36 yr old Oregon military vet, Corey Thompson, confronted a man trying to break into his back door with his AR-15, fired a warning shot to stop the suspected intruder, who was arrested, but now Thompson’s gun has been confiscated.
KVI’s John Carlson discovers the common political excuse from liberals (that we don’t have enough jail space to keep criminals locked up) is false, after Pierce County decides to layoff jail officers and release some inmates.
John Carlson makes a prediction that Attorney General Eric Holder will be the first to resign in disgrace for the big three scandals in which the White House is currently embroiled.
John Carlson reads a heartfelt open letter from a frustrated TEA Party advocate, explaining why she believes in Constitutional government and fiscal responsibility.
WashingtonStateWire.com reporter, Erik Smith, joins John Carlson to cover the political implications of DOT Sec.
A 2011 federal raid of Gibson Guitars has GOP lawmakers curious if there’s a connection to the current IRS scandal in which government officials targeted the popular guitar maker for political payback.
Obama supporters smear and attempt to discredit the reputations of well known reporters like Sharyl Attkisson and Jonathan Karl who have consistently broken stories on the Benghazi, Libya fatal attack that left 4 Americans—including US Ambassador Chris Stevens—dead.
In a KVI exclusive, a DOT insider forwards John Carlson a memo from DOT Secretary, Lynn Peterson, explaining her objectives with replacing the crumpled I-5 bridge crossing the Skagit River between Mt. Vernon and Burlington. The memo actually includes a push for more mass transit rail service in Mt.
Graduates and parents go wild for a prayer at a Kentucky HS graduation ceremony.
An LA Times reporter was politely rebuffed during an interview with a climate research scientist said climate change was not responsible for last week’s devastating Oklahoma tornado or last fall’s “Super Storm Sandy” in New Jersey and New York.
Colorado Gov. (D) John Hickenlooper commutes the 1993 death sentence for quadruple killer, Nathan Dunalap, who shot and killed 4 people and wounded a fifth working at an Aurora, CO Chuck E. Cheese restaurant.
Army paratrooper Ed Manley parachuted into France on D-day, was eventually captured as a POW and tried to escape. He speaks with John Carlson about his WWII service and memories on Memorial Day weekend. Ed even parachuted on the 50th Anniversary of the invasion at age 72.
Navy vet from Whidbey Island, Dan Sligh, crashes off the I-5 Skagit River Bridge after watching the over-size truck driving in front of him hit the over-head steel truss.
Noted attorney, Alan Dershowitz, says IRS tax-exempt division director, Lois Lerner, lost her 5th Amendment protection before Congress earlier this week.
Military and foreign affairs analyst, Ralph Peters, joins John Carlson to discuss the speech President Obama hopes will divert America’s attention from the 3 scandals plaguing his administration. Pres.