Deroy Murdock on Trump’s successes as President. Pam Long on the passage of SB20-163, School Entry Immunization. Samantha Koch on why she is a candidate for Denver’s House District 1.
Cody Hubley on the student loan crisis and the challenge it presents for conservatives. Jonathan Woodley on why he’s running for Colorado’s House of Representatives. Pam Long returns to continue the discussion on SB 20-163, School Entry Immunization.
Liz Peetz on how upcoming legislation could impact Denver’s affordable homes market. Karen Levine and Lorne Levy discuss Denver’s housing market and the very low interest rates affecting inventory. Kim discusses HB20-083, Prohibit Courthouse Civil Arrest. Pam Long and Kim continue the conversation on SB20-163, School Entry Immunization.
Josh Philipp of The Epoch Times joins Kim to discuss the revelation that the People’s Republic Army is behind the hacking of Equifax. Jason McBride takes a look at SB20-167, Electric Motor Vehicle Manufacture and Dealer. Pam Long joins Kim to discuss Colorado’s SB20-163, School Entry Immunization.
Kim and Producer Steve are joined by Susan Kochevar and Jen Hulan, show sponsors and insightful business owners, along with Patti Kurgan to discuss vote buying, bring your own wine to restaurants, minimum wage, 16 year olds voting, and other absolute-control policies espoused at the Capitol Golden Dome.
Colorado’s SB 20-163, School Entry Immunization RTD’s “Reimagine RTD” plan Derek Wilburn of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives on his People of Color Capitol Interns Program
Susan Harris and Kim have a conversation on the connection between mental health and physical health and why it is so important to stay positive, regardless of the negativity around you. William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management, joins Kim to discuss the move to Grand Junction. A look at Colorado’s HB 20-1155, Higher Efficiency New Construction Residence.
Mathew Durkin explains why he is running for District Attorney in Jefferson County. Jason McBride examines five early market indicators.
Kim and Producer Steve debate Colorado’s SB 20-085, Limit Mobile Electronic Devices While Driving. Sue Moore of the Republican Liberty Caucus with a look at proposed bills that contravene equality and personal responsibility. Peg Cage from MyColoradoGOP joins Kim to explain the caucus system.
Americans can achieve anything they set their minds to; repeal the Red Flag Law; coronavirus; preservation of your money and; Colorado candidates advocating for families and individual rights.
Tim Geitner talks about the importance of protecting parental rights. Christie Whaley and Kim discuss healing our country. A look at Nancy Pelosi’s shameful actions during President Trump’s State of the Union address.
Investigative Journalist Michael Sandoval Puts Denver’s Office of Sustainability Under the Magnifying Glass
Mobile electronic limitations; SOTU “Freedom unites the soul” and “Best is yet to come;” retirement planning can save you years of regret and; investigative journalism brings forth the radical agenda to ban all forms of natural gas and gas powered vehicles within the City and County of Denver.
Colorado SB-20-151, Administration of the RTD Regional Transportation Rob Natelson on why Alan Dershowitz is right about impeachment
Jay Davidson examines President Trump’s policy of deregulation and the impact it has had on fiscal policy and economic expansion. Former State Senator Tim Neville shares a partial list of proposed bills that infringe on individual liberties. Kim and Producer Steve unpack the new anti-lobbying rule put in place by Secretary of State Jenna Griswold.
Rick Rome and members of Liberty Toastmasters on how to unite a politically divided America.
Dr. Patrick Moore on the misinformation campaign regarding renewable energy sources. State Senate District 23 candidate Rupert Parchment discusses why he is running for office. A look at Colorado HB 20-1151, Expand Authority for Regional Transportation Improvements.
Kim and Producer Steve ask what will the Douglas County commissioners do with all the additional revenue that will be generated with property tax bills increasing 25-30%. A discussion of Colorado HB 20-1149, which will allow 16-year olds to vote. Frank Gaffney joins Kim for a conversation on the Harvard professor arrested for his secret connection and financial support from China. Frank and Kim talk about the revolutionary way Trump has used Twitter to let the Iranian people know the U.S. supports them — and not their corrupt government.
Dr. Brian Domitrivic on why The Fed needs to cease operations. Kim and Producer Steve examine SB 20-004, Get On Your Feet Student Loan Repayment Assistance Program. Government mandates are closing businesses and pushing them out of Colorado — a discussion on Lucky Markets, the TreadShare app, and more. Jason McBride continues his explanation of why buying low and selling high is not as easy as it might seem.
Rapper Reggie Carr joins Kim to explain why he’s a Trumpster. Guiliana Day on her experiences with Socialism in Peru and her work on the Due Date Too Late ballot initiative, which seeks to curb Colorado’s lack of abortion restrictions. Sue Moore of the Republican Liberty Caucus discusses proposed bills that violate limited government.
Guest Ben Martin joins Kim and producer Steve to discuss what it means to be a patriot Jefferson County inmate release Politician’s punishing voters by taking away essential services Jason McBride finishes his discussion on investing in 2019’s stock market losers
Rick Enstrom and Kim have a conversation on the misguided push to reintroduce grey wolves to Colorado. Priscilla Rahn, a candidate for CU Regent, joins Kim to discuss her candidacy.
Don’t need force to implement “good” policy, Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office release inmates, “finding criminals who have the money,” impeachment, planned parenthood’s political campaign, annuities, and “fees” on plastic bags is about the economy, not the climate.
Kim meets Antifa at MLK parade, Virginia gun rally peaceful despite prior day’s media blitz to the contrary, 2019 final housing market report, possible “cheap” industry for investing, and illegal spying of journalist Sharyl Attkinsson.
Are “rights” given to us by the U.N.?, new FAMLI proposal, people at risk as City of Denver ignores ICE, repeal of the death penalty, the market continues to climb, ownership of federal lands, and Supreme Court case regarding school choice.
Rick Turnquist explains why Colorado can’t afford the FAMLI bill.
Nefarious and naive, articles of Impeachment delivered, Sharyl Attkinsson files suit against Rod Rosenstein in spying scandal, homeschooling and student loan repayment costs covered in SECURE Act, Rev. C.L. Bryant: Trump support from the black community.
Minimum wage policy is costly and will contribute to loss of employment, the “Youth Unemployment Act,” IRA stretch is eliminated, and the worst Colorado bills introduced the first three days of Colorado’s 2020 legislative session.
Former Gov. Hickenlooper’s use of 2003 federal funds used for legal defense, college piggy banks for newborns and adopted children in Colorado, potential forgiveness of debt for college graduates, tracking 2020 Colorado bills, the SECURE Act and minimum wage.
A look at progressive income tax and whether or not it is reasonable. Joe Otto of Conservative Daily has a discussion with Kim on minimum wage, second amendment rights, healthcare, and more.
Kelly Sloan talks about to expect in Colorado’s 2020 legislative session. Brad Beck shares the story of Erie, Colorado’s million-dollar bridge payment debacle.
Representative Dave Williams talks about his townhall following the Stand for Colorado rally and the bill he will introduce on full disclosure of vaccination information. Jason McBride questions three indicators used at the start of the year to forecast the market. Jason also dissects a misleading report from CNBC on the growth of China’s economy.
Stand for Colorado speakers Dr. Jill Vecchio, Sherrona Bishop and Patti Kurgan join Kim before the Stand for Colorado Rally at the Capitol. Coloradans love camping…but did anyone expect Denver to turn into a tent city? Micheal Moore sinks to a new low with his bonkers apology to Iran’s Supreme Leader.
Stand for Colorado speakers Amy Oliver Cook, Beth Fisher, Giuliana Day, and Natalie Menten Ricky Gervais’s Golden Globes speech hurt some liberal feelings in Hollywood and elsewhere—was is it a “right wing” attack? Jason McBride talks about the SECURE Act and the federal retirement changes that just went into effect.
Stand for Colorado speakers Nicole Hunt, Carolyn Martin, and Megan Kirk join Kim to speak about religious freedom, homeschooling, and medical freedom. Stand for Colorado is January 8th, at 11 am, at the west steps of the Colorado Capitol building. Producer Steve and Kim take a look at the radical left’s grief for the death of the evil Iranian commander Soleimani.
Stand for Colorado Speakers Cindi Peck and Brita Horn discuss why they are Standing for Colorado. Surprise guest William Perry Pendley drops in to talk about why the BLM HQ needs to be in the West. Producer Steve and Kim continue their conversation on Governor Polis and the differences between his words and actions.
Christine Coleman and Lauren Boebert join Kim to share why they are Standing for Colorado on January 8th at the Denver Capitol. Trump vows that the Baghdad Embassy attack will “never, ever be a Benghazi.” Governor Polis wrote an op-ed taking credit for saving Coloradans money. Is it true?
Historian Ben Martin wraps up his yearly look at The Federalist Papers.
Every December Jason McBride handpicks the year’s Santa Stocks and shares them just before Christmas. Kim and Jason discuss this year’s Santa Stock picks.
Joseph Pearce of the Imaginative Conservative joins Kim to discuss the wonderful G.K. Chesterton. A look at the Democrat’s impeachment of President Trump.
Roger Bianco discusses the destruction of Leo Lech’s home by Greenwood Village Police and the court decision on compensation. A look at the stark contrast between immigrant and Daniels’ Fund scholar Aluel Doldol and Denver City Councilwoman Candi Cdebaca.
Former State Senator Kevin Lundberg and Kim have a discussion on SB-181 and Oil and Gas in Colorado. Rob Natelson talks about the impeachment standard.
Hear ye, hear ye! King Polis thinks you should drive a Prius instead of an SUV. Mathew Groves of the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association on the executive orders of former Governor and Governor Polis and how that will impact your wallet and your vehicle choices.
Small business owners Susan Kochevar and Patti Kurgan take a hard look at the consequences for Single-Payer healthcare, forced minimum wage, and the FAMLI leave Act. Producer Steve and Kim examine how the Democrats are using the impeachment process to attack President Trump’s reelection efforts.
It’s Colorado Gives Day! Karen Levine and Lorne Levy discuss their favorite places to give along with good news for Coloradan Millennials looking to buy a home.
Dr. Laura Schlessinger joins Kim to discuss her new book, Love & Life. There’s a little surprise in this episode…don’t miss it!
Congressman Ken Buck joins Kim to discuss the House Impeachment Inquiry Hearing. Don Watkins and Kim have a conversation on the unintended consequences of carbon taxes.
Jon Conradi, the national spokesman for the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing, joins Kim for a conversation on a market-based solution for lowering prescription drug prices in the United States.