The Spectator

Editorial: In Cascadia, Guns and Gays not the Same

The Spectator Staff

May 29, 2013

Whoever is putting Cascadian flags on pro-gun posters has officially seceded from reasonable dialogue. For those who haven’t seen—an unidentified group has been blanketing Capitol Hill with a variety of posters trying to link gay rights to gun rights. One poster shows a lesbian couple holding an automatic rifle with the message “Some people...

Seattle And The Superquake-We’re Screwed

Dallas Goschie, Author

November 28, 2012

It was 1980, the middle of April, when the ground started to shake. For two months, the ground around Mount St. Helens continued to intermittently rumble. Scientists monitored the situation, eventually concluding that volcanic activity was inevitable. Most people evacuated, fearing the widespread destruction that most scientists forecasted. A few, however,...

If At First You Don’t Secede… Try, Try Again

Grace Stetson, Author

November 28, 2012

What with all the hoopla leading up to the 2012 presidential election, it is difficult to believe that it’s all over now. While the results were largely met with favor in the rather liberal Capitol Hill, the outcome has caused many to utilize their First Amendment right to free speech. By Nov. 12, citizens in 20 states had filed petitions to...

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