John Carlson hosts a morning drive show on AM 570 KVI. He is a co-founder and former president of the Washington Policy Center in Seattle.
Should we really be putting kids in gun free zones — and advertising it?
When things aren't going well, you need to shift tactics. But Seattle's leadership seems to be resistant to that idea.
Is history about to repeat itself for the Democratic Party in Washington state?
After the affirmative action ban passed in 1998, the sky didn't fall.
The governor's campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination still has time to overcome a slow start.
The Washington Legislature is worrying about people using tobacco. Not heroin. Why?
The Washington Legislature has so much money coming in, it could raise state spending by 14% without raising a single tax. But Democrats say they need more.
The provocative program spotlights a ‘darkened corner of Seattle’s criminal justice system.’
Forget "Medicare for All," here's a model that doesn’t rely on government or insurance companies.
Don't laugh: With good moves so far, a President Inslee might just be possible.