THE Amerchicks SHOW ARCHIVE
The Americhicks is broadcast ever weekday morning at 6-7 am on 560 KLZ AM. The show is rebroadcast every weekday afternoon at 2-3 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.
Please be patient as we add shows from before February 11th to the new website. If you are looking for shows with broadcast dates outside of May 2019, start your search at The Americhicks Show Archive landing page.
Building a Better Colorado wants to start a conversation about dismantling TABOR, and you are not invited An article by Colorado Public Radio puts the
China Embracing Capitalism for Business Sector, U.S. Stifling Business Growth Through Over-Regulation
Kim attends the Erie Board of Directors meeting looking for an explanation as to why the Republican Women of Weld County had their meeting canceled and Jay Davidson of First American State Bank discusses the tariff war, why China is friendlier to business than America and how America’s over-regulation of the business sector costs the country growth opportunities.
Minnesota’s Home to Grow program puts Minnesota families at the mercy of government agencies and Ben Martin continues his discussion and explanation of The Federalist Papers.
Colorado’s Secretary of State Jena Griswold shown to be working hand-in-hand with Planned Parenthood and Steven Kessler and Kim talk about the Left’s dangerous tolerance of pedophilia.
Orson Swindle is a former Vietnam P.O.W., Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S.M.C., and Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. Swindle joins Kim to discuss America’s current direction and why change is needed.
Kim responds to a conservative listener on their different views over abortion and religion and Karen Levine talks about Washing D.C., Trump, national housing issues, and the Colorado and Denver real estate market.
Education spending is up and teacher pay is down. Charlene Carter tells her story of how her union had her fired and about her advocacy work for Right to Work causes.
Republican Women of Weld have their monthly meeting canceled for possibly spurious reasons and Jason McBride of Presidential Wealth Management discusses the historically low unemployment rate.
Governor Polis declares May 15th Kendrick Castillo Day, RTD reveals 16th St. Mall electric buses cost more to operate than diesel, and Roberta Sutton is back to continue her conversation on the fundamental failures she sees in today’s schools.
Will Witt, Colorado native and conservative star of Praeger University joins Kim to discuss his latest video, “NYU Students Want Free College For All.”
The lure of intersectionality at institutions of higher learning and the importance of entrepreneurs and small businesses to Colorado and the US.
Roger Bianco speaks on the importance of property rights.
Full lineup of speakers for Stand for Colorado announced.
Laura Carno talks about keeping our schools safe in the wake of the tragic act of violence at Highland Ranch’s STEM school and Ken Buck on why the Electoral College is so important.
Carol Baker on why she has become active in local and state politics and Sue Kenfield speaks on emotional intelligence and the many ways emotions are affecting Colorado politics.
The Rush to Reason team—John Rush, Dan Meuerer and Cassie George—host today’s show as Kim takes the day off. Hijinks DO ensue.
Five more speakers and the Alamosa location announced for Stand for Colorado, Phil Couture on Initiative 300, and State Representative Susan Beckman is today’s co-host.
May 2nd is the National Day of Prayer and Jacqueline Bouvier brings important news regarding the day and events in Colorado. Kevin Lundberg gives legislative insights and the second set of speakers for Stand for Colorado are announced.