The Spectator

A Political Mediation

Lukas Kret, Author

November 1, 2017

Are you free if you have to work 80 hours a week to provide food and necessities for the people who depend on you? Are you truly free if you’re living paycheck to paycheck and cannot afford to get sick because you have a pre-existing condition? These are some of the many questions that have been on my mind lately and that have been brought up by promine...

EMILY MOZZONE • THE SPECTATOR

Cities Scramble to Secure New Amazon Headquarters

October 25, 2017

Amazon and Seattle have a complex relationship. Seattle is the fastest growing city in the U.S., and Amazon has been one of t...

Evergreen Conflict Ends With Settlement and Sactions

October 11, 2017

As political tension continues to rise in the United States, the tensions between free speech, hate speech and personal safety are be...

NICK TURNER • THE SPECTATOR

Seattle Struggles with Ever-Changing Mayoral Office This Summer

October 4, 2017

Seattle will have its fourth mayor this year in November. Throughout the bizarre mayoral race of 2017, many initially thought that ...

Op-Ed: Obama’s Speech Fee

Lukas Kret, Author

May 25, 2017

The Democratic Party is severely out of touch with its’ base, and the party’s leadership continues to widen this gap through both their personal and policy decisions. The Spectator recently published an editorial which discussed the recent announcement that former President Barack Obama will be receiving $400,000 from Wall Street giant, Cantor Fitzgerald,...

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