David Boze

David Boze is the Communications Director at Washington Policy Center. He formerly hosted a talk show on KTTH. He enjoys hunting big game and attending the Seattle Symphony.

David Boze: I applaud Tacoma parks for banning ‘walled structures’

Good for the City of Tacoma for banning "walled structures" -- including tents and other homeless encampments -- in all Tacoma parks.
2 years ago

David Boze: The good, the bad, and ridiculous new laws in Washington

David Boze goes over the new laws going into effect New Year's Day in Washington -- and how they will affect you and your family.
2 years ago

Dave Boze: No on I-976 campaign forgets how popular $30 tabs are

The No on I-976 campaign seems to be trying to make the initiative synonymous with Tim Eyman -- but it forgets how tax-weary everyone is.
2 years ago

Dave Boze: Cancel culture warriors who tear down Caffe Vita should look in mirror

The people who are quick to condemn Caffe Vita on social media should take a look at their own lives and what they do for the homeless.
2 years ago

Dave Boze: Thanks Philly, for bringing consumption site discussion back

Due to a federal court ruling in Philadelphia, the supervised consumption site debate is back at the forefront of Seattle politics.
2 years ago

Dave Boze: Hoping Supreme Court finally holds Sound Transit accountable

The car tab battle is not over -- Sound Transit faces a lawsuit against its illegal vehicle value calculation in the Washington State Supreme Court.
2 years ago

Boze: What should a new Seattle flag look like?

The Seattle Times asked readers how a new Seattle flag should be designed. David Boze shares what he thinks should symbolize the Emerald City.
2 years ago

David Boze: Why other cities don’t want to be Seattle in 2019

A New York Times editorial claims other cities don't want to become Seattle in the new year. Here's why this is true.
3 years ago

David Boze: Good news that Seattle police contract makes firing cops harder

Seattle police finally have a new contract. Activists are mad that it will be more difficult to fire police officers, but they aren't stopping to realize just how difficult an officer's job is every single day.
3 years ago

David Boze: ‘Tolerant’ Seattleites bully Christopher Rufo out of council race

Christopher Rufo started a council campaign to give Ballard residents an alternative to the status quo. Now the people who claim to be the most tolerant have prevented free speech by forcing Rufo out of the race with threats of sexual violence and racist insults against his family members.
3 years ago

David Boze: When will Antifa notice they are the real fascists?

Antifa claims to stand against fascism. Yet with another violent Antifa clash in Portland this past weekend, David Boze notices some famous figures Antifa seems to resemble.
3 years ago

Boze: Good job Puyallup, Auburn for using tough love on homeless camps

Cheers to Puyallup and Auburn for taking a 'tough love' approach with homeless camps that does not degrade or devalue people by allowing them to pitch tents and live on the street.
3 years ago

David Boze announces he’s leaving KTTH

I leave the station I helped found in the hands of a great company and good people. I am incredibly grateful for the loyalty and kindness of my listeners.
6 years ago

Oregon shooter’s father should ask more questions

Oregon shooter's father says "guns are killers. It's black and white." Nonsense. Guns are tools and people use them according to their will.
6 years ago

Open letter to Trump fans

An open letter to Trump fans upset that I've been critical of him (originally posted as a response to "James" on Facebook & slightly modified).
6 years ago

Who won the Republican debate?

David Boze breaks down the GOP debate Wednesday night, picking the winners, losers, and weighing in on the highlights.
6 years ago

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation exceeds expectations

Fast and Furious isn't the only film franchise getting better with age. "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation" is easily the best action film of the summer with relentless pacing, a charismatic cast, and spectacular stunts galore that will keep you happily glued to your seat.
6 years ago

Racism has nothing to do with Seattle’s public pot laws

Police issued 85 tickets, each of which carry a $27 penalty from July 1, 2014 through the end of the year. Black men represent 27 percent of the tickets issued.
6 years ago

Trump wants chump

It's no secret that I oppose the Trump presidential run and it's not solely because he has the tact of a wrecking ball. And it's not because he refuses to yield to the PC language police. It's because of where he stands and were he has stood (these places are related) on a number of issues that I have detailed many times, often in Trump's own words.
6 years ago

‘Terminator: Genisys’ is good, but not a classic

"Terminator: Genisys" won't be a classic, but is far better than other recent Terminator additions. At the very least, it's worth spending time in an air-conditioned theater.
6 years ago

Graduates, you are not the future; Your parents are your future

Despite what they are told, new graduates are not our future. We're still writing that for ourselves just as students are.
6 years ago

Why not put Costco in charge of TSA security?

Leaving Costco reminds me of Checkpoint Charlie but without the machine guns.
6 years ago

Media forces Jeb Bush to throw his brother under the bus

For more than a week now, political pundits have been obsessing over how Jeb Bush answered one question from Megyn Kelly.
7 years ago

Mad Max: Overheated

"Mad Max: Fury Road," the direct sequel to the Road Warrior series immortalized by Mel Gibson and George Miller, is not a reboot, but a recasting.
7 years ago