President Obama once said, “Elections have consequences.”
In the glittering world of Hollywood, where truth often bends to the whims of creativity, one must ask a rather uncomfortable question: Is Quentin Tarantino a lying sleaze ball?
Political reductionism is an unfortunate burden that we all bear in our troubled times.
Editor’s note: Northwest Asian Weekly received a commentary from community member Linh Thai calling on King County Council District 8 candidate Sofia Aragon to apologize for comments she made at a recent event.
I don’t live in Seattle City Council District 2. However, I live very near Little Saigon and the Chinatown-International District (CID) and go through several times a week, especially the infamous 12th & Jackson area.
For months, perhaps years, I’ve been sounding the alarm over the increasing threats to the Chinatown-International District (CID)/Little Saigon neighborhood/community.
The article, “Parents accuse Bellevue School District of favoring rich kids in school closures” provided only one perspective on the recent school consolidations in Bellevue.
I once had a massage therapist who refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
I urge you to stand in solidarity and fight for the freedom we all deserve.
Becoming a U.S. citizen in 2004 was a significant milestone in my life, granting me the opportunity to participate in the democratic process.