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november 2022

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. 

Why China and India Keep Adding Coal-Fired Energy Plants

Research Associate at the CO2 coalition Vijay Jayaraj, who lives in Bengaluru, India, discusses why India and China are adding coal fired energy plants while back home in Colorado Xcel energy is planning on shutting down clean burning coal fired energy plants. Founder of Open the Books Adam Andrzejewski explains that Illinois is in trouble because 132,188 public employees are receiving $100,000 paychecks.

The Essence of Liberty is the Opportunity to Exercise Choice

It’s Liberty Toastmaster’s Day on the Kim Monson Show. Members of Liberty Toastmasters join Kim to explain how the essence of liberty is the opportunity to exercise choice.. Executive Director of the Center for Renewing America Wade Miller discusses the Center’s mission. Citizen Cindy David explains her concerns with the Broomfield City Council’s unconstitutional ordinance regarding individuals protecting themselves and their loved ones. Dr. Rachel Corbett shares medical freedom updates.

What Are You Certain Of?

Brad Beck joins Kim in the studio to discuss election issues and drift away from traditional values and to also promote his upcoming essay, What Are You Certain Of? representation. Coloradans’ votes and voices are being marginalized through legalized election manipulation such as dirty and bloated voter rolls, three weeks to vote, ballot drop boxes, and legalized ballot harvesting. Researcher Lisa Bennett discusses where do we go from here?

Pediatricians and school districts are becoming more aggressive regarding child vaccination policies.

Your Body, Their Choice

“My body, my choice” has been the mantra of abortionists for decades. However, when it came to the Emergency Use Authorization “vaccine” during COVID, many activists turned a blind eye to “my body, my choice.” Scientist and founder of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge Dr. James Lyons-Weiler discusses this disconnect. Author of Shadows of the Acropolis Richard C. Lyons explains the progression of the Administrative State in America.

Bill Federer explains why the pilgrims came to America.

The Pilgrims and the Quest for Self-Governance

Author and founder of The American Minute Bill Federer discusses why the Pilgrims made the treacherous trip to the New World. Author of Rediscovering America Scott Powell explains the five key principles to the Mayflower Compact.

The End of the Revolutionary War

Patriotic historian and West Point graduate Ben Martin discusses intriguing details regarding the end of our Revolutionary War. Founder and CEO of First American State Bank Jay Davidson discusses the recent election.

Dr. Jill Vecchio on the Great Reset

Dr. Jill Vecchio delves into her research of the Fabian Society and George Orwell. Vecchio discusses who some of the “theys” are in the scenario and connects the dots between the World Economic Forum’s Agenda and many of those who participated in the WEF’s Young Emerging Leaders Program.

Individuals Must Have Accurate Information About Abortions

Founder of Life Decisions Giuliana Day, Dr. Catherine Wheeler, and Dr. Tom Perille (President of Democrats for Life), explain that individuals must have accurate information regarding abortion, unite with others to inform people, and provide options and resources for unplanned pregnancies within the context of compassion. Transportation expert Randal O’Toole shares the story of American Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser.

I’ll Give You Amnesty on One Condition

Allen Thomas discusses his most recent essay, I’ll Give You Amnesty on One Condition.  Princeton professor and expert on Gettysburg Dr. Allen Guelzo explains the importance of The Gettysburg Address and Lincoln’s words, “and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”

Pass the Public Pension Gravy

Joshua Sharf,  senior fellow in fiscal policy at the Independence Institute, joins Kim to discuss his essay, Proposed Bill Ladles Gravy on Public Pension Retirees. Mortgage specialist Lorne Levy and RE/MAX realtor Karen Levine discuss the latest regarding mortgages and home ownership.

Leslie Manookian gives an update on recent rulings in the TSA lawsuit before the Supreme Court.

Leslie Manookian Update on Suit Against CDC

Leslie Manookian, founder of Health Freedom Defense Fund, which filed the initial lawsuit against the CDC, discusses the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear an appeal on a case challenging the Transportation Security Administration’s authority to mandate face coverings on public transport in national emergencies. Taxpayer advocate, government watchdog, and creator of Ballot 2022 Natalie Menten shares her thoughts regarding the recent election and tax questions.

Kevin Lundberg On the Phillips County Election Integrity Project Symposium

Kevin Lundberg, former Colorado state senator and author of The Lundberg Report, shares his thoughts regarding the recent Phillips County Election Integrity Project Symposium. Car Coach Lauren Fix addresses President Biden’s declaration that there is “no more” drilling for oil and what this means for everyday, hard-working Americans and our freedom of mobility.

We Are Living in a Time of Superabundance

Marian Tupy, Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and co-author of the new book, Superabundance: The Story of Population Growth, Innovation, and Human Flourishing on an Infinitely Bountiful Planet, explains that, despite the World Economic Forum’s agenda of depopulation, the world actually faces an “underpopulation” problem. Investigative journalist Sara Carter discusses her new podcast series that documents her investigation deep into the U.S.-Mexico border.

What Happened to the Red Wave?

Kevin Lundberg, former state senator and author of The Lundberg Report, discusses the latest election results. Steve Brown with the Phillips County Election Integrity Project shares information about the Symposium they are hosting on Sunday, November 13th in Holyoke. Laramie Energy CEO Bob Boswell explains why the election results are so important for everyday, hard-working people’s access to reliable, affordable, efficient, and abundant energy.

America Needs Election Reform

Dr. James Lyons-Weiler joins Kim to discuss America’s need for election reform. Kim discusses 2022 election results.

Heidi Gahnal’s Game Day Perspective

Heidi Ganahl joins Kim on Election Day to discuss her perspective on the 2022 elections in Colorado. Trent Loos with BEK-TV discusses the importance of this election and how it relates to our food supply and affordable, efficient, abundant, and reliable energy sources.

Ukraine’s Power Grid Vulnerability Shows Need to Fortify US Power Grid

Glenn Rhoades, director of national operations for EMP Task Force, joins Kim for a discussion on the need to fortify the US power grid. Scott Cleland, founder and executive director of the Restore Us Institute, joins Kim to explain the Restore Us Institute’s mission to protect people from danger online.

The Problems with Municipal Broadband

Jarrett Skorup with the Mackinac Center discusses government broadband. Founder of Clear the Bench Matt Arnold explains processes for you when determining your vote regarding the judges on your ballot. Jodi Inman, Executive director of Colorado Women’s Alliance, joins Kim to promote CWA’s annual Wine and Wind down event on November 15th.

Flag Officers 4 America

Ret. Army Major General Joe Arbuckle discusses the Flag Officers 4 America open letter that provides citizens with a national security assessment and asks citizens to get involved and vote. Joe Brunner, local independent owner of Lukas Liquors, explains that a “NO” vote on the three ballot alcohol questions will ultimately preserve lower prices and choices for consumers in Colorado.

What are Public/Private Partnerships (PPPs)?

Dr. Jill Vecchio connects the dots between PPPs and agendas of radical activists who are working to destroy America. Entrepreneur and owner of 88 Drive-In Theatre Susan Kochevar discusses the current election.

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