Columnist and author Stephen Moore talks to John Carlson about tax cuts and the two debates he’s having in Seattle and Spokane on raising the minimum wage.
Congressman Adam Smith from the Bellevue, WA and south King County district joined John Carlson to discuss yesterday’s Ft. Hood fatal shooting as well as debate key Congressional issues like the federal debt and illegal immigration.
John Carlson analyzed the story of the gay scout leader who has been asked by the Scouts to resign but wants to remain with his troop. John Carlson says the troop leader shouldn’t put himself (and his politics) above the welfare of the scouts in the troop.
Most college-bound kids get a job to make money for college but for Newport High School senior, Rachel Lingenbrink, she decided to start her own business. John Carlson shares the story of this business-oriented 17-year-old with a sweet sense for success.
Seattle Police have uncovered a problem with their dashboard camera video system. A "glitch" has caused what's called dropped frames or missing images in some of the videos, causing potential problems for an unknown number of criminal cases.
President Obama’s administration has portrayed him as tough on illegal immigration by claiming he has deported more illegal immigrants than Pres. George W.
John Carlson examined a comprehensive rebuttal to the $15 an hour minimum wage plan in Seattle and how politicians need to evaluate any increase in the current $9.32 state minimum wage.
John Carlson digs into a recent conference on white privilege conducted by teachers and professors in Madison, WI. The issues and statements raised there provide a disturbing look into academia.
John Carlson tackled the surprising announcement that President Obama’s landmark legislative achievement just managed to hit the 7 million sign-up mark on its final day of enrollment.
State Rep. Elizabeth Scott was elected by the people of Arlington, Oso and Darrington, WA and she wants to insure that the response and recovery are swift.
Brian Post and Richard Newman are connected for life through their actions on March 18th, after the crash of KOMO helicopter Air 4.
A former Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier has accepted a plea agreement in the 2011 murder of a Kirkland woman.