January 2023

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. 

Voice of Courage

Andi Buerger discusses her new magazine, Voices of Courage. It is a compilation of insights, stories, and frontline knowledge from trafficking survivors, human rights activists, and journalists. Liberty Toastmasters share their perspectives regarding the Principle of Self Interest versus Principles of Altruism and Guilt..

Are School Counselors a Threat to Students?

Alvin Lui with Courage is a Habit explains that school counselors are the most dangerous entity in K-12 education. President of the Alabama State Fraternal Order of Police Everette Johnson explains the importance of use of force protections in America.. Holly Green joins Kim to continue the discussion regarding the subsidized housing controversy in Douglas County..

Where We Are (And Where We Came From)

Rick Turnqusit joins Kim to discuss his latest essay, Where We Are (And Where We Came From). In this essay, Turnquist discusses that the privileges

Natural Gas Bans on Furnaces and Stoves

CEO of Laramie Energy Bob Boswell explains what it means for cities facing bans on natural gas furnaces and stoves. Boulder County GOP Chairwoman Theresa Watson discusses Democrat Boulder County representative Tracy Bernett’s resignation from the Colorado State House. Colorado GOP Representative Ty Winter notes what is happening under the Golden Dome.

An Eggistential Crisis

Sixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos discusses what has happened with the price of eggs in Colorado and around the world.. Andy Jones and Kelind Thomas join Kim to explain why they are running for Douglas County GOP. Engaged citizen Ted Mische explains the upcoming GOP bonus member elections, caucus elections, and why it is so important for the “We the People” Grass Roots to be involved..

Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist

Actor, director and producer Kevin Sorbo discusses his new movie Left Behind: The Rise of the Antichrist, which will be showing in theaters beginning January 26th. Sixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos shares his experiences at the National Western Stock Show and addresses our food security and energy security.

Read The Bill Petition Reaches Goal

Founder of Open the Books Adam Andrzejewski explains victory regarding the 118th Congress’s adoption of the “Read the Bill” requirement and posting every piece of legislation online with 72 hours notice. RE/MAX realtor Karen Levine and Mortgage Specialist Lorne Levy share the latest regarding home ownership and interest rates. Todd Watkins joins Kim to discuss the newly formed Peak Republicans group of El Paso county, and its focus on election integrity.

Behind Closed Doors

Alvin Lui with Courage is a Habit explains how ASCA (American School Counselor Association) influences the adoption of Critical Race Theory propaganda in public schools.

2,000 Mules Cell Phone Data

Gregg Phillips with True the Vote explains True the Vote’s cell phone locator data which is the basis for Dinesh D’souza’s documentary 2000 Mules. Dr. Brian Joondeph discusses his recent essay at American Thinker, There Certainly Was an Insurrection But Not By Trump. Jessica Vaughn, Director of Policy Studies at the Center for Immigration Studies joins Kim to discuss her recently published article, Biden’s Border Policies Facilitate Shocking Modern Slavery.

Jefferson County Land Grab

Taralyn Romero joins Kim to explain why Jefferson County Commissioners are attempting a land grab of Taralyn Romero’s property along Bear Creek in Kittredge. Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, joins Kim to discuss the Biden Administration’s border policies. Colorado State Senator-elect Mark Baisley shares updates regarding an “In God We Trust” Colorado license plate.

The Politicization of Science, Medicine and Public Health

Dr. James Lyons-Weiler joins Kim to discuss his latest Substack piece, No Inquest Will Be Forthcoming Due to Lack of GOP Senate Majority. Expert on food security and energy security Trent Loos discusses the steep increase in price for eggs in Colorado. 

Inflation, Interest Rates, and the Automotive Industry in 2023

Car Coach Lauren Fix joins Kim to discuss why automotive executives are concerned that inflation and high-interest rates will adversely affect their business in 2023. Co-founder of Perspectives 101 Yvonne Paez discusses messaging the difference between freedom and free stuff.

What to Expect From Politicians, Bureaucrats, and Interested Parties in 2023

Founder and president of The Rutherford Institute John Whitehead predicts more of the same of the authoritarian moves by PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats, and Interested Parties) in 2023. Michael Mabee with Grid Security Now discusses his complaint to the federal government about the lack of grid security. Representative Rose Pugliese shares her perspective regarding the 2023 legislative session

Tina Peters discusses her upcoming court dates in 2023.

Tina Peters’ Upcoming Court Dates

Former Mesa County Clerk and Recorder and former candidate for Secretary of State Tina Peters discusses her upcoming court dates. The Colorado legislature convenes January 9th for the 2023 session. Member of the Joint Budget Committee Colorado Representative Rod Bockenfeld explains estimated revenue and spending for 2023. Wade Miller with Center for Renewing America joins Kim to offer context and analysis surrounding the difficulties Kevin McCarthy has faced in his historic failure to secure votes for Speaker of the House.

Red Flag Laws Are Attacks On Due Process

Former candidate for Douglas County Sheriff John Anderson explains how we can constitutionally address dangerous individuals without harming due process. President of American Commitment Phil Kerpen discusses Biden’s student loan bailout.