THE Amerchicks SHOW ARCHIVE
The Americhicks is broadcast ever weekday morning at 6-7 am on 560 KLZ AM. The show is rebroadcast every weekday afternoon at 2-3 pm. If you missed a show or want to go listen to a particular guest or segment, you’re in luck: this page is the vault for all shows after the initial broadcast. Shows are archived by year and month.
Please be patient as we add shows from before February 11th to the new website. If you are looking for shows with broadcast dates outside of August 2019, start your search at The Americhicks Show Archive landing page.
Is the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Harassing and Spying on Families Seeking Vaccination Exemptions?
Heather Lahdenpera and Cindy Loveland join Kim for a conversation about the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s harassment and attempt to track and spy on children—and their families—seeking vaccination exemptions.
Janet Wright and Debbie Cohen join Kim to explain how Voices4Nigeria helps afflicted Nigerians through and executive analyst and research director Patti Kurgan and Kim discuss her latest article on the extreme cost of a college education.
Sherrie Pief of Complete Colorado joins Kim to share her investigative reporting on CDPHE’s treatment of a Colorado recycling business and Don Watkins of the Center for Industrial Progress and Kim have a conversation about the threat of energy poverty to poor and developing countries.
Historian and former Army Ranger Ben Martin returns to the show to continue his illumination of The Federalist Papers.
Tom’s Diner Prevails in Historic Designation Controversey and Ascent Classical Academy Asked to Leave DougCo Over Decision to Arm Staff
Roger Bianco and Kim discuss property rights and the recent controversy over Tom’s Diner unsolicited historic designation petition and Derec Shuler of Ascent Classical Academy talks about how the Academy has been asked to leave the Douglas County School District following a decision to allow its staff to carry firearms.
Jason McBride of Presidential Wealth Management joins Kim as Friday’s guest and the two have a conversation about their September 16th event, Nuts & Bolts: Fuel for Your Personal Economy.
Dr. Krannwitter and Kim have a conversation on how a classic liberal arts educations guides people to understand how to live a good life.
Susan Kochevar, entrepreneur and owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre, joins Kim to discuss government data collection.
Transportation expert and Cato Institute fellow Randal O’Toole joins Kim to explain why CDOT’s proposal to run a commuter rail from Pueblo to Fort Collins is a costly mistake.
Constitutional law expert Rob Natelson joins Kim to explain how five Democrat senators have banded together in a plot to bully the U.S. Supreme Court.
Analyst, blogger, and Leadership Program of the Rockies Alumnus Rick Turnquist joins Kim to discuss the proper role of government and how Colorado tax dollars are being spent.
Karen Levine is today’s guest and she and Kim discuss the retirement of the University of Denver’s Pioneers nickname and they have a conversation with Peter Moore of Vital for Colorado about many changes happening to Colorado’s oil and gas industry.
Complete Colorado investigative reporter Scott Weiser discusses how Jeffco commissioners are trying to bypass TABOR and Kevin Flesh talks about why Red Flag laws are not a solution for mental health and violence issues.
Dr. Wayne Winegarden joins Kim to explain why Colorado’s Low Emission Automobile Regulations could harm Colorado and individual freedom of mobility.
Karen Kataline’s latest article examines how Leftism/Socialism is destructive to mental health. Kim and Karen discuss the ramifications of how mental health can be adversely affected by Leftist ideology.
Hollywood is targeting Trump supporters with upcoming movie “The Hunt” and Kim welcomes the members of Liberty Toastmasters to the show to discuss the power of Table Topics.
A hammer can’t build a home and a gun can’t murder a person: Kim discusses how a gun likely saved Colorado realtor Dawna Hetzler on the morning of August 4th and she has a conversation with Trent England about the many problems of the National Popular Vote.
There are two ways to amass wealth: you can make it or you can take it. In today’s show, Jay and Kim have a conversation about the compassion of capitalism and the cruelty of socialism.
Kim looks at the treatment of Harvey Milk as compared to George Washington in San Francisco and she also continues her conversation on the Gallagher Amendment with its architect, former state senator Ron Stewart.