King County councilman, Reagan Dunn, joins John Carlson to talk about the bizarre vote which will prevent county jail officials from cooperating with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials when it comes to detaining and possibly deporting suspects for immigration violations.
In a seemingly improbable story, a college student in Alabama simply held up a sign on ESPN’s Saturday morning college football broadcast known as “Game Day” with the words “Hey Mom Send” and an enlarged graphic of his QR Code alongside the logo for the Internet currency site Bitcoin
Two ardent supporters of Pres. Obama are both saying that it was acceptable for Pres. Obama to lie about ObamaCare. John Carlson examines their defense of Pres. Obama’s dishonesty.
John Carlson talks about the surprising new delivery plan Amazon’s CEO wants to deploy for faster, albeit more noisy and annoying, deliveries in urban centers.
In one of the more bizarre theft cases you’ll ever hear about, a registered sex-offender snuck onto the 132-foot ship and started to drive it across Elliot Bay to West Seattle. John Carlson and crew react to the audacious theft.
With the self-imposed Nov. 30th deadline, the Obama Administration is again trying to lower expectations for successful access to HealthCare.gov and the prospects for Pres. Obama’s signature legislative achievement. John Carlson covers the latest status and reaction from Beltway pundits.
John Carlson examines a KING 5 story about payroll gray areas that allow numerous King County jail employees to maximize their pay at taxpayer expense.
John Carlson examines two stories about increasing violence on King County METRO buses. The first story involves a man wearing a nylon stocking over his head who pulled out a gun and tried to rob passengers, but that’s when the bus riders fought back.
It seems like a strange thing to complain about but some people in Tukwila, WA are voicing their objection to swimming pool hours set aside only for women. John Carlson looks into story to see what all the ruckus is about.
Legal questions arise over Washington’s new marijuana law when legalization supporters request a permit to hold an outdoor marijuana smoking event near The Space Needle and Experience Music Project for the first anniversary of being legal.
US Senators like Joe Biden and Harry Reid objected in 2005 when Republicans thought about changing the filibuster rule but now VP Biden and Senate Majority Leader Reid are leading the way in the Senate rules change known as the nuclear option.
Esteemed prosecutor and author of “Reclaiming History”, Vincent Bugliosi, joins John Carlson for a lengthy interview on the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination and some of the most popular conspiracy theories that simply don’t hold water.
In the Wall Street Journal, Wisconsin’s Republican governor, Scott Walker, outlines his formula for GOP success in next year’s mid-term Congressional election.