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  • environmentalist

    How conservatives are environmentalists in their own way

    Todd Myers with the Washington Policy Center joined The Saul Spady Show to discuss the conservative viewpoint on environmentalism.
  • Seattle city council

    Seattle council candidate Sattler: ‘Listen and respond to constituents’

    Following a viral video of a commenter at a Seattle City Council meeting, council candidate Ann Davison Sattler is pushing for members to be more responsive and attentive to constituents.
  • College classroom

    Casey: Why Washington state’s free college proposal is deeply flawed

    Getting an education may be a right, but going to college isn’t. That being said, a proposed free college program for low-income students doesn't seem to recognize that fact.
  • Tacoma teacher responds to white supremacist allegation after op-ed

    Tacoma history teacher Mike Jankanish has come under fire for an op-ed he wrote arguing that diversity education is divisive education.
  • CBD

    Entrepreneur of the Week: Skyler Bissell and OLEO CBD products

    Skyler Bissell is a Seattle entrepreneur on a mission to make CBD products more convenient to use by making flavored powders for drinks.
  • Millennial Republican

    Spady: We need to create the Millennial Republican Party

    It is time for a Millennial Republican Party to take over, especially if Washington state is going to force voters to pick a party. It's time for a party that will work with others.
  • Kaepernick, national anthem

    Spady: Standing or not standing for the anthem does not define your morality

    I gave a speech recently at a college debate between Democrat and Republican students. I didn't plan on talking about kneeling during the National Anthem. But it seemed appropriate.
  • kombucha, bucha belly

    Spady: 26-year-old Ryan Strandin has never had to make a resume

    Ryan Strandin started Bucha Belly to deliver kombucha in the same manner that milk delivery services once did for neighborhoods.
  • Logan Bowers

    Kshama Sawant council challenger Logan Bowers aspires for ‘world-class city’

    From Seattle's housing crisis, to climate change, District 3 city council candidate Logan Bowers has big plans for the city should he beat out incumbent Kshama Sawant.
  • Stone N' Seed

    Seattle entrepreneur: Jordan Frager with Stone N’ Seed wearable art

    Jordan Frager had a side gig that turned into a full-time job -- Stone N’ Seed wearable art. He forages the beautiful Puget Sound region for rocks, stones, and minerals and turns them into jewelry.
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