Carl in the Morning

Carl in the Morning

United States, EnglishPolitics

CARL IN THE MORNING IS NOW STREAMING LIVE ONLINE AT XRAY.FM

Upcoming Broadcasts

02:00

Carl in the Morning is now available online at XRAY.fm
Add Reminder edit

On-Demand Episodes

01:59

Journalist and urbanist Greg Lindsay on "Project 100" in Las Vegas. Weasel of the Week!
02:00

Blue Brothers blogger Dylan Hydes on low-quality candidates for office. Portland Mercury's Denis Theriault on new crackdown against homeless.
01:57

Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio on President Obama's budget and Ukraine. Willamette Week's Nigel Jaquiss. Day in History: The Boston Massacre.
03:01

Right to Work for Less OFF Oregon ballot. Carl delivers Tuesday's "Silly Bastard" awards. OEA'sHanna Vaandering on Portland schools contract. Andy Pelosi, president of gunfreekids.org.
01:53

Latest on the standoff in Ukraine. John Platt of SaveHelvetia.org makes the case to preserve valuable farmland from unnecessary urban growth boundary expansion. Mary Nolan, VP of Family Care, Inc., the first Coordinated Care... more
02:00

Jason Renaud, producer of Alien Boy: The Life and Death of James Chasse. AFSCME's Ken Allen on minimum wage fight. Weasel of the Week!
02:01

Portland police and the homeless -- what you should know from The Mercury's Denis Theriault. Sports reporter Patrick Hruby on labor issues. Day in History: Carl praises a speech by Wendell Willkie!
02:01

Oregon Congressman Peter DeFazio. Keystone XL update from NRDC's Josh Mogerman. Willamette Week's Nigel Jaquiss with new anti-gay rights push in Oregon.
02:07

Conservation Director Steve Pederey on Oregon Wild's opposition to the logging plans before Congress. Human rights lawyer Dan Kovalik dissects the unrest in Venezuela. Carl has Tuesday's "Silly Bastards."
02:01

Center for Media and Democracy's Brendan Fischer on the Scott Walker investigations -- John Doe I and John Doe II. Blue Oregon's Carla Axtman "Spans the State." Good News Monday! Day in History: Andrew Johnson's impeachment.

Comments

 comments