THE KIM MONSON SHOW ARCHIVE
The Kim Monson Show is broadcast ever 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.
Highway Users Tax Fund: Is It Being Used Properly?
Guest Laura Perrotta, President of the American Highway Users Alliance, reviews the Highway Users Tax Fund. Andi Buerger, founder of Voices Against Trafficking, talks about the new French movie, Cuties, soon to be shown on Netflix.
Rick Turnquist Explains Why FAMLI is Bad for Colorado
Rick and Kim turn their attention to 2020 Ballot Initiative #283 on (Forced) Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI). Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, reports that implementation of the new refinancing fee for mortgages has been delayed until December 1st.
The Importance of the Suburban Woman Vote
Guest Sarah Chamberlain, President and CEO of Republican Main Street Partnership, discusses with Kim the importance of the suburban woman vote.
Important Speeches and Documents in the Formation of America: Ratification of the Constitution
Ben Martin, patriotic historian and former Army Ranger, reviews the ratification of the United States Constitution.
Not My Capitalism
Guest Allen Thomas, millennial author, joins Kim to discuss his current op-ed, Not My Capitalism! Daniel Turner with Power the Future explains that the elderly and vulnerable are most at risk as with California’s rolling black-outs.
Liberty Toastmasters Discuss Freedom vs Force
Guest Marshall Dawson, President of Liberty Toastmasters North, joins Kim to discuss Freedom vs. Force, Force vs. Freedom. Priscilla Rahn shares her thoughts as an educator regarding the importance of getting our children back to in-person learning.
Grey Wolf Ballot Initiative: Vote No
Guest Rachel Gabel, assistant editor for The Fence Post, reports on Colorado agriculture, the fourth largest industry in the state. Karl Dierenback, author of a chapter in the upcoming book, UNMASKED 2020: Colorado’s Radical Left Turn and A Warning to America, highlights the flaws in the modeling Governor Polis repeatedly uses to justify his actions in controlling the state of Colorado.
The Question is “Why?”
Guest Brad Beck, founder of Liberty Toastmasters, converses with Kim on the importance of dusting off the question “Why?” John Kellner, District Attorney Candidate for Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties, discusses escalating crime in the Denver metro area; headlines are shouting out criminal activity increases at a rapid pace.
Trump Will Smash the Left and Win
Guest David Horowitz, New York Times Best Selling Author of Blitz: Trump Will Smash the Left and Win, starts strong in his remarks stating that Trump is a fighter and will overcome all the lies espoused by Democrats.
Colorado’s Deaths of Despair
Guest Pam Long, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, US Army Veteran, and former Medical Intelligence Officer, reports on Colorado’s report on deaths of despair.
The Story Behind i’MA TRUMPSTER
Lorne Levy, Polygon Financial mortgage specialist, analyzes a new fee to people who refinance. Karen Levine, award-winning realtor with RE/MAX
The Gallagher Amendment’s Future to be Determined in November
Guest Dennis Gallagher, co-other of the Gallagher Amendment, joins Kim to talk about the ballot measure on November’s ballot to repeal the Gallagher Amendment, which was passed in 1982 by the voters to keep the residential rate to 45% and the business rate to 55% for real estate taxes.
The True Cost of Circumventing TABOR
Jon Caldara President of the Independence Institute discusses with Kim the Trump tax cuts and how the state of Colorado is allowing a massive increase in-state income taxes that severely impacts taxpayers. Tim McCormack, District Attorney candidate for Adams and Broomfield counties, joins Kim to discuss the accelerated criminal activity in the Denver metro area.
Our American Spirit Will Overcome The Current Challenges
Tom Petrie, founder of Petrie Partners, stresses the importance for people to continue to have faith in our markets. Kim
UNMASKED 2020: Colorado’s Radical Left Turn and a Warning to America
Kevin Lundberg, former Colorado State Senator, reveals the book, “UNMASKED 2020: Colorado’s Radical Left Turn and a Warning to America.” Chris Dorsey, renowned sportsman and founding partner of Dorsey Pictures, discusses the Colorado Grey Wolf Reintroduction ballot question.
The Obstacles Due Date Too Late Overcame to Make Colorado’s November Ballot
Giuliana Day discusses Due Date Too Late and all the obstacles that she had to overcome with her fabulous volunteers to get the initiative on the November ballot. Jason McBride with Presidential Wealth Management takes over as host of the show while Kim takes a well-deserved day off.
Trump Takes on China
Guest Helen Raleigh, Senior Contributor to The Federalist and immigrant from China, reviews two key articles she authored. Hal Van Herke talks about his family owned business, Castlegate Specialty Knives, citing it is founded on traditional values.
Single Family Home Ownership is a Right
Guest Randal O’Toole, urban land use and transportation expert and blogger (https://ti.org/antiplanner/) reveals his beginnings in environmental activism. Matt Durkin, District Attorney candidate for Jefferson and Gilpin counties, joins Kim to discuss the sharp increase of crime throughout the Denver metro area.
Safeguarding American Interests Against the Chinese Communist Party
Guest Josh Philipp, investigative reporter with The Epoch Times and host of The China Report, examines current events regarding the Chinese Communist Party, CCP. Laura Perrotta, President and CEO of the American Highway Users Alliance, explains how the Trump administration is working to get you to your destination faster.
Greg Lopez and Kim continue their conversation regarding citizens choosing what the future holds for Colorado. Rachel Gabel with The Fence Post explains how recent Governor Polis appointments to agricultural boards will highly impact the rural community, especially the local, family owned farm.