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Ari Hoffman

Ari is the associate editor and Seattle correspondent of The Post Millenial. He is also the host of The Ari Hoffman Show on Talk Radio 570 KVI

News, American News

Hollywood celebrities exempt from California lockdown orders

Newsom’s office said that the order would not apply to workers in the entertainment industry, saying those workers were deemed "essential."

Ari Hoffman / Nov 23, 2020

News, American News

Gavin Newsom orders statewide curfew in California

Today, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered a statewide curfew for California to combat spiking coronavirus numbers even though California's 4.6% positive infection rate remains lower than the 9.8% positivity rate across the U.S. as a whole.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 20, 2020

News Analysis

Seattle to allow a 'community panel' to determine sentencing for criminals

Instead of facing a judge or jury, an accused will be offered an alternative where a non-profit community panel will decide how they are to be held accountable for their crime.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 18, 2020

Opinion, Culture

Baby Yoda's 'egg eating' causes liberal consternation

Liberals freaked out over Baby Yoda's eating eggs, because eating eggs, apparently, just isn't very nice.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 18, 2020

Culture

CNN's Amanpour apologizes for likening Trump's presidency to Kristallnacht

On that night, the Nazis killed at least 91 people and vandalized 7,500 Jewish businesses. They also burned more than 1,400 synagogues.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 18, 2020

News Analysis

Governor of Washington enacts strict lockdown orders starting Monday

Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced new restrictions in response to rising cases of the coronavirus in Washington State.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 16, 2020

News Analysis

Seattle BLM activist arrested for arson and burglary

A 21-year-old BLM activist was arrested for arson and burglary, after she broke into seven homes in the affluent Leschi neighborhood of Seattle and attempted to light them on fire.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 12, 2020

News Analysis

DC Mayor breaks with her own travel restrictions to celebrate with Biden in Delaware

The trip, which comes as the mayor discourages interstate travel because of spikes of cases in the surrounding area, prompted criticism from residents and questions from reporters.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 11, 2020

News Analysis

Two sheriff's deputies shot near Seattle

A suspected car thief was fatally shot at an apartment complex after he allegedly opened fire on two King County Sheriff's Office deputies, who returned fire, killing the suspect.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 10, 2020

News Analysis

Man shot at Biden celebration in Seattle prevented from getting life saving care by activists who taunted first responders

Early Sunday morning, Seattle reached a grim milestone of its 50th homicide in 2020, this time near a victory celebration for Joe Biden in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 10, 2020

News Analysis

Voting systems in key states known to be rife with problems and backed by Democrat lobbyists

New electronic voting systems in key swing states had known flaws and a history of Democrat lobbyists.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 9, 2020

American News, News Analysis

Dems plot mass migration to Georgia to take advantage of runoff election

Two senate races in Georgia are likely headed for run-off elections on January 5 because so far none of the candidates received above 50 percent of the vote.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 7, 2020

News Analysis

Washington Governor Inslee revealed to have sent COVID patients into nursing homes

Washington State sent COVID patients to nursing homes to "…create capacity for hospitals" during the initial outbreak.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 6, 2020

News Analysis

Washington State knows how rife with fraud mail-in balloting can be

Pundits and politicians have been pointing to Washington State as a model of why mail-in balloting works, while ignoring the major flaws in the system that are well known to Washington voters.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 5, 2020

News, American News

Oregon decriminalizes all drugs for personal use

Oregon became the first state in the union to decriminalize possession of small amounts of hard drugs such as heroin, cocaine, LSD.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 4, 2020

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