John Carlson plays some of the audio clips from supporters rallying at Seattle’s city hall to push for a $15 an hour minimum wage. He also interviews a business owner running for the state legislature in Olympia who opposes the $15 minimum wage, Monique Trudnowski.
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.
John Carlson examines a developing story about wasted class time and student safety in Kent schools with repetitively disruptive students. A special ed teacher calls John Carlson to share her insight on the wasted class time when one unruly kid undermines the teaching time with their misbehavior.
Pediatric surgeon, Dr. Monica Wehby, has opposed ObamaCare and now she’s a Republican candidate for the US Senate in Oregon which is dominated by liberal politicians. John Carlson and KVI host Lars Larson who is based in Portland, OR talk about the impact Dr.
Americans throw out a lot of food. King County residents alone throw out or compost 183,000 tons of food each and every year.
John Carlson interviews retired medical doctor and Washington Policy Center health policy analyst, Dr. Roger Stark, about the latest tussle over ObamaCare involving a rule mandated by State Insurance Commissioner, Mike Kriedler.
A woman who earns a living boarding horses at her home is now charged with animal cruelty.
A new state investigation has uncovered toxins in popular kids toys that have been sold at major retailers. A dozen stores and over 220 products were tested, including at least one product that needed to be pulled from shelves.
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.