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.
James Varney of Real Clear Investigations on SB22-175 and the questionable approach to immigration enforcement by ICE under the direction of the Biden administration. Liberty Toastmasters (Denver and North chapters) present their views on the constitutional role of government to define, protect and enforce individual rights through the establishment of the rule of law. Bill of the Day is SB22-175, Mobile Electronic Devices And Motor Vehicle Driving.
America is weak from woke leadership and woke policies. Author Helen Raleigh discusses her essay, Wokeism Has Weakened The State of the Union. Candidate interview with Ron Hanks. Lisa Bennet on the woke assault against rural communities. Bill of the Day is HB22-1163 State Income Tax Deduction For Medical Expenses.
Vaccine scientist Dr. Robert Malone discusses America’s response to COVID-19 and mass formation psychosis. Candidate interview with Laurel Imer. Bill of the Day is HB22-1326, Fentanyl Accountability And Prevention.
Tina Peters on the April 5th Election Integrity rally (at the Capitol) (along with guest Roger Hudson, Castle Pines City Council member). Ret. Air Force Lt. Col. Bill Rutledge on climate issues and the over-reach of regulation. Bill of the Day is HB22-1302, HealthCare Practice Transformation.
Bob Boswell of Laramie Energy explains why alternative energy is a supplement, not a replacement, for fossil fuels. Christie Whaley shares her experience with Xcel’s new smart meters. Bill of the Day is HB22-1305, Paid Family Medical Leave Premium Reduction.
Jay Davidson explains how industry self-regulation can succeed if guided by the Constitution. Ryan Broughton and Glenn Rhoades on the urgent need for securing Colorado’s power grid. Brianna Spicka on how Larimer county and Thompson School District’s mask mandates harmed her son. Bill of the Day is HB22-1089, Rideshares And Uninsured Motorist Insurance Coverage
Ben Martin presents the March episode of The Essential Founding Fathers. This month’s episode focuses on the Pre-Revolutionaries. Holly Kasun of The US Election Integrity Plan presents the findings of the USEIP’s Colorado Canvassing Report. Bill of the Day is SB22-006, Sales Tax Assistance for Small Businesses
John Spence and Mike Young of the EMP Task Force share tips for preparing for a Black Sky Hazard. Candidate Interview with Tonya Van Beber (Colorado Senate District 1). Bill of the Day is HB22-1295, Department Early Childhood And Universal Preschool Program.
Dr. Douglas Groothius shares his thought on Colorado House Bill 22-1279, The Reproductive Health Equity Act. Allen Thomas discusses his latest essay, The Folly of Licensure Exams. Bill of the Day is HB22-1236, Parents Bill of Rights.
Today’s show is a rebroadcast of interviews from two previous March broadcasts.
Mollie Hemingway, editor in chief of The Federalist, joins Kim to discuss her recent book, Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections. Bill of the Day is SB22-153, Election Security Measures. Candidate interviews with Greg Lopez (gubernatorial candidate) and John Anderson (Douglas County Sheriff).
Susan Kochevar questions whether the pandemic’s medical experts told us the truth. Bill of the Day HB22-1260, Access To Medically Necessary Services For Students. KLZ 560 turns 100 and Kim and Richard Beattie talk about the station’s history. Candidate interview with Robin Webb, who is running for Colorado State House District 43.
Economist Brian Domitrovic explains why inflation has reached levels not seen since the 1970s. Andi Buerger talks about a sex education bill that could lead kids to harm. Bill of the Day HB22-1121, Supporting Local Media. The bill is sponsored by Democrat Lisa Cutter, a self-proclaimed environmental champion who sells advertising services. The bill is designed to force state agencies to spend at least half of their ad budgets on newspapers, generating potentially tons of unread newsprint.
Rick Turnquist explains how Democrat energy policies have harmed America. Bill of the Day covers a number of bills that target behavioral health. Sherronna Bishop, America’s Mom, and campaign adviser for Tina Peters, talks about Secretary of State Jena Griswold’s weaponization of the office and Peters’ campaign to unseat Griswold.
John Spence and Mike Young of the Colorado Electromagnetic Pulse Task Force explain America’s vulnerability to attack on its power grids and other critical infrastructure. Deb Flora presents her new movie, Whose Children Are they? Bill of the day is HB22-1282, The Innovative Housing Incentive Program.
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler and Dr. Jill Vecchio examine why governments and other authorities promoted vaccine mandates over alternate treatments for COVID-19. Bill of the Day is HB22-1152, Prohibit Employer Adverse Action Marijuana Use.
Daniel Turner, executive director of Power the Future, on how Russia’s war against Ukraine is forcing countries to recognize the need for an energy-independence policy bolstered by access to fossil fuels. Bill of the Day is HB22-1101, Public Employees’ Retirement Association Service Retiree Employment In Rural Schools.
Dr. Kelli Ward, the chair of the Arizona Republican Party, talks about her latest book, “Justified: The Story of America’s Audit.” Bill of the Day is HB22-1279, Reproductive Health Equity Act.
Josh Phillips on Russia’s war against Ukraine, candidate interview with Erik Aadland, who is running for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District. Bill of the Day is HB22-1273, Protections For Elections Officials.
Candidate Interviews: with Gino Campana, who is running for U.S. Senate, and Tim Reichert, who is running for Congress. Bill of the Day is SB22-128, Implicit Bias In Jury Selection.
Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address was testimony to a weak president with a dangerous agenda. Brigitte Gabriel and Kim Monson analyze the 2020 State of the Union Address. Bill of the day is HB22-1162, Motor Vehicle Digital Number Plates. The bill seems designed to enrich the Department of Revenue with little or no benefit to taxpayers.
The election for Colorado’s Secretary of State is shaping up to be the most important. Tina Peters explains why she is running for Secretary of State. Bill of the Day is SB22-113, Artificial Intelligence Facial Recognition. In this bill, a Democrat proposes taxpayers fund a committee to observe artificial intelligence programs spying on Coloradoans.