Wednesday, January 17, 2018
What's Trending: Some Democrats are planning to boycott the State of the Union. // Â Jason thinks he had a hand in getting a guy fired after he made some really inappropriate comments about the #MeToo movement. // Legislators in Olympia consider gun control proposals. // The results of Trump's physical comes out. Jason says people on the left don't seem to realize Dr. Ronny Jackson also performed Obama's physicals. Timothee Chalamet is going to donate his paycheck from the movie he did with Woody Allen to charity.
What's Trending: Everett Public Schools expansion pushes out a property owner. // WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski dies in apparent suicide. // The Big Local: Puyallup police safely resolve situation where a suicidal man asked the cops to kill him. The Everett Herald talks to a "beefy ex-cop" with a "delicate hobby." One million senior drivers are on Washington state roads. // Jason is mad Will Ferrell doesn't seem as funny as he used to be.
What's Trending:Â Some Democrats are planning to boycott the State of the Union. // Jeff Flake criticizes Trump's rhetoric on the media. // WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski dies in apparent suicide, Jason says if we're going to pass legislation on guns it should be a response to suicide rates. // Sheriff Joe Arpaio confronted on live television about the fact accepting a pardon was technically an admission of guilt.
Jason complains about some weird chest pain, and Jacob talks about how last night he tried a fancy new fried chicken sandwich. Definitely listen all the way to the end on this one.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Caitlin Flanagan joins Jason Rantz to talk about the #metoo movement and whether it's starting to go too far.
What's Trending: King County is looking into banning smoking in all public parks // CVS bans advertising that uses photoshop // Guest: Snohomish County Council member Nate Nehring
What's Trending: Thousands gather for MLK day march // NAACPÂ says MLK's vision can't be achieved without fighting global warming // The Big Local: Democrats worry planned cuts to car tab fees could endanger Tacoma light rail
What's Trending: Ted Lieu is today's Dumb Tweet of the Day Honoree // Guest: Snohomish County Council member Nate Nehring on what to do about safe injection sites // Fox's Outnumbered derails after a fire drill goes off during the show
The guys discuss the musicians we lost this week and they do a deep dive into the Aziz Ansari controversy.
Monday, January 15, 2018
What's Trending: DOL offices see driver meltdowns over high car tabs as lawmakers grapple for solutions // Chris Matthews jokes about "Cosby Pills" // Mark Wahlberg made significantly more money than his female co-star for re-shoots and is facing backlash.
What's Trending: Armageddon continues as Fiat Chrysler, Capitol One pay bonuses, raise minimum wage // Someone at Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency dropped the ball // The Big Local: Bar employee kills bad guy
What's Trending: Trump denies calling certain countries "s-holes" // Chelsea Manning is running for a senate seatÂ
Over the weekend Jason thought he was having a heart attack and Jacob's friend got engaged.
Friday, January 12, 2018
Even Liam Neeson couldn't save this movie
Subway Seattle franchise owner David Jones says Subway made him take down a sign explaining to customers he canâ€™t participate in some promotions because of city policies.
EPISODE 88 - It's Friday which means Jacob picks the stories. He wants to talk about Walmart's reaction to the GOP tax plan, Lena Dunham's break up with Jack Antonoff, and trendy new dating phrases.
What's Trending: Trump accused of racism for "s**thole" comments. // Nancy Pelosi describes the Republicans working on immigration policy as "five white guys." // GUEST: Subway Seattle francise owner David Jones says Subway made him take down a sign explaining to customers he can't participate in some promotions because of city policies. // Joe Scarborough admits the media is "reflexively anti-Trump." Meryl Streep thinks Oprah is qualified for the job of president.
What's Trending:Â Bikeshare employees complain about working conditions. // Were Trump's "s**thole" comments racist? // The Big Local: Battle Ground high school basketball coach fired over hazing incident. Another Tacoma-area restaurant allegedly spreads the norovirus. // Milwaukee teacher in trouble over homework assignment about slavery.
What's Trending: Rantz reviews Commuter. // What's going on with the immigration legislation? Meryl Streep thinks Oprah is totally qualified to be president. // GUEST: Subway Seattle francise owner David Jones says Subway made him take down a sign explaining to customers he can't participate in some promotions because of city policies. // Chelsea Handler sends a homophobic tweet and only people on the right are calling her out.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
State Rep. Dave Hayes has a proposal to get opioid addicts off the streets and into treatment.