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.
Kevin and callers discuss the illegal immigrants being held at the border, and the possibility, if they are amnestied, they make it to Vegas. Also, LVRJ Columnist Glenn Cook makes his Monday appearance.
Former Metro Police Lieutenant Randy Sutton joins the show to talk about the rising trend in police suicides. Also, Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to discuss Bowe Bergdahl’s return to active duty. Finally, Kevin and callers discuss Bergdahl.
RJ Columnist Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to dive into the Supreme Court ruling on the Hobby Lobby case. Kevin and callers further discuss the Hobby Lobby ruling and whether it is a “war on women.” State Senate Majority Leader Mo Denis joins the show to discuss the drivers ID law for illegal immigrants.
State Senator Pat Spearman talks about the fight to require background checks for all guns. Las Vegas Review Journal Columnist Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to talk, EDC, background checks, and the Wilcox funeral.
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.
Host of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and Vegas Deluxe in the Las Vegas Sun Robin Leach joins the show to talk about the Michael Jackson hologram at the Billboard Music Awards. Also, Glenn Cook from the RJ makes his weekly appearance to talk margin tax with Kevin.
After hearing the news of being drafted by the St. Louis Rams, Michael Sam kissed his boyfriend on live TV. Kevin and callers discuss the media coverage of “the kiss” and whether it was offensive, inspirational, or neither. RJ Columnist Glenn Cook makes his weekly appearance to talk Sam, Sterling, and more.
Mark Fierro, PR consultant with Fierro Communication tells us how he would handle the situation if he was hired by Donald Sterling to repair his image.
Ira Hanson Assemblyman from District 32 talks about the BLM and their management of the state’s land.