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The Podcast for the Common Good

Welcome to the Common Good podcast. As our city and region have grown exponentially our social fabric and connective tissue have not kept up and in some case is eroding. We believe that sharing moving and inspirational stories and conversations of our residents, politicians, activists, athletes and artists is a necessary way to foster relationships between people of all backgrounds and beliefs so we can work together to build the common good.

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Episode 29: Bart Wiley

Oct 11, 2021

Episode 29: Bart Wiley

Tim spoke with Bart Wiley. Bart Wiley first started working for the Sounders in 2001, predating even majority owner Adrian Hanauer. Bart Wiley was a trusted advisor, executive for the past two decades for the Seattle Sounders. He helped to build Seattle Sounders FC into the community asset the club has become. He shared with us his life with the Sounders and the next chapter in his life.
Episode 28: Kathy Lambert

Oct 4, 2021

Episode 28: Kathy Lambert

Tim interviewed Kathy Lambert a member of the King County Council in Washington, representing District 3. She is running for re-election to the King County Council to represent District 3 in Washington.
Episode 27: Ann Davison

Sep 27, 2021

Episode 27: Ann Davison

Tim spoke today with Ann Davison who is running for Seattle city Attorney. She shared with us her view of the city and goals. She pointed out her differences with her opponent Nicole Thomas-Kennedy. She talked about her campaign and what she would do on day one if she wins the election.
Episode 26: Jon Scholes

Sep 20, 2021

Episode 26: Jon Scholes

A special two part podcast with Jon Scholes, President and CEO of the Downtown Seattle Association. In the first session, Tim and Jon discussed the latest about Compassionate Seattle and a judge ruling that might disqualify them to be in the ballots in November. Secondly, Jon provides an update on an emergency motion of appeal for the Compassion Seattle charter amendment.
Episode 25: Lt. Jason "Jay" Redman and Hayoon Malrkzas

Aug 30, 2021

Episode 25: Lt. Jason "Jay" Redman and Hayoon Malrkzas

Today on the podcast, Tim, spoke with Lt. Jason "Jay" Redman, who spent eleven years as an enlisted Navy SEAL and ten years as a SEAL Officer. The topic was the situation in Afghanistan. We also spoke with Hayoon Malrkzas, he is from Afghanistan, and just moved to Seattle a year ago.
Episode 24: Bishop Daniel Henry Mueggenborg

Aug 23, 2021

Episode 24: Bishop Daniel Henry Mueggenborg

Today Tim spoke with Seattle Bishop Daniel H. Mueggenborg. He shared with us a little bit of his life and journey to become a Bishop. Also, his thoughts on Christianity today in Seattle. And told us that he will be leaving us soon because the pope just named him the new Bishop of Reno, USA.
Episode 23: Shlomi Kofman

Aug 16, 2021

Episode 23: Shlomi Kofman

Today on the podcast we had Shlomi Kofman, Consulate General of Israel in the Pacific Northwest Region. It was a riveting conversation about the relationship between Israel and the United States. Mr. Kofman also spoke about the Jewish/ Israeli community in Seattle. And at the end told us all the beautiful things about Israel that make it such an amazing country and invited our audience to visit such a beautiful county.
Episode 22: Tim Burgess

Aug 9, 2021

Episode 22: Tim Burgess

Tim spoked today with Former Mayor of Seattle and City Councilmember Tim Burgess about the latest surge in violence in the city of Seattle.

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