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.
With light rail years and millions of dollars away, Kirkland officials are thinking an aerial gondola—similar to ski resorts—could be the fastest, cheapest way to get commuters moving and diminish traffic congestion.
John Carlson reacts to the worst case election scenario described by MSNBC host Chris Matthews and how it fits into the Democratic left’s push for sizable minimum wage hikes this year.
John Carlson explores a bold move by Clark County, Washington officials who have decided to allow county employees to conceal carry firearms on the job after a previous female employee was stalked, making everyone on the job site vulnerable.
John Carlson interviews strategic and foreign affairs analyst for Fox News, Ralph Peters, about the latest news on the indicted Ukrainian president and what happens next as both Russia and the West vie for influence in the beleaguered state.
Kevin Sabet, co-founder of Project SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana) joined John Carlson to educate the pushing war on recreational marijuana. SAM champions smart policies to decrease marijuana use.
In the wake of the "boycott McPoverty" campaign, Economic Development Chair for Seattle/King Co. NAACP, Dr. Sheley Secrest joined John Carlson in a contentious debate. They discuss their differences in opinion about raising the minimum wage to $15/hour.
Should the Pledge of Allegiance be required in your children's schools? John Carlson spoke with Adam Soltani, the executive director of CAIR-Oklahoma on the Commute with Carlson. Soltani explains the controversy in Oklahoma.
Obamacare is not a success in our state according to Washington Policy Center's Dr. Roger Stark. John Carlson interviewed Stark to get the details of his theory that rivals what Insurance Commissioner Kreidler recently claimed.