THE KIM MONSON SHOW ARCHIVE
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.
Andi Beurger, founder of Voices Against Trafficking, joins Kim to discuss how Voices Against Trafficking works to promote awareness of trafficking and the damage it causes to victims.. Josh Phillipp, Epoch Times senior investigative reporter and host of Crossroads, joins Kim to discuss his documentary The Real Story of January 6th.
It’s the August Liberty Toastmaster show. This month’s topic is Free speech vs Hate Speech.
Leslie Manookian, the founder of the Health Freedom Defense Fund, joins Kim to discuss her lawsuit against Disney for its employee COVID vaccine mandate policy. Interview with Derec Schuler, CEO of Ascent Classical Academies. Interview with Derec Schuler, CEO of Ascent Classical Academies. Daniel Turner, founder of Power the Future, discusses his latest essay, Frenemies? Not Even Alaska’s Eco-Left Cheering Biden’s Green New Tax.
Alessandra Lavalle returns to the Kim Monson Show to speak with Kim on current events. Author Helen Raleigh joins Kim to discuss recent events concerning China, including China’s military exercises as a veiled threat to Taiwan. Dr. Jill Vecchio speaks on the Douglas Couty Commissioners meeting regarding the proposed amendment on rural property rights.
Jen Gibbons with the Cherry Creek Parent Advocacy Network joins Kim to ask the questions: are school-based health clinics a good idea? Liberty Toastmaster’s co-founder Brad Beck joins Kim in the studio to discuss his upcoming essay, Thank You Takes Training. Douglas County Commissioner George Teal weighs in on the debate surrounding Section 23 of the Douglas County’s Home Occupation Zoning regulations.
Author Rick Turnquist joins Kim to discuss energy expert Alex Epstein’s latest book, Fossil Future: Why Global Human Flourishing Requires More Oil, Coal, and Natural Gas–Not Less. Dr. Jill Vecchio shares her take on the zoning issue coming or review in Douglas County. Karen Levine and Lorne Levy on the state of the housing market in Colorado.
State Senator Jerry Sonnenberg joins Kim to discuss property rights, food security, and national security. Theresa Watson of the Boulder County GOP joins Kim to discuss the importance of election integrity. Jenna Bacon joins Kim to discuss how current Douglas County codes impact small business owners with home-based businesses.
Pam Long joins Kim to discuss elderly abuse through the healthcare system. Loren Fix, The Car Coach, Joins Kim for a discussion on freedom of mobility and personal transportation. House District 41 Candidate Stephanie Hancock joins Kim in the studio.
Ted Mische joins Kim to explain how to survive a severe economic depression and other types of great upheaval.
Greg Walcher, author of Smoking Them Out: The Theft of the Environment and How to Take It Back, joins Kim to discuss how the multi-state usage of the Colorado River and drought have contributed to a state of chaos and could potentially lead to a disaster.
Best-selling author Dick Morris joins Kim to discuss his latest book, The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback. Kim Ware, Outreach Director for Christian Home Educators of Colorado (CHEC), joins Kim to discuss steps families can take to prepare for homeschooling.
Trent Loos, the host of the Loos Tales podcast, joins Kim to discuss why the 30 by 30 initiative is misguided. Bob Boswell of Laramie Energy joins Kim for this month’s Health and Hydrocarbons show.
Concerned citizen Virgina Farber joins Kim to discuss why smart meters are not a smart option for most people. Owner of Wild Skies Colorado riverfront vacation cabin Lisa Bennett discusses the judiciary and lawyers. Colorado GOP chairwoman Kristi Burton-Brown introduces the Colorado GOP’s updated platform.
Former state senator Kevin Lundberg joins Kim to discuss election integrity concerns. Cora Matteson of Roots Medical joins Kim to discuss the importance of a balanced diet.
Lt. Col. Bill Rutledge (Ret. USAF) joins Kim to discuss Operation Downfall.
Steven Craig, the executive director of Christian Home Educators of Colorado (CHEC), joins Kim to explain CHEC’s mission and invite listeners to CHEC’s upcoming Homeschool Introductory Seminar on August 13th. Author Scott S. Powell joins Kim to discuss his latest book, Rediscovering America. Beef production specialist Gerald Schreiber joins Kim to discuss regulations concerning meat and its origination.
Lawrence Reed, author and Lawrence W. Reed, also known as Larry Reed, is president emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education, joins Kim to discuss his latest essay, Yes, Elisjsha Dicken Is a Good Samaritan. Erik Aadland, who is running for Congress, joins Kim for an update on his campaign. Interview with January 6th protestor Derek Kinnison.
Matt Dark of Roots Medical joins Kim to discuss monkeypox. Update on recount efforts from Tina Peters. President of American Commitment Phil Kerpen explains that Democrats want to raid Medicare to pay for Obamacare — again
Cain explains the mission of Task Force Freedom. Greg Lopez on the secretary of state ignoring election-certifying statute in 2022 Colorado primary. Josh Sharff on what inflation means for Colorado’s public pensions.