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SUNDAY | July 14

Hansel Lee Sr.

WWII B-24 bomber pilot, Hansel Lee, flew 33 missions in the European Theater. 

MONDAY | July 15

Rob Natelson

The fireworks surrounding the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh shed light on the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Many “conservatives” breathed a sigh of relief once Judge Kavanaugh was confirmed because America now had a conservative court. But do we? Monday, we’ll have a conversation with Rob Natelson, nationally known Constitutional scholar, about his recent publication in Complete ColoradoNo, We Do Not Have a Conservative Supreme Court.

TUESDAY | July 16

Karen Levine

Randal O'Toole

Fasten your seat belts!  The folks who want you to conduct your life on a bike, a train or a bus are in full force.  But where did these folks learn that idea? Tuesday, award-winning RE/MAX Alliance and Americhicks partner, Karen Levine, joins me in studio. We’ll have a conversation with Cato Institute transportation and urban development expert, Randal O’Toole, about your freedom to be mobile.

WEDNESDAY | July 17

Kevin Lundberg

Politicians, bureaucrats and interested parties opine that the days of the internal combustion engine are numbered because of emerging “zero-emissions vehicle” (ZEV) technologies. Just to make sure, politicians, bureaucrats, and interested parties are using the force of public policy and subsidies to move everyday hard-working folks out of the vehicles that work best for them and into expensive electric vehicles that don’t fit their needs.  Wednesday, Jonathan Lesser, President of Continental Economics, joins me to dissect the high cost of electric vehicle subsidies. 

THURSDAY | July 18

Jason McBride

Public officials say tax rebates and other incentives are worth the cost because of the resulting increase in jobs, commerce, and tax revenue.  But it could also bring new competition to existing businesses–a competition that our very own government uses to pick winners and losers. Deals like this mean small mom-and-pop shops continue to carry the full tax burden while the big rich new guy gets a break. Is this fair? Broomfield City Councilman Mike Shelton joins me Thursday for an important discussion on this subject. 

FRIDAY | July 19

Rick Turnquist

How’s the Trump economy working out for you and your neighbors? The recent GDP growth of 3.2% is off the charts when compared with our previous president’s prediction of the new norm of 1 – 1.5% GDP growth. What is going on? Friday, Dr. Brian Domitrovic, historical economist, and co-author with Larry Kudlow of JFK & The Reagan Revolution, joins me to break down the results.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | July 7

Hansel Lee Sr.

WWII B-24 bomber pilot, Hansel Lee, flew 33 missions in the European Theater. 

MONDAY | July 15

Rob natleson

The fireworks surrounding the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh shed light on the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court.  Many “conservatives” breathed a sigh of relief once Judge Kavanaugh was confirmed because America now had a conservative court. But do we? Monday, we’ll have a conversation with Rob Natelson, nationally known Constitutional scholar, about his recent publication in Complete ColoradoNo, We Do Not Have a Conservative Supreme Court.

TUESDAY | July 16

Karen Levine

Randal O'toole

Fasten your seat belts!  The folks who want you to conduct your life on a bike, a train or a bus are in full force.  But where did these folks learn that idea? Tuesday, award-winning RE/MAX Alliance and Americhicks partner, Karen Levine, joins me in studio. We’ll have a conversation with Cato Institute transportation and urban development expert, Randal O’Toole, about your freedom to be mobile.

WEDNESDAY | July 17

Kevin Lundberg

Intersectionality. The Gallagher Amendment, TABOR (Colorado’s Taxpayers Bill of Rights) and Amendment 23.  All three of these amendments, to the Colorado Constitution, relate to taxes, your wallet, and your personal economic well-being and prosperity. There is an organized effort brewing to use the intersectionality of these amendments to get you to vote to get rid of TABOR, Colorado’s Taxpayers Bill of Rights. Wednesday, former State Senator, Kevin Lundberg will help you understand these issues so that you can protect yourself and your family against excessive taxation. 

THURSDAY | July 18

Jason McBride

The stock market is hitting new highs, more people are working and there seems to be a spring in the step of the people you meet on the street.  But, the first thing that matters to every day, hard-working people is your personal economy.  That’s where Jason McBride, Presidential Wealth Management, comes in.  Thursday, Jason McBride joins me to share nuggets of wisdom about the overall economy and how you can make your personal economy thrive and prosper. 

FRIDAY | July 19

Rick Turnqusit

It’s just about good manners!  That’s what TABOR, the Taxpayers Bill of Rights, (which is in the Colorado Constitution) is all about.  It just says, hey politicians, bureaucrats, and interested parties, if you want to raise our taxes, incur debt (that we hard-working Coloradans have to pay off) or keep our tax refunds above a generous formula of population plus inflation, you just have to ask us, the people. Friday, blogger and author, Rick Turnquist, will explain how TABOR protects your wallet.

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