1 hr 55 min

October 12, 2021 The Commute with Carlson

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6am hour -- the road to the Stanley Cup goes through Seattle, a major legal rebuke for WA Insurance Commissioner, NFL coach John Gruden resigns in disgrace & scandal over racist/misogynistic/homophobic language in emails, Northern Lights seen from several spots in WA, some good news about COVID cases in WA, push back on the Seattle/King County vaxx mandate by a King County Councilman, how the SEIU labor union got a stunning exemption from Gov. Jay Inslee's statewide vaccine mandate, a P.R. blunder for Veep Kamala Harris regarding a video message about NASA. 7am hour -- new Gallup polling says many Americans think the country's best days are over and unlikely to improve in the future, the polling has managed to flip in roughly 3 years, its almost like Gov. Jay Inslee didn't see any of the ferry boat cancellations from the last week, "woke" DC comic book writer expects backlash to new plot line that Superman is bi-sexual, Seattle Times issues scathing editorial urging Gov. Inslee to delay horribly written/planned Long Term Care payroll tax on all employees, the looming Initiative 1436 that would allow voters to opt out of Inslee's Long Term Care payroll tax. 8am hour -- the difficult conversation about how shootings involving Black victims and White victims are conveyed and portrayed differently in social and news media coverage, GUEST: Publisher of the South Seattle Emerald, Marcus Harrison Green (also a columnist for The Seattle Times) discusses a shooting near a south Seattle sports field during a youth football game that sent parents and kids scrambling for cover, wants to know why there isn't more outrage and media attention regarding this brazen shooting; SEIU group launching all salvos at Seattle mayoral candidate 3 weeks before general election, the Democratic strategy to simply portray any opponent (regardless of party) as pro-Trump, a Monroe HS school psychologist now under arrest for communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, the unsolved murder of a US attorney in Seattle that occurred 20 years ago.

6am hour -- the road to the Stanley Cup goes through Seattle, a major legal rebuke for WA Insurance Commissioner, NFL coach John Gruden resigns in disgrace & scandal over racist/misogynistic/homophobic language in emails, Northern Lights seen from several spots in WA, some good news about COVID cases in WA, push back on the Seattle/King County vaxx mandate by a King County Councilman, how the SEIU labor union got a stunning exemption from Gov. Jay Inslee's statewide vaccine mandate, a P.R. blunder for Veep Kamala Harris regarding a video message about NASA. 7am hour -- new Gallup polling says many Americans think the country's best days are over and unlikely to improve in the future, the polling has managed to flip in roughly 3 years, its almost like Gov. Jay Inslee didn't see any of the ferry boat cancellations from the last week, "woke" DC comic book writer expects backlash to new plot line that Superman is bi-sexual, Seattle Times issues scathing editorial urging Gov. Inslee to delay horribly written/planned Long Term Care payroll tax on all employees, the looming Initiative 1436 that would allow voters to opt out of Inslee's Long Term Care payroll tax. 8am hour -- the difficult conversation about how shootings involving Black victims and White victims are conveyed and portrayed differently in social and news media coverage, GUEST: Publisher of the South Seattle Emerald, Marcus Harrison Green (also a columnist for The Seattle Times) discusses a shooting near a south Seattle sports field during a youth football game that sent parents and kids scrambling for cover, wants to know why there isn't more outrage and media attention regarding this brazen shooting; SEIU group launching all salvos at Seattle mayoral candidate 3 weeks before general election, the Democratic strategy to simply portray any opponent (regardless of party) as pro-Trump, a Monroe HS school psychologist now under arrest for communicating with a minor for immoral purposes, the unsolved murder of a US attorney in Seattle that occurred 20 years ago.

1 hr 55 min

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