John Carlson covers the latest political reaction to President Obama’s words and actions on his just concluded Texas visit where he publicly declined to see the US/Mexico border despite the on-going problems of illegal immigrant “border children” who have crossed into the United States which is creating a legal and logistical nightmare for local and federal officials across Texas and the Southwest
John Carlson analyzes a unique op-ed column co-authored by Microsoft’s Bill Gates, Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffet and Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson as they lobby for a Congressional fix to the current illegal immigration problems facing the US.
John Carlson interviews two guests for the latest information on Israel’s intensifying military response to Hamas after the recent kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers. First an interview with retired US Army Lt. Col Ralph Peters on the political and military strategy involved.
Aurora Avenue's ongoing graffiti problem is irking business owners for a reason people might not expect. As much as Seattle merchants hate the tagging - they dislike the fines the city threatens even more.
It's supposed to provide iPhone users the ability to see where they've been, but a hidden setting could also allow someone with access to the device see where the user has been and map their movements.
KVI’s Larson Larson, sitting in for John Carlson, shares the story of a Spokane man who stood in line to be the first buyer of legal marijuana and was promptly featured in news stories.
KVI’s Lars Larson—subbing for John Carlson—provides a great over-view of President Barack Obama’s trip to Texas for a fundraiser as public reaction intensifies to the multitude of problems associated with the current “border children” illegal immigration wave gripping Texas and the Southwest United States
John Carlson examines the decision by Costco to continue stocking the political book “America” by Dinesh D’Souza and one KVI listeners chimes in with his thoughts on Costco’s business decision.
John Carlson reads through a lengthy essay by a long-time TV news producer who writes a semi-confessional story about losing her job and being in a perfect storm of financial woes just as the 2008 sub-prime mortgage collapse hit but she and her husband kept driving their 2003 Mercedes while collecting welfare benefits
Alex Johnson knows how lucky he is to be talking the day after a bad accident.
The first legal sales of recreational marijuana in Washington state have begun.
John Carlson and Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest president/CEO Christine Charbonneau debate the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court ruling on contraceptive coverage and religious freedom.
John Carlson interviews former Seattle resident--now in Jerusalem--Judy Balint, who explains the tense situation as Israeli military prepare to respond to Hamas after three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped and killed last week.
This might seem like a story from the insurgency in Iraq but John Carlson tracks the latest information from the war torn south side (and west side) of one of America’s largest cities.