John Carlson interviews noted political pollster, author and analyst, Scott Rasmussen, who is in Bellevue on Wed. Nov. 13th for the Washington Policy Center’s “Solutions Summit”. For more information on the event see WashingtonPolicy.org.
A Gonzaga student in Spokane uses his legally obtained handgun to stop an intruder at a university owned, off-campus apartment building. The student’s use of the Glock to confront the intruder—a 6 time felon who was later arrested on a Dept.
Jeff Mason’s 20-foot aluminum fishing boat hosts numerous military vets for fishing excursions in the South Sound as part of his work with Wounded Warriors, a way to show a little gratitude to returning vets for their service and sacrifice, but last Friday someone stole the boat/trailer.
Military and foreign affairs analyst, retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, joins John Carlson to assess the latest talks between US Sec. of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterparts.
In an attempt to keep Boeing from taking vital 777X production jobs to South Carolina, Olympia lawmakers conduct a special session to be more business friendly. John Carlson covers the latest fall-out from the hastily called special session by Gov.
Machinist union leaders at the IAM aren’t happy with the deal Boeing says is a requirement to keep jobs in Seattle/Everett. John Carlson talks about the Legislative special session called by Gov.
Refusing to leave office after admitting to smoking crack in one of his “drunken stupors”, Toronto mayor Rob Ford, has now been caught on video in an agitated rant saying how he’ll fight somebody and try to kill them.
John Carlson tracks the latest Beltway ObamaCare news and talks to KVI host Lars Larson who’s in town tonight for the KVI Listener Appreciation Party at Bellevue Eastside Harley Davidson.
John Carlson and listeners discuss the real-world arrest of a 14-year-old Georgia boy who trashed his mom’s house when she forced him to get out of bed for school because he wouldn’t get up.
A series of horrific DUI fatalities around Seattle is fueling the push for tougher DUI laws. Now some state lawmakers in Olympia want to create DUI check points to stop all drivers and check them for drinking and driving.
The Virginia and New Jersey governor’s elections are showing important voter trends as the economy and the launch of ObamaCare both struggle. John Carlson and longtime KVI colleague Kirby Wilbur—who now lives in Virginia—talk about the dynamics of the two notable elections.
University of Washington-Bothell researcher Dr. Dan Jaffe joins John Carlson to talk about the results of his short-term, 6-month examination of coal train traffic near the Columbia River and northwest Seattle’s Blue Ridge neighborhood.