Heard on KXNT
Retired Las Vegas Metro Police Captain and Owner of Discount Gun Safe Warehouse, Jimmie Dillon, talks safety on the Las Vegas Strip in the wake of the Drais shooting.
Niger Innis, National spokesperson of the Congress of Equality and Chief Strategist of the TeaParty.net, joins us in studio to talk about his “prayerful consideration” about running against Steven Horsford in the upcoming elections.
Has the Culinary Union gone too far with it’s protest tactics outside of the Cosmopolitan? We hear from members of the union on what they think.
Rhonda Gibson and her attorney Cal Potter join the show on the day after Jesus Arevalo, the man who shot and killed Stanley Gibson, was fired from Metro PD. Gibson says Arevalo’s release does not give her any closure.
Steve Sanson, President for the Veterans In Politics International, joins the show to talk about the termination of officer Jesus Arevalo. Sanson says Gillespie should go as well.
Commissioner Steve Sisolak gives us the latest on the decision on whether to raise taxes to get more policemen on the street. However, Commissioner Sisolak isn’t sure the tax hike would fix the problem.
Kevin takes calls on topics such as the government shutdown, SNAP cards, and more.
Should we throw all 535 members of Congress out? Kevin discuses this with callers.
The Wall to Wall Town Hall from Jalisco Cantina on Sunset and Durango. The topic for this month’s Town Hall is the Affordable Care Act.
Congressmen Joe Heck talks about the government shutdown. Heck says he expects resolution soon.