It’s A New World Order for the Seattle City Council
With the dawning of a new year comes a whole new set of problems for a city to wrestle with. Raymond Murphy reports on the new district-based elections.
How Bad Does TV News Suck, Or Why Is Steve Pool Always Smiling?
Raymond Murphy opines that the fix is in on TV news.
The Past, The Present, and the Future: Hunting For Housing In Seattle
R.V. Murphy looks into the bad juju of Seattle’s current housing problems.
Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
R.V. Murphy muses on yet another panhandling proposal devised by the wealthy for the poor.
Why Did They Call It Columbus Day, Anyway?
R.V. Murphy ponders the National Enquirer and the other legacy of Generos Pope–Columbus Day.
Why Not Us, Again?
Hours before the regular season kicks off, Raymond Muprhy takes a look at the NFL Champion Seahawks and muses about the phenomenon and their chances in the coming season.
Housing: A Right, Or A Commodity? SAFE Moves Against the Banks, and the Sheriff
Raymond Murphy talks about the finer points foreclosure with two high-profile examples featuring the work of SAFE.
Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Parks For All and Proposition 1
Raymond Murphy erases graffiti to find the truth behind the new proposed Seattle Parks District ballot measure.
Kshama Sawant Has Not Brought a Plague of Locusts to Seattle
The minimum wage proves a bittersweet victory for Kshama Sawant. Raymond Murphy writes.
New Proposals, Old Transit Problems
Raymond Murphy lays out the latest in transportation jiggery-poggery from the City of Seattle.
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