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SUNDAY | April 21

Armand Sedgeley

Armand Sedgeley was just a 22 year bombardier on a B-17 bomber during WWII. On a mission near Verona, Italy Sedgeley’s life changed forever when his B-17 came under attack. You don’t want to miss  his story.

MONDAY | APRIL 22

Heather Lahdenpera

Pam Long

These days, if you’re a mom in Colorado, you can’t get any sleep. And it’s not because of the kids, it’s because of the state legislature. The radicals down at the Golden Dome are on government overreach steroids. Recently, over 500 concerned parents were at the capitol until 4:30 am to weigh in on the forced vaccination bill, HB 19-1312. The radicals did not listen. There’s more! When these parents arrived, seats were officially being saved in the main committee room. For whom?

Special guests Heather Lahdenpera & Pam Long join me for this important story. 

TUESDAY | APRIL 23

Susan Kochevar

Patrice Onwuka

Kim Ransom

Guest Americhick and co-host Susan Kochevar of the 88 Drive-in Theatre is in the studio with conversations on the local and national issues of the day, as well as conversations with Patrice Onwuka and Kim Ransom on plastic bag bans, net neutrality, and the Red Flag bill. 

Patrice Onwuka of the Independent Women’s on the real-life consequences of plastic bag bans and how the proposed net neutrality law will constrict your voice.

Colorado State Representative Kim Ranson will explain the hurtful unintended consequences, for women, of Colorado’s Red Flag law.

WEDNESDAY | APRIL 24

Sandy Shanor

Is the whole language method of teaching our kids making them illiterate?  How have the reading wars affected our children’s education? Wednesday, retired teacher and former school board member, Sandy Shanor, joins me for a conversation about education in America today.  What are we doing well? What are the things that we can do to improve our children’s education?

THURSDAY | APRIL 25

Ben Martin

“These are the times that try men’s souls,”  Thomas Paine famously cried in 1776.  My friends, are you concerned with the direction of our state and country?  Well, we’ve been here before. Thursday, Ben Martin, patriotic historian & former Army Ranger, and I will have a conversation about The Federalist Papers, which are among the most important writings in history. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison & John Jay wrote them to make the case for the U.S. Constitution. Find out why.

FRIDAY | APRIL 26

Steven Kessler

What has happened to the state that I love?  How has beautiful Colorado, that used to value The American Dream, become a bastion for radical, regressive, activists? Friday, analyst, Rick Turnquist, breaks down The Progressive Advantage, how the Overton Window has lurched to the far left and the real reason that Republicans lost big in Colorado this last election cycle.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | April 21

Armand Sedgeley

Armand Sedgeley was just a 22 year bombardier on a B-17 bomber during WWII. On a mission near Verona, Italy Sedgeley’s life changed forever when his B-17 came under attack. You don’t want to miss Amarand’s story.

MONDAY | APRIL 22

Heather Lahdenpera

Pam Long

These days, if you’re a mom in Colorado, you can’t get any sleep. And it’s not because of the kids, it’s because of the state legislature. The radicals down at the Golden Dome are on government overreach steroids. Recently, over 500 concerned parents were at the capitol until 4:30 am to weigh in on the forced vaccination bill, HB 19-1312. The radicals did not listen. There’s more! When these parents arrived, seats were officially being saved in the main committee room. For whom?

Special guests Heather Lahdenpera & Pam Long join me for this important story. 

TUESDAY | APRIL 23

Susan Kochevar

Patrice Onwuka

Kim Ransom

Tuesday, award-winning, investigative journalist, Sara Carter will share her perspective on what’s happening in Washington.

Are heads going to roll from the Mueller investigation? If so, whose? Did the three horsemen, James Comey-FBI, John Brennan-CIA and James Clapper, National Intelligence use their power to weaponize these agencies against a political opponent?

WEDNESDAY | APRIL 24

Sandy Shanor

Is the whole language method of teaching our kids making them illiterate?  How have the reading wars affected our children’s education? Wednesday, retired teacher and former school board member, Sandy Shanor, joins me for a conversation about education in America today.  What are we doing well? What are the things that we can do to improve our children’s education?

THURSDAY | APRIL 25

Ben Martin

“These are the times that try men’s souls,”  Thomas Paine famously cried in 1776.  My friends, are you concerned with the direction of our state and country?  Well, we’ve been here before. Thursday, Ben Martin, patriotic historian & former Army Ranger, and I will have a conversation about The Federalist Papers, which are among the most important writings in history. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison & John Jay wrote them to make the case for the U.S. Constitution. Find out why.

FRIDAY | APRIL 26

Steve Kessler

What has happened to the state that I love?  How has beautiful Colorado, that used to value The American Dream, become a bastion for radical, regressive, activists? Friday, analyst, Rick Turnquist, breaks down The Progressive Advantage, how the Overton Window has lurched to the far left and the real reason that Republicans lost big in Colorado this last election cycle.

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