KTTH staff

KTTH staff

On voter ID laws and racial disparity

Ben Shapiro talks about the latest judicial interference in passing necessary voter ID laws, and how the left forces a racist view on America
8 years ago

Urge to dump unions in Washington?

David Boze reports on the desire among some workers in Washington to dump their big unions - and the requisite dues.
8 years ago

Cap college tuition, cap college costs

David Boze talks with a Spokane state senator about a radical plan to change the way students pay college tuition in Washington
8 years ago

U.S. slips in economic freedom ranking

For the first time ever, the U.S. has slipped out of the top 10 countries for economic freedom according to a Heritage Foundation study
8 years ago

Shapiro battles CEO Nick Hanauer over minimum wage

Ben Shapiro hosts a hot debate with Seattle venture capitalist Nick Hanauer over raising the minimum wage to $15.
8 years ago

$15 minimum wage and then what?

David Boze wonders if the $15 minimum wage is a modest gateway to more extreme socialist policies.
8 years ago

Ben Shapiro joins KTTH

One month after the Sandy Hook shooting, Ben Shapiro undid the liberal anti-gun argument on live TV.
8 years ago

Democrats think handing out money will ‘create jobs’ and give ‘hope’

Democrats have mounted an intense push to spend $6.4 billion to extend long-term unemployment benefits for three months, but conservatives are pushing back, questioning how it will be paid for and its economic usefulness.
8 years ago

The worst movies of 2013

Which movies were the biggest stinkers of 2013? Film critics - and friendly rivals - Michael Medved and Jeffrey Lyons discuss
8 years ago

After machinists vote, should state workers get 401Ks?

Boze wonders whether it would be a nice show of solidarity for state workers to take 401K retirement plans like Boeing workers did.
8 years ago

This is what economic destruction looks like?

Do machinist union leaders really think that accepting Boeing's contract offer would mean 'economic destruction'?
8 years ago

Minimum wage increase could hurt young people

David Boze welcomes American Commitment President Phil Kerpen to discuss how a minimum wage increase could lead to higher youth unemployment.
8 years ago

Are recent terror bombings a precursor to more attacks?

Terrorism expert Michael Rubin discusses the meaning of recent suicide bombings and what they mean for the Sochi Olympics and the West.
8 years ago

Yes, the ‘War on Christmas’ is worth fighting

Rabbi Daniel Lapin describes a growing anti-Christian sentiment in America, and why it can lead to the end of freedom.
8 years ago

Obama welcomes racy, anti-Wall Street film to White House

Obama got a visit from two Hollywood bigwigs this week who reportedly gifted him a copy of a new drug-and-sex filled anti-Wall Street film.
8 years ago

On tax increases, voters might be in the dark

Voters' guides are lacking key information refuting the need for tax increases - and one Washington group is taking action
8 years ago

Boze on Phil Robertson: opinions are our ‘cultural glue’

David Boze questions why the 'thought police' are coming down so hard on the "Duck Dynasty" star for answering a reporter's questions.
8 years ago

Reichart calls federal budget deal ‘decisive’

Bellevue Congressman Dave Reichart explains why the federal spending deal is 'decisive,' and why House Speaker John Boehner has lashed out at Tea Party groups
8 years ago

Paul Ryan for president? Poll numbers already stellar

Medved explains why positive poll numbers for Paul Ryan in an early presidential primary state are notable.
8 years ago

Think tank reveals labor union transparency push

An Olympia think tank wants to make union political activities, and reveals startling statistics about their political contributions.
8 years ago