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.
Rick Turnquist and Kim discuss Tyranny and Bankruptcy and its consequences for Colorado and the nation.
Kevin Lundberg joins Kim to discuss Colorado politics and the urgent need to elect a new leader for Colorado’s Republican party.
Researcher Patti Kurgan joins Kim and Producer Steve to discuss a very misleading 5 Star Certification Program implemented by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
We receive the strength to stay in the battle through God’s Joy. Because of our relationship with Christ, we are to engage in the battle with faith, hope and charity.
Ronald Stassen of The Best Defense Foundation shares insights on three pivotal WW II battles.
Allen Guelzo, American historian and Senior Research Scholar in the Council of the Humanities and Director of the Initiative on Politics and Statesmanship in the James Madison Program at Princeton University, joins Kim to analyze The American Mind.
Ben Martin, patriotic historian and West Point graduate, examines three major speeches given by President Lincoln within their historical context.
Sonia Riggs, President/CEO of the Colorado Restaurant Association, states what we already know—the restaurant industry has been devastated.
Brad and Kim comment on his op-ed, Sheep or Shepherd?
Paula Sarlls was an air controller with the Marines and is a Gold Star wife. Paula encourages listeners to honor a veteran Marine with a brick donation to the USMCMemeorialFoundation.org. The Foundation is dedicated to a remodel, including an expansion, of the U.S. Marine Corps Memorial in Golden.
Bob Boswell, CEO of Laramie Energy, discusses with Kim the importance of fossil fuels and its contribution to our quality of life throughout the world.
Sharyl Attkisson, author of newly-released book Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism, shares her perspective on “journalism” today.
Helen Raleigh, speaker and author of Backlash: How China’s Aggression Has Backfired, joins Kim to discuss the hypocrisy of American corporations as they work to stop passage of the Uighur Forced Labor Protection Act.
Guest Jay Davidson, CEO of First American State Bank, discusses free-market capitalism vs. socialism that “progresses” into communism. We need to stand for American rights, specifically property rights. Taxation without representation is vividly present today. We are no longer a free market as we take funds involuntarily from one person and redistribute via the government to another. Relief of student debt per the Democrat proposed policy is a glaring example.
Colorado Representative Mark Baisley (HD-39) and newly elected Chair of the Republican Study Committee of Colorado, discusses the special session that took place last week
Guest Kenneth Timmerman, author of The Election Heist, discusses how his fictional work predicted the “real” 2020 election.
Guest Ivan Pentchoukov, Senior Political Reporter for The Epoch Times, discusses with Kim the six challenged states in the 2020 Presidential Election. The Trump legal team is pushing the chance to get before the U.S. Supreme Court as time races on. Supreme Court Associate Justice Alito has moved up the Pennsylvania case regarding absentee voting. Ivan explains the “safe harbor” deadline and its implications. There is a difference between opinion vs. reporting the news.
Allen Thomas debates with Kim whether or not ballot propositions should be placed on ballots for voting “by the people.”
Caleb Kruckenburg with New Civil Liberties Alliance (nclalegol.org) explains how the administrative state tramples our civil liberties and is a threat to our Constitution. The government has outsourced, rather, abdicated, their responsibilities to an administrative bureaucratic government. Caleb discusses the Rick Brown case and how the CDC is attempting to strip him of his personal property rights. CDC is also setting housing policy. Caleb asks people to educate themselves and understand the true nature of the problem.
Priscilla Rahn, teacher and former principal, believes COVID-19 safety protocols need to be put in place in our schools so that children can return to in person learning.
Rose Pugliese, Mesa County Commissioner, joins Kim to discuss the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s order to close businesses regardless of the county’s innovative 5 Star Program.