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.
At the center of the latest Obama Administration scandal involving the IRS, Seattle’s Keli Carender with the TEA Party Patriots, joins John Carlson to say her group is still awaiting IRS approval as a non-profit after initially filing for that tax-exempt status back in 2009.
That slam for President Obama doesn’t come from a conservative or right-wing talk show host—no!—it’s NBC News Anchor Brian Williams. John Carlson sifts through the NBC top story framing current IRS and Dept. of Justice scandals as Nixonian while Pres.
Two political power-brokers, Pres. Obama and ex-VP Dick Cheney, give their conflicting accounts of where the fatal Benghazi talking points scandal goes from here.
State House Majority Leader, Democrat Pat Sullivan, enters the 2nd day of a 30-day special session and he talks to John Carlson about the battle ahead with the Republican majority Senate caucus and their looming stand-off over raising taxes or cutting spending.
The emerging IRS scandal –requiring conservative political and TEA (Taxed Enough Already) party groups to submit extra paper work and answer extra questions delaying their non-profit status—spotlights the complex new federal regulations that are coming when all the ObamaCare laws are fully implemented
Four homes destroyed, one knocked off its foundation and one man is under arrest after taking a Caterpillar bulldozer to the buildings. John Carlson hears from a woman who was inside the house when the bull dozer came crashing in and she says she had to run for her life.
The Benghazi investigation news continues to resonate across the Beltway and the nation after last week’s ABC News discovery of 12 different State Department revisions of the CIA talking points.
Cincinnati, OH IRS employees confess to targeting conservative TEA (Taxed Enough Already) groups. John Carlson discusses the disturbing admission and the potential Watergate-style implications for the Obama Administration.
ABC News breaks the story about the US State Dept.’s top lieutenant to Sec. Hillary Clinton revising the CIA talking points about Benghazi. John Carlson spotlights the major focus on this news and Sec.
NBC reporter Lisa Myers tells MSNBC’s Morning Joe that she’s heard from several Democrats over the last 24 hours trying to spin the Benghazi whistleblower’s testimony (Gregory Hicks) and today’s ABC News report about the State Department’s 12 revisions to the CIA talking points will definitely add to that liberal spin
Military and foreign affairs analyst and author, Ralph Peters, reacts to the critical House Oversight & Government Reform Committee by high-ranking staff at the US Embassy in Tripoli.