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FOR SOME REASON, especially in recent months, there has been a sea of change in how the Seattle Police Department handles crowds of people—particularly young… Continue reading
A COUPLE MONTHS ago, I was lunching with a Democratic state representative who shall remain nameless but who is fairly moderate (i.e., from a non-Seattle… Continue reading
Tim Eyman, the initiative guru liberals love to hate, is back. After a lackluster 2004, during which he backed a failed gambling measure that was… Continue reading
Activist Glenn Milner's quiet campaign to educate high school students about alternatives to the military yields astonishing results.
Editor's note: The following e-mail was intercepted by a National Security Agency data-mining program. After a delay of several days while intelligence analysts tried to… Continue reading
I HAVE JUST RETURNED from Aaron Roberts' funeral.The service was held three blocks from my home. Several hundred people packed the New Hope Baptist Church.… Continue reading
Washington will be the next big battleground for gay marriage.It was here and gone, one day's newspaper headline, but last week's Thurston County Superior Court… Continue reading
Once again, residents of an aggrieved Seattle neighborhood are facing off against a city bureaucracy.
Why I sold my house and am happy to be renting again. Seriously.
Alternative media at the WTO.
Last week, liberal, atheistic Seattle finally joined in the important debate over President Bush's "Faith-Based Initiative." At UW's Evans School, a public forum asked good… Continue reading
This week, demonstrators gather in Los Angeles to protest the Democratic National Convention and the coronation of Al Gore. Protesters come with myriad issues, which… Continue reading
Excuse me while I barf. I'm in no mood to join the joyful eulogies upon the passing of Ronald Reagan—remembrances that prove, once again, the… Continue reading