CarlsonCast March6--6am hour

KVI's John Carlson examines a new batch of Federal border security statistics that show apprehensions on the US/Mexico border have spiked in the last year. In this file photo, migrants jump the border fence to get into the U.S. side to San Diego, Calif., from Tijuana, Mexico, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)

6am hour -- an idea for outdoors enthusiasts to have some fun at Taco Bell, Google wanted to insure they weren't underpaying women and people of color and discovered something unexpected, a dying man wants to meet Pres. Trump,

a Federal complaint is filed about campaign money involving AOC's chief of staff, why isn't this campaign-related allegation getting any mass media attention?,

GUEST: Center for Immigration Studies (, executive director Mark Krikorian, new federal stats say border apprehensions have doubled in the last year hitting a 10 year high, how does this impact Trump's emergency declaration, 8th DUI charge for a WA man caught in Seattle prompts demand to do what Alaska does to discourage and punish DUI.

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