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.
Guest Joshua Dunn, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Professor in Constitutional Law and political theory, discusses with Kim the importance of Alexis de Tocqueville’s thought on political equality and social equality, and its applicability to today’s current events.
Stan Everitt, founder of the Legacy Project, joins Kim to kick of Independence Week on the Kim Monson Show.
Guest Brad Beck and Kim continue their conversation as to what are the best steps for effective communication. Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, and Karen Levine, award-winning Realtor, join Kim to discuss the state of the real-estate market.
Guest Jason McBride with Gang Rescue and Support Program (GRASP; graspyouth.org) explains his involvement in the community as he actively works with gang members and shows them a better way of life through intervention programs. State Representative Tim Geitner joins Kim to discuss HB20-1425, Hospital Patient Visitation Rights During COVID-19. Jason McBride with Presidential Wealth alerts us to improvements within the CARES Act.
Cooperation and Coercion: How Busybodies Became Busybullies and What That Means for Economics and Politics
Guest Antony Davis, associate professor of economics at Duquesne University and co-author of Cooperation and Coercion: How Busybodies Became Busybullies and What That Means for Economics and Politics, joins Kim in a discussion regarding cooperation vs. coercion. Tim McCormack, candidate for District Attorney for Adams and Broomfield Counties, states that this office is about protecting and serving the community, and not about politicizing it for a specific agenda.
Guest Ben Martin, former army ranger and historian, resumes his series Important Speeches and Documents in America’s Founding in highlighting Patrick Henry, famous for declaring, “Give me liberty or give me death!”
Allen explains that qualified immunity has its philosophical origin in a constitutional test and explains the history behind this concept.
Guest Rick Turnquist, author and blogger on toadvancefreedom.com, joins Kim to talk about his recent article available at kimmonson.com, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly–A Look at the 2020 General Assembly Session. Lorne Levy with Polygon Financial talks of opportunity as mortgage rates are at record lows.
Guest Jason McBride with Presidential Wealth and Kim have enriching conversations on current events.
Susan Harris, partner of the Kim Monson Show and sponsor of the series featuring Ben Martin exploring Important Speeches and Documents of the American Foundation, dissects the meaning of “conservatism” with Kim. A School Resource Officer (SRO) joins Kim to discuss the recent action by Denver Public Schools and Boulder Valley School District to dissolve their School Resource Officer Program.
Guest Helen Raleigh, an immigrant from China and a senior contributor to The Federalist encourages listeners to attend Kim’s Salon series event Three Punches to Knock Down Democratic Socialism. Priscilla Rahn, University of Colorado Regent Candidate, joins Kim to discuss the importance of educating young people.
Karen Levine discusses the affordability of buying a home as interest rates continue to be at record lows. John Kellner, 18th District DA candidate (johnkellner.com), examines Colorado Senate Bill 20-217, Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity.
Suzanne Staiert, candidate for SD 27, suzannestaiert.com, joins Kim to discuss her candidacy, the recent ethics trial for former Gov. Hickenlooper and ballot initiative Due Date Too Late. Anthony Hartsook, retired Lt. Colonel with the Army, discusses the current controversy regarding George Teal, candidate for Douglas County Commissioner.
Guest Jay Davidson, founder, chairman, and CEO of First American State Bank, discusses with Kim the challenges America is facing today. Sue Moore from the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado (rlcco.org) reviews aggressive bills that should not have been introduced or heard during the extended session.
Retired Air Force Major General Bentley Rayburn joins Kim to explain what took place on the historic day, June 6, 1944, known as D-Day.
State Representative Kim Ransom joins Kim to discuss the state budget that was passed in the House and is now in the Senate. Reggie Carr and Johnny Thomas, founders I’MA Trumpster, talk about their new show on KLZ starting Sunday, June 14th, 4-5 pm.
Guest Andrew Roise, software executive and founder of Reopen Colorado, joins Kim to discuss efforts and challenges going forward. Tim McCormack, candidate for Broomfield County and Adams County District Attorney, believes in the right to assemble and does not believe in riots that involve violence, property destruction and theft of property.
Former State Senator Kevin Lundberg, author of the Lundberg Report (kevinlundberg.com to subscribe), joins Kim to discuss what is happening at the Colorado Capitol.
Guest Joshua Philipp, an award-winning investigative reporter with The Epoch Times and host of The China Report remarks on current events involving the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Sue Moore with the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado, rlcco.org, joins Kim to discuss actions of the Colorado State Legislature as they reconvene after a “temporary” adjournment.