Thursday, January 18, 2018
3 PM: The Huffington Post says our democracy vouchers could save democracy, state democrats want to take control of charities, Bob Ferguson has again lost to Tim Eyman in court, a Patty Murray senior staffer says they are ok with anti-Semitism, but will protect other minority groups, Toddâ€™s man crush on Mick Mulvaney grows as he continues to reel in the CFPB, a democrat is honest about their goal to shut down the government, Cosmopolitan continues to give evil sexual advice, Just a Few More Things â€“ Democrats are hoping for a government shutdown.
4 PM: Jay Inslee is going to declare and opioid crisis, King County wants to ban smoking in parks while ignoring people breaking the law in the parks, USA Today inserted Fake News into their Fake News Awards coverage, Chris Widener of the Real Man podcast stop by to talk about what it takes to be a real man, Listener Letters â€“ a listener responds with his personal battle with depression.
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
3 PM: Michael Medved sticks around to talk about Trump's weight, Seahawk corner Jeremy Lane's DUI arrest, their first time using marijuana, Tacoma lines the streets to honor Daniel McCarthey, Michael says law enforcement throughout the country is underappreciated, Jeff Flake's silence during the Obama presidency has discredited his current Trump criticism, Just a Few More Things â€“ Ann Curry confirms NBC harassment was prevalent when she was a host.
4 PM: Jenny Durka Durka Durkan treats homeless RV owners better than a man deployed overseas, he was then ticketed numerous times for a car the city stole from him, the media is ignoring USA gymnastics pedophile scandal after focusing on the Catholic church for decades, kids are far more likely to be abused at school than at a church, Todd has a dream that someday we have a government that canâ€™t force people to do things for other citizens, National Debt is a form of slavery, it's always better to give through choose than force, Listener Letters â€“ a listener says Jenny Durkan lied while taking her oath of office.
5 PM: Todd suggests republicans share videos of people having breakdowns at the DMV because they can't afford their car tabs, cult leader J.Z. Knight losses a federal court battle, Canada's CDC director says opiate vending machines will help the opiate epidemic, Todd says if the machines have limits they'll be hacked, if they don't people will OD, Trump's fake media awards crashed the GOP website, On a Personal Note â€“ Todd talks about a WSU football player taking his own life.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
5 PM: Red Robin drops bussers as the cost of business continues to rise, Seattle sugar tax could expand to the entire state, Dow Constantine blame drug manufactures for the stateâ€™s needle problem, a data modeling for abuse fails because it assumes all low income families abuse their children, Time struggles to figure out why people donâ€™t trust the media, Todd says people donâ€™t trust the media because the media doesnâ€™t trust us with all the information they have, On a Personal Note â€“ Todd talks about a mother struggling to give her baby up for adoption.
3 PM: Jay Inslee finally fires someone, but Todd has a list of a lot of other people he should have fired first, there was another death caused by a train, Dick Durbin pretends to be a budget hawk when talking about the wall, California energy prices will rise as they continue to push green energy, Germany is abandoning their climate goals, Just a Few More Things â€“ Trumpâ€™s doctor says he could have lived till 200 if he ate better.
4 PM: Seattle residents realize their power bills are way higher than they should be, Todd says this is they type of service you can expect from a single payer health care system, state officials now say eating road kill makes sense, Corey Booker goes nuts on the DHS Secretary, Jim Walsh drafts a bill making it illegal for state employeesâ€™â€™ to lie to legislature, Listener Letters â€“ A Canadian conservative reaches out for support in his liberal country.
Monday, January 15, 2018
3 PM: Jenny Durkan continues to ignore local business owners struggling to stay afloat, criminals get guns illegally so laws wonâ€™t slow them down, Hawaii rep Matt LoPresti prayed in his bathtub during the missile scare, he says those in charge should lose their jobs, many protesting in Dr. Kingâ€™s name are ignoring he was a reverend, Just a Few More Things â€“ Chris Mathews jokes about using a date rape pill.
4 PM: Dean Hardwick of Hardwick Hardware stops by to talk about why after nearly a hundred years his family business is leaving Seattle, Progressive Myths Crushed â€“ Mark Wahlberg made money for reshoots because heâ€™s a more famous actor not because of his gender, a leaked memo shows the Dems plan to use DACA as a main campaign issue, Listener Letters â€“ a listener suggests selling loosie untaxed soda cans to see how the city responds.
5 PM: The next womanâ€™s march has been planned but it has little direction, Port-Au Prince Haiti has no toilets, many reconstruction projects in Haiti were contracted through the Clinton Foundation but they did almost nothing to benefit local Haitians, Aziz Ansari is having to answer questions after going on a date which the lady later said she wasnâ€™t into the sex acts she performed, On a Personal Note â€“ Todd talks about being a minority in the Central District when he first moved to Seattle.â€‹
Friday, January 12, 2018
3 PM: Jay Insleeâ€™s has a climate staffer being paid by an environmental lobby, Twitter has been shadow blocking conservatives without their knowledge, Russian anchor babies have skyrocketed in Florida, Just a Few More Things â€“ Nancy Pelosi says raises brought on by the tax break are pathetic.
4 PM: A Seattle contractor has a warrant out for his arrest for an accidental trench collapse that killed an employee, no one was charged when the 520 bridge was left up and killed a women, 520 bridge workers have been caught drinking on the job, MLKâ€™s legacy is being destroyed by the left treating whites as less than the rest, Zak Burns stops by to talk about why heâ€™s a liberal, Listener Letters â€“ a listener calls Geoff out over his music choices.
5 PM: CrossCut says the public needs to be educated on how great the safe injection sites will be, many tech companies are discriminating against possible employeeâ€™s based on their political beliefs, Toddâ€™s political theater â€“ an employer searches for a marginalization for a white man so they can hire them, the media loves repeating the phrase Trump said behind closed doors, Trump told Little Haiti they are great people in 2016, On a Personal Note â€“ Todd asks listeners to donate to the McCartney family.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
3 PM: The legislature ignores voters once again on tax increases; Insleeâ€™s carbon tax does not include fuel for many industries, the Hurst decision is still holding up the legislature, Trump uses bad language to refer to third world countries, Rand Paul is right to question FISA, WSDOT says the train that killed three people shouldnâ€™t have been running yet, Just a Few More Things â€“ Lizzie Warren is petrified on the possibility of an Oprah POTUS run.
4 PM: The tax on employeeâ€™s is leading to less jobs, State Farm is leaving Tacoma, the first legislative sessions continues to block rural water rights, Progressive Myths crushed â€“ itâ€™s harder to buy guns than people the left portrays, the Feds were 0 for 72 attempting to illegally buy guns, The Federalist Co-Founder Sean Davis joins the show to talk about Google messing with their site, Listener letters â€“ a listener suggests a Seattle soda party.
5 PM: Morning host Jason Rantz stops by to talk about a local Subway owner whoâ€™s being threatened for refusing to sell footlongâ€™s at a promotional price, The Stranger is upset bike racks are being used to block homeless camps, the republican party needs a Chief Emotional Officer to pull on peopleâ€™s heart strings, Facts Matter â€“ The Fusion GPS testimony reveals client lawyer privilege was used to hide information, possibly to launder money, On a Personal Note -Â Â Todd talks about gaining instant respect for a man after he interrupts a customer yelling at a restaurant staff.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
3 PM: Michael Medved joins Todd to talk about Insleeâ€™s carbon tax, who the next state GOP chair will be, the DACA debate, Todd digs through the suit against Google, the fired employee didnâ€™t break any google rules and was supportive of minority hiring, Just a Few More Things â€“ Wolff caught making assumptions about Trump again.
Â 4 PM: Hoquiam honors Daniel McCartney, Ed Troyer releases new facts about the shooting, many bad actors at the FBI are being reassigned, Trump continues to push for his wall, Listener Letters â€“ a listener suggests an anti-carbon-tax ad with people exhaling.
5 PM: The Seattle task force for job creation has no job creators on it, the DACA debate continues, a city in California is attempting to sue Exxon, Sue and settle is a scam that allows environmental agencies to get around the law, cryptocurrency is worth something because you can use it to buy things and itâ€™s hard to trace, On a Personal Note â€“ Todd talks about his first time driving a race car.