Heard on KXNT
Kevin and callers discuss the comments by Elizabeth Warren in which she claimed the Republican Party’s motto should be “I got mine, the rest of you are on your own.” Also, callers talk about containing an Ebola outbreak in hospitals.
Doctor Jane Orient, Internal Medicine Physician and President Doctors For Disaster Preparedness, joins the show to talk about the possible spread of Ebola in hospitals. Also, the LVRJ’s Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance.
Radio host and conservative author Kevin Jackson joins the show to talk about the second person that was killed by a cop in St. Louis and how it relates to the Michael Brown killing. Also, Danny Tarkanian stops by to make his weekly appearance.
CBS News Corespondent Pam Coulter gives us the latest on a possible Ebola outbreak in the United States. Also, Ian Bratrum Law Professor at UNLV discusses the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriages and why the the licences are not available the day after the ruling.
Sarah Warbelow, Human Rights Campaign Legal Director joins the show in the first segment and Brian Fisher from the American Family Association in the second to discuss the recent Supreme Court’s decision to strike down gay marriage bans. Jane Robbins, Senior Fellow at American Principles Project gives us more on Common Core in Nevada.
Bill Maher joins the show to discuss his comments comparing Radical Islam and the mafia as well as his spat with Ron Futrell at one of his shows. LVRJ Columnist Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to weigh in on Maher’s comments as well. Finally, Ron Futrell stops by to give his side of the story.
Steven Weisman from Talkers Magazine talks about the FCC’s consideration of banning the name Redskins from the use on radio and TV. Also, our guy Danny Tarkanian makes his weekly appearance to respond to President Obama’s speech at Northwestern University in which the president declared the economy recovered.
Soccer stadium vote extended to the December 8th date. KXNT’s Dayna Roselli joins the show to talk to callers about the soccer stadium funding.
Derek Sante, spokesman from Dr. Reefer, gives us the latest on medical marijuana and Hempfest. Also, Council Bob Beers talks about the soccer stadium vote tomorrow.
Kurt Conklin, Director of Programs for Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. talks about sexual education and the government’s involvement. Also, Glenn Cook, our favorite (sorry everyone else) RJ columnist makes his weekly appearance.