Saul Spady Show

Saul Spady Show

Haynes: Coronavirus concerns weigh on US health and economy

Concerns related to the spread of coronavirus are evident across the nation, as both Washington state and the White House look for answers.
2 years ago

Haynes: Coronavirus spurring protests, unrest across China

Hospital workers, citizens, and more have spoken out against China's handling of the mysterious coronavirus spreading across the globe.
2 years ago

Haynes: China reels as world works to stem spread of mysterious coronavirus

As China works to learn more about the spread of a mysterious coronavirus, international concern begins to grow across the globe.
2 years ago

Haynes: The world takes an ethical look at questionable China practices

The world is beginning to pay attention to China's questionable ethical practices, from espionage to so-called "re-education" camps.
2 years ago

Haynes: Democracy finally starts to take hold in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong District Council elections perfectly captured the spirit and call of the 2019 Hong Kong protests, legitimizing and sending a powerful message across the globe.
2 years ago

Haynes: Future of Hong Kong at the center of US trade war with China

As a trade war between the U.S. and China continues, the future of Hong Kong's freedom may very well hang in the balance.
2 years ago

Kent candidate: ‘We don’t have millions to throw at ineffective solutions’

Kent City Council candidate Zandria Michaud grew up in Kent and has seen the community change over the years in ways that have prompted her to run, with homelessness at the forefront.
2 years ago

Haynes: A Seattle journalist reports from Hong Kong’s battle for freedom

As someone who has a background in government policy and a journalism internship, the Hong Kong protests caught my attention almost immediately.
2 years ago

Washington Conservatives mimicking tech tactics often used by the left

Washington's Conservatives are looking to mimic tech-driven approaches to politics that left-leaning activists have often used for their campaigns.
2 years ago

The lone Conservative voice at this week’s climate change hearing in DC

Many recent headlines focused on Greta Thunberg's climate change testimony, one voice alongside her was that of Conservative Benji Backer from Washington.
2 years ago

Republican Joshua Freed steps up to challenge Jay Inslee for governor

Joshua Freed is the latest Republican running for Washington State Governor. He says he will donate his salary to charities.
2 years ago

Local artist urges Seattle voters to elect a new city council with parody video

Local artist Abby London created a video urging Seattle voters to elect a new City Council. Watch and listen to her song in the style of Paul Simon's "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover."
2 years ago

Dick’s Drive-In hires private security in face of ‘unacceptable’ public safety

Many Seattle businesses have petitioned the city regarding threats to employee and customer safety. Now, Dick's Drive-In is voicing those same concerns.
2 years ago

Millennial roundtable: Surviving Seattle’s gig economy

To many millennials, the idea of today's so-called "gig economy" is a fairly new concept, and making money outside of the normal 9-to-5 work schedule has never been easier... or has it?
2 years ago

As Seattle’s music scene struggles, Capitol Hill Block Party looks for solutions

With many venues and festivals in the region being forced to close down in recent years, Capitol Hill Block Party has managed to persist, with a focus on booking some of the Pacific Northwest's biggest talent.
2 years ago

Millennial roundtable: Will millennials use driverless cars? Public transit?

Like it or not, transportation is evolving in the United States with carshare, mass transit, scooters, and driverless cars. Which will millennials prefer?
2 years ago

Candidate Isabelle Kerner hopes to combat homelessness with cargo containers, work

Council candidate Isabelle Kerner is putting homelessness at the forefront of her District 7 campaign, but is offering solutions that go to into a bit more detail than your average candidate.
2 years ago

King Co. Council candidate: We’re throwing money at homelessness without helping

King County council candidate Michael Neher is hoping to distinguish himself by bringing the issue of public safety and homeless to the fore.
2 years ago

Seattle vs LA: Observations on the homelessness crisis

She grew up in Western Washington, but makes a living in LA. Tiffany offers her observations of the homelessness crisis in Seattle and Los Angeles.
2 years ago

Tim Eyman on why Initiative 1648 limiting tax hikes is getting traction

It's rare to hear about an initiative that would actually limit Washington's tax increases, instead of raising them. But that's what Initiative 1648 aims to do, and it's gaining traction.
2 years ago

Council candidate: Local agencies drawing dissatisfied cops from Seattle

Former police officer and Seattle city council candidate Brendan Kolding says local agencies are drawing dissatisfied cops from Seattle.
2 years ago

Seattle, FBI investigating anti-Semitic threats against council candidate Ari Hoffman

The FBI and Seattle police are investigating online threats against Seattle City Council candidate Ari Hoffman.
2 years ago

City council candidate: ‘Everyone thinks the city just wastes money’

The perception that the city is wasting tax dollars and unfriendly to business has grown over the years, and it's precipitated numerous council candidates to enter the fray, including Seattle City Council Candidate Gene Burrus, running for the District 7 seat.
2 years ago

Council candidate says homeless crisis is harming Seattle environment

Seattle City Council candidate Ann Davison Satler says the homelessness crisis has a byproduct that no one is discussing -- the environment.
2 years ago