John Carlson riffs on the unfortunate timing of President Obama’s two big fat cat fundraisers in Bellevue's Hunt’s Point and Medina neighborhoods later today and the expected traffic chaos its expected to bring as I-90 construction is down to one lane between Bellevue and Mercer Island.
John Carlson and KVI listeners conduct an extensive discussion about the suggestion by Mexican telecommunications billionaire, Carlos Slim, that most workers should enjoy more time off when they’re younger and work a 3 or 4-day week.
With marijuana officially legal and available to all Washington adults, there is now a growing call for the marijuana industry to do more to warn people about what's actually in the edible pot-infused products they're buying.
These 13 men and women are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of most-wanted sex offenders.
As the Israel and Hamas conflict intensifies, John Carlson interviews Fox News strategic affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, about the blunt assessment by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu describing the tactics of rocket launchers in Gaza surrounding themselves with civilians.
John Carlson and crew review some of the memorable highs and also the forgotten moments of the un-assuming actor who’s career spawned more than 50 years.
John Carlson examines the disturbing back-story of Seattle Pacific University shooting rampage and murder suspect Aaron Ybarra’s own father.
One suspect was shot and four police officers were injured in a Sunday afternoon shootout and explosion in Kent.
Best selling author Pat Buchanan joined the Commute with Carlson to talk about his new book, How Richard Nixon Rose from Defeat to Create the New Majority. Carlson calls it the "Mad Men" of politics.
Daniel Kochis, Research Assistant Heritage Foundation, joined John to discuss the plane crash and the current military situation in the Ukraine.
John Carlson interviews protester Chris Smith about his group's counter protest to the anti-immigrant organization "Make Them Listen".
A Washington state political action committee has launched a campaign targeting a local representative claiming he's a "deadbeat dad" and "drives his kids while stoned."
John Carlson talks with KOMO Newsradio reporter Corwin Haeck about the latest announcement made by Microsoft. They're planning to lay off the largest amount in their history, cutting up to 18,000 jobs. The first round will eliminate around 1,350 Puget Sound area jobs.
Coming to a ballot near you! John Carlson reviews Prop 1, a proposed ballot that would replace the current parks levy by creating a new taxing district run by the Seattle city council. This means they could raise taxes without voter approval.