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LISTEN: John Carlson Show, March24--7am hour

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President Joe Biden e listed what he called "four historic crises:" the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, a reckoning on race and climate change when he took office in January. Not among them was a predicament that, according to ABC News, two months into his presidency, now poses a potent political threat: the growing number of migrants and unaccompanied children showing up on the southern border and filling federal facilities many times over their capacity. (photo: ABC News)

7am hour -- GUEST: executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, Mark Krikorian, discusses the current US/Mexico border policy problems, self reporting of minors crossing into the US (that may or may not be younger than 18), what should Republicans do about the border to impact the mid-term election vote?, Krikorian says "shine a light" to "prevent compliant (news) media" from burying the border story, how the US border crisis is like a game of musical chairs (involving 3rd party nationals), why Central American countries are the nexus of the US border problems.

A deep dive on Portland's protest problem(s) and how activism is destroying the once promising city, good news on one COVID front in WA: daily deaths the last month are below 20 in WA meanwhile WA ranks 44th in the nation in getting children back into classroom for K-12 instruction, why the Democrats are no longer the party of education, West Virginia's approach on (income) taxes compared to WA.

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