Week in Review: Friday, September 22, 2017
Bill apologizes to listeners for our interview with the man from this week's viral Seattle-Nazi-gets-punched video, and we look for the lessons. (see the video and read the transcript)
Seattle gets a new temporary mayor, and the race to replace Eastside Congressman Dave Reichert gets a well-known Republican challenger.
Seattle Seahawks lineman Michael Bennett takes his protest over America's racial inequities from the pre-game anthem ceremony to the field.
And a new Seattle startup wants to help you buy a house, as long as you cut them in on some Airbnb action.
Get caught up on the news:
- Seattle Times: Seattle City Council picks Tim Burgess to replace Bruce Harrell as temporary mayor
- Seattle Times: Swastika-wearing man punched on Seattle street, removes swastika, police say
- New York Times: A down payment with a catch: You must be an Airbnb host
Our panel this week:
Joni Balter @jbalter, host of Seattle Channel's Civic Cocktail
Dave Ross @thedaveross, host of Seattle's Morning News on KIRO Radio
Rob McKenna @robmckenna, former Washington State Attorney General