Sherrie Pief of Complete Colorado joins Kim to share her investigative reporting on CDPHE’s treatment of a Colorado recycling business and Don Watkins of the Center for Industrial Progress and Kim have a conversation about the threat of energy poverty to poor and developing countries.
Susan Kochevar, entrepreneur and owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre, joins Kim to discuss government data collection.
Transportation expert and Cato Institute fellow Randal O’Toole joins Kim to explain why CDOT’s proposal to run a commuter rail from Pueblo to Fort Collins is a costly mistake.
Complete Colorado investigative reporter Scott Weiser discusses how Jeffco commissioners are trying to bypass TABOR and Kevin Flesh talks about why Red Flag laws are not a solution for mental health and violence issues.
Karen Kataline’s latest article examines how Leftism/Socialism is destructive to mental health. Kim and Karen discuss the ramifications of how mental health can be adversely affected by Leftist ideology.
There are two ways to amass wealth: you can make it or you can take it. In today’s show, Jay and Kim have a conversation about the compassion of capitalism and the cruelty of socialism.
Joshua Sharf and Kim take a look at how RTD users in lower-income brackets are subsidizing RTD for the benefit of the well-to-do.
Michael Fields explains that CDOT, not TABOR, is responsible for the waste and lack of progress on Colorado roads and Helen Raleigh compares Tienanmen Square and the Hong Kong protests.
Joshua Sharf joins Kim to discuss his Complete Colorado article: PERA’s Volatility Matters.
John Caldera torches Xcel for hypocrisy, Rose Pugliese defends the Electoral College and Rick Turnquist explains why TABOR matters.