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Employees of a 76-year old general store are going high tech, starting an online campaign to raise money to replace a broken gas pump. It's the only one for miles in this lake town in Snohomish County.
Home CarlsonCast: May 29th, 2015 Hour 2 CarlsonCast: May 29th, 2015 Hour 2 (Video)
St. Sen. Andy Hill joins Carlson to discuss Olympia budget battle and refusal to raise taxes, Hollywood heartthrob and Lake Stevens, WA-native Chris Pratt teaches his 2-year-old son the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Economist Dr. Walter Williams joins Carlson to talk about freedom and liberty’s status in America, Bremerton’s police chief responds to Olympia protesters angry at the cop who shot two men suspected of trying to steal beer.
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It’s Sen. Rand Paul vs Fox News analyst Ralph Peters on what’s making ISIS stronger in Syria.

Another special session in Olympia legislature with ShiftWA.
Home CarlsonCast: May 27th, 2015 Hour 1 CarlsonCast: May 27th, 2015 Hour 1 (Video)
Activists play the race card in latest protests about Olympia police officer shooting of two men; Tacoma teachers take a unique approach to their education funding protest, and a crime against humanity in Seattle is solved before anybody gets hurt.
Home CarlsonCast: May 27th, 2015 Hour 2 CarlsonCast: May 27th, 2015 Hour 2 (Video)
Author and columnist Michelle Malkin joins Carlson with her comprehensive rebuttal to Pres. Obama's "You didn't build that" quote.

Plus, Pres. Obama loses in appellate court over his executive order for illegal immigration amnesty.
Home CarlsonCast: May 26th, 2015 Hour 1 CarlsonCast: May 26th, 2015 Hour 1 (Video)
A beautiful lightning storm hits Richland, WA, during Memorial Day.

Also, in Baltimore 9 people were killed and 29 were shot, an investigation shows 4 Seattle jurors showed early signs of being opposed to the death penalty in a recent high-profile case.