Rank #1: May 1, 2018 - Hour 1
3 PM: May Day is here and we already have one arrest, Jim Comey says he would still be the FBI Director if Hillary won, a low minimum wage drives people to work their way up, a guest on MSNBC says if Mike Pence were president he would put gay people in concentration camps.
Rank #2: May 1, 2018 - Hour 2
4 PM: Ari Hoffman joins us to give us an update on the homelessness problem surrounding Jewish Cemeteries, Jon Tester was sending a message to other Trump nominees by attacking Ronny Jackson, while millennial men are leaving the democratic party in droves, Listener Letters.
Rank #3: May 1, 2018 - Hour 3
5 PM: Purple Heart recipients now have to pay more for their special license plate, Californians push back against the high gas tax, the New York Times writes an article on why Facebook should be regulated, On a Personal Note: Todd addresses everyone thinking about getting into politics.
Rank #4: May 2, 2018 - Hour 1
3 PM: Michael Medved sticks around to talk about the lack of May Day madness, Hillary Clinton says she lost because she is a capitalist, John McCain says he feels free to say anything now that he is serving his last term, cocaine Mitch is no trending on twitter thanks to an attack ad targeting McConnell.
Rank #5: April 30, 2018 - Hour 1
3 PM: Seattle taxes evils they do not want in their city, so clearly they do not want employees, Netanyahu says Iran has been hiding their nuclear research, government has tried to replace the church as the main provider for the poor, Dana Carvey jokes Trump should get the Nobel if he reaches peace in Korea.
Rank #6: April 30, 2018 - Hour 2
4 PM: Other cities have seen their drug and homeless problems go down while ours climbs, a former Clinton adviser says the Russia investigation is based on corruption, listener Tyler Miller joins the show to talk about his Initiative to allow those with concealed carry permits to carry on school campuses, Listener Letters.
Rank #7: April 30, 2018 - Hour 3
5 PM: The Cascade Bicycle Club is trying to force out a Ballard construction company to make way for a new bike trail along the Ballard waterfront, a company allows you to pay for someone to talk to women on Tinder for you, the correspondents dinner may finally turn the public against the media, On a Personal Note: Todd talks about how cruel teenagers can be.
Rank #8: April 27, 2018 - Hour 1
3 PM: Erika Nagy of Safe Seattle stops by to talk about her meeting with Mike O’Brien on the growing homelessness problem, Trump says North Korea played the US like a fiddle in the past, the Intelligence Committee says they did not feel Michael Flynn lied to them, a cry closet has been added to a college library.
Rank #9: April 27, 2018 - Hour 2
4 PM: Jay Inslee has another Gaffe on Bill Maher when he horribly misquoted MLK, a writer says in the future parents DNA would be combined to make designer babies, Kim Shepard of KIRO Radio stops by to give un update on the Jewish Cemetery homeless problems, Listener Letters.
Rank #10: April 27, 2018 - Hour 3
5 PM: Data Analyst Amber stops by to explain why the SPD crime statistics are not correct and how she has been working with them to get them corrected, it is a Progressive Myth that the government does not have enough money, the father of Alfie Evans read a statement thanking the hospital treating his boy, Todd says it was a essentially hostage statement , On a Personal Note: Todd talks about songs that bring back memories.