Opinion

Isn't It Weird That...

Some weird things we noticed about Denny Heck, the state senate, and the state supreme court.

01/08/2013 By Josh Feit

Opinion

Don't Talk Like an Elephant

Democrats should stop affirming the GOP message.

01/08/2013 By Brendan Williams

Opinion

The Post Gay-Marriage Democratic Party: A Little Lost

The latest Elway Poll shows that voters agree with GOP frame on state government.

01/08/2013 By Josh Feit

Opinion

Xmas Stocking Analysis

What they want for Xmas vs. what they're going to get.

12/21/2012 By Josh Feit

Opinion

The Economics of Clean Energy

PubliCola exclusive: Governor-Elect Jay Inslee outlines his environmental agenda.

12/11/2012 By Governor-Elect Jay Inslee

Opinion

The Case for District Elections

Two advocates make the case for electing most of Seattle's city council by district, rather than the current at-large system.

10/23/2012 By Janine Blaeloch and Yusuf Cabdi

Opinion

Charter Schools Will Help Struggling Students

In a guest Cola op-ed, the manager of the Black Education Strategy Roundtable argues that charter schools are public schools.

10/10/2012 By Rosalund Jenkins

Opinion

All Eyes on Seattle

The battle over tunnel costs can play out two ways. Neither is good for Seattle.

10/05/2012 By Josh Feit

Opinion

It’s Time to Invest in a Public School in Downtown Seattle

The Downtown Seattle Association argues that it's time for the school district to invest in a public school downtown.

10/05/2012 By Jon Scholes

Opinion

Our Public School Kids Deserve Better than I-1240

In a guest op/ed, former state senator Brendan Williams (D-22) calls the charter-school initiative "a social science experiment funded by the 1% that the 99% will ultimately pay for,"

10/03/2012 By Brendan Williams

Opinion

More Bad Polling News for Rob McKenna

Will Obama's popularity in King County dash McKenna's chances for an upset in Democratic turf?

10/03/2012 By Sandeep Kaushik

Opinion

McKenna is Wrong to Ignore Framers' Clear Intent

Perkins Coie attorney David Perez takes on AG Rob McKenna re: Eyman's two-thirds rule.

10/03/2012 By David Perez

Opinion

Unsolved Mystery

Why has Inslee established a consistent lead in the governor's race?

10/02/2012 By Sandeep Kaushik

Opinion

Seattle Times Ineptly Defends Two-Thirds Rule

The Seattle Times' anti-tax pathology blurs their thinking on Eyman rule.

10/01/2012 By Josh Feit

Opinion

Rob McKenna is Not Who the Democrats Say He Is

Latest anti-McKenna ad relies on lazy stereotyping.

10/01/2012 By Josh Feit

Opinion

The Affordable Housing Purity Test

Believing that market forces impact housing prices doesn't make you a Republican, density advocate Roger Valdez argues. Image via Richard Conlin's city of Seattle website.

10/01/2012 By Roger Valdez

Opinion

Affordable Housing Incentives: Why Housing Prices Aren't the Whole Story

Instead of lowering housing prices, we need to lower housing costs, argues urbanism advocate Roger Valdez.

09/25/2012 By Roger Valdez

Opinion

Rob McKenna Squanders Good Relations with Media

Unlike most Republicans, McKenna had the media in his corner. No more.

09/21/2012 By Josh Feit