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.
Ben Martin presents the second lecture of his history series, The Essential Founding Fathers. In this month’s lecture, Martin focuses on the achievements and partnership of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. This series is made possible by the support of Susan Harris and the Harris Family.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has prompted punitive sanctions against Nord Stream 2. How will energy sanctions against Russia impact energy-dependent countries? What national security risks do countries face when they lack energy independence? The Bill of the Day: SB22-116, Increase Occupational Credential Portability.
Biden’s Build Back Better Act is dead, but his Build Back Better agenda is not. Candidate Interview with Holly Kluth (Douglas County Sheriff). Bill of the day is HB22-1069, Parent Authority To Request Public School Reforms.
Kim and members of Liberty Toastmasters Denver and Liberty Toastmasters North answer the question: “Is there a right to violate rights?” HB22-1071, Damages In Class Actions Consumer Protection Act, a bill sponsored by a class-action attorney that benefits class-action attorneys.
Dan Haley, CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association explains why current proposals to raise additional funds to plug orphaned wells places Colorado’s oil and gas operators in a dangerous financial position. Darren Weekly on his candidacy for Douglas County Sheriff. A look at HB22-1090, Reasonable Independence For Children.
Bill of the Day SB22-138 is corporate and government cronyism disguised as reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Allen Thomas and Kim Monson discuss Thomas’s op-ed, What the Anti-Federalists Got Right. A close look at the government overreach on display in HB22-1138, Reduce Employee Single-occupancy Vehicle Trips.
Housing Costs and Inflation are soaring in Colorado. San Francisco recalls three members of its ultra-progressive school board. Bill of the Day HB22-1129, General Fund Surplus Rebates to Taxpayers.
Alessandra Maria Lavallee on her journey from liberal to true independent, Bill Jack’s run to represent Castle Rock in the Colorado State House, and Bill of the Day HB22-1206, Prohibit Discriminatory Practices in Schools.
Lily Tang Williams on why she is running for Congress and why she is worried that America is following in the footsteps of Communism/Marxism/Maoism. An update on the First Responder Charity Hockey Season and February 19th Fundraiser for Health4Heroes. Bill of the Day HB22-1207, Choice in Low-performing School Districts provides options for parents and students in low-performing school districts.
The Great Reset is a proposition by powerful business and organization forces to use the pandemic as the flashpoint to remove the current iteration of the free market and replace it with something more socialistic in nature. What could go wrong? How will the average person and small business owner be affected? SB22-008, Higher Education Support for Foster Youth, proposes to grant free tuition to Colorado children raised in foster care. Is it the right response to the problem?
John Eastman on the forthcoming legal challenge to Colorado’s open primary law and updates on his subpoena by the January 6th committee. Bill of the Day is HB22-1151, Turf Replacement Program, which proposes to offer a financial incentive for the replacement of irrigated turf with plants that have lower water needs.
Republican County Clerks and Secretary of State Jenna Griswold have extreme differences about Colorado’s election integrity. SB22-066 (Restore Unemployment Insurance Fund Balance) would relieve Colorado’s business owners from a heavy burden to repay the money spent on unemployment benefits during the pandemic. But will Democrats let the bill pass? Roger Hays explains what’s at stake.
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, Dr. Jill Vecchio, and Kim take on the use of totalitarian tactics to enforce a pro mask and vaccine agenda. Today’s Democrat-sponsored Bill of the Day is SB22-099, which advocates for automatic sealing of all non-violent records and prohibiting the contents of those records from being used in employment and housing practices.
Republican Greg Moore explains why he is running for the U.S. Senate, Norma and Jennie reveal how vaccination mandates are hurting service members, a continued look at the Douglas County School Board firing of Corey Wise and the reactions from the press and public, and how capitalism will determine Joe Rogan’s future with Spotify.
Peter Yu on his U.S. Senate candidacy, Pam Long on the conflict of interests inherent in partnerships of public health agencies and private interests. A look at GoFundMe’s discriminatory treatment of Freedom Convoy protestors, the Douglas School Board’s firing of Superintendent Corey Wise and the fallout, and Bill of the Day, HB22-1084: Ineligible Jurors Voter Registration
Anthony Hartsook, candidate for Colorado House District 44, is in the studio with Kim.
Conservationist Lisa Bennett joins Kim to discuss Senate Bill 22-031: Prohibit Hunting Bobcat Lynx And Mountain Lion.
Kim interviews Jewels Gray (Colorado Congressional District 8) and John Anderson (Douglas County Sherriff).
Kim is in studio with candidate for El Paso County Sheriff Steve Noblitt and Kevin Conrad, candidate for Senate District 35.