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.
In an interview with ESPN’s Steven A. Smith, the LA Laker scoring machine, Kobe Bryant, says African-Americans should look at the facts of legal case like George Zimmerman shooting Trayvon Martin rather than simply defaulting to conclusions based on black and white skin color.
Author of “Eco-fads” and environmental policy director at Washington Policy Center , Todd Myers speaks to John Carlson about two cases of left-wing environmentalists that have gone to the fringe with their latest public comments.
National Review columnist and author, John Fund, joins John Carlson to discuss Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI) decision to step down from Congress to become a syndicated talk radio host and they analyze the latest polling data indicating more Americans are approving of ObamaCare.
John Carlson examines a report from KOMO 4’s national correspondent who says ObamaCare enrollees should prepare for sticker shock when premium prices adjust after the first year once the next open enrollment period concludes in fall 2015.
During a live TV interview in Oklahoma City, Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius is speechless when the news anchor asks her why Oklahomans so dislike the ObamaCare law.
The outpouring of community support for volunteers and workers helping with the 530 slide has been overwhelming.
While discussing Rep. Paul Ryan’s recent comments about a ‘culture of poverty’ (which sparked criticism from some people in the African-American community, Bill Maher offered a quotation that closely paralleled what Ryan said in a radio interview.
John Carlson interviews the CEO of United Way Snohomish County, Dennis Smith, who explains where that $532,000 contributed by viewers and listeners of KOMO, KVI and KPLZ will be spent on the relief effort for the landslide that has now killed 25 people.