Rosen Past Shows

 

Past Shows, 2014

Tuesday, March 31 - 1. Liberal media attacking Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Mike explains why the criticism is unjustified. 2. Guest: Sally Pipes, President and CEO of the Pacific Institute - "Unhappy Birthday, Obamacare."

Monday, March 30 - 1. Denver protest by teachers union and PTA against school testing. 2. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, March 27 - 1. Ford introducing car that automatically controls the speed of the car. 2. Tesla electric car has interesting business model. 3. Charles Krauthammer's betting odds on Republican presidential candidates. 4. Movie Review: Mike, Christian Toto, and Jenna review "Insurgent" and "Cinderella." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, March 26 - 1. Guest: Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike. 2. Teacher asks parents permission for eating an Oreo cookie. 3. Open talk. 4. Unions desperate to recruit fast food workers organize phony survey.

Wednesday, March 25 - 1. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to be charged with desertion. 2. Update on Nidal Hasan. 3. Edward Snowden wants a reprieve from President Obama. 2. Cornell dean says it's ok to have ISIS freedom fighter visit campus. 3. Guest: Charles Harrington Elster, English grammar and usage expert, author of, " Word Workout."

Tuesday, March 24 - 1. Mike looks at the new Starbucks promotion which attempts to engage customers in discussions about race relations. 2. U.S. defense spending. 3. Guest: Hans von Spakovsky, Heritage Foundation - Immigration court case. 4. Mike describes new army rifle.

Monday, March 23 - 1. Mike explains the politics behind the holdup on the nomination for attorney general of Loretta Lynch. 2. AP story on Israeli liberals being upset over Netanyahu reelection. 3. Chuck Todd's bias on Meet the Press.4. Guest: Heather MacDonald, Manhattan Institute - "Practical Thoughts on Immigration." 5. Denver Post endorses the move to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with a woman.

Friday, March 20 - 1. Death with dignity bill is killed in the Colorado legislature. 2. Movie Review: "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, March 19 - 1. More on Hillary's email scandal. 2. EPA to launch study to determine hotel shower usage time of guests. 3. Student at Reed college is banned from school discussion because he challenged rape statistics which were in fact incorrect. Instructor said he was making students uncomfortable. 4. Guest: Rachel Alexander - "The Most Lavish Presidential Vacations in History." 5. Mike examines the negotiations with Iran on nuclear weapons.

Wednesday, March 18 - 1. Update on Benghazi investigation. 2. Veterans hospital in Aurora is costing five times the original estimate. 3. Update on Hillary's email mess. 4. Media coverage of Republican letter to Iran. 5. Guest: Paul N. Smith, author of, "The Ultimate Deployment Book: Insight into the Deployed Soldier and a Guide for the First-Time Deployed."

Tuesday, March 17 - 1. Mike talks about the Netflix political series, "House of Cards with Kevin Spacy. 2. Guest: Dylan Gwinn, author of, "Bias in the Booth: An Insider Exposes How Sports Media Distort the News."

Monday, March 16 - 1. Guest: Jim Nicholson - Salute to Veterans. 2. Further talk about reception given vets who return home. 3. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman. 4. Left wing activist group ,Credo offers phone service and contributes part of charges to lefty causes.

Friday, March 13 - 1. Democrats and civil rights. 2. History and appeasement are repeating old patterns in today's middle east. 3. Movie Review: "Focus" 4. Cast of Forever Plaid - Boulder's Dinner Theater. For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Tuesday, March 10 - 1. Media coverage of Hillary's email controversy. 2. Denver Post runs insect food story above the fold on the front page. 3. Facebook petitioned to remove "feeling fat today" option from its choices. 4. Senate Republicans send letter to Iran about agreement with Obama. 5. Guest: Steve Forbes - Launching of "Americans for Hope, Growth, and Opportunity."

Monday, March 9 - 1. University of California, Irvine student group bans the American flag. Decision is later reversed after vote of executive committee.. 2. The Congress and President Obama split on possible U.S. agreement with Iran. 3. Hillary under fire for using her private email for state business. 4. Guest: James L. Gattuso, Heritage Foundation - Net Neutrality

Friday, March 6 - 1. Remote broadcast - Rockies Spring Training: Guest: Tracy Ringolsby, Rockies columnist - A look at the 2015 season. 2. Guests: Jerry Schimmel and Jack Corrigan, voices of the Colorado Rockies.

Thursday, March 5 - 1. Remote broadcast Rockies Spring Training: Guest: Thomas Harding. Rockies reporter for mlb.com. 2. Guest: Dick Monfort, owner of the Colorado Rockies.

Tuesday, March 3 - 1. Mike reviews and analyzes Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before a joint session of Congress.

Monday, March 2 - 1. Vaccinations update. 2. Climate change politics. 3. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, February 27 - 1. Mike exposes the myth of Obama's statement that women make 77% of men's salaries. 2. Many Democrats are boycotting Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before a joint session of Congress. 3. Movie Review: Mike and Christian Toto review "Kingsman: The Secret Service." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, February 26 - 1. Guest: Colorado Congressman, Ken Buck - Homeland Security Bill. 2. Native born American can't pass simple citizenship questions. 3. Concealed carry bill which would allow those without a permit to carry has passed the Colorado Senate and is now in the House.

Wednesday, February 25 - 1. Guest: Charlotte Allen, The Weekly Standard - "The Transgender Triumph: Identity Politics uber ales." 2. Mike discusses the controversy surrounding Benjamin Netanyahu's forthcoming speech in front of a joint session of Congress. 3. President Obama vetoes the Keytsone xl pipeline bill.

Tuesday, February 24 - 1. Mike discusses Rudy Guiliani's remarks about President Obama and patriotism. He also talks about America haters. 2. Jason Riley on blacks and their subculture. 3. Guest: Michael Petrilli, President of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute - Obama's "Free Community College Proposal."

Monday, February 23 - Mike discusses Military Funding with Christopher Preble, V.P. for Defense and Foreign Policy Studies at the Cato Institute - "Funding a Balanced Force."

Friday, February 20 - 1. Personal account of British mother on vaccinations and measles. 2. Stupid letter to the editor on Fox News. 3. Movie Review: Mike reviews "Fifty Shades of Grey"

Thursday, February 19 - 1. Mike reviews judge's decision on halting President Obama's immigration amnesty overreach. 2. Texas Muslim student claims she is stalked and threatened with a gun. She later admits she fabricated the story. 3. Obama refuses to connect Islam with violent extremist terrorists. 4. Guest: Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, February 18 - 1. Bernie Sanders proposes raising the cap on income subject to social security taxes. Mike provides a short history of social security. 2. Guest: Jay Cost, Weekly Standard and author of, "A Republic No More: Big Government and the Rise of American Political Corruption."

Tuesday, February 17 - 1. Mike on men's fashion. 2. U.S. divided politically. 3. Controversy over lack of action ordered by Denver police chief over protest at police memorial.

Monday, February 16 - Ross Kaminsky, guest host. 1. Ross discusses the question of whether an atheist or agnostic could be elected president of the United States. 2. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman. 3. Ross tells a John Ratzenberger story.

Friday, February 13 - 1. Shirley Maclaine says Holocaust victims may have been punished for sins in former lives. 2. Roger Simon of Politico criticizes President Obama on comments he made about terrorism. 3. Global warming opponents. 4. Fastlane Barbershop Quartet for Valentines Day. 5. Movie Review: Mike and Christian Toto review "Inherent Vice." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, February 12 - 1. Keystone pipeline bill passed by Congress. 2. Guest: William Bennett, author of, "Going to Pot: Why the Rush to Legalize Marijuana is Harming America." 3. Guest: Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, February 11 - 1. Josh Ernest inappropriate remarks on Paris killings of Jews at Kosher supermarket. 2. President Obama's speech on resolution request for additional action against ISIS. 3. Guest: Debora Scheffel, Dean, School of Education Colorado Christian University and She also represents the 6th Congressional District on the State Board of Education. - PARCC and Common Core.

Tuesday, February 10 - 1. Discussion of immunization issues. 2. Mike provides some notable quotables from the Media Research Center. 3. Guest: Marc Morano, Executive editor of Climate Depot.com - Fiddling with temperature data, Science Scandal

Monday, February 9 - 1. Update on Brian Williams controversy. Williams takes leave of absence. 2. Denver Post letters to the editor on piece by Tom Coyne on Jeffco teachers union. 3. Guest: Jonathan Foreman - "The Warthog Lives!"

Friday, February 6 - 1. Obama brokers sins in speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, which attempts to excuse Muslim violence by attacking Christians' behavior during the Crusades. 2. Update on Brian Williams-gate. 3. The concept of "herd immunity" as applied to gun ownership and crime. 4. Mike and Christian Toto review "Black or White." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, February 5 - 1. Update on the case of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who will be charged with desertion. 2. Mike discusses the economic crisis in Greece. 3. Guest: Heather MacDonald - "The Mayor Who Slandered the Police: Bill de Blasio has lost the NYPD's trust." 4. Brian Williams lies about Iraq experience.

Wednesday, February 4 - 1. Mike examines the media attacks on Chris Christie and Rand Paul over their remarks on vaccinations. 2. Guest: Peter J. Wallison, author of, "Hidden in Plain Sight: What Really Caused the World's Worst Financial Crisis and Why It Could Happen Again."

Tuesday, February 3 - 1. Mike discusses Colorado's proposed "Death with Dignity" bill. 2. Guest: John Andrews - Western Conservative Summit.

Monday, February 2 - 1. Review of the Super Bowl and the commercials. 2. Mike looks at oil and gas prices. 3. The Denver Post on biofuels. 4. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, January 30 - Mandy fills in for Mike Rosen on Friday and talks about the upcoming 2016 GOP candidates for President.

Thursday, January 29 - Mandy Connell fills in for Mike Rosen.

Wednesday, January 28 - Mandy Connell fills in for Mike Rosen.

Tuesday, January 27 - 1. Mike deconstructs letter to the editor recommending that "millennials" not vote conservative. 2. University of Michigan chairwoman writes column which begins, "I hate republicans." 3. Guest: Stephen Moore, Heritage Foundation - "Solar Panel Subsidies: A Corporate Scam."

Monday, January 26 - 1. Mike goes through a list of texting abbreviations that kids use to disguise their sexual conversations from parents. 2. CBS 60 Minutes interviews Mitch McConnell and John Boehner. 3. NFL's copyright protection of the term "Superbowl." 4. Corporate and income taxes. 5. How toll roads work.

Friday, January 23 - 1. Guest: Michael Shermer, author of, "The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason Lead Humanity toward Truth, Justice, and Freedom." 2. Movie Reviews: Mike and Christian Toto review "American Sniper." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, January 22 - 1. Part 2 of a program on a Denver Post column on school shootings by a 16 year old student. 2. Tom Brady press conference. 3. Guest: Jan LaRue, American Thinker - "Obama's Islam Psychosis."

Wednesday, January 21 - 1. Mike deconstructs last night's state of the union speech. 2. Guest: David Drucker, Washington Examiner - "The GOP Takes Over."

Tuesday, Janury 20 - 1. Mike deconstructs and rebuts 16 year old high school student's column on school shootings in the Denver Post. 2. Guest: Bing West, author of, "One Million Steps: A Marine Platoon at War."

Monday, January 19 - 1. New version of "The Grasshopper and the Ant." 2. Mike answers email about phone call to Governor concerning driver who ran over police officer at student demonstration. 3. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, January 16 - 1. Guest: Alan Dershowitz - A Nightmare of False Accusation That Could Happen to You If you are called a criminal in a lawsuit to which you aren't a party, you may have no legal recourse to defend yourself" 2. Movie Reviews: Mike and Christian Toto review "Big Eyes" and "The Gambler." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, January 15 - 1. Harvard study shows that left handed people earn less money than right handed people. 2. President of University of Virginia who suspended fraternities because of bogus Rolling Stone rape story is fired for rushing to judgement without due process. 3. Barbara Walters concerned about fairness of Coke brothers' political influence. 4. Eleanor Clift makes foolish remark about classic cars in Cuba. 5. Mike gives other examples of liberal bias in the media. 6. Alabama middle school will arm students with soup cans to throw at gun wielding intruders. 7. Guest: Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, January 14 - 1. Homelessness in downtown Denver. 2. Guest: Dan DiSalvo, author of, "Government against Itself: Public Union Power and Its Consequences."

Tuesday, January 13 - 1. Review of John Elway's press conference on the release of John Fox. 2. Mike looks at the reality of rape on college campuses.

Monday, January 12 - 1. The Broncos playoff loss is discussed 2. A new proposal for a change to the Colorado presidential primary voting system

Friday, January 9 - 1. Liberal journalists are selective in their defense of free speech. They are outraged over the Paris attacks but not over violations of free speech against college conservatives. 2. National Review examines killing and Islam. 3. Movie Reviews: Mike and Christian Toto reviewed "Unbroken" and "The Imitation Game." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, January 8 - 1. Mike looks at yesterday's Islamist terrorist attack in Paris. 2. Guest: Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, January 7 - 1. Metro State press release on history professor Charles Angeletti's forcing of students to take alternative pledge of allegiance is unsatisfactory. 2. Howard Dean says Paris attack was not a "Muslim attack." 3. Guest: Harmon Kaslow, move producer and entertainment lawyer - Sony Cyber Attack. 4. Mike looks at red light cameras and safety.

Tuesday, January 6 - 1. Guest Mary O'Grady discusses the implications of lifting the Cuban embargo.  2.  Investors Business Daily Article on the Muslim world. 3. Why are teachers' salaries so much lower than professional athletes?

Monday, January 5 - 1. Mike's version of homecoming for baby boomers. 2. Obama and "bipartisanship" 3. Survey says "America's sense of duty has decreased" 4. What is the base of the Republican party? 5. Replacing Boehner? 6. Money Monday with Jordan Goodman.

Friday, January 2 - John Caldara, guest host. 1. Colorado minimum wage is raised. 2. 11 year-old gets $500 for avoiding all sugary beverages for one year. 3. High school seniors may be required to pass civics test in order to graduate in Indiana.

Thursday, January, 1 - Guest host, Jon Caldara. 1. Hospitals being cautious about releasing info on New Years babies because of security concerns. 2. Responsibility that goes with concealed carry. 3. Should active military service members get a pass on paying state income taxes?

Wednesday, December 31 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. Different cities drop various things like pickles to celebrate New Years. 2. Pastor returns fire and hits disgruntled employee who shot at the pastor first. 3. 22 year old man creates website for hidden city airfares and is sued by United Airlines. 4. Uber and Lift exemplify the spirit of entrepreneurship. 5. Mother of black child complains that Target using a white model for its Annie line of clothes.

Tuesday, December 30 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. PETA protests Possum drop. 2. Ohio man fights ordinance against nativity scene featuring zombies, claiming first amendment rights. 3. California voters to fight ban on plastic grocery bags.

Monday, December 29 - Guest host, Jon Caldara. 1. Woman hires hitman, who is really an undercover cop to kill her husband. 2. Robert Samuelson's 15 most interesting statistics for 2014. 3. British doctors are now giving the government info on patients who are overweight. 4. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman. 5. Survey says people have less of a sense of duty than they have in the past.

Friday, December 26 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. Guest: Stephanie Haley-Andrews - Promo for pro-police rally Civic Center Park, this Saturday 12/27 10am

Wednesday, December 24 - Mike Rosen's Christmas Special

Tuesday, December 23 - 1. Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist - "20 Ways Media Completely Misread Congress' Weak-Sauce Benghazi Report." 2. More on the murders of two NYPD policemen by a black gunman. 3. Mike deconstructs Post editorial on political motivations of Ismail Brinsley and Jared Lee Loughner.

Monday, December 22 - 1. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman

Friday, December 19 - 1. California email forum 2. Johan Goldberg's letter in regards to Sony giving into threats.3. US economy and oil 4.Mike and Christian Toto review "Exodus: Gods and Kings". For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, December 18 - 1. Annual Step 13 Fundraiser, Step 13 is located at 2029 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80205

Wednesday, December 17 - 1. Rachel Lu - "Ferguson Fallout." 2. Stupid letter to the editor of the day about school vouchers. 3. Charles Harrington Elster, author of, "Word Workout: Building a Muscular Vocabulary in 10 Easy Steps"

Tuesday, December 16 -1. Dick Cheney nails Chuck Todd during grilling on torture during Meet the Press. 2. Congress finally award purple hearts to soldiers wounded during Fort Hood massacre. 3. Mike talks about the "Cromnibus" bill. 4. Stephen Moore, Heritage Foundation

Monday, December 15 - 1. Mike comments on protesters in the movement to memorialize Michael Brown and Eric Garner. 2. Mike relates little reported facts about the Eric Garner case. 3. Caller speculates about Christopher Booker, the man who drove the Mercedes which hit four Denver police officers at the demonstration protesting Ferguson. 4. Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Friday, December 12 - Mandy Connell, guest host. 1. Columbia and Harvard law schools allow students to postpone taking finals because of trauma of Ferguson and Eric Garner. 2. Mandy discusses the Rolling Stone rape story. 3. Jeffco public schools are bribing students to eat Michelle Obama's lunches.

Thursday, December 11- 1. Further discussion of the fallout surrounding release of the Democrat Senate interrogation report. 2. Brian Williams asks Michael Hayden whether we are any better than our enemies. 3. Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, December 10 - 1. Guest: Caleb Bonham, Editor-in-Chief of Campus Reform - Metro Professor Requires Students Pledge Allegiance to Racist, Sexist, Homophobic America. 2. Harvard and Columbia law students ask for postponement of final exams because of trauma of Ferguson and Eric Garner. 3. Smith College president apologizes for email to students titled "All Lives Matter" instead of "Black Lives Matter." 4. 19 year old art student expresses guilt about "white privilege" in diatribe. 5. Sara Jannsen, World Almanac. 6. Jonathan Gruber refuses to answer question by Congressional committee.

Tuesday, December 9 - 1. Guest: Nick Adams, author of, "The American Boomerang: How the World's Greatest 'Turnaround' Nation Will Do It Again." 2. Democrat report on CIA interrogation methods released. 3. DU political science professor applauds report. Republicans denounce report and issue their own report disputing conclusions of Democrat report. 4. 33rd anniversary of killing of police officer Daniel Faulkner by Abu Jamal. 5. Mike provides Department of Justice statistics on police stops which fly in the face of claims by police critics.

Monday, December 8 - 1. Insight from young black man about "Responsibility". 2. Teacher shares anecdote about race relations with his students. 3. Ben DeGrow, Independence Institute - Union Political Refund Opportunity for Teachers 3. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, December 5 - 1. Mike's 70th Birthday. 2. Mike examines the Eric Garner case. 3. Black performer vilified for singing "White Christmas" at Rockerfeller Center tree lighting ceremony. 4. High School demonstrators in Denver chant "hit him again" after police officers hit by SUV. 5. Mike and Christian Toto review "Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" and "The Theory of Everything." For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, December 4 - 1. More discussion of issues surrounding Ferguson. 2. Roger Kimball on "Suicide of the West: An Essay on the Meaning and Destiny of Liberalism" by James Burnham

Wednesday, December 3 -1. Mike looks at the continuing unjustified reaction to Ferguson by such divergent groups as the Congressional Black Caucus, the St. Louis Rams of the NFL, and students of Denver's East High School. 2. Charles Barkley is outspoken on Ferguson, the rioters, and the police. 3. Matt Barreto, co-author of, "Latino America- How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nation."

Tuesday, December 2 - 1. Police officer increasingly put in greater danger. 2. Many of the protesters in Ferguson are from other areas of the country. 3. Dr. Steve Shogan, former Independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Colorado

Monday, December 1 - 1. Weekly Standard parody on Obama and Iran. 2. ISIS and Ferguson conspiracy theory. 3. More Ferguson talk. 4. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman

Friday, November 28 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. Pardoned White House turkeys usually die within one year of the pardons. 2. Violence at Black Friday sales happen again this year. 3. Thanksgiving is most sexist holiday of the year. 4. Ray Rice wins his appeal to end his NFL suspension. 5. PETA's top ten reasons not to eat turkey on Thanksgiving.

Wednesday, November 26 - 1. Sheriff Clarke of Milwaukee criticizes Attorney General Holder for things he said about Ferguson. 2. Rudy Guiliani calls for prosecution of lying witnesses for perjury on Ferguson grand jury.

Tuesday, November 25 - 1. Mike reviews the Ferguson grand jury decision, testimony before that body, and the rioting which followed the announcement of no charges being filed against officer Wilson. 2. Colin Flaherty, author of, "White Girl Bleed a Lot: The Return of Racial Violence to America and How the Media Ignore it."

Monday, November 24 - 1. Mike plays an SNL skit on President Obama and a bill. 2. Indianapolis Star apologizes for publishing a political cartoon about illegal aliens which some have found offensive. 3. Rudy Giuliani is called out for racial comments on MSNBC interview by Michael Eric Dyson. 4. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman. 5. Top 15 pro-amnesty myths.

Friday, November 21 - 1. Mike deconstructs president Obama's immigration speech. 2. Guest: Jay Cost, Weekly Standard - How to Rebuke a President 3. Mike reviews 'Interstellar' with Christian Toto. For smart, trustworthy movies news and reviews, visit hollywoodintoto.com 4. Guests: The cast of Boulder Dinner Theater's production of "Fiddler on the Roof." For smart, trustworthy news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, November 20 - 1. Charles Barkley on "blackness." 2. Illegal immigration. 3. Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, November 19 - 1. Hans Von Spakovsky, Heritage Foundation - "Obama's Unilateral Amnesty Really Will Be Unprecedented and Unconstitutional" 2. Obama and immigration continued. 3. Mike looks at yesterday's Keystone Pipeline vote. 4. Guest: Tim Graham, Media Research Center - Media Ignores Jonahan Gruber Affair

Tuesday, November 18 - Ross Kaminsky, guest host. 1. Ross gives his reaction to the Jerusalem temple killings. 2. Guest: David Rubin, former mayor of Shiloh, Israel - The killings today in a Jerusalem temple. 3. 21 year old New Jersey woman sues her estranged parents for her college education and wins. 4. Guest: Jordan Richardson, Heritage Foundation - Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Goes Mainstream.

Monday, November 17 - Ross Kaminsky, guest host. 1. Ross illustrates how President Obama is lying about the White House connection with Jonathan Gruber. 2. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman. 3. A preview of the Michael Brown Ferguson decision.

Friday, November 14 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. Sikh man wants to wear beard and turban in the military. He says the military is asking him to choose between his love of country and his faith. 2. Obama set to take executive action on immigration after repeatedly saying he can't legislate from the oval office. 3. School changes their hall of heroes from people like Einstein and mother Teresa to Maya Angelou, President Obama, and J.K. Rowling.

Thursday, November 13 - Jon Caldara, guest host. 1. Douglas County Schools receive highest ratings by Colorado Department of Education. 2. Actress who played Congresswoman on TV show is clueless on the so called "Republican War on Women." 3. California law prohibits gun stores from displaying guns in their window. 4. President Obama will unilaterally make immigration reform decisions as early as next week.

Wednesday, November 12 - 1. Guest: Katie Kerwin McCrimmon, Health News Colorado - "Blown-out Budget Infuriates Exchange Board Member." 2. Second Jonathan Gruber video surfaces calling the American public "stupid." 3. Charles Harrington Elster, English and Grammar Expert

Tuesday, November 11 - 1. Mike plays MacArthur's Farewell Speech and Il Silenzio for Veterans Day. 2. Al Jazeera network and MSNBC ratings plummet. 3. Sharyl Attkisson, author of, " My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama's Washington."

Monday, November 10 - 1. Mike shares entries from the mothers' dictionary. 2. Stupid letters to the editor. 3. 3rd party impact on elections. 4. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman.

Friday, November 7 - 1. Mike critiques Denver Post editorial on what Congress has to do after the election. 2. A look at demographics in Tuesday's election. 3. Guest: David Inserra, Heritage Foundation - Discussing Josh Siegal's Daily Signal article on immigration reform and the battle between president Obama and the Congress. 4. Mike and Christian Toto review the new film, "St. Vincent" and "Nightcrawler." For smart, trustworthy news and reviews, visit Christian's website at hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, November 6 - 1.Guest: Reverend Robert A. Sirico, President of the Acton Institute - Pope Francis Says God, Big Bang Theory May Coexist. 2. Mike deconstructs email sent by progressive group about the election. 3. Ann Coulter blasts Rachel Maddow of MSNBC. 4. More post election talk.

Wednesday, November 5 - 1. Guest: Greg Brophy, Colorado State Senator - Analysis of yesterday's election results by Mike and Greg.

Tuesday, November 4 - 1. Denver Post runs pro Hickenlooper story with spun headline on front page above the fold on election day. 2. Mike looks at key races to watch tonight. 3. Election day talk.

Monday, November 3 - 1. Election talk. 2. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman.

Friday, October 31 - 1. Guest: Mark Steyn, author of, "The Undocumented Mark Steyn: Don't Say You Weren't Warned." 2. Worst political ad attacks Cory Gardner sponsored by NARAL. 3. Udall sign carriers get paid $100 per day. 4. Movie Review: Mike and Christian Toto review "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)" For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit hollywoodintoto.com 5. Politically incorrect Halloween don'ts.

Thursday, October 30 - 1. Ebola and charges of racism. 2. Guest: Ellyn Hilliard, Boulder County Republican Chairman - Some Boulder County Election Judges are Democrats Posing As Republicans. 3. More Ebola talk. 4. Guest: Dinesh D'Souza discusses the launch of the DVD of his documentary "America: Imagine the World Without Her." 

Wednesday, October 29 - 1. Harvard study shows that young voters are voting Republican in this election. 2. Election talk. 3. Guest: Joel Kotkin, author of, "The New Class Conflict"

Tuesday, October 28 - 1. Guest: Scott Gessler, Colorado Secretary of State - Ballot Signature Discrepancy Issue. 2. Guest: John Lott, President of the Crime Prevention Research Center - Statistics on black teens shot by police. 3. Hillary Clinton says businesses don't create jobs and then flip flops 3 days later.

Monday, October 27 - 1. Mike deconstructs letter to the editor on Mike's column on Ebola. 2. Chipotle bag has quote advocating no work but love by George Saunders. 3. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman.

Friday, October 24 - 1. Mike looks at what might be the aftermath of the midterm elections. He examines expectations of the left and right. Mike and Christian Toto review the film "Fury". For smart, trustworthy movie news and reviews, visit hollywoodintoto.com

Thursday, October 23 - 1. Seth Cropsy Hudson Institute - "A Naval Disaster in the Making". 2. Mike examines the Ebola situation.

Wednesday, October 22 - 1. Mike follows up on the Iraq yellow cake story. 2. Partisan letter to the editor of the day. 3. Autopsy of Michael Brown supports account of police officer. 4. Voter fraud threats in Colorado. 5. Guest: John L. Casey, author of, "Dark Winter: How the Sun is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell."

Tuesday, October 21 - 1. Mike reads column by Harvard Yiddish scholar, Ruth Wisse "Vote for Tom Cotton-and Redeem Harvard. The Army veteran is also an alum of a school that needs to have its patriotic bona fides buffed." 2. Mike deconstructs letter to the editor criticizing the Denver Post for endorsing Mike Coffman. 3. Megyn Kelly interview with the lawyer for the Fort Hood shooter. 4. NY Times admits that Bush was right about WMD in Iraq. 5. Guest: Charles T. Rubin, author of "Eclipse of Man: Human Extinction and the Meaning of Progress."

Monday, October 20 - 1. David Bossie, Producer of "Rocky Mountain Heist." 2. Mike shows why Betsy Markey is unqualified to be state treasurer in Colorado. 3. Mike shares email conservatism in the Republican party. 4. Money Monday with financial expert, Jordan Goodman. 5. Charles Krauthammer on midterm elections. 6. Government and the economy.

Friday, October 17 - 1. V-J Day Photo controversy over whether the woman being kissed was being assaulted. Mike reacts to the criticism. 2. Minor party's effect on elections. 3. Mike reviews "The Judge" with Christian Toto. For smart, trustworthy entertainment news and reviews visit http://www.hollywoodintoto.com/

Thursday, October 16 - 1. Andy Peth, President of "The Party of Choice" 2. George Leing 3. Mike Coffman

Wednesday, October 15 - 1. Mike gives his recommendations on ballot initiatives 2. Ed Klein, author of, "Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas."

Tuesday, October 14 - 1. John Andrews - Jeffco School Board 2. Jim Komadina, Running Anti-Udall Ad in Denver Post. 3. Stanley Kurtz, National Review - AP History Standards

Monday, October 13 - 1. Story from the UK about a women and her leech. 2. Reaganomics- correcting false claims in letter to the editor 3. Deconstruction of a letter to the editor about his JeffCo column 4. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman. 5. Denver Post endorses Cory Gardner for US Senate.

Friday, October 10 - 1. Andrew McCarthy, National Review - "The Khorosan Group Does Not Exist". 2. Mike and Christian Toto review "Gone Girl." For smart, trustworthy entertainment news and reviews visit http://www.hollywoodintoto.com/

Thursday, October 9 - 1. John Carson, candidate for CU Regent. 2. Mike critiques John Lennon's "Imagine" and plays a parody by Tim Hawkins. 3. Mia Farrow is paid $188 thousand for attacking Chevron in Equador. 4. Denver Mayor, Michael Hancock - The mayor answers listeners' questions during his monthly visit with Mike.

Wednesday, October 8 - 1. Jeff Bridich, new GM of the Colorado Rockies holds his first press conference. 2. Mike relates the worst of Joe Biden's gaffes. 3. Mike deconstructs a letter to the editor on Jeffco. 4. Christopher Kelly, author of, "America Invades: How We've Invaded or been Militarily Involved with almost Every Country on Earth."

Tuesday, October 7 - 1. Brad Birzer, Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy at the University of Colorado, Boulder. 2. Sean Gallagher - Supreme Court decision on gay marriage. 3. You Tube of comedy routine on an "Indian Bank Robber" Mike reads comments by Indians. 4. An example of political correctness at the Denver Post.

Monday, October 6- 1. U.S. Ebola troop mission to Africa is not justified. 2. Mike deconstructs letter to the editor on Gardner - Udall race. 3. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman. 4. Mike deconstructs Denver Post letter to the editor on Doug Lamborn. 5. Why Jimmy Carter lost in 1980.

Friday, October 3 - 1.Sheila Atwell, Jeffco Students First and Jerry Bell, KOA reporter who viewed last night's Jeffco school board meeting. 2. ike and Christian Toto review "The Zero Theorem" and "The Equalizer" For smart, trustworthy entertainment news and reviews visit http://www.hollywoodintoto.com/

Thursday, October 2 - 1. JEFFCO students say why they are demonstrating. 2. Mike deconstructs their comments. 3. Frederick Hess, A.E.I - 10 Thoughts on the New AP U.S. History Framework

Wednesday, October 1 - 1. Today Show blasts Jeopardy for category "What women want." Calls show sexist. 2. Steve Malanga, Manhattan Institute - Calpers, Nations Biggest Pension Fund , to End Hedge Fund Investments 3. Should the penny be eliminated? 4. FCC threatens to ban word "Redskins" from on air broadcasts.

Tuesday, September 30 - 1. Benjamin Netanyahu warns UN general assembly about Iran nuclear capability. 2. The spending on K-12 education is more than you think. 3. An example of NCAA bureaucratic excess. 4. You Tube of Obama's hypocrisy. 5. NBC contradicts Obama claims of ignorance of ISIS danger. 3. Channel 9 News debunks anti Beauprez ad. 4. Use of gun to stop Oklahoma man who beheaded woman

Monday, September 29 - 1. Laura Carno, Founder of IAmCreatedEqual.com - The so called "War Against Women" 2. Money Monday with financial expert Jordan Goodman

Friday, September 25 - 1. IRS targets pro constitution groups. 2. Mike deconstructs letter to the editor. 3. Mike examines state wide ballot issues. 3. Mike and Christian Toto review 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'.

Thursday, September 24 - 1. Mike roasts Obama for his arrogance. 2. Michelle Obama flubs history. 3. Obama give coffee cup salute. 4. Update Jeffco student walk out 5. Breakdown of John Ford 's interview. 6. Tim Graham - ISIS Victims' Families Speak Out. 7. Dan Gainor, Show 'Madame Secretary' Inspired by Hillary

Wednesday, September 23 - 1. Kamikaze video on Rosen Files. 2. Mike reads A college chemistry paper on hell. 3. Denver Post poll on Jeffco teacher sickout. 4. Mike comments on the Denver Post debate between Andrew Romanoff and Mike Coffman. 5. NLRB has become a tool of President Obama. Mike provides the latest example. 6. Radical leftist, Naiomi Klein uses climate change to rid America of capitalism. Mike surveys the latest developments in public education curricula.

Tuesday, September 22 - 1. Mike deconstructs two stupid letters to the editor on the Jeffco teacher and student walkouts. 2. Fred Burton, author of, "Under Fire: The Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi."

 

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