Yes, the Seattle Times editorial board and I agree about something tax related. They support federal legislation that would allow states to collect sales tax from out-of-state sellers, and I support such legislation. Though it's important to note that they make no mention about the potential burden on truly small businesses, because unlike me, they apparently don't give a shit about truly small businesses.
That said, don't notch their editorial as an endorsement for raising taxes. As the editors point out, this is about collecting a tax—the existing "use tax"—that in-state customers already owe on out-of-state purchases.
So now that we're in agreement on collecting the regressive sales tax that's already in place, perhaps the Seattle Times can join me in responsibly advocating for some progressive taxation?