We’d never turn our education system over to one church to run. Why are we doing it with health care?
Obama has got the familiar second-term blues — already. Second terms have become such a waste that it’s time to limit the presidency to just one.
If Seattle loses in its bid to get an NBA team Wednesday, the whole long-term plan to bring back the Sonics might collapse. Because political and public support for it sure feels a little soft around the city.
Seattle has always been don’t ask, don’t tell and definitely don’t flaunt when it comes to money. So will Chris Hansen’s brash money brawl to bring back the Sonics win over Seattle, or alienate it?
A UW chemist wanted to do air-quality monitoring on the health effects of coal trains, but couldn’t get the funding. Until he asked you.
Can’t get backing to study the health effects of coal trains? Then go rogue. A frustrated UW professor is taking his research straight to the people.
Police used bicycles as their secret weapon to defeat the May Day anarchists. So who’s laughing at Mayor McSchwinn now?
Seattle’s mistake is that we’ve been too honest and nice with the NBA. In a snake pit you’ve got to bare some fangs of your own. Chris Hansen seems to get that, but will Seattle go along?
A new bill, triggered by the case of the florist who refused to sell flowers for a gay wedding, is supposed to be about religious freedom. Instead, it reads like the return of Jim Crow.
About the last thing we need around a new basketball arena site is a version of the L.A. Live entertainment district. We don’t need to make “Sodo Live.” It already is.
Some beer makers these days are so small they’re not microbreweries, but nano- or picobreweries. Not too small, though, to be missed by the state’s huge proposed beer tax.