It’s tough for a lot of his foes to admit. But Rodney Tom, the Democrat who turned on his own party, is the big winner in Olympia politics this year.
While a built-in GPS system appeared to find Andy Denzel’s stolen iPad, the technology only led the frustrated firefighter down a legal rabbit hole.
Why are the French letting disgraced Seattle developer Michael Mastro get away with it? Maybe we just don’t get French justice.
Before pot was legal, you were three to four times more likely to be arrested for having it if you’re black. We ended that embarrassment by legalizing pot, but that only skirted the real problem.
Shootings and gang violence are on the rise in a tale of two cities.
Think the collapse of the bridge on Interstate 5 might nudge the Legislature into spending more money on fixing up our aging roads and bridges? Think again.
There’s nothing good about a bridge collapse. Only this one might snap us out of our recession-induced political torpor.
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.