October 2020

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. 

Life of a Ballot

Merlin Klotz, Douglas County Clerk & Recorder, encourages people to view the video, “The Life of a Ballot,” at the website  Merlin makes the case that Colorado’s mail-in system is the most secure way to vote, adding that Colorado has been recognized as the safest place to vote.

Pennsylvania’s Role in the 2020 Election

Richard Baris, Managing Director with Big Data Poll, joins Kim and is very optimistic on polling favoring Trump.  As Richard takes listeners through an in-depth analysis, he centers his attention on Pennsylvania. 

Socialists Don’t Sleep

Guest Cheryl Chumley is a commentary writer and the online opinion editor for The Washington Times, and author of the new book, “Socialists Don’t Sleep: Christians Must Rise or America Will Fall.”

Preserving America

Jay Davidson, Founder and CEO of First American State Bank, unequivocally states that this election is about freedom vs. collectivism and control.  America is a Constitutional Republic that we must preserve.

Hunter Biden, American Princeling

Helen Raleigh, speaker, an immigrant from China and author of the article, American Princelings, joins Kim to discuss political gains by children of noteworthy politicians.  Timely as Hunter Biden’s emails become public.  The entrenched DC swamp advocates for false policy and will only become worse with a Biden-Harris presidency.  Trump is challenging China and is instituting some of the harshest policies in history against China to protect American interests.

Homeschooling Through the Pandemic

Amanda DiVito Parle, Team Lead for DiVito Dream Makers, joins Kim and Karen to discuss her creativity and innovation in building the Dream Academy.  Amanda took it into her own hands to find the best education for her three children during the COVID-19/Wuhan Virus reaction disruption.  This led her to forming a micro-school, hiring a teacher and finding a curriculum that matched her values for K-3rd grades.  Homeschooling at its finest.

Energy Policies and the Upcoming Elections

Tom Petrie and Kim discuss energy policies and the upcoming election. Douglas County Commissioner Lora Thomas on Covid-19 and its broad impacts, her support for law enforcement, and her advocacy for Douglas County school resource officers.

Identity Politics vs Freedom of Speech

Brad Beck, co-founder of Liberty Toastmasters (, converses with Kim on monsters that are being forced upon us by governments, non-profits, businesses and schools. 

Trump’s Tax Cuts and Why They Matter

Jason McBride joins Kim in studio to discuss the importance of TABOR, Trump’s tax cuts, and other issues. Doug Townsend, Colorado State Senate District 31, reports voters are concerned about education, jobs, community safety and riots. 

The Problems with Prop 118

Guest millennial Steven Peck discusses with Kim Proposition 118 on the ballot, Paid Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI).

Polling Techniques and Why They Matter

Guest Richard Baris, Director of Big Data Poll, discusses with Kim techniques used in polling, including “Live Caller” polls. Vanessa Warren-Demott, candidate for Colorado House District 29, joins Kim to state why she is the best candidate to represent her district. 

Colorado Needs Your Vote

Bob Roth, candidate for Colorado Senate District 26, believes that we are not fairly represented at the Capitol as all three chambers are controlled by one party. Laurel Imer, candidate for Colorado House District 24, emphasizes community safety, and the differences between her and her opponent who is included as one of the Cruel 17.

The Danger of Chinese Influence on American Universities

Guest Josh Philipp, China expert and award-winning investigative reporter with The Epoch Times, joins Kim and Susan to discuss Chinese Communist Party (CCP) influence in America universities, the renewable energy industry and China’s dominance as it controls rare earth minerals, and technology.