lot of folks are upset over the harshness and crassness of the campaigns. It was a new low in American politics that will set the stage for all the elections that follow.
You might think Donald Trump was the first to speak his mind so bluntly, but I  recall…
More Ballots Being Counted Wednesday — No Changes Expected
Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross says more than 70 percent of county voters turned out for the presidential election on Tuesday. And that 70 percent number is expected to grow when more ballots are counted today.
Ross tells KIT News, "We're going to process more ballots in this electi…
Yakima County Commissioner Winners
In with the new and back in with the incumbent (not “old”).    Yakima County’s two commissioner races saw District #1 incumbent Mike Leita  easily win re-election with 57.4% of the vote over his challenger Eric Geary with 41.2% .  …
News Talk KIT Election Results 2016
U.S. president ( as of 8:45 a.m. Wednesday)
Donald Trump (R) -- 274 electoral votes
Hillary Clinton (D) -- 218 electoral votes
 
Washington governor
Gov,. Jay Inslee (D) -- 1,124,030
Bill Bryant (R) -- 873,686
 
U.S. Senate...
Make America Great Again – I’m With Her: Get Your Goodies Here!
What’s a presidential campaign without hats, sign, buttons and more?  How knows? We’ve never had one!  Turns out the idea of showing the world where you stand goes all the way back to George Washington himself!
Campaign buttons go all the way back to the inauguration of America's first president and …

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