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Jason Rantz: Why it's time to start following the Seattle Sounders

Seattle fans clearly aren't afraid to jump on the bandwagon when a local team gets hot. The last few will they-won't-they Mariners games saw huge crowds at Safeco, and now another local team is demanding attention.

Ironic that activists are mad about Seattle Police's use of 'team sport' language

An internal memo was sent last week to the East Precinct staff of the Seattle Police Department, and it's got the typical anti-cop activists up in arms. But this time the question is: Do they have a point?

I-594 campaign releasing misleading ads

There are a couple ads coming out of the 594 camp that are very, very misleading.

Banned Seattle author defends 'Art of Racing in the Rain'

Seattle author Garth Stein has a new distinction to add to his resume: his best selling book "The Art of Racing in the Rain" has been banned by a Texas high school.

Kshama Sawant: The way City of Seattle runs is often not in the interest of the majority

Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant says she doesn't find it that unusual that no other councilmembers supporter her proposal to review Seattle City Light's rate structure, which she says unfairly charges residents more than big business.

Rantz job advice: Don't be an idiot*

Need help getting a job? Not too be too blunt, but the best advice to get a job is not to be an idiot.

I-594 cites bad example for what universal gun background checks can achieve

I got a press release from the I-594 campaign and it was highlighting a news story that appeared in the SeattlePI this week about a felon who was caught selling guns illegally online.

Paternalistic Seattle City Council may kill affordable housing solution

If you want to continue to see paternalism at its worst and most illogical, you usually only have to wait for a Seattle City Council committee meeting.

Why steal spots for cars on Seattle's PARking Day?

With parking already so difficult to come by, not everyone is pleased with the coming Seattle's annual PARKing Day which this year is turning a record 50 car parking spots into little public parklets for a day.

It's too early to call the Second Avenue bike lanes a success

KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz says people declaring victory on success of the new bike lanes in downtown Seattle should take a real look at it over the long term.

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