Publications

August 8, 2012

We Were Right About Harbor Maintenance Tax Diversion!

Is there any better feeling in the world than being right about something? My wife will no longer tell me “you were right” because I immediately start gloating: shouting “whoo-hoo” and doing some sort of weird victory dance that’s a mix of the Twist and someone falling down the stairs. …

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June 26, 2012

Could Panama Canal Expansion Be A Good Thing For Puget Sound Ports?

You know when you’re watching television and a teaser commercial for the evening news comes on? It’s usually something like “Is Your Dog Trying to Kill You? Answer At 11!” And then you watch the news and they say “Well, no. But one dog did attack a cat recently.” That’s …

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August 19, 2011

Paying for the Competition to Compete with You

Every so often, an industry will decide that some of its stakeholders will need to pay more than their fair share for the greater good. The Seattle Times was very familiar with that concept, until it finally got rid of its Joint Operating Agreement with the Seattle P-I. The New …

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