John Carlson hosts a morning drive show on AM 570 KVI. He is a co-founder and former president of the Washington Policy Center in Seattle.
The Washington Legislature is worrying about people using tobacco. Not heroin. Why?
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Higher taxes don't necessarily mean more revenue.
If he can withstand the nastiness, Schultz could pull the Democratic party back from the left and force it to the center.
What a new poll shows about the city's chilled relationship with biking.
The tax-happy Washington governor should think twice if he wants to be elected president.