Navy vet from Whidbey Island, Dan Sligh, crashes off the I-5 Skagit River Bridge after watching the over-size truck driving in front of him hit the over-head steel truss.
Army paratrooper Ed Manley parachuted into France on D-day, was eventually captured as a POW and tried to escape. He speaks with John Carlson about his WWII service and memories on Memorial Day weekend. Ed even parachuted on the 50th Anniversary of the invasion at age 72.
Noted attorney, Alan Dershowitz, says IRS tax-exempt division director, Lois Lerner, lost her 5th Amendment protection before Congress earlier this week.
Military and foreign affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, joins John Carlson to discuss the speech President Obama hopes will divert America’s attention from the 3 scandals plaguing his administration. Pres.
The award winning, best-selling author Rick Atkinson just released his newest book “The Guns at Last Light” about the WWII victory in Western Europe. It’s the third in a comprehensive trilogy.
John Carlson and Kirby Wilbur cover the latest stories in the DOJ/James Rosen scandal after critical comments by MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and political reporter, Chuck Todd.
Legal questions are swirling after the confrontational House Oversight Committee appearance by former IRS tax-exempt division director, Lois Lerner, who advised the committee chair, Rep. (R-CA) Darrel Issa that she would plead the 5th Amendment so as to not incriminate herself.
One of the few network TV news reporters investigating Benghazi, Libya, the DOJ Fast and Furious program and the failures of the so-called Green Economy subsidies, CBS's Sharyl Attkisson, says her home computer has been compromised and it's under investigation.
Hold on to your money.
Sen. Paul tells Michigan Sen. Carl Levin to look in the mirror after Levin complains that cell phone and computer giant, Apple, didn't pay any corporate income tax last year.
MSNBC host (and former Republican Congressman) Joe Scarborough and CNN's Piers Morgan both make separate comments about how their call for gun control laws (and background checks) are undermined by the scandals and abuses being investigated at the IRS (TEA Party scrutiny) and the Dept.