David Boze

David Boze is talk radio host on AM 770 KTTH in Seattle and the author of The Little Red Book of Obamunism.

Seattle’s Big Dig Still Isn’t Digging

 

Look on the bright side, Seattle! If the big-bore tunnel to replace highway 99 has to be scrapped, the cement-reinforced completed remnant may make a perfect bomb shelter should North Korea’s mad dough-boy of a dictator ever act on his threats to bomb the West Coast. I know it’s not much, but it’s the best […]

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The Death Star Is in Seattle

 

When Shell Oil’s massive arctic drill rig, the Polar Pioneer, floated toward the Port of Seattle’s Terminal Five on May 16, Seattle’s former mayor, Mike McGinn tweeted, “It’s like the deathstar landed in Seattle.” Based on the reactions of his fellow army of “kayaktivists,” he was not alone in that feeling. Kayaktivists is name given […]

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Megyn Kelly Asked the Wrong Question

 

For more than a week now, political pundits have been obsessing over how Jeb Bush answered one question from Megyn Kelly. More precisely, they’ve been obsessing over how Jeb Bush answered a question that Megyn Kelly didn’t ask. Kelly asked, “Knowing what we know now, would you have authorized the invasion [of Iraq]?” But Bush […]

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The Naked Obamunists

 

“It seems a little idiotic to me.” Those were the words of Seattle City Councilman Bruce Harrell at a hearing discussing the aftermath of the Seattle May Day riots. The words were greeted with a great howl of laughter and applause from the assembled audience. Harrell wasn’t castigating the black-clad vandals that delayed traffic, vandalized […]

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Belated Happy Mother’s Day, Stepmoms

 

My mother left when I was nine years old. From then on, we were raised by my dad and when he got remarried a couple years later, by my stepmom. We were supposed to visit mom every other week, but it didn’t work out that way. It didn’t matter much. Growing up is done in […]

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The Latest in Blockbuster Messaging

 

Comics have always had messages in them. Some were simple, healthy, nonpartisan and noncontroversial, like “Crime does not pay.” But ever since I was a boy and I picked up my copy of Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spiderman Issue #71, “With this Gun…” I’ve made it a point to observe what messages, if any, are […]

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Watch Us Peacefully Riot!

 

Imagine a Tea Party rally that ended in violence, with wrenches being thrown at police officers and widespread vandalism. Actually, you don’t have to imagine. The liberal media and the social left do that for you. Recall their wild concern over Sarah Palin’s use of political “cross-hairs” despite the fact that such imagery has been […]

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Hillary’s Appearance Is Fair Game

 

At the White House Correspondents’ dinner, Saturday Night Live’s Cecily Strong asked all media attendees to raise their hands and pledge that they would “solemnly swear not to talk about Hillary’s appearance because that is not journalism.” It was a joke but also something more. It was part of a growing multitude of demands made […]

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Doctor Carson Goes to Detroit

 

On May 4, when Dr. Ben Carson walks to the stage of the Detroit Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, he will likely be thinking about the principles that made this country great, about the financial and moral dangers our country is in, and about the rise of our adversaries around the globe including […]

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Hillary’s Seinfeld Moment

 

What does it mean to be “Ready for Hillary”? Prior to the release of Hillary Clinton’s announcement video, “Getting Started,” that answer has largely been a vague feeling that Hillary would make a great president because she’s a woman who has held three important job titles and she has traveled a lot. It turns out […]

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