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Chris Arps, Project 21 National Advisory Council, joins the show to talk about furthering information on the St. Louis riots following the death of Michael Brown. George Wallace and Mike Hammer call in to pay their tributes to Robin Williams.
Radio host Kevin Jackson joins the show to talk about the rioting in St. Louis after police shot an unarmed 18-year-old.
Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak stops by the studio to take questions from callers.
Brian Fisher with the American Family Association talks about the TV show, Black Jesus, which he believes is complete “tripe.” Kevin and callers discuss Black Jesus. Finally, our man about Vegas Ron Futrell makes his weekly appearance (on payday pizza day of course).
Jeff McCausland, CBS Military Consultant, fills us in on the latest reports that President Obama may strike Iraq. Sylvia Longmire from Brietbart Texas joins the show to talk about the relocation of refugees to Nevada. Comedian/Magician Aaron Radatz calls in to talk about his show tomorrow at the Rampart.
Ward Curtin from Progress Now Nevada, tells us more about the formation of Nevada Business Leaders United for Marriage. Also, Defending the Caveman’s Kevin Burke stops by to pick on our Kevin.
Man of many hats and author of “Murder of the Middle Class” Wayne Allyn Root joins the show to talk about Michele Bachmann’s idea to tax 100 percent of money illegals send out of the country. Cliven Bundy gives us the latest details on his son’s arrest as well as more information about his speech on Saturday.
Howard Stutz, LVRJ Gaming Reporter and Columnist joins the show give us all the details on The New Frontier property which was purchased by Austrailian billionaire James Packer. Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to talk sugar tax and more.
Brad Garrett stops by for an hour to talk about his charity poker event. Rather than talk about the event for the whole time, Brad decided to attack Kevin, Jason, Ken, and Ron. Today’s podcast is the entire hour uncut, enjoy.
Larry Harrison, employee benefits specialist, tells us why more than 31,000 people will have to re-enroll for their insurance through the state health exchange. Local investment adviser Kyle Kirwan talks about the disastrous day on the stock markets which saw the Dow down over 300 points. Finally, Danny Tarkanian makes his familiar Thursday visit.
Odysseus Papadimitrou, CEO of WalletHub, tells us more about where Nevada ranks in Healthcare coverage as well as the return on investment Nevadans are getting for their healthcare. Dr. Richard Carmona, former U.S. Surgeon General, joins the show to talk about the V.A. overhaul bill.