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A friend of mine founded and ran a successful small business, employing 100 people. Recently, he sold his interest, and he is using his new… Continue reading
News events of note for the week of Jan. 25-31.
Anci Koppel would have objected to being compared with royalty. She didn't have a nonegalitarian bone in her body—politically, that is. But Anci, in her… Continue reading
Comforting the afflicted, afflicting the comfortable: A local Woman in Black explains herself.
Seattle Weekly's choices for the Nov. 5 general election ballot.
Mar. 2-8, 2005
* In curling.
A mere state championship will have to suffice for nationally overrated Rainier Beach High School.
Calling high-tech "libertarians" on their lack of conscience.
We've all had it: the sickening feeling that comes as you realize that instead of zipping across I-90 in minutes, your impulsive highway choice means… Continue reading
It's something of a stretch to proclaim Karl Rove, the Machiavellian political adviser to President Bush, innocent. But in this case, he just might be.… Continue reading
The roadside bomb has mass appeal among insurgents and is having a massive impact.
The Civic Foundation is plagued by debts and poor election prospects.
IF I HAD A BILLION dollars, I could have bought a lot of groceries. Bags and bags and bags of them. In fact, I was… Continue reading
So "pedophile" is the new hip buzzword. Great. It's curious that whenever conservatives run the world, we're all encouraged to think in the safety of… Continue reading