John Carlson analyzes the 55% ‘no’ vote against the big 10-year tax plan to avoid Metro bus service cuts and the campaign tactics that failed for the ‘yes’ campaign. One caller chides people who voted against it and Carlson responds.
They are fathers and mothers…husbands, wives, brothers and sisters. Most important, they are heroes, often oceans apart from those who love them most. They are the men and women of the military, courageous and committed. The depth of their sacrifice cannot be measured.
A KVI caller who says he’s a Metro bus driver blames John Carlson for the ‘no’ vote that prevents the $1.5 billion car tab and sales tax hike. John Carlson and the listener debate the impact of the ‘no’ vote and the future of Metro bus service.
Washington Policy Center’s Bob Pishue first discovered the higher than expected sales tax revenue that King County Metro failed to disclose to voters as they were asking King County residents to pass Prop 1.
With prices nearing $4 a gallon, every penny matters at a gas station. Even if the state of Washington has already given out $193 million in gas tax givebacks in the last eight years.
Democrats might talk a good game when it comes to the environment and Earth Day, April 22nd, but John Carlson’s guest, author of the book “Eco-fads” and WPC environmental policy director, Todd Myers, says that conservative values like free market forces do more to help the environment in the long run
A liberal US Congressman from suburban Boston, Steven Lynch, says the looming tax bill arriving with ObamaCare may be the biggest headache yet for President Obama’s landmark legislative achievement.
John Carlson interviews State Senator, Janea Holmquist-Newbry (R-Moses Lake), who says Microsoft just announced a $1.
Opposition to the $15 minimum wage push is now coming from business owners in Seattle’s International District.