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UNLV Consultant, Guy Hobbs joins the show to talk about the possible UNLV football stadium and whether or not it’s worth it to use taxpayer money. Ron Futrell stops by to talk IRS scandal, UNLV stadium and to whine about the World Cup.
CBS Military Consultant Jeff McCausland talks about the 300 “advisers” the United States are sending back to Iraq. Councilman Bob Beers joins the show to discuss the rule banning glass and metal bottles at the Fremont Experience. Finally, Pastor Troy Martinez gives us more details on the upcoming vigil to honor the fallen Metro Police officers.
UNLV Professor Dr. Stephen Brown and Nevada state director of the National Federation of Independent Business talk about the economic recovery here in Las Vegas. Mike Lyons, CBS Military Consultant tells us more about the conflict in Iraq and America’s involvement.
To Serve and Protect….and come home alive.
FM News 100.5 KXNT–06/13/2014
As we bury our dead following sunday’s traggic killings, there are still questions left unanswered. What is it we need to know????
FM News 100.5 KXNT–06/12/2014
Co-Host of Channel 3′s What’s Your Point Amy Tarknaian gives us a recap on the results of yesterday’s primaries. Also, lots more from Kevin and callers on Jarad and Amanda Miller.
Former Metro Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton joins Kevin in studio to further discuss the police ambush and the neighbor who had knowledge of the shooters inclinations and did not contact authorities. Kim Steelmon, President of the Las Vegas Tea Party talks about the negative reaction that has come the Tea Party’s way after the shootings.
Former Metro Police Jimmy Dillon joins Kevin in studio to talk about the Sunday’s tragedy. Review Journal Columnist Glenn Cook weighs in as well.
Economist Peter Morici joins the show to talk about the job numbers and whether or not the country really has fully recovered from the recession. State Senator Mark Hutchison is in studio to talk about his race with Sue Lowden. Finally, Cresent Hardy candidate for Congress in District 4.