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  • Kirby Nation-Real Science with Dr. Alex Berezow

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    Kirby talks with Dr. Alex Berezow in this episode of "Real Science".
  • KirbyCast June 18-4pm hour

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    We learn that 'late night' bingo is a popular thing-after a 70 year old woman gets attacked, cheap meth is back, "This Day in History" and our guest is Dr. Roger Stark from the Washington Policy Center on his latest article.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June18, 2019

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    Its time for US Supreme Court decisions to be released, look at the latest ruling on "double jeopardy" which involved a conservative and liberal justice lining up on the same side of an argument, also there's a unique liberal-conservative coalition joining for an opinion on a 'gerrymandering' case, some pending rulings expected this week will be more likely to take the 5-4 conservative-leaning split, Gov.
  • CarlsonCast June18--8am hour

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    8am hour -- new book (by a Pulitzer winning author) alleges Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knew about rapes of women and other abuses, do the the flaws of heroic American (political) figures diminish their landmark achievements, a KVI caller raises the question about Rev. Dr. King's legacy amid the #MeToo movement, the response to Gov.
  • CarlsonCast June18--7am hour

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    7am hour -- Orlando FL looking like parts of Seattle today due to Pres. Trump, continuation of last hour's story on the Vancouver WA high school that barred a senior from walking at graduation ceremony for what he said at an assembly, was this student over the line or did the wild applause give credence to his critical comments, King Co.
  • CarlsonCast June18--6am hour

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    6am hour -- rain actually arrived sooner than predicted, Trump supporters are lining up two days in advance in Florida, an MSNBC veteran talks honestly about the abortion debate and the problems if Democrats nominate Bernie Sanders to run against Trump,KVI's Kirby Wilbur just responded to a tweet by a 2020 Presidential candidate, I-1648 signature gathering has less than 40 days, GUEST: Wenatchee former St. Rep. Cary Condotta talks about what I-1648 would mean for recent tax hikes signed by Gov.
  • KirbyCast June 17-5pm hour

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    Kirby talks about Initiatives1648 and referendum 88-a shooting in Seattle today gets a comparison to Chicago since Kirby was just there, plus the City of Lacey has banned homeless camping.
  • KirbyCast June 17-4pm hour

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    Kirby dives into the story about the U-505-the German submarine that was captured by Americans-and we hear from a listener whose Dad was on the boat, more talk about Chicago and the Budweiser 'Dad' commercial.
  • KirbyCast June 17-3pm hour

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    Kirby talks about his Chicago trip and gives us a recap of his time spent with his son, the really emotional Budweiser Ad that is making everyone cry and our guest is Jason Mercier from the Washington Policy Center talking about the problem of local governments refusing to be audited.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June17, 2019

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    Compare how Spokane County is handling drug offense prosecutions to King County and the resulting homelessness levels, Seattle's most famous meth-head is released from jail and the release doesn't require any sort of drug treatment supervision.
  • CarlsonCast June17--6am hour

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    6am hour -- wildlife officials have an unusual request for water front land owners on Puget Sound, Federal Way house now hit for a fourth time by reckless (and drunk) drivers, GUEST: ABC's Pierre Thomas anchors new five part original series about attacks on worshipers at US synagogue and churches, how are these congregations overcoming the horror and the tragedy?
  • Kirby Nation-Real Science with Dr. Alex Berezow

    ...- KVI Staff
    Kirby talks with Dr. Alex Berezow in this episode of "Real Science".
  • KirbyCast June 18-4pm hour

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    We learn that 'late night' bingo is a popular thing-after a 70 year old woman gets attacked, cheap meth is back, "This Day in History" and our guest is Dr. Roger Stark from the Washington Policy Center on his latest article.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June18, 2019

    ...- KVI Staff
    Its time for US Supreme Court decisions to be released, look at the latest ruling on "double jeopardy" which involved a conservative and liberal justice lining up on the same side of an argument, also there's a unique liberal-conservative coalition joining for an opinion on a 'gerrymandering' case, some pending rulings expected this week will be more likely to take the 5-4 conservative-leaning split, Gov.
  • CarlsonCast June18--8am hour

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    8am hour -- new book (by a Pulitzer winning author) alleges Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knew about rapes of women and other abuses, do the the flaws of heroic American (political) figures diminish their landmark achievements, a KVI caller raises the question about Rev. Dr. King's legacy amid the #MeToo movement, the response to Gov.
  • CarlsonCast June18--7am hour

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    7am hour -- Orlando FL looking like parts of Seattle today due to Pres. Trump, continuation of last hour's story on the Vancouver WA high school that barred a senior from walking at graduation ceremony for what he said at an assembly, was this student over the line or did the wild applause give credence to his critical comments, King Co.
  • CarlsonCast June18--6am hour

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    6am hour -- rain actually arrived sooner than predicted, Trump supporters are lining up two days in advance in Florida, an MSNBC veteran talks honestly about the abortion debate and the problems if Democrats nominate Bernie Sanders to run against Trump,KVI's Kirby Wilbur just responded to a tweet by a 2020 Presidential candidate, I-1648 signature gathering has less than 40 days, GUEST: Wenatchee former St. Rep. Cary Condotta talks about what I-1648 would mean for recent tax hikes signed by Gov.
  • KirbyCast June 17-5pm hour

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    Kirby talks about Initiatives1648 and referendum 88-a shooting in Seattle today gets a comparison to Chicago since Kirby was just there, plus the City of Lacey has banned homeless camping.
  • KirbyCast June 17-4pm hour

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    Kirby dives into the story about the U-505-the German submarine that was captured by Americans-and we hear from a listener whose Dad was on the boat, more talk about Chicago and the Budweiser 'Dad' commercial.
  • KirbyCast June 17-3pm hour

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    Kirby talks about his Chicago trip and gives us a recap of his time spent with his son, the really emotional Budweiser Ad that is making everyone cry and our guest is Jason Mercier from the Washington Policy Center talking about the problem of local governments refusing to be audited.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June17, 2019

    ...- KVI Staff
    Compare how Spokane County is handling drug offense prosecutions to King County and the resulting homelessness levels, Seattle's most famous meth-head is released from jail and the release doesn't require any sort of drug treatment supervision.
  • CarlsonCast June17--6am hour

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    6am hour -- wildlife officials have an unusual request for water front land owners on Puget Sound, Federal Way house now hit for a fourth time by reckless (and drunk) drivers, GUEST: ABC's Pierre Thomas anchors new five part original series about attacks on worshipers at US synagogue and churches, how are these congregations overcoming the horror and the tragedy?
  • CarlsonCast June14--7am hour

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    7am hour -- your first chance today to win $500 in free gasoline, the riot in Memphis that hospitalized 6 cops after a police involved shooting of a black man with a fugitive arrest warrant, your chance to decide the Sound Transit light rail path from Federal Way to Tacoma.
  • CarlsonCast June14--6am hour

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    6am hour -- Trump Administration accuses Iran of bombing two oil tankers in Strait of Hormuz (Persian Gulf), an update on Ralph Peters theory yesterday that the tankers could have been a "double game" by the Saudis, an unprecedented finish to last night's NBA Championship game and the new face of the NBA taking over LeBron James's spot, Trump's most outspoken advisor accused of violating the Hatch Act.
  • KirbyCast June 13-5pm hour

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    Callers talk voiter registration, the women's soccer controversy, how easy our borders are and Father's Day is coming up this weekend.
  • KirbyCast June 13-4pm hour

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    Kirby discusses the Presidential field and that leads to a discussion about Bernie Sanders, Kirby's guest this hour is Max Nelson from the Freedom Foundation and hegives us an update on their work w/the federal government to stop the illegal deduction of union dues from Medicaid payments to home caregivers.
  • KirbyCast June 13-3pm hour

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    Kirby talks about the Virginia Beach shooting, callers want to talk about the left and the reactions to mentally ill people and homeless people, Dr. Alex Berezow with 'Real Science" and the bestselling author of 'Divine Plan'-Paul Kengor is our guest.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June13, 2019

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    The history leading up to the fateful speech by President Ronald Reagan at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin, Germany 32 years ago that ended the Cold War with the Soviet Union.
  • CarlsonCast June13--8am hour

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    8am hour -- the possible "double-game" involved in this morning's attack on two oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, how the trust factor with the US and Saudi Arabia is on shaky ground, GUEST: R-88 campaign organizer from Washington Asians For Equality, Linda Yang, joins Carlson for an update on the signature gathering phase to force a vote on I-1000.
  • CarlsonCast June13--7am hour

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    7am hour -- thankfully Bainbridge Island city councilmembers vote down colleague's plan to diminish Father's Day honors, how the Bainbridge Island story ties in to the grim statistical trajectory of Social Security payments (and funding), a Vancouver BC store tries to bag shame customers who ask for plastic bags, a KVI caller disagrees with Carlson's take on the Bainbridge Island story, GUEST: author on new book about Pres. Theodore Roosevelt, Clay Risen, the book about T. R.
  • KirbyCast June 12-5pm hour

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    Do you know what a 'Deep Fake' is yet-Kirby tells you why you should, plus stories of everyday Americans that use their 2nd Amendment rights to protect themselves and their families-in 'Good Guy with a Gun".
  • KirbyCast June 12-4pm hour

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    Kirby talks about a horrific story of a murder by a 15 year old that should be tried as an adult, the famous speech made by Ronald Reagan about 'tearing down the wall' and callers talk about golf courses and housing for the homeless.
  • KirbyCast June 12-3pm hour

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    Kirby talks to lawyer Ethan Blevins with the Pacific Legal Foundation about the landlord tenant laws and then KOMO TV Reporter Matt Markovich stops by the studio to talk about the City of Seattle cracking down on junker RV's on the streets.
  • CarlsonCast June12--7am hour

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    7am hour -- John Carlson in for John Carlson: the lawsuit against a proudly liberal college that will cost the school millions of dollars in legal judgements after students decided to slur a bakery cafe that caught students shoplifting, how the student behavior at this college mirrors the behavior of Evergreen State College students,
  • CarlsonCast June12--6am hour

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    6am hour -- John Carlson in for John Carlson: an opening story about John's Normandy trip for D-Day at Omaha and Juno Beaches, the logistics of the Trump D-Day speech with 23 world leaders and no freeways, the Jeep crash that mortally wounded Gen. George Patton at Battle of the Bulge, why Trump campaign thinks they might be able to win Oregon in 2020 election, KVI exclusive update on the investigation into the murder of Kittitas Co.
  • "And Another Thing..." podcast June12, 2019

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    Disappointment in the new Elton John movie "Rocket Man", the drama in Elton John's life compared to the music in his life, (warning: spoiler alerts), compare and contrast with what worked so well in "Bohemian Rhapsody", some fake news in the movie about Elton John's father, a KVI inside story about an upcoming bio-pic involving a 1960s rock band from Tacoma recently enshrined in the Rock Hall of Fame, some funny notes to finish the podcast about the rock band Kiss.
  • KirbyCast June 11-5pm hour

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    Kirby shares more dire predictions that turned out to not be true, more conversations about homelessness and the slices of Albert Einstein's brain that are held in a museum in Philadelphia that show why he was different.
  • KirbyCast June 11-4pm hour

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    Kirby's guest is Ari Hoffman who is running for a seat on the Seattle City Council and you won't believe what he has to tell us, "This Day in History and what Kirby is recommending the Democrats don't do in 2020.
  • KirbyCast June 11-3pm hour

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    This is fun-Kirby takes a look at predictions made by people that did not come true, plus Dr. Alex Berezow is back from his trip to Philadelphia and he has a few stories to share with everyone.
  • CarlsonCast June11--8am hour

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    8am hour -- David Boze in for John Carlson: Democrat tries to slam Trump but Trump might embrace it, a former WA lawmaker's blog is required reading for anyone who drives or does business in WA, 60% of WA transportation spending goes to mass transit yet mass transit only accounts for 4% of all commuter trips, two libraries in Pierce Co.
  • CarlsonCast June11--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for John Carlson: Seattle yoga instructor's ultra-politically correct classes are designed to combat the "pathology of whiteness", how this reconnects to the Black Lives Matter movement, how the yoga instructor story intersects with the Richland florist's religious freedom legal case.
  • KirbyCast June 10-5pm hour

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    Kirby talks to attorney Jon Cushman about his suit against the City of Olympia for neglecting to deal with the homeless problem, Michelle Obama on playing 'oppressive dodgeball' and there is another shooting in Renton.
  • KirbyCast June 10-4pm hour

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    Another shooting in Seatac, 'This Day in History"- and Kirby's guest is Liv Finne from the Washington Policy Center about the closing of two WA state charter schools—why it happened and how anti-choice forces are hoping for more.
  • KirbyCast June 10-3pm hour

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    Kirby talks to attorney Jon Cushman about his suit against the City of Olympia forneglecting to deal with the homeless problem, the current 'birth strike" and a neat story about a man named Geoff who came to the US and wanted to find a flag.
  • CarlsonCast  June10--8am hour

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    8am hour -- David Carlson in for John Boze. Wait. Revise that.
  • CarlsonCast June10--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for John Carlson: $500 in free gasoline contest keyword, new poll on Trump economy shows 45% still disapprove of Trump, so what does it take for those 45% to think an economy is strong?? , a 1% polling Democrat 2020 candidate compares all the Democrats to The Avengers comic/movie super heroes, why do all the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates avoid talking about homelessness problems (especially candidates from the West Coast)?
  • KirbyCast June 7-5pm hour

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    A story shocks Kirby, lots of D-Day stories and today's kids and their perception of reality, plus more fromAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
  • KirbyCast June 7-4pm hour

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    It's Friday so Kirby has some fun with the '6 rules for flying'-basically don't be gross and rude on a plane, a caller talks exports to Mexico and Kirby's guest this hour is Tim Snowball from the Pacific Legal Foundation. You can read his latest article HERE.
  • KirbyCast June 7-3pm hour

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    Kirby's guest is James Croone from the Union Gospel Mission and he updates us on what they are working on right now, the latest misstep from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Mike Stall talks about the Tech Roanoke conference coming up.
  • CarlsonCast June7--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: Free Gas (and Donuts) Friday!
  • CarlsonCast June7--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: Joe Biden Hyde Amendment reversal shows how far he's bending to fit in with shifting Democrats, how Inslee's campaign is impacted by Biden's flip-flop, jazz rock musician Dr.
  • KirbyCast June 6-5pm hour

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    This hour is pretty much dedicated to remembering what happened on the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago-the largestamphibious assault by the United States-we remember and honor all those who were involved in what we call "D-Day".
  • KirbyCast June 6-4pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour is Max Nelson,Director of Labor Policy for the Freedom Foundation, we learn about the last group to play the Ed Sullivan Show in "This Day in History" and the observation of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.
  • KirbyCast June 6-3pm hour

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    Breaking news from the Washington State Supreme court on theBarronelle Stutzman case regarding Arlene's Flowers, cities are starting to rebel against electric scooters after people have been injured or in rare cases-killed while riding them.
  • Effort begins to force statewide vote on affirmative action policies

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    The political battle over affirmative action, racial preferences and quotas enters a new phase in Washington. Organizers of Referendum-88 will begin a signature gathering drive to force a statewide vote on I-1000, which was just approved by the Washington Legislature at the end of the session in April. R-88 has until July 27th to submit 130,000 valid signatures from registered Washington voters. I-1000 reverses a voter approved Initiative-200 from 1998.
  • CarlsonCast June6--8am hour

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    8am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: stirring moments with living WWII veterans attending today's 75th D-Day invasion anniversary today, a CNN reporter surprises viewers with his reaction to Trump's Normandy speech today, Speaker Pelosi tells senior House Democrats she wants to see Trump in prison, a 2020 Presidential candidate wants to lower voting age to 16. GUEST: organizer of Washington Asians for Equality, Linda Yang.
  • CarlsonCast June6--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: 75 yrs ago the world and freedom were hanging in the balance, a 2020 Presidential candidate says climate change battle is as big as WWII, bad news for the Jay Inslee 2020 Presidential campaign, lady bug swarm near San Diego shows up on the doppler radar!
  • CarlsonCast June6--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: CNN anti-Trump reporter begrudgingly praises President's D-Day anniversary speech, an American WWII paratrooper recalls flying out of Britain and over looking the northern France beaches 75 yrs ago, CNN poll says 54% of Americans think Trump will win re-election, will Republican stronghold of Texas really vote Democrat for 2020 Presidential election?
  • KirbyCast June 5-5pm hour

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    Kirby shares the stories of average Americans who defend themselves and their families using their 2nd Amendment rights and other stories of the day.
  • KirbyCast June 5-4pm hour

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    Kirby talks with a loyal listener with stories to tell, we talk about the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square and the rallies being held, plus details on the Roanoke tech conference.
  • KirbyCast June 5-3pm hour

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    What San Francisco is doing to combat their problem with people on the streets, Kirby's guest this hour is Lt Col. Harry Stewart about the book "Soaring to Glory: A Tuskegee Airman's Firsthand Account of World War II. "
  • Kirby Nation-author Harry Stewart

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    Lt. Col. Harry Stewart is one of only a few living WWII Tuskegee pilots and is about to launch the story of how he and his fellow airmen risked their lives to shoot down Nazis all over Europe while fighting racial prejudice both at home and in the air in Soaring to Glory: A Tuskegee Airman’s Firsthand Account of World War II.
  • CarlsonCast June5--8am hour

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    8am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: local connections from WA in France today for 75th D-Day anniversary commemorations/re-enactments, the segregated 2000 black American military combat unit's mission on D-Day 1944, how many blue tarps of homeless drug vagrants will it take for Seattle voters to knock out city council members exacerbating the crime/homeless problems? , new poll says more than half of Seattleites favor a zero-tolerance policy on homeless camping in city parks.
  • CarlsonCast June5--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: Florida deputy now charged with culpable negligence and child neglect for not confronting MSDHS shooter , how deputy Scott Peterson froze and did nothing when students were targeted, Rep.
  • CarlsonCast June5--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: Spokane Sheriff now saying Gov. Inslee should be arrested for signing new 'sanctuary state' law, Joe Biden accused of plagiarizing climate change plan, Boze recounts a pedestrian problem he experienced before the show this morning in Seattle, two more WA sheriffs say they won't enforce new 'sanctuary state' law signed by Gov. Inslee, the unique way KVI's Lars Larson arrived at a Zager and Evans musical reference at 6:52am.
  • KirbyCast June 4-5pm hour

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    We continue celebrating Kirby's work anniversary-one year since moving to afternoons and when the issue of Initiative 1639 comes up-our phones light up. Plus special guest John Holschen the owner of West Coast Armory North.
  • KirbyCast June 4-4pm hour

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    This hour is all over the map-topic wise- everything from real estate in Texas, to the guy who thinks we need to get rid of all lawnmowers and the resurgence of diseases that are appearing in homeless camps.
  • KirbyCast June 4-3pm hour

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    It has been one year since Kirby moved to afternoons on KVI and we are celebrating with giveaways, stories of the day and his guest is Katie Daviscourt, a young woman attending South Seattle College-and she shares another story about being harassed on campus because she is a conservative.
  • Kirby Nation-author Clay Risen

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    Kirby interviewsClay Risen, the deputy op-ed editor at The New York Times about his new book:The Crowded Hour: Theodore Roosevelt, the Rough Riders, and the Dawn of the American Century.
  • CarlsonCast June4--7am hour

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    7am hour--Kirby in for Carlson: GUEST: Seattle native and resident, Bill Harmon , works for the city parks department but is fed up and moving his family out of the city, he doesn't want to raise his kids with homeless camps surrounding his house in Lake City area, hoping to sell his house after city finally sweeps a problem homeless camp, end of an era on Jeopardy as long-time winner loses before breaking Ken Jennings record,
  • CarlsonCast June4--6am hour

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    6am --Kirby in for Carlson: breaking news about a child kidnapping suspect in south Seattle now in custody has 4 felonies and over 100 arrests, how was this suspect still on the streets?
  • KirbyCast June 3-5pm hour

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    One of the news stories of the day makes Kirbyincensed-and that gets the phones ringing with many different thoughts and ideas from callers.
  • KirbyCast June 3-4pm hour

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    Kirby shares a new favorite TV show, John Hickenlooper gets booed offstage after talking about Socialism, "This Day in History" plus our guests are Mariya Frost and Time Eyeman.
  • KirbyCast June 3-3pm hour

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    Kirby wishes John Carlson a very Happy milestone Birthday, then talks about what happened with the Virginia Beach shooting and the blowback regarding guns plus a moment where the recurring awful traffic makes him ask if Tama just runs the same recording over and over.
  • CarlsonCast June3--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: after a cougar almost attacks a 4 yr old at a city park in Leavenworth David shares an intense story about coming face to face with a cougar while deer hunting, Mayor Pete wants to expand SCOTUS to 15 justices,Catholic Bishop tweets reminder about not supporting gay pride, props to UW women's rowing for winning three national championships!
  • CarlsonCast June3--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: Trump state visit to Britain including royal family spurs question about the American Duchess Megan Markle, news media misportrays part of Trump's comment about her criticism of him, flight from Everett's Paine Field to Normandy, France for this week's 75th Anniversary of D-Day invasion.
  • Seattle city employee selling home, moving family out due to homeless mess

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    A Seattle Parks Department employee tells KOMO he's selling his family's home and moving them out of the city because of the homeless mess in their Lake City neighborhood. KVI's Kirby Wilbur interviewed the life-long Seattle resident, Bill Harmon, about the frustration that prompted his decision to flee Seattle. "There's multiple things that are leading us to move but this state of the city," Harmon says, "its nothing I wanna bring a kid up in. Ya know what I mean?
  • KirbyCast May 31-5pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour is Ari Hoffman-who is running for a City Council seat, plus we talk charter schools, the National Spelling Bee and hear about a crazy bail/protection order story.
  • KirbyCast May 31-3pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour isDan Edmonson-from Union Gospel Mission, callers talk student loans and we get a call from a listener who needs help-she is about to be homeless and Kirby provides what help he can for her.
  • KirbyCast May 31-4pm hour

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    Kirby interviews Dan Gabriel about his film-Mosul, we get an update on the shooting event in Virginia Beach, callers want to talk about Obama and our feature-"This Day in History".
  • Kirby Nation-Dan Gabriel

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    Kirby interviews writer and director Dan Gabriel about his film: Mosul:The gritty, thrilling story of local militias and uneasy allies who banded together to liberate Iraq's second-largest city of 1. 3 million people from ISIS in 2017.
  • CarlsonCast May31--8am hour

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    8am hour -- David Boze in for CarlsonGUEST: Spokane Co. Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich per new sanctuary state law and local LEOs complying with federal detainers for illegal aliens on criminal warrants, sheriff candidly says progressives and socialists are trying to portray criminals and law breakers as victims, a new drug bust in Seattle with some alarming red flags, should an empty portion of the Pierce Co. jail be used to house homeless?
  • CarlsonCast May31--7am hour

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    7am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: how to win $500 in free gasoline, GUEST: Agriculture (Agri-business) Research Director at WPC, Pamela Lewison, talks about what Trump's new 5% Mexico tariff means for WA, unprecedented end to national spelling bee competition,
  • CarlsonCast May31--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for Carlson: tragedy on Mt.
  • KirbyCast May 30-5pm hour

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    This is a fun hour-as Kirby's friend Benny Johnson, CCO of Turning Point, joins us live in studio. His experiences with President Trump, students and more.
  • KirbyCast May 30-4pm hour

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    Kirby talks about how homeless people just walk into stores and take things-employees are told not to do anything about it, we learn about the smallest baby ever born and Meryl Streep weighs in on 'toxic masculinity'.
  • KirbyCast May 30-3pm hour

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    Kirby asks listeners about what they think of the 'covering up' of the vessel US McCain during the President's recent visit to Japan, in 'Real Science with Dr B" he tackles the Everett controversy and the 'socialist countries' and minimum wage.
  • CarlsonCast May30--8am hour

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    8am hour -- Gov. Inslee's 'wonky' brand in politics, but if Inslee really was 'wonky' he would prevent bureaucratic mistakes that keep happening, sheriff won't enforce Gov.
  • CarlsonCast May30--6am hour

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    6am hour -- David Boze in for John Carlson: what can be done to prevent another ferry boat/whale collision like the one earlier this week in Seattle's Elliot Bay? , Robert Mueller's verbal equivalent of the Rorschach Test, Trump tweet this morning stirs confusion about Russia allegations,smoke from Canadian wildfires could seep into WA today, Kent WA man guilty of threats to both Pres. Trump and Jews, KVI's Lars Larson finds something repellent from Supreme Court Justice RGB.
  • Sheriff says he won't abide by new 'sanctuary state' law

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    Spokane County's top law enforcement official, Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich, says he won't follow a new law signed by Gov. Jay Inslee that bans local law enforcement from asking about someone’s immigration status unless it’s part of a criminal investigation. The new law is known as a "sanctuary" protection which prevents local law enforcement from complying with federal detainer requests to hold illegal aliens after (a) criminal warrant(s) has been obtained.
  • Kirby Nation-Ralph Peters

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    Kirby interviews Ralph Peters about his latest book - Darkness at Chancellorsville is a novel of one of the most dramatic battles in American history, from the New York Times bestselling, three-time Boyd Award-winning author of the Battle Hymn Cycle.
  • KirbyCast May 29-5pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour is Ralph Peters- retired United States Army lieutenant colonel-and they talk Foreign Policy, comments on the Mueller report and Americans that protect themselves and their families by using their 2nd Amendment rights.
  • KirbyCast May 29-4pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour is Con Apostolopoulos-owner of Ellenos yogurt-that everyone loves- and he tells us about their situation with Sound Transit wanted to take their land to create the site for a 30-acre light rail maintenance yard. Our other guest is Kylla Lanier-Deputy Director of Truckers Against Trafficking.
  • KirbyCast May 29-3pm hour

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    Kirby's guest this hour is Nate Nehring he is the Snohomish County Council District 1 representative and he talks about some of the methods they are using to help with the drug, crime and homeless issues near Marysville and Arlington. Plus stories of average Americans using their 2nd Amendment rights to protect themselves and their families.
  • Kirby Nation-Truckers against Trafficking

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    Kirby talks with Kylla Lanier the Deputy Director of Truckers Against Trafficking-or TAT- is a nonprofit organization that trains truck drivers to recognize and report instances of human trafficking.
  • Compare and Contrast: Seattle City Councilmembers on guns vs. heroin

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    After a pair of shootings in South Seattle wounded a woman and two children under the age of 10, two Seattle City Council members spoke out about their desire for tougher gun laws. All three victims between the two shootings are expected to recover. KING 5 reports that Seattle city council woman Teresa Mosqueda said the new shootings "underscores the deep need to move forward" on gun violence prevention programs and restrictions on firearms.
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