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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 Analysis

Portland's 'autonomous zone' occupied by armed Antifa militants

The zone is in the middle of a residential street. Dozens of Portlandians are prisoners in their own homes. This "autonomous zone" is in the middle of a working class neighborhood.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 11, 2020

News, American News

Newsom's businesses rake in $3 MILLION in COVID relief funds while small businesses close

Nearly $3 million dollars in PPP funds went to companies owned by Governor Gavin Newsom, even as many small businesses did not receive funding and were forced to close.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 10, 2020

News Analysis

Proposal to legalize crime in Seattle begins the legislative process

City Council Member Lisa Herbold is looking to make all misdemeanors not just the norm, but legal.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 10, 2020

News, American News

New York lawmakers could make COVID vaccine mandatory

If not enough New Yorkers voluntarily get the COVID-19 vaccine once it is available, lawmakers are proposing mandating vaccination.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 10, 2020

News, American News

Inslee again extends COVID restrictions for Washington State

Gov. Jay Inslee announced Tuesday the extension of his coronavirus mandated restrictions, effectively cancelling Christmas, Chanukah and New Year's for Washingtonians.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 9, 2020

News, American News

Seattle City Council bypasses process to funnel tax payer dollars to political allies

Seattle City Council is using a loophole to circumvent the bidding process and appropriated 3 million dollars to "non-profit" organizations that were part of the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 9, 2020

News, American News

BREAKING: Seattle mayor will not seek re-election after disastrous year of riots

Embattled Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan announced on Monday that she will not seek re-election in 2021 after only one term in office.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 7, 2020

Opinion, News Analysis

Rep. Rashida Tlaib deletes anti Israel tweet but her history of antisemitism remains

Michigan Representative Rashida Tlaib retweeted a post for the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People calling for the destruction of the State of Israel.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 6, 2020

News, American News, #us

11-year-old boy kills himself while on virtual learning call

An 11-year-old boy tragically killed himself during online classes on Wednesday in California. His mic and camera were off, teachers and fellow students did not notice that he was gone.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 3, 2020

News, American News, #us

'Cancel everything': LA mayor enacts total shutdown

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti told Los Angelinos that "…it's time to cancel everything" as coronavirus cases continue to climb in the county.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 3, 2020

News, American News

Seattle mayor ordered homeless encampments to 'shelter in place' in city parks

During the ongoing pandemic, Seattle city parks became homeless encampments. When residents complained that they were unable to use the parks because they were occupied, the City ignored them.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 2, 2020

News Analysis

BLM has raked in billions since George Floyd's death—local chapters want to know where it's gone

Ten local chapters of the Black Lives Matter movement released a public statement outlining deficits in leadership, organization, and financial accounting of the Black Lives Matter Global Network.

Ari Hoffman / Dec 1, 2020

News, American News

Activists target Seattle area homeowners for eviction citing 'sovereign' property rights

A group of activists have been targeting residents in North Seattle area suburbs, presenting homeowners with documents, and proclaiming that they are the rightful owners of their homes.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 30, 2020

News, American News

Homeless man attempts to burn down hotel used as Seattle shelter

The hotel has become a flashpoint for controversy after the hotel was turned into a homeless shelter for more than 200 people in April.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 27, 2020

News, American News

Seattle social worker slain by client as city council further defunds police

The Seattle City Council finalized the 2020 budget, slashing another 20 percent from the police to partially redirect it for social workers to provide services to the homeless.

Ari Hoffman / Nov 25, 2020

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