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April 2023

The Kim Monson Show is broadcast every weekday morning at 6-7 am on 560 KLZ AM. The show is rebroadcast every weekday night at  10-11 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. 

The Definition, Protection, and Enforcement of Individual Rights

Liberty Toastmasters explain the definition, protection, and enforcement of individual rights through the establishment of the rule of law: God’s laws, Nature’s laws, and human laws. Dr. Carrie Johannson discusses getting out of the cycle of victim-bully-rescuer into constructing an enjoyable life.

The Bureau of Land Management’s Poor Management of Wild Horses

Sixth-generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos discusses the negative consequences of bad public policy to human flourishing. Senior Fellow in fiscal policy with the Independence Institute, Joshua Sharf continues answering your questions regarding the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA). Yvonne Paez shares her reactions to Ben Martin’s latest entry in Lincoln’s Life and Sword series.

Lincoln’s Life and Sword: Law, Congress, and Mind

Patriotic historian and West Point graduate Ben Martin continues our series on Lincoln’s Life and Sword. Wade Miller, Executive Director at the Center for Renewing America, comments on the debt ceiling, spending, and the budget.

The RESTRICT Act and Its Moving Targets

Elizabeth Nolan Brown, Senior Editor with REASON, explains that the RESTRICT Act has bigger ambitions than TikTok. Mark Oliva with the National Shooting Sports Foundation discusses the firearms legislation at the Colorado State Capitol that would prevent us from protecting ourselves against bad actors. Brad Beck joins Kim to discuss his forthcoming essay.

The Controlled Price Is Not Right

Allen Thomas explains how and why price controls consistently fail and why broadening the powers of the Prescription Drug Affordability Board through HB23-1225 is a dangerous idea.

The Federal Reserve, Printing Money, and Inflation

Thank you to Laramie Energy and Caerus Oil and Gas for their sponsorship of this Health & Hydrocarbons Show. Founder and CEO of First American State Bank Jay Davidson addresses concerns regarding the U.S. dollar. The Biden administration recently approved an eight-hundred-mile Alaskan pipeline to transport and export liquified natural gas. The radical, activist, enviros can’t believe it. CEO of Laramie Energy Bob Boswell, discusses what this means for U.S. energy policy. Stephanie Luck, State Representative for House District 60, joins Kim to discuss the abuse of the Safety Clause in over 250 pieces of proposed legislation this year and the Gifts, Grants, and Donations (GGD Clause).

An Evening With the Ambassador (April 29)

Marine Veteran and President of the USMC Memorial Foundation Paula Sarlls invites you to an April 29th event, An Evening With the Ambassador. Iraq and Afghanistan Marine Veteran Sergeant Mike Medina shares his story and why the Marine Memorial is special to him. ixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos discusses the recent Texas explosion that killed 18,000 dairy cattle, livestock vaccines, and Bill Gates’ fake meat.

Costs of Gas-Powered and Electric-Powered Vehicles Compared

Carcoach Reports host Lauren Fix compares the costs between owning and operating electric vehicles versus gas powered vehicles. Realtor Karen Levine expounds on property rights and this Colorado legislative session. Mortgage specialist Lorne Levy notes the latest on interest rates. House Minority Leader Mike Lynch of HD65 joins Kim to discuss legislation that attacks firearm rights, right-to-life, and property rights.

Biden’s Climate Change Agenda

President of the Western Energy Alliance Kathleen Sgamma explains that Biden’s guidance on climate change seeks to unlawfully force an energy transition to a power source that is less reliable, more expensive, and inefficient. Executive Director of the Colorado Catholic Conference Brittany Vessely discusses the three abortion bills that Polis just signed into law.

The Agenda to Keep Trump From Running For President

Host of Full Measure on Sinclair TV Sharyl Attkisson shines light on the continued agenda to prevent Donald Trump from running for president. Natale Menten joins Kim to discuss government efforts to implement Prop 123. Ty Winter discusses the assault on parental rights at the Colorado legislature.

A Rise in Adbrupt Deaths for Otherwise Healthy Seniors

Dr. James Lyons-Weiler discusses a rise in deaths for seniors and a possible correlation to Covid vaccination. Sixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos addresses methanol as an energy alternative to hydrocarbons.

EPA and The Waters of the USA

Natural resources expert and author Greg Walcher explains the impact of the EPA’s finalization of the definition of the Waters of the U.S. Ret. USAF Col. Bill Rutledge discusses his recent experience attending a Poudre Valley School District board meeting.

Covid Coercion and Right to Refuse Lawsuits

Colorado Healthcare Providers for Freedom Matt Dark joins attorney Brian Ward to explain “Right to Refuse” lawsuits. Fiscal Policy expert Joshua Sharf continues our discussion regarding the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA). Former legislator and former Lakewood City Councilwoman Ramey Johnson shares an invite to her informative meeting regarding the overreaching land use SB23-213.

The Radicalization of People with Gender Dysphoria

Author Pam Long explains mental health and radicalization of the vulnerable in the gender transition mutilation community and discusses her latest essay, The Radicalization of People with Gender Dysphoria. Author of Rediscovering America: How the National Holidays Tell an Amazing Story About Who We Are Scott Powell discusses Good Friday and Easter.

Egg Producers Making Record Profits

Sixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos addresses reports that egg producers are making record profits. Sue Moore, Chairwoman of Colorado Liberty Republicans, joins Kim to discuss the hundreds of bills introduced this year. 

Are Car Break-Ins the New Normal?

Is living in the city and car break-ins the new normal? Car Coach Lauren Fix explains that “No, it is not!” Fix addresses what car break-ins and crime mean for cities. David Roth, expert on ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance), explains the history of ESG, its impact on America today, and what it means to liberty moving forward.

The Historical Underfunding of PERA

Vicki Sutter and Lisa MacLean with Winsome Ministries in Northern Colorado explain that churches and individuals must be brave to address the evils in our society. Ret. USAF Col. John Priecko discusses the road block at the Colorado State Legislature for the “In God We Trust” license plate.

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