America’s Veteran’s Stories this Sunday will feature Army World War II veteran Lou Zoghby who fought at the Battle of the Bulge. The show broadcasts at 3pm on KLZ 560 FM, KLZ 100.7 FM, the KLZ website, and the KLZ app. Kim suggests listeners tune into the new Reggie Carr I’m a Uniter show which broadcasts 9-10am on KLZ. Visit Kim’s website to hear the Sherronna Bishop, “America’s mom,” podcast as Sherronna recounts the FBI forcibly entering her home. Jen Hulan joins The Kim Monson Show team as Partnership/Sponsor Liaison.
Mary Alpers, co-owner of Three Points Financial, explains how to set up goals for the coming year, 2022. Mary notes that it begins with writing out your goals and then discussing them. This gives a perspective as to what has taken place in the past and what has been achieved. It is also an opportunity to think about your dreams. Write down what you want to accomplish and give it both a timeline and a cost. This helps give you “purpose” to your life.
Centennial Elementary School in Denver has a “Families of Color Playground Night” on December 8th. They are defining our children by the color of their skin instead of the content of their character. We must be aware of what is going on as we are in a “Ideological Normandy.”
Hal Van Hercke, owner of Castlegate Knife and Tool, has not experienced any of the “smash and grabs” that we hear about in major Democrat-run cities. Crime infested cities are ones where District Attorneys and city attorneys are, most probably, financially supported by George Soros, and have advocated for “defunding the police.” Hal states that Castlegate’s inventory is perfect for all your holiday shopping at both their store in Sedalia and their pop-up store at the Castle Rock Mercantile. Find kitchen cutlery, table accessories, specialty knives and last-minute item surprises for those on your shopping list.
Frequent guest Rick Turnquist, author and blogger at toadvancefreedom.com, discusses his latest article, Exactly Wrong—Democrats and Crime. Without a doubt, Democrats are wrong on their criminal policy. Look at Denver, San Francisco and any other Democrat run city where crime has increased significantly over the past few years. Denver’s Union Station is avoided by travelers so as to not put their lives at risk. Rick goes into detail regarding two separate trials, Julius Jones in Oklahoma, and Kyle Rittenhouse in Wisconsin, the different media coverage of both, and the final outcome of each. It is reported that total Colorado crime in 2020 cost over $27 billion, with most of that paid by the victims. A golden nugget in Rick’s article is, “Society must support those who would do good, rather than glorify those who only wish to harm.” People must take a hard look at who they are electing and what party they are electing. Elections have consequences.