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Today in Police Violence

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On December 7, 2014
Seattle cop handcuffs a drunk black woman and throws her in the back of a police car. She tries to kick at him. He punches her in the face and breaks her orbital bone. Seattle’s city attorney urges charges to be pressed as the cop committed a clear felony. King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg refuses. […]
I guess I’m not convinced by Amanda’s criticism of Benjamin Dueholm’s article on Dan Savage: You can criticize Savage for being wrong or being sexist at times, but generally speaking, he’s trying to create an ethical system that’s anti-patriarchal not to fill a void, but because he believes that the old patriarchy was evil and […]

Off to Seattle…

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On May 7, 2009
All, I am off to Seattle for a week, and aside from a couple of preset posts will be taking a break from blogging until Saturday, May 16. Until then Charli Carpenter of Duck of Minerva will be filling in. Give her a warm welcome…

The Viaduct

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On October 7, 2008

Erik Loomis makes a stalwart defense of Seattle’s Alaska Way Viaduct, recently named the Worst Freeway in America: The road sucks in a lot of ways. A big earthquake would remind us all of the Ba

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