In the Age of Information, data is power. Susan Kochevar reviews National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden’s book, Permanent Record.
Local entrepreneur and thought leader Susan Kochevar joins Kim in the studio as today’s co-host and shares her views on President Trump’s record on regulation roll-backs.
Susan Kochevar takes a look at President Trump’s record on reducing regulations and how this might impact his chances at a second term in office.
Susan Kochevar, entrepreneur and owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre, joins Kim to discuss government data collection.
Consumers want to get the best deal they can when buying a product or service. So who is responsible for paying a living wage?
Susan Kochevar and Kim discuss Social Security’s sustainability. Will the money run out?
The lure of intersectionality at institutions of higher learning and the importance of entrepreneurs and small businesses to Colorado and the US.
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.
The controversial Right to Rest bill (HB19-1096) seeks to give the homeless rights which will directly impact the livelihoods of small business owners. What about their rights?
Michael Cohen and the Left’s attacks on Trump, Ret. Maj. Gen. Bentley Rayburn and whether or not women should be drafted into combat roles, and a hard examination of The Communist Manifesto. Federalist Papers.
Kim Monson and Jason McBride of Presidential Wealth Management debunk Kamala Harris’s lies about the Trump tax cuts and Susan Kochevar and Ben Martin talk about The Federalist Papers.