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Hold the Line with Mike Solan

Mike Solan

Hold the Line with Mike Solan is an in depth long form discussion into the politics that surround and impact law enforcement. Mike Solan is a national law enforcement expert and the President of the Seattle Police Officers Guild. His reasonable approach to public safety has earned Mike accolades and the trust of law enforcement nationwide.


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Latest Episodes

In this episode, Mike lays out why recalling Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant from District #3 is vital to Seattle’s public safety. more

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Mike welcomes Andrea Suarez and Kevin Dalgren from We Heart Seattle and discusses the REAL reason there is a worsening homeless problem in Seattle and what they are personally doing to solve it. You can check out their work here: https://weheartseatt... more

2 months ago

Mike reviews the results of Seattle’s contentious 2021 elections, their impact on public safety and implications for the future. more

2 months ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 67 ratings
  • Hold the Line

    Honest, Honorable, and Ethical. Backing the Blue!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Sr. Fleo
    United States3 months ago
  • Thank You for Standing Up For Our Rights

    Our future and all the next generations depend on this moment in time. This could be the beginning of all of our end. They continue to take and take with no logical or factual reasons. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Straight forward and engaging.

    In this anti-Police, anti-American world (that a minority like to portray), it’s refreshing to hear well spoken, straight forward information. Anyone standing up to this anti-police culture to provide this information has my respect!

    Apple Podcasts
    Seattle WA USA
    United States4 months ago
  • Reasonable Balanced Conversation

    Seattle and the Pacific NW has been consumed by the unreasonalble activists. Solan is reasonable by any normal standard. It's no surprise that in the extreme left political atmosphere of Seattle, he's called an Alt-Right conspiracy theorist. Nothing could be further from the truth. The negative reviews are not about the podcast, they are comment on Solan's politics. Listen to the podcast and you'll hear a balanced REASONABLE take on public safety in the Pacific NW.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • I don’t feel safe in Seattle

    I am a white professional that has worked in down town Seattle for several years. I no longer feel safe in Seattle and it’s due to one reason; this man and his band of white suprematist SPD cops who believe it politically expedient to use violence and abuse as law enforcement. He believes he is above reproach and has an expert view of all problems and all solutions should be derived from him. This man is a menace and danger to peace loving society. We only become safer by his removal from the jo... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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