Eight people protesting for higher minimum wages in Bellevue were arrested Wednesday evening.
HBO host Bill Maher voices his strongest criticism yet of Islam. KVI’s John Carlson and guest co-host from Behind the Headlines, Mark Hyman, analyze Maher’s assessment that ‘vast numbers of Muslim people’ have illiberal beliefs.
KVI host John Carlson and ShiftWA.org’s Randy Pepple discuss new information about Gov. Jay Inslee’s continuing push for a carbon tax that would reportedly shrink Washington state’s economy by 30% over the next 20 years.
Former KVI host and multiple tour veteran of Iraq—both the Gulf War and the Iraq War—Lt.
KVI’s John Carlson interviews Fox News strategic analyst and author, Ralph Peters, about the prospects for success with President Obama’s newly unveiled plan to tackle ISIS.
The 17 year-old boy who was critically injured in a hit-and-run crash on Sunday died Tuesday morning at Harborview Medical Center, police said.
KVI’s John Carlson spotlights some brand new federal labor statistics that show the majority of Americans receiving unemployment benefits don’t spend much time actually looking for a job.
Author and columnist John Fund joins KVI’s John Carlson to discuss President Obama’s looming ISIS strategy national address and some of the latest insight on political battles as we near the November mid-term election.
KVI’s John Carlson examines the latest column by economist Thomas Sowell on the push for $15 minimum wage and the decision by a Seattle restaurant to “raise revenues” in the face of the looming $15 minimum wage law (which starts in April 2015) to institute a $25 per person reservation fee to compel patrons to not flake out on their decision to dine at a restaurant
A popular Seattle restaurant has an unusual plan to eliminate costly reservation no-shows.
A convicted rapist is behind bars after being missing from Western State Hospital for a week.
Residents say squatters spent months trashing their North Seattle neighborhood, and now they hope a petition drive will spare other communities from the same problems.
A report about a Kingston, WA teenager accused of planning a shooting rampage at his high school where he was recently expelled, spurs a dramatic phone call to KVI’s John Carlson about the struggles of one listener growing up without a dad, repeatedly breaking the law and addicted to alcohol.
Another version of Al Sharpton versus the Teleprompter, spurs a Will Smith ‘mash-up’ and KVI’s John Carlson covers some new political polling that points toward significant Republican victories in the November mid-term election.