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SUNDAY | September 1

Kim Kimball

Kim Kimball served in the Navy in WWII.  Kim also served in the Korean War which is known as the “Forgotten War.”

MONDAY | September 2

Burton Folsom

Happy Labor Day, a day where we should celebrate the labor of the risk-takers and entrepreneurs who built America. Monday Dr. Burton Folsom, Hillsdale College professor and author of The Myth of the Robber Barons, joins me. We’ll correct the narrative that these guys “stole” their wealth. They actually created goods and services that made every day, hard-working individual’s lives better. In doing so, they created wealth for themselves, their families and their workers.

TUESDAY | September 3

Stanley Thorne

Charleton Heston said, “There’s no such thing as a good gun. There’s no such thing as a bad gun. A gun in the hands of a bad man is a dangerous thing. A gun in the hands of a good person is no danger to anyone except the bad guy.” Tuesday fellow KLZ radio host and attorney, Stanley Thorne, joins me. We’ll dissect the real agenda and danger of Colorado’s Red Flag Law

WEDNESDAY | September 4

Angie Austin

Overcomer! Angie Austin is an overcomer She is also a fellow KLZ 560 talk show host. Behind this beautiful lady is the story of a woman overcoming a childhood of challenges. Wednesday, Angie shares her story of hard work and perseverance. Working seven days a week to put herself through college, doing jobs such as cleaning the morgue, Angie graduated with honors. She moved to Los Angeles to build a successful television news career. Now, Angie is a mother and host of two hit radio shows. Don’t miss Angie’s inspiring story!

THURSDAY | September 5

Phil Coutu

Is the socialized Canadian healthcare system really superior to the U.S.? Thursday, we’ll ask Phil Coutu, fellow KLZ Radio Host. Phil grew up in Canada and knows first hand that nothing is free. Taxes are high on goods and services. Canada is charging user fees to see an eye doctor and wait times are really long. Even though Phil received Manitoba’s Entrepreneur of the Year, he decided to move his roofing business to the land of opportunity, America.

FRIDAY | September 6

Jane Meagher

Scott Whatley

The Freedom Flowers are honoring 9/11 and raising money for the National Fallen Firefighters Federation supporting families of our fallen firefighters. It’s the 2019 Colorado 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb and a way to honor and remember the FDNY firefighters who gave their lives on 9/11. Jane Meagher, the founder of the Boulder Tapas & Topics Women’s Discussion Group, is organizing the Freedom Flowers team.

Hunting and Fishing are inherent to the circle of life. Conservation of wildlife helps keep herds healthy and reduces the possibility of animal starvation. Friday fellow KLZ radio host of Sportsman of Colorado & Haystack Help Radio, Scott Whatley, joins me. You’ll learn more about Scott’s shows and we’ll dissect the danger of Colorado’s Red Flag Law for sportsmen and sportswomen in Colorado. Tune into the conversation Friday.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | September 1

Kim Kimball

Kim Kimball served in the Navy in WWII.  Kim also served in the Korean War which is known as the “Forgotten War.”

MONDAY | September 2

Burton Folsom

Happy Labor Day, a day where we should celebrate the labor of the risk-takers and entrepreneurs who built America. Monday Dr. Burton Folsom, Hillsdale College professor and author of The Myth of the Robber Barons, joins me. We’ll correct the narrative that these guys “stole” their wealth. They actually created goods and services that made every day, hard-working individual’s lives better. In doing so, they created wealth for themselves, their families and their workers.

TUESDAY | September 3

Stanley Thorne

Charleton Heston said, “There’s no such thing as a good gun. There’s no such thing as a bad gun. A gun in the hands of a bad man is a dangerous thing. A gun in the hands of a good person is no danger to anyone except the bad guy.” Tuesday fellow KLZ radio host and attorney, Stanley Thorne, joins me. We’ll dissect the real agenda and danger of Colorado’s Red Flag Law

WEDNESDAY | September 4

Angie Austin

Overcomer! Angie Austin is an overcomer She is also a fellow KLZ 560 talk show host. Behind this beautiful lady is the story of a woman overcoming a childhood of challenges. Wednesday, Angie shares her story of hard work and perseverance. Working seven days a week to put herself through college, doing jobs such as cleaning the morgue, Angie graduated with honors. She moved to Los Angeles to build a successful television news career. Now, Angie is a mother and host of two hit radio shows. Don’t miss Angie’s inspiring story!

THURSDAY | September 5

Patti Kurgan

Free college. Presidential candidates are promoting free college and forgiving college debt.  As my father used to say, nothing’s free. Someone somewhere has to pay for it.  Kim Monson here.  Thursday, Patti Kurgan, the show’s research analyst and former member of the Pay Equity Commission, joins me. Patti will share her research on why college is so expensive.  

FRIDAY | September 6

Jane Meagher

Scott Whatley

The Freedom Flowers are honoring 9/11 and raising money for the National Fallen Firefighters Federation supporting families of our fallen firefighters. It’s the 2019 Colorado 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb and a way to honor and remember the FDNY firefighters who gave their lives on 9/11. Jane Meagher, the founder of the Boulder Tapas & Topics Women’s Discussion Group, is organizing the Freedom Flowers team.

Hunting and Fishing are inherent to the circle of life. Conservation of wildlife helps keep herds healthy and reduces the possibility of animal starvation. Friday fellow KLZ radio host of Sportsman of Colorado & Haystack Help Radio, Scott Whatley, joins me. You’ll learn more about Scott’s shows and we’ll dissect the danger of Colorado’s Red Flag Law for sportsmen and sportswomen in Colorado. Tune into the conversation Friday.

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