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THIS WEEK's CONVERSATIONS (5/19-5/24)

SUNDAY | May 19

Russell Pickett

Russel Pickett was in the infantry. He was also in the first wave of soldiers to land at Omaha Beach on D-Day.

MONDAY | May 20

Charlene Carter

Freedom vs force. Your right to say “yes” or “no.” Monday, Charlene Carter joins me. Charlene is just back from Washington where she stood with Congressman Joe Wilson as he introduced the Right to Work Bill.  No one should be forced to pay Union Dues for political causes they do not support nor should Unions harm their members for speaking out against how Unions spend those dues.

TUESDAY | May 21

Karen Levine

Karen Levine is back from Washington D.C. I can’t wait to talk with her about who she talked to and how she pushed for policies to protect the opportunity for everyday people to buy their own homes. And, Denver, dodged a bullet. Initiative 300, which would allow people to live on the sidewalk in front of your house failed at the ballot box. What are other dangers to home ownership we should be concerned about?

WEDNESDAY | MAY 22

Orson Swindle

Orson Swindle served as an Assistant Secretary of Commerce in the Reagan administration. He also served as a Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. Orson was also a North Vietnamese Prisoner of War for six years four months and shared a cell with Senator John McCain. Wednesday, Orson joins me to share his perspective on what is happening in America and how to address the challenges we face.

THURSDAY | MAY 23

Steven kessler

We put bike helmets on our kids to protect them if they fall off their bikes but, my friends, there is a greater danger lurking around the corner. Thursday, Dr. Steven Kessler, Ph.D, joins me to talk about his recent scholarship in American Thinker, “Roots of the Left’s Acceptance of Pedophilia.” How is this related to the sex-ed bill 1032 that was recently signed into law by Governor Polis?  Why should we be worried about the push for all-day kindergarten?

FRIDAY | MAY 24

Jim Lewis

Whenever we have a school shooting, there is an immediate cry for “mental health.” But what does that really mean? What is mental health? What are the foundations for good mental health? How can we improve mental health in our society? Friday, Jim Lewis, Licensed Professional Counselor with Southwest Counseling Associates joins me to answer these important questions.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | May 19

Russell Pickett

Russel Pickett was in the infantry. He was also in the first wave of soldiers to land at Omaha Beach on D-Day.

MONDAY | May 20

Charlene Carter

Freedom vs force. Your right to say “yes” or “no.” Monday, Charlene Carter joins me. Charlene is just back from Washington where she stood with Congressman Joe Wilson as he introduced the Right to Work Bill.  No one should be forced to pay Union Dues for political causes they do not support nor should Unions harm their members for speaking out against how Unions spend those dues.

TUESDAY | May 21

Dr. Chris Miller

Susan Kochevar

Karen Levine is back from Washington D.C. I can’t wait to talk with her about who she talked to and how she pushed for policies to protect the opportunity for everyday people to buy their own homes. And, Denver, dodged a bullet. Initiative 300, which would allow people to live on the sidewalk in front of your house failed at the ballot box. What are other dangers to home ownership we should be concerned about?

WEDNESDAY | May 22

orson swindle

Orson Swindle served as an Assistant Secretary of Commerce in the Reagan administration. He also served as a Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. Orson was also a North Vietnamese Prisoner of War for six years four months and shared a cell with Senator John McCain. Wednesday, Orson joins me to share his perspective on what is happening in America and how to address the challenges we face.

THURSDAY | MAY 23

Steven Kessler

We put bike helmets on our kids to protect them if they fall off their bikes but, my friends, there is a greater danger lurking around the corner. Thursday, Dr. Steven Kessler, Ph.D, joins me to talk about his recent scholarship in American Thinker, “Roots of the Left’s Acceptance of Pedophilia.” How is this related to the sex-ed bill 1032 that was recently signed into law by Governor Polis?  Why should we be worried about the push for all-day kindergarten?

FRIDAY | MAY 24

Jim Lewis

Whenever we have a school shooting, there is an immediate cry for “mental health.” But what does that really mean? What is mental health? What are the foundations for good mental health? How can we improve mental health in our society? Friday, Jim Lewis, Licensed Professional Counselor with Southwest Counseling Associates joins me to answer these important questions.

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