Life After SB-181

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Sue Kenfield and Kim look at what the consequences are for Colorado if SB-181 passes.

Who’s the boss? Not Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

AOC has proven to be a lightning rod for political controversy. Kim and Producer Steve take some time to discuss AOC’s comments about being the “Boss.” Elected representatives serve their constituents. They are public servants. Who’s the boss? We are.

What really happens if SB-181 passes?

Sue Kenfield helps transform ” complex human dynamics in organizations, teams, and individuals by strengthening leadership skills, communication, and interpersonal-behavioral intelligence” for a long list of companies. Her skills at identifying organizational dysfunction make her uniquely qualified to comment on the bad faith in which Governor Polis and the Democrats have handled SB-181, which seems poised to damage Colorado’s oil and gas industry. Kenfield and Kim go past partisan politics and look at what the ramifications might be for Colorado and its citizens if the oil and gas industry is down-sized or pushed out of the state.

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The Search for Alexander “Sandy” Bonnyman Jr.

Clay Bonnyman Evans’ grandfather, Alexander “Sandy” Bonnyman Jr. (May 2, 1910 – November 22, 1943) was a United States Marine Corps officer who was killed in action on Betio Atoll in the Gilbert Islands during World War II. Sandy Bonnyman’s bones lay buried under the sand of Tarawa for over 70 years.

The Amazing Story of Augusta Chiwy

Military historian and author Martin King joins Kim to share the story of Augusta Chiwy and his own story as he sought to find her decades after the end of World War II.

WWII Veteran Frank DeVita

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WWII Veteran Richard Rohleder

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Edward Snowden’s Permanent Record

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Healing Our Wounded Warriors

Vietnam veterans Grady Birdsong and Colonel Bob Fischer discuss the powerful healing methods being employed to treat veterans with PTSD.

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