THE KIM MONSON SHOW ARCHIVE

DECEMBER 2022

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. 

Obamacare and the Government Response to COVID

Dr. Jill Vecchio explains that Obamacare set the stage for what happened during the COVID-19 Wuhan China virus reaction. Reporter for The Epoch Times Nathan Worcester discusses recent reports regarding nuclear fusion. Worcester also comments on China and ESG (Environment, Social, and Government) Scores.

Are we on The Road to Serfdom?

Founder and CEO of First American State Bank Jay Davidson discusses The Road to Serfdom by Friedrich Hayek. Author of Rediscovering America: How the National Holidays Tell an Amazing Story About Who We Are, Scott Powell connects the dots from Christmas to the foundation of America.

Why Mary and Joseph Traveled to Bethlehem

Bill Federer explains why Mary and Joseph were traveling to Bethlehem. Writer at The Epoch Times Nanette Holt shares heartwarming stories about Christmas and kindness.

The Problems With the G20 Bali Leaders’ Declaration

Founder of Health Freedom Defense Fund Leslie Manookian explains how she is mobilizing us to fight back on the G20 Bali Leaders Declaration. Liberty Toastmasters share the perspectives of Santa’s elves on key questions.

Petition For New Colorado “In God We Trust” License Plates

Col. John Priecko (Ret. USAF) shares updates on the “In God We Trust” Colorado license plate petition. Author Helen Raliegh joins Kim to talk about her latest essay, How Communist China Accidentally Created A New Generation Of Pro-Democracy Activists. Entrepreneur and finance professor Kurt Gerwitz discusses his perspective regarding Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX crypto-currency.

Biden’s Immigration Goals Are Not Compassionate

Todd Watkins discusses his perspective regarding the mass migration occurring at El Paso, Texas. RE/MAX Realtor Karen Levine and mortgage specialist Lorne Levy address home ownership and mortgage rates.

CDPHE Proposes Vaccine Rule Changes for Online Students and Natural Immunity

Pam Long joins Kim to discuss t the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment proposed rule changes to 6 CCR 1009-2 – The Infant Immunization Program and Immunization of Students Attending School. Jay Valentine, author and Vice President of Operations for FractalWeb.app, joins Kim to discuss his latest essay, Cooking the Books: Why Republicans Always Come Up Short.Co-founder of Liberty Toastmasters Brad Beck introduces his latest essay, Reiterations.

Prices and Profits – Oil and Gas in the Real World

Radical, leftist energy policies pushed forward by the Biden Administration are responsible for our higher consumer gas and electric bills. Friday blogger at To Advance Freedom and author Rick Turnquist discusses his latest essay Prices and Profits: What Leftists Get Wrong.  Industry analyst from the Coalition for a Prosperous America and expert on China Kenneth Rapoza explains the real culprit behind globalization..

Paper Belt on Fire: How Investors Sparked a Revolt Against the University

Venture Capitalist Michael Gibson discusses his book Paper Belt on Fire: How Renegade Investors Sparked a Revolt Against the University. Car Coach Lauren Fix shares updates on vehicle supply chain shortages. Casper Stockham joins Kim to explain why he is running for Chair of the Colorado State GOP.

Has Europe Committed Energy Suicide?

Energy expert Robert Bryce explains that dumb Green Energy policies in Germany and the UK have people hoping for a lump of coal this Christmas. wner of 88 Drive-In Theatre Susan Kochevar discusses how Colorado’s new Family Leave Program is making it even more difficult for small businesses in Colorado.

Don Whipple, Linda Crumbaker, and Jane Perkins

Veteran Don Whipple shares his experiences as a young Marine at the Battle of Iwo Jima. Recently the U.S. Navy identified the remains of my cousin Wilbur Newton who was killed at Pearl Harbor in 1941. My cousins Jane Perkins and Linda Crumbaker share the story of bringing Wilbur home.

The Battle of Language

Thursday York College professor and expert in language, literacy, and rhetoric Dr. Erec Smith discusses rhetoric in America today. Mike Gibson shares his thoughts on the judicial review process in Colorado.