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March 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. 

Keeping Schools Safe From Violence

Former Army Special Reaction Team leader and former police officer Yvonne Paez addresses what we can do to keep schools safe. Lisa Bennett, entrepreneur and owner of the western slope luxury cabin rental Wild Skies, discusses what is happening on the western slope with the introduction of gray wolves.

What Is Government?

Rick Turnquist addresses the proper role of Government. Urban land planning and transportation expert Randal O’Toole discusses Colorado Senate Bill 23-213 which usurps local control and could bring the end to Single Family Zoning in some communities.

Are Federal Reserve Policies Throwing The Economy Into a Recession or Repression?

Economic historian and co-author of Taxes Have Consequences: An Income Tax History of the United States Dr. Brian Domitrovic addresses current economic conditions. Managing Director of the National Shooting Sports Foundation Mark Oliva explains how proposed Colorado legislation is antithetical to our Constitutional Rights.

The Fed’s Role in SVB’s Failure

Founder and CEO of First American State Bank Jay Davidson explains how the Federal Reserve’s meteoric raising of interest rates to cool the economy, reduce wage growth, and decrease employment is having consequences in the banking industry. Trent Loos discusses water in the west and California’s disregard for proper water management.

The Plot to Raid Colorado’s Unemployment Trust Fund

Passio HR CEO Roger Hays addresses legislation that hurts the Colorado dream. Diane Ferraro with Save the Storks discusses current abortion legislation. Roots Medical’s Matt Dark introduces the “Right to Refuse” lawsuit.

The Importance of Medal of Honor Day

Medal of Honor recipient and Co-Founder of the Center for American Values in Pueblo Drew Dix discusses the importance of Medal of Honor Day, which is March 25. School mental health assessments are ultimately meant to harvest data on students.

Is There a Right to Violate Rights?

Liberty Toastmasters tackle the questions, “Is there a right to violate rights? Is it okay for the establishment of collective entitlements to violate the natural rights of the individual?” Rep. Brandi Bradley discusses the proposed abortion legislation.

Gavin Newsom and the Silicon Valley Bank Failure

CEO and Founder of Open the Books Adam Andrzejewski discusses his recent Substack essay The Silicon Valley Bank Coverup and the Roads Leading to Gov. Gavin Newsom. Sixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos shares his perspective regarding Tyson Foods closing two of their chicken production facilities.

Trump and His Competitors

Epoch Times Reporter Nathan Worcester discusses his latest article, Trump’s Competitors Seek to Set Themselves Apart Without Upsetting MAGA. Newly elected Douglas County GOP officers Steven Peck and Matt Emerson address unifying Coloradans to reclaim the state that we love.

Lincoln’s Rebuke Towards Lawlessness

As in Civil War times, America is in a dangerous and tenuous place. Patriotic historian Ben Martin continues our series on Mr. Lincoln: His Life and Sword. Transportation and land planning expert Randal O’Toole discusses fifteen minute cities.

Border Security Has Always Been The Government’s Primary Job

Author Allen Thomas discusses his latest essay, Border Security Has Always Been The Government’s Primary Job, and how the cartel border crisis and how the Federalist Papers would have viewed the federal government’s role. Dr. Rachel Corbett with Roots Medical shares her perspective regarding the documentary Anecdotals.

America’s Climate Change Fail

Economist Stephen Moore explains the real “green” in the green movement is your money. Bob Boswell, CEO of Laramie Energy, joins Kim to discuss Tracy Stone-Manning, the new Bureau of Land Management director.

The SVB Collapse

Founder and CEO of First American State Bank Jay Davidson joins Kim to break down the Silicon Valley Bank failure. ixth generation farmer and rancher Trent Loos comments on recent train derailments.

The J6 Tapes

Western correspondent for The Federalist Tristan Justice discusses his recent publications regarding new information on January 6th. Dave Williams joins Kim to discuss his role as the new Chair of the Colorado Republican party. Professor Kurt Gerwitz shares his thoughts on social mobility and updates regarding Sam Bankman-Fried and ChatGPT.

A Climate Conversation

Geophysicist Walt Johnson explains the vision for his new documentary A Climate Conversation which received a standing ovation at The Heartland Institute’s recent International Conference on Climate Change. Dr. Carrie Johannson discusses her book Self Help on the Go: Because You’re Not Broken But Life Gets Tricky Sometimes.

Kant and Critical Race Theory

Princeton professor Dr. Allen Guelzo explains that critical theory has a long trail. Aurora City Councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky describes the harrowing experience of having a former Arapahoe County social worker make false accusations against her, and the failed attempto take Jurinsky’s child.

School Mental Health Surveys are a Tool for Expanding Pharmaceutical Drugs to Students

Big pharma and PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats, and Interested Parties) are co-opting our care of our children to push an agenda of more and more drugs foisted upon our kids in the name of mental health. Former captain in the Army Medical Service Corps and West Point graduate Pam Long explains the PBIs’ agenda and what we can do to reclaim the mental health of our children. Dan Caldwell of the Center for Renewing America on the positive gains for conservatives with Kevin McCarthy taking control of the House. Anthony Hartsook discusses current firearm bill proposals.

Anthony Fauci in China

Dr. James Lyons-Weiler discusses his most recent essay Steel-Manning Fauci: Speculation on Why Fauci Funded Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan, China – and Nearly Got Away with It. Sixth generation Trent Loos addresses PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats, and Interested Parties) regulatory assault on our food and energy security.

The Left’s Secret Infrastructure to Flip Arizona Blue

Reporter at the Arizona Free Press Corinne Murdock discusses her recent essay The Left’s Secret Infrastructure to Flip Arizona Blue. The Car Coach Lauren Fix shares her perspective on the WEF’s agenda that everything you need would be within a fifteen minute walk or bike ride. The Car Coach Lauren Fix shares her perspective on the WEF’s agenda that everything you need would be within a fifteen minute walk or bike ride. Greg Lopez explains concerns regarding transparency of a new special district.

The NFL and Coerced Player Vaccinations

Founder of Health Freedom Defense Fund Leslie Manookian discusses the letter that HFD recently sent the National Football League Players Association. Former acting director of the Bureau of Land Management William Perry Pendley explains the danger of Biden’s agenda to the West. Colorado Representative Scott Bottoms notes legislation that would make it more difficult to protect yourself and your family.

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