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October 23, 2014 at 4:41 PM

Proposition 1A: A ‘bait and switch’ by its backers

The backers of Proposition 1A cannot see the contradictions in their own advertising [“Seattle Prop 1B’s design get city’s youngest citizens off to best start,” Opinion, Oct. 20]. The top of a recent flyer reads: “Research shows retaining experienced teachers is critical to early childhood brain development.” Below is this sentence: “But Proposition…


Comments | More in Education | Topics: education, Michael W. Shurgot, preschool

June 9, 2014 at 12:49 PM

SPU shooting: Outlaw gun ownership

So supporters of one interpretation of the Second Amendment believe that we need guns because the Founding Fathers thought we needed to defend ourselves against a tyrannous government [“Join the NRA; The role of state militias,” Northwest Voices, June 8]. Wrong. Once again, this time at Seattle Pacific University, we learn that we need…


Comments | More in Seattle Pacific University shootings | Topics: gun control, gun rights, Michael W. Shurgot

April 17, 2014 at 6:31 AM

King County Prop. 1: While buses are valued, we can’t afford more taxes and fees

Lurking within the current debate about Proposition 1 for Metro and roads funding is a significant irony [“King County Metro Transit still has work to do; vote no on Prop. 1,” Opinion, April 7]. Backers of Proposition 1 are right that seniors rely on the bus for most transportation around Seattle. While we, my…


Comments | More in Metro | Topics: metro, Michael W. Shurgot, Proposition 1