1 hr 55 min

October 15, 2021 The Commute with Carlson

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6am hour -- Katie Couric admits she selectively edited Ruth Bader Ginsburg interview 6 years ago, more incendiary tweets emerge from the campaign of a candidate for Seattle City Attorney, the chair of the WA Democratic Party refuses to denounce the latest disturbing tweets about violence and death on fellow Democrats, a PNW NCAA scholar-athlete says something about his assistant coach that applies to the dysfunction of Seattle's response to homeless problems, WA Ferries just decided to cut sailings on most runs( one run cut by 50%) because of how many workers will be fired due to Gov. Inslee's vaccine mandate, the political game of exemptions and accommodations for the Gov. Inslee and Seattle/King County vaxx mandates, the admission by Katie Couric "trying to protect" a sitting US Supreme Court justice who said something that didn't fit the left wing narrative. 7am hour -- time to expose some questionable things in the Congressional Democrats' $3.5 trillion "infrastructure" spending, GUEST: Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform, points out the Constitutionality of dish washing machines in America, how gov't prevents markets from evolving and changing, even the progressive Bellingham City Council is against a hazard pay ballot initiative being pushed by a socialist political group, a Seattle elementary school declares that Halloween is racist (but did they ask the children if it's racist?), the war on achievement in some US schools (in the name of 'equity'). 8am hour -- drug over-dose deaths and narcotic drug use setting records in America right now, yet three states managed to reduce drug deaths amid this national rise, the drug over-dose deaths have gone from 70,000 in 2019 to over 90,000 in 2020 seem to be exacerbated by government imposed lockdowns, GUEST: executive director for the Center for Immigration Studies, Mark Krikorian, discusses a new report that shows a main justification for sanctuary policies by politicians and activists doesn't bear water, the Biden Administration just halted border wall construction at a location that sees the most amount of illegal crossings, what changed with the "remain in Mexico" policy between Trump and Biden presidencies; the disturbing tweets from the campaign manager of a Seattle political candidate who is already under scrutiny for her own incendiary anti-police tweets.

6am hour -- Katie Couric admits she selectively edited Ruth Bader Ginsburg interview 6 years ago, more incendiary tweets emerge from the campaign of a candidate for Seattle City Attorney, the chair of the WA Democratic Party refuses to denounce the latest disturbing tweets about violence and death on fellow Democrats, a PNW NCAA scholar-athlete says something about his assistant coach that applies to the dysfunction of Seattle's response to homeless problems, WA Ferries just decided to cut sailings on most runs( one run cut by 50%) because of how many workers will be fired due to Gov. Inslee's vaccine mandate, the political game of exemptions and accommodations for the Gov. Inslee and Seattle/King County vaxx mandates, the admission by Katie Couric "trying to protect" a sitting US Supreme Court justice who said something that didn't fit the left wing narrative. 7am hour -- time to expose some questionable things in the Congressional Democrats' $3.5 trillion "infrastructure" spending, GUEST: Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform, points out the Constitutionality of dish washing machines in America, how gov't prevents markets from evolving and changing, even the progressive Bellingham City Council is against a hazard pay ballot initiative being pushed by a socialist political group, a Seattle elementary school declares that Halloween is racist (but did they ask the children if it's racist?), the war on achievement in some US schools (in the name of 'equity'). 8am hour -- drug over-dose deaths and narcotic drug use setting records in America right now, yet three states managed to reduce drug deaths amid this national rise, the drug over-dose deaths have gone from 70,000 in 2019 to over 90,000 in 2020 seem to be exacerbated by government imposed lockdowns, GUEST: executive director for the Center for Immigration Studies, Mark Krikorian, discusses a new report that shows a main justification for sanctuary policies by politicians and activists doesn't bear water, the Biden Administration just halted border wall construction at a location that sees the most amount of illegal crossings, what changed with the "remain in Mexico" policy between Trump and Biden presidencies; the disturbing tweets from the campaign manager of a Seattle political candidate who is already under scrutiny for her own incendiary anti-police tweets.

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