Ari Hoffman

Ari is the associate editor and Seattle correspondent of The Post Millenial. He is also the host of The Ari Hoffman Show on Talk Radio 570 KVI



Articles/Stories written by Ari Hoffman: 1054

PAWSHANK REDEMPTION: $125,000 settlement reached in government's multi-year legal battle against tabby cat

"The county indicated to me that Miska was a known 'terror cat' and this made me wonder is Miska a member of Al-Cat-a."

Seattle school announces '10 day' return to masking to 'stop the spread'

"They’ve cancelled most events yet are still going ahead with the superintendent’s in-person retirement party on 6/16."

Georgia breaks early voting records despite Democrat 'voter suppression’ conspiracies

The numbers have outstripped those of the 2020 presidential election by 156 percent, despite election officials at the time encouraging early and mail-in voting to decrease crowd size during the pandemic.

REVEALED: Buffalo mass shooting suspect once wore hazmat suit to school due to COVID panic

"He wore the entire suit: boots, gloves, everything."

BREAKING: PA GOP Senate primary too close to call, may go to recount

According to Pennsylvania state law, an automatic recount is required for statewide races that are within .5 percent of the total vote.

BREAKING: Rep. Madison Cawthorn concedes Republican primary to challenger Chuck Edwards

The 26-year-old representative faced a growing amount of negative press which Cawthorn claimed was a "coordinated strike from members of my own party colluding with the media."

BREAKING: Doug Mastriano projected to win PA GOP gubernatorial nomination

He will go on to face off against the state's Attorney General Josh Shapiro in the general election in November after being endorsed by former President Donald Trump.

Jordan Peterson takes a break from Twitter: It's 'maddening us all'

"I told my staff to change my password, to keep me from temptation, and am departing once again. If I have something to say I'll write an article or make a video."

Biden admin encountered 234,000 illegal migrants at US-Mexico border in April— highest total in DHS history

The new number surpassed March’s 22-year high of over 221,000, is the highest monthly total in DHS history and a 30 percent increase over April 2021.

Jacob Blake quietly drops civil rights lawsuit against exonerated Wisconsin officer who shot him

According to court records, the attorneys for the two men filed notice on Friday that they had agreed to dismiss the case with prejudice, which means Blake can’t refile it in the future.

16-year-old boy shot and killed at Millennium Park, Chicago police declare riot

16-year-old Seandell Holliday was shot during a gathering inside the park and was taken to Lurie Children’s Hospital in critical condition, but later died from his injuries.

California rejects plans to alleviate ongoing drought with desalination plant

California has spent the majority of the last 15 years in drought conditions. This year, 95 percent of the state is classified as in severe drought.

Rand Paul holds up $40 billion foreign aid package to Ukraine until financial oversight included

Paul is demanding that the legislation be altered to require an inspector general to oversee spending for Ukraine and without his consent, the Senate must follow a lengthy process stipulated by the chamber's rules. Paul also objected to the amount of spending proposed.

Masks will be required at Pittsburgh Public Schools beginning Friday

The majority of parents and community members on the thread slammed the decision. Only a few hours earlier, Allgheny County was at the LOW Community Level.

Activists guarantee that Seattle's 'homeless crisis' will not be solved

Some have even accused the city agencies of enabling the campers. Brand new tents are frequently found several blocks away from an encampment that is scheduled to be cleared, stocked, and ready to go.