It’s a tense exchange between John Carlson and the executive director of the Transportation Choices Coalition and co-chair of the Yes on Prop 1 campaign, Rob Johnson. They discuss the 10-year plan King County voters will decide on that would raise $1.
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.
The marketing director for Seattle’s Dick’s Drive-in talks to John Carlson about how a 61% increase in the city’s minimum wage would affect their employees and the three restaurants the operate inside the city.
Author of the new book “What Works: common sense solutions for a stronger America” and syndicated columnist, Cal Thomas, joins John Carlson to talk about his prescription for fixing dysfunctional DC politics and the dependence it breeds.
$15 minimum wage advocate and King County councilman, Larry Gossett, joined John Carlson to discuss the 61% minimum wage increase proposed for Seattle and proceeded to blame the high unemployment stats for teenagers and young people of color on a variety of factors, most notably racism.
Newly elected Seattle city council woman Kshama Sawant is criticizing police for how they’ve handled May Day vandals but fellow councilman Bruce Harrell tells Sawant she’s wrong.
John Carlson unveils his brand new analysis of the things King County Metro doesn’t want you to know about the big $1.5 billion tax increase for bus service known as Proposition 1 which is up for mail-in vote due next Tuesday, April 22nd.
Author and Fox News strategic analyst, Ralph Peters joins John Carlson for the latest reaction to the continuing conflict in Eastern Ukraine with masked and unidentified pro-Russian forces as well as the shocking violence in Nigeria by the Muslim group Boko Haram enforcing strict Islamic law and targeting non-Muslims
A 15-year veteran of working restaurant jobs between New Jersey and Seattle, J.W. Boswell, talks to John Carlson about the variety of reasons for restaurant workers and the public in general to be opposed to a drastic increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The check-and-balance on Olympia’s tax and spend politicians, State Senate majority coalition leader, Rodney Tom joins John Carlson for an exclusive interview about his decision to step down from the Olympia Legislature rather than run again for re-election.
Deemed the most consequential elected official in Olympia by KVI’s John Carlson, St. Sen. majority caucus leader, Rodney Tom has announced he won’t seek re-election. Carlson analyzes the surprising announcement by Sen.
John Carlson examines the latest political ploy by the $15 Now campaign: an amendment to the Seattle city charter that would impose all their requirements of a higher minimum wage without any vote of the city council or mayor Ed Murray.
John Carlson delivers the latest insight on the disturbing fly-bys that lasted for 90 minutes when a Russian fighter jet repeatedly buzzed past the guided missile destroyer, USS Donald Cook, while on maneuvers in international waters of the Black Sea near Ukraine.
Three families have filed a lawsuit against the Olympia School District, alleging district officials did not adequately investigate reports that a bus driver was molesting students.
Tuesday is Tax Day and a number of companies – especially restaurants – will celebrate by offering Tax Day Freebies. Here are just a few of the many offers collected by DealNews.com: