Adding to the lame duck woes of the President, John Carlson examines the latest insight on America’s view of Barack Obama. Also, John Carlson covers a reversal of fortune for red light cameras around America.
John Carlson analyzes Governor Jan Brewer’s veto of the fiercely debated religious freedom bill and concludes that this issue will end up before the Supreme Court when the government forces a business owner to violate their own religious beliefs in the name of political correctness.
John Carlson interviews the mother of a rape and murder victim who’s killer has just had his life spared by Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent moratorium decision. Carlson speaks to Sherry Shaver whose daughter Talisha was raped and killed by Dewayne Woods.
John Carlson brings on guests from both sides of Seattle’s current debate about ridesharing companies (like Uber and Lyft) which are currently not required to operate under the same standards as taxis.
The Ft. Carson, Colorado Quartermaster PFC posted a ‘selfie’ picture of herself hiding out in her car instead of attending a 1700 hours flag salute on the base. Some critics are saying the PFC should be discharged.
ABC News reporter Aaron Katersky joins John Carlson with the latest update on the expanding case against New Yorkers who claimed Social Security disability and PTSD after the Sept. 11th attacks.
Some of Seattle’s most liberal voices are finally speaking out against the push for a $15 per hour minimum wage in Seattle. John Carlson discusses the impact that these new critics will have on the fight for the 61% wage increase.
Kutcher who recently portrayed Apple Inc founder, Steve Jobs, knows a thing or two about business. Kutcher invested in the popular new ridesharing company Uber which is currently embroiled in a regulatory battle with old guard taxi companies for customers and regulatory costs.
Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer faces a tough decision as more business urge her to veto the Legislative bill on her desk that would allow businesses to refuse service to customers based on religious beliefs. John Carlson and listeners discuss the merits of the planned law awaiting Gov.
John Carlson delves into a new report that says most of Seattle’s non-profits would be hurt badly by the 68% increase in the minimum wage jumping up to $15 per hour.
John Carlson details the latest tax hike plan to fund Metro bus service in King County, which would increase the car tab (MVET) fee from $20 to $60 in a special election coming up on April 22nd 2014.
John Carlson uncovers the info on a recent legislative vote where some House Republicans sided with Democrats in Olympia who want to make it tougher and more costly to gather signatures for statewide citizen initiatives. Carlson interviews Tim Eyman about the latest developments in Olympia.
John Carlson clarifies the finer points of an Arizona law, about to be signed by Gov. Jan Brewer, that gay rights activists are trying to stop.
The Texas mom discovered her 12-year-old daughter was using a fake Facebook account. John Carlson listens to how the mom publicly shamed her daughter and whether or not her parental punishment went too far.