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Published: Wednesday, January 19, 2011, 12:01 a.m.

Your new congresscritter

It's unanimous, Congressman Harvey: A bipartisan commission met for the first time Tuesday in Olympia, tasked with setting the boundaries for the state's new 10th congressional district.

Sticking with the bipartisan spirit, the four-member board quickly decided to make the unpopulated Hanford Nuclear Reservation the new 10th district and appointed a radioactive rabbit to Congress.


Tiger by the tail: Herald Columnist Julie Muhlstein weighs in on the controversy over Yale Law School professor and self-described “Tiger Mother” Amy Chua and her views on a strict and demanding Chinese style of parenting that pushes kids to succeed but offers little praise in recognition of achievement.

You know, like grounding your kid and forbidding him from flying to Norway when he wins the Nobel Peace Prize.


Kumbaya, my lord, Kumbaya: Republicans and Democrats demonstrated restraint and civility this week. And some even plan to sit together rather than in party-bound blocs during President Obama's upcoming State of the Union speech.

Even Rep. Joe Wilson, R-Bellow, who shouted, “You lie!” at Obama during a 2009 speech before Congress, says this year he'll tone it down by yelling “I wholeheartedly disagree with the facts as you present them. Sir.”

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