Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Rubio's running, Home Builders hate county land deal, and other headlines

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click to enlarge The Chairs of Politics won't fill themselves
The Chairs of Politics won't fill themselves


A Gleason for the Season 

Is Gleasonfest a celebration of renowned In Bruges character actor Brendan Gleeson? No, sadly. But here's the lineup anyway.

Especially not his LinkedIn account

Social media accounts may not be the best way to explain the motivations of a shooter, a Gonzaga professor says


Putting the Urban Growth in the Urban Growth Area
The Spokane Home Builders aren't big fans of a county deal that could, in the future, limit the number of Spokane Homes built. (Spokesman-Review)

Holey Holyk Hooey

A great Shawn Vestal column questions why investigator's statements in the Ryan Holyk case misrepresented the extent and significance of the DNA evidence. Make sure to read our coverage on the problems with the case and with the video experts that the investigators relied on. (Spokesman-Review)

A Feel-Bad Feel-Good Story
A kid in Moses Lake was the victim of a hit and run, but he got a new bike out of it. (KXLY)


Like Lyin' Ted, but, instead of Ted, Hillary. 

Tired of being gentle and demure all this time, Donald Trump really decides to let Hillary Clinton have it for things like supporting the Iraq War, the war in Libya and pulling troops out of Iraq. All things Trump himself supported at the time. (Politico)

BREAKING: Politician Breaks Promise

Marco Rubio promised, again and again and again, he wouldn't run for reelection if he lost the race for the presidency. But every time he thinks he's out, they pull him back in. (CNN)

Department of Pre-Crime

How do you stop a terrorist who hasn't broken a single law yet? Difficulty level: You have to follow the Constitution, due-process and the rule-of-law. 

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Daniel Walters

A lifelong Spokane native, staff writer Daniel Walters is the Inlander's City Hall reporter. But he also reports on a wide swath of other topics, including business, education, real estate development, land use, and other stories throughout North Idaho and Spokane County.He's reported on deep flaws in the Washington...