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Dissecting issues as Right vs Wrong instead of Right vs Left. Agree or disagree, let’s have a conversation.

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SUNDAY | MARCH 17

Orson Swindle

Orson Swindle, a decorated Vietnam War prisoner of war, was interned as a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam after he was shot down on November 11, 1966, and was held until his release on March 4, 1973 (6 years, 4 months). Swindle served over twenty years as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps, and he retired as a lieutenant colonel.​

MONDAY | MARCH 18

Frank Hawkins

Freedom of Mobility, Freedom to Drive: The freedom to go where we want, when we want is essential to pursuing the American dream. Executive orders issued by former Gov. Hickenlooper and Gov. Polis tie Colorado’s emission standards to California’s. Tim Jackson is the President of the Colorado Auto Dealers Association. He and fellow guest Lauren Fix talk about why these executive orders are bad for Coloradans. 

TUESDAY | MARCH 19

Jim Lewis

What are the seven basic needs of every human? Tuesday, guest Jim Lewis, Professional Counselor with Southwest Counseling Associates, shares his observations from his thousands of hours of therapy work with hundreds of individuals. It’s important to understand what makes us tick so that we can address our challenges and live full, prosperous and thriving lives. This show may change your life!  Don’t miss it.

WEDNESDAY | MARCH 20

Dr. Thomas Krannawitter

Upward, ever upward. Pressing on. We are Americans and that is our calling. It’s what makes us unique. The idea that we press on and our goal is ever upward towards human flourishing, prosperity, and well-being. Wednesday, Dr. Thomas Krannawitter, author, speaker, and professor joins me to talk about The American Experiment and how it propels everyday humans upward. It promises to be a fascinating conversation.

THURSDAY | MARCH 21

Amy Oliver COoke

Socialized medicine. Medicare for All. Obamacare. What do these all have in common? They make healthcare more expensive and less accessible for everyday, hardworking individuals. But, that’s not what the Democrat presidential candidates will ever admit. Actual results don’t matter to the radical progressive activists who have taken over the Democrat party. Dr. Jill Vecchio exposes the ugly truth of socialized medicine.

FRIDAY | MARCH 22

Amy Everette

Evie Zur

Steve Kessler

Amy Everette and Evie Zur of the 1Church Initiative join the show on Friday. Imagine 2200 Colorado churches united in 24/7 prayer for spiritual awakening. Everette and Zur talk with Kim about 1Chuch Initiative’s goal of uniting all Colorado church’s.  America is a democracy, right? Wrong. America is a constitutional Republic. America’s government was designed to protect the minority from the mob of the majority. The radical, progressive activists who have taken over the Democrat party opine that they care about the minority. Then why are they trying to circumvent the Constitutional Electoral College, thru the National Popular Vote compact?  Steve Kessler will explain why the National Popular Vote is a bad idea.

SUNDAY | MARCH 17

Orson Swindle

Orson Swindle, a decorated Vietnam War prisoner of war, was interned as a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam after he was shot down on November 11, 1966, and was held until his release on March 4, 1973 (6 years, 4 months). Swindle served over twenty years as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps, and he retired as a lieutenant colonel.​

MONDAY | MARCH 18

Frank Hawkins

Who do you think are the ten most destructive Americans of your lifetime? Monday, former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer, Frank Hawkins shares his list of the Ten Most Destructive Americans of His Eight Decades. You’ll probably be surprised at who comes in at #1.

TUESDAY | MARCH 19

Jim Lewis

steve kessler

What are the seven basic needs of every human? Tuesday, guest Jim Lewis, Professional Counselor with Southwest Counseling Associates, shares his observations from his thousands of hours of therapy work with hundreds of individuals. It’s important to understand what makes us tick so that we can address our challenges and live full, prosperous and thriving lives. This show may change your life!  Don’t miss it.

WEDNESDAY | MARCH 20

Dr. Thomas Krannawitter

Upward, ever upward. Pressing on. We are Americans and that is our calling. It’s what makes us unique. The idea that we press on and our goal is ever upward towards human flourishing, prosperity, and well-being. Wednesday, Dr. Thomas Krannawitter, author, speaker, and professor joins me to talk about The American Experiment and how it propels everyday humans upward. It promises to be a fascinating conversation.

THURSDAY | MARCH 21

Amy Oliver Cooke

What do a two-year-old and the Colorado State Legislature have in common? They’re both stubborn, immature and insistent on having their own way. Thursday, Amy Oliver Cooke, executive director for The Independence Institute, shares her perspective on what’s happening down at the State House.

FRIDAY | MARCH 22

Amy Everette

Evie Zur

Steve Kessler

Amy Everette and Evie Zur of the 1Church Initiative join the show on Friday. Imagine 2200 Colorado churches united in 24/7 prayer for spiritual awakening. Everette and Zur talk with Kim about 1Chuch Initiative’s goal of uniting all Colorado church’s.  America is a democracy, right? Wrong. America is a constitutional Republic. America’s government was designed to protect the minority from the mob of the majority. The radical, progressive activists who have taken over the Democrat party opine that they care about the minority. Then why are they trying to circumvent the Constitutional Electoral College, thru the National Popular Vote compact?  Steve Kessler will explain why the National Popular Vote is a bad idea.

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March 17, 2019

Orson Swindle, a decorated Vietnam War prisoner of war, was interned as a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam after he was shot down on November 11, 1966, and was held until his release on March 4, 1973 (6 years, 4 months). Swindle served over twenty years as a Naval Aviator in the U.S. Marine Corps, and he retired as a lieutenant colonel.​

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