The first speakers for Stand for Colorado announced Kim Ransom on holding the line at the State House and Cheri Kiesecker on the data collection provisions in HB19-1312.
Thought leader Roger Bianco joins Kim in the studio as the day’s co-host and the featured subject is The Overton Window and how the left is pushing its message of socialism.
Ralph King landed in Scotland on D-Day, June 6, 1944, as a paratrooper replacement for the 101st Airborne that jumped into Normandy. He went on to serve in the Korean War. Then he tried something new. He joined the Special Forces.
Steven Kessler joins Kim in the studio as Friday’s co-host and the two have a lengthy discussion on liberals, abortion, and the matter of rights.
Historian Ben Martin and Kim discuss Chapters 9 and 10 of the Federalist Papers.
Susan Kochevar of the 88 Drive-in Theatre joins Kim as this week’s co-host and Sandy Shanor talks about the fight between phonics and the whole language approach.
State representative Kim Ransom discusses the threat women may face under the Red Flag law and Janice Onwuka of the Independent Women’s Forum explains to listeners the many problems with New York’s plastic bag ban.
Heather Lahdenpera and Connie Prayne join Kim for Part 2 of the conversation on HB19-1312, the “forced vaccination” bill.
Armand Sedgeley was just a 22 year bombardier on a B-17 bomber during WWII. On a mission near Verona, Italy Sedgeley’s life changed forever when his B-17 came under attack.
Analyst Rick Turnquist joins the show as gues host with Kim and Juli-Andra-Fuentes and Karen Murray talk about the movement to recall Polis.