Episode 52: Benjamin Huseman

It takes real courage to ask the hard questions. It takes real courage to bring transparency to the agenda of Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBI’s), and it takes real courage to represent the people and keep the people informed even when the media is biased. In this Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast, Commerce City Mayor Benjamin Huseman and Kim have a conversation about his recent censure by other Commerce City Council members because they did not want the public to know about illegal meetings occurring between them and Tri-County Health officials.

Episode 51: Casper Stockham

Everyday hardworking people are concerned about the safety and security of our neighborhoods. They want their kids to get back to school. They can’t believe the rioting and destruction occurring in our cities. In this podcast Congressional District 7 Candidate, Casper Stockham, compares what President Trump has done to help the Black Community to Joe Biden’s record. Casper shares details about Trump’s Platinum Plan and Promise to Black America.

Episode 50: Phil Covarrubias

Adams County Commissioner Candidate, Phil Covarrubias, sheds light in this podcast on illegal meetings between politicians, bureaucrats and interested parties (PBI’s) regarding potentially mandating harsher lock-downs on our citizens. Phil is concerned that these dictatorial rules are causing people to lose their homes and their businesses. Phil also shares his personal story of serving in the Marines, entrepreneurship and what he learned while down at the Colorado State Legislature.

Episode 49: Tara Ross

The National Popular Vote Compact takes away the vote and the voice of Colorado voters and gives our vote and our voice to big population centers like LA, San Francisco, Chicago and New York.  Vote “NO” on Colorado’s Ballot Question Prop 113.  In this Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast, nationally recognized Electoral College expert, Tara Ross, explains the brilliance of the Founders in creating the Electoral College, how the Electoral College works, the consequences for America of a National Popular Vote and the false narrative that the Electoral College is a relic of slavery.  Tara Ross’ Prager University video, Do You Understand the Electoral College? is Prager’s most viewed video ever with more than 60 million views.

Episode 48: Ben Martin

Yes or no. Who to vote for? These are the questions. In this podcast, author and blogger Rick Turnquist joins Kim to introduce their Voter’s Guide for the 2020 election. Rick and Kim explain their thought processes in determining their recommendations. You’ll learn more about Colorado’s finances, the Cruel 17 Colorado House legislators and the radical leftEmerge candidate training program.

Episode 47: Rick Turnquist

Yes or no. Who to vote for? These are the questions. In this podcast, author and blogger Rick Turnquist joins Kim to introduce their Voter’s Guide for the 2020 election. Rick and Kim explain their thought processes in determining their recommendations. You’ll learn more about Colorado’s finances, the Cruel 17 Colorado House legislators and the radical leftEmerge candidate training program.

Episode 46: Steve Peck

Who would have ever dreamed that President Trump would have the opportunity to appoint three Supreme Court Justices in his first term? In this Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast Steven Peck, Lt. Commander in the Medical Service Corps, Navy Reserves, joins me. Steven explains that we are at an inflection point in the American Experiment and how the Supreme Court appointment plays a pivotal role in this state of affairs.

Episode 45: Roger Edwards

RTD is in a state of crisis. Changes need to be made. In this Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast Roger Edwards, candidate for RTD Director District H, shares how he’ll use his expertise and experience of years in the transportation industry to make the important decisions for the sustainability of RTD.

Episode 44: Elbert Guillory and Casper Stockham

Former Democrat Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory and Congressional District 7 candidate Casper Stockham join the Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast to talk about the issues facing America today. Casper explains his response to BLM activists. Elbert shares that he is very concerned for America and compares the activities of today’s rioters to Hitler’s Brown Shirt thugs.

Episode 43: Steve Peck

Millennial author Steven Peck notes that America has recently had several thunderclap moments that you might have missed. In this podcast Steven notes the importance of James Bennett’s firing as editor of The New York Times because he published Senator Tom Cotton’s Op-Ed that called for federal troops to quell the unrest in America’s cities. Then in July one third of professors at Princeton University called for an end to academic freedom and Bari Weiss resigned as editor for The New York Times. In August Hillary Clinton called on Joe Biden to “not concede under any circumstances.” Steven explains how delegitimization works and why it is important.

Episode 42: Bob Roth

There has been a lot of very bad legislation that came out of the Colorado Legislature during the 2019 and 2020 sessions. Small business continues to get squeezed with higher taxes and fees, and draconian laws, rules and regulations. In this podcast, Candidate for Colorado Senate District 26 Bob Roth joins me to explain how he’ll work to roll-back bad legislation and help make our communities safe again.

Episode 41: Bill McAleb

After watching the drunk on power antics of this Colorado legislature, Bill McAleb realized that Coloradans need reasonable representatives who bring a thoughtful and balanced approach to the state house. Bill decided to do his civic duty and run for office, House District 6. In this podcast Bill notes the three things that define his strategy of success when representing everyday, hard working people: Innovation, Trust and Teamwork. Check out for more information.

Episode 40: Pam Long

Experts note that there are 58,000 deaths of despair for every 1% increase in unemployment. In this podcast Pam Long, West Point Graduate and former Captain in the Army Medical Services Corps, asks why Colorado is the only state in the country that is reporting a net decrease in deaths of despair. Pam also explains that health department bureaucrats push pharmaceutical solutions for public health issues.

Episode 39: Dr. Jill Vecchio

The COVID-19/Wuhan Virus vaccine race is on. Dr. Jill Vecchio uncovers information that is both interesting and frightening. She notes that Moderna, which is touted as a leader in the fast tracking of the vaccine, has never produced nor released any product into the market. Should we be concerned that 100,000,000 doses of the vaccine is targeted for a January 2021 release?

Episode 38: Chris Cantwell

Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBIs) reacted to the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus by using bureaucratic power to shut down businesses which put enormous stress on small to midsize main street businesses. In rushed Congress with the CARES Act and the Paycheck Protection Program. Now those small businesses that participated have unclear strings attached that may make it difficult to sell their businesses. In this podcast Chris Cantwell with Transworld Business Advisors and Kim kick the tires on a suggested solution.

Episode 37: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Yes we can fix healthcare! Dr. Jill Vecchio was one of the few individuals in America (Congress included) who actually read PPACA, the Patient Protection and Unaffordable Care Act aka Obamacare. Dr. Jill is an expert in healthcare policy. In this podcast she shares how healthcare became such a mess and her Ten-Point Plan to fix it.

Episode 36: Steve Peck

To mask or not to mask, that is the question. Navy Veteran, former DougCo School Board Director and millennial Steven Peck joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to discuss this hot issue. Steven shares his thought process on the pros and the cons of mandatory mask wearing.

Episode 35: Derrick Wilburn

Derrick Wilburn, founder of Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives and People of Color Capitol Interns, joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to talk about current issues facing America today. Derrick explains why we must ask these questions about the narrative of systemic racism. What is the system? Once that is defined, who is running the system?

Episode 34: Steven Kessler

A lot of people get hurt on the road to Utopia. In this podcast Steven Kessler explains the difference between Rousseau’s vision of society and the American Idea. Steven will share what the narratives of a living wage and hoarding of wealth really mean.

Episode 33: Greg Lopez

It is a time for choosing. As Ronald Reagan said in 1964, we must choose. The options on the table are divisiveness and destruction or unity and order. You must ask yourself: Which is better for me and my family? In this podcast Greg Lopez talks about the really hard questions facing us today.

Episode 32: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Few people are talking about it. The difference between COVID-19/Wuhan Virus acute cases and antibody tests. The CDC is lumping the two together. In this podcast Dr. Jill Vecchio explains the difference between the two and why the “COVID” numbers will continue to increase. You’ll find out what this means for you and your family.

Episode 31: Steven Kessler

What is the basis of the Socialist Utopian narrative? It permeates throughout academia today. Steven Kessler received his doctorate in higher education from the University of Rochester. Steven joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to explain that Swiss-born philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau is the patron saint of today’s liberalism. This contemporary liberal, progressive, socialist narrative invalidates the creation story of original sin and focuses on Karl Marx’s mantra of destroying individuality and abolishing private property.

Episode 30: Tim McCormack

2020 has shed light on the importance of District Attorneys who value public trust and due process. Adams and Broomfield County District Attorney candidate Tim McCormack joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to explain how activist District Attorneys across the nation are making our communities less safe. He’ll clarify the importance of electing DAs who care more about our communities than of politics.

Episode 29: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Does the medical Hippocratic Oath still say, “Do No Harm?” Dr. Jill Vecchio notes in this podcast her concerns that medical students are no longer taught that life is sacred. At some of the “best” schools students are writing their own Hippocratic Oath. Are these Hippocratic Oaths more focused on social justice and climate change than taking care of patients?

Episode 28: Dr. Jill Vecchio

During the COVID 19/Wuhan Virus Reaction Disruption, bureaucrats, politicians and interested parties shut down our lives and livelihoods by telling people to be “safer at home.” As we emerged from our homes, notable were new 5G towers constructed while we were hunkered down to “flatten the curve.” What is 5G? Dr. Jill Vecchio joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to explain the risks to our national security as well as our personal data security.

Episode 27: Kevin Lundberg

Former State Senator Kevin Lundberg joins the Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast to break down what happened during Colorado’s 2020 legislative session. Kevin notes that this session was weird. He predicts that the November 2020 election will be a landslide, he just doesn’t know which way it will go. Kevin dissects a number of the pieces of legislation and encourages us to take our civic responsibilities seriously.

Episode 26: Ben Martin

Before something can be loved it must first be known. Patriotic Historian and former Army Ranger, Ben Martin, explains why it is important to know our history so that we can love our country. Ben completes our discussion about American Patriot Patrick Henry. Patrick Henry’s speech, “Give me Liberty or give me death,” was pivotal to America declaring our Independence from Britain. Ben brings to life the meetings and words of the 1770s that led to the Revolutionary War.

Episode 25: Pastor Christine Uwizera Coleman

Pastor Christine Uwizera Coleman survived the Rwandan Genocide. She addresses her concerns regarding the similarities between what was happening in Rwanda in 1994 and what is happening in America today. Pastor Christine shares her personal story, her belief that “All things are possible,” and that forgiveness is the key to healing.

Episode 24: Doug Townsend

Doug Townsend, Candidate for Colorado Senate District 31, explains that the financial well-being of families and businesses are the bed-rock of a healthy Colorado. TABOR, Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, is an amendment to the Colorado Constitution that was approved by the people of Colorado in 1992. TABOR is all about good manners. If PBI’s (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties) want to (1) raise our taxes, (2) incur debt that we are on the hook to pay, or (3) keep excess taxes above a generous formula of inflation plus population growth, they just have to ask us for our consent. Doug talks about his solutions to keep Colorado on track as a place where everyday individuals, families and businesses can thrive and prosper.

Episode 23: Reggie Carr and Johnny Thomas

Reggie Carr and Johnny Thomas are visionaries. They met over twenty years ago and have been partners in the entertainment business writing, producing and performing music. They have had contracts with Sony and Lowery Music. Reggie and Johnny share their stories of growing up, their music careers, how they became fervent Donald Trump supporters, and why they created the i’MA Trumpster brand.

Episode 22: C.L. Bryant

Rev. C.L. Bryant, Senior Fellow with Freedom Works and host of the C.L. Bryant Show, shares his perspective on the COVID 19-Wuhan Virus reaction disruption and the riots happening in cities across America. C.L. notes that our education system has brainwashed blacks and young white people to a group think narrative. It is the mantra of hypocrites. In order to preserve our Republic, we must recapture the narrative.

Episode 21: Steve Reiter

Elizabeth Reiter spent 21 days in the hospital. During those 21 days she was denied in person visits with her husband, children, friends and family. On the 20th day of her hospital stay, Elizabeth Reiter was making plans to go home. On the 21st day, 40 year old Elizabeth Reiter died alone. Steve Reiter shares his heart-wrenching story. Both he and Elizabeth tested negative for COVID-19. Hospital staff said “NO” visits. Steve had Personal Protection gear. Hospital staff said “NO” visits. Elizabeth was clearly depressed on Mother’s Day. Hospital staff said “NO” visits.

Episode 20: Ben Martin

What were the contributions of Patriots James Otis, Jr, Samuel Adams and Patrick Henry to America’s Founding?  Patriotic historian, Westpoint graduate and former Army Ranger, Ben Martin, continues the discussion from his May 19, 2020, interview on The Kim Monson Show about these three giants of the American Revolution.

Episode 19: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Why does Colorado’s COVID-19/Wuhan Virus updated “Standard of Care” decree issued on April 5, 2020, not include the patient or family representative nor a patient advocate? Does a patient advocate advocate for the patient or are they typically representing the hospital’s best interests? Dr. Jill explains the difference between Socrates’ Hippocratic Oath and Plato’s view of rationing limited resources. Jill shares a golden nugget of wisdom: “In order for government Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBI’s) to take care of you, they will want to take control of you.”

Episode 18: Steve Peck

Navy Veteran, Healthcare Strategist and former School Board Director, Steven Peck, joins Kim to talk about the Re-Open Colorado movement and rallies plus free market solutions for businesses and schools regarding mandatory mask wearing and social distancing on playgrounds. Steve advises that individuals: (1) push back on government and bureaucracies picking winners and losers, and forcing an agenda upon everyday people; (2) open our Churches and; (3) challenge the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus fear narrative.

Episode 17: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Are we really all in this together? Dr. Jill Vecchio explains that we are at a defining moment for America. Because of Gov. Polis’ limits and shut downs of our businesses, breast cancer diagnosis have been delayed. We know that early detection saves lives. How many lives will be lost because of his decisions? Dr. Jill unpacks how bureaucracies have been weaponized against the American people.

Episode 16: Karl Dierenbach

Engineer, Attorney and Writer, Karl Dierenbach, was on board with flattening the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus curve. As a data guy, Karl began watching the statistics and crunching the numbers. Karl realizes that we can take steps to protect the vulnerable and get the economy working again. He explains we must no longer listen to the “fear porn” pushed by pundits and social media.

Episode 15: Jen Hulan

Jen Hulan, owner of Waters Edge Winery in Centennial, Colorado, pledged her home as collateral to open her business in 2015. It has steadily grown until the COVID 19/Wuhan Virus Reaction Disruption. In the name of “flattening the curve,” “making sure that we have enough ventilators” and “staying safe,” Colorado’s Governor and Tri-County Health are using government force to close her business. Jen must lawyer up and she could really use your help with legal fees and operating expenses. Other states are letting restaurants implement social distancing measures and operate at 50% capacity. What will happen to the owners and employers of these Colorado restaurants and small businesses?

Episode 14: Joshua Sharf

Joshua Sharf notes the correlation between historian Norman Cantor’s book about the bubonic plague in the 14th century, In the Wake of the Plague, and Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties (PBI’s) reaction to the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus reaction disruption of 2020. 

Episode 13: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Dr. Jill Vecchio and Kim unmask the mandatory mask wearing issue and local politicians grasp for power over our lives.  Dr. Jill explains the Cloward and Piven strategy of overwhelming the welfare and Medicaid systems in order to centralize power with the elite few. 

Episode 12: Clinton Dorris

Bronze Star recipient and former Army Ranger, Clint Dorris, headed a nine-person task force on school safety after the STEM school shooting in Douglas, County. Because of his experience as a counter-terrorism expert in Afghanistan, he brought an important perspective to the project. Clint and Kim have a conversation about leadership and lack thereof regarding politicians and government bureaucrat’s response to the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus reaction disruption.

Episode 11: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Dr. Jill Vecchio shares her thoughts regarding Governor Polis’ recent press conference.  She’ll compare the COVID-19 data of the eight states that did not implement forced stay at home orders to those that did.

Episode 10: John Harpole

John Harpole, President of Mercator Energy, a natural gas broker that works with natural gas producers and end users, talks about Putin vs the Permian.

Episode 9: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Dr. Jill Vecchio joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson for a conversation about the World Health Organization and their relationship to China. President Trump recently

Episode 8: Helen Raleigh

Author Helen Raleigh joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to talk about her recent Op-Ed in The Federalist, Communist China Uses Internet Trolls to Haze Wuhan Diary Author.

Episode 7: Pam Long

Former Army Captain, Pam Long, joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to talk about Colorado COVID 19 data.  Pam dissects the CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment) data.

Episode 6: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Dr. Jill Vecchio joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to connect the dots between the Cloward and Piven Strategy and the Covid 19/Wuhan Virus disruption. 

Episode 5: Jay Davidson

Jay Davidson, Founder and CEO of First American State Bank, joins our Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast. We’ll have a conversation about the Knights Templar who created the first banking system.

Episode 4: Dr. Jill Vecchio

Dr. Jill Vecchio joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson to dissect some of the goings on with the Covid19/Wuhan Virus narrative.

Episode 3: Roger Hays

Roger Hays, President and CEO of Premier Employer Services, joins Sounding Off with Kim Monson.

Episode 2: Prof. Rob Natelson

Constitutional expert and the Independence Institute’s Senior Fellow in Constitutional Jurisprudence,” Rob Natelson, joins Kim to talk about the unconstitutionality of Governor Polis, Mayor Hancock and Tri-County Health Executive Director John Douglas lock-down edicts.

Episode 1: Dr. Brian Domitrivic 

In the first Sounding Off with Kim Monson podcast, Kim talks with Dr. Brian Domitrovic, economic historian and co-author with Larry Kudlow of the book JFK and the Reagan Revolution: A Secret History of American Prosperity.

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