John Carlson seizes on a subtle, yet critical moment in Pres. Obama’s latest press conference. Pres. Obama avoids answering the first reporter’s question about his knowledge of the IRS.
ABC News breaks the story that the tax-exempt division director during the years of the IRS/TEA Party scrutiny scandal was ultimately named director of the IRS division on ObamaCare.
The owner of Arlene’s Flower Shop in Richland,WA Baronelle Stutzman, has just filed a counter-suit after State AG, Bob Ferguson, filed a discrimination case against her when she told a customer she wouldn’t sell him flowers for his same-sex marriage ceremony.
King Co. Sheriff John Urquhart joins John Carlson for an in-depth interview on a repeat home burglary case that ends with the intruder being stabbed to death by a female victim. The dead intruder is an employed father of 5 with no criminal history.
With the trifecta of scandals dominating US political news coverage--Benghazi talking points cover-up, IRS/TEA Party scrutiny and Justice Dept. seizing Associated Press phone records—it can get confusing and blurry.
A Michigan doctor has created a simulator with electric shocks to mimic the pain women endure during child labor. Now two Dutch TV show hosts have gone viral in a video where they get hooked up to the machine to experience what mom’s do when they give birth.
Center for Immigration Studies fact checks a brand new TV/radio ad by the American Action Network pushing for support of the Senate “Gang of 8” immigration reform bill (dubbed by some critics the Amnesty bill), S. 744.
Pres. Obama accepts the resignation of the acting IRS director in the wake of the politically charged scrutiny to non-profit TEA Party and conservative groups but John Carlson says that simply isn’t enough for Pres. Obama to withstand this scandal.
The federally funded National Transportation Safety Board wants states to lower their drunk driving blood alcohol levels (aka BAC) to .05 based on data from European countries that cut DUI cases in half.
Last week’s bull dozer rampage destroyed 4 homes and a ¾-ton pick-up truck in Pt. Angeles, now you can hear the 911 call from the man who had the original confrontation with the bull dozer destruction suspect, Barry Swegle.
News coverage on 570 KVI and most other news outlets usually involves stories about teen-agers when something has gone wrong. John Carlson finds three impressive stories where teen-agers are showing the work ethic and integrity we’d like to see in all young people.