Ron Futrell talks about Vegas being ranked second on al Qaeda’s target list. Randy Sutton with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department joins the show and talks about the Ferguson case. And Glenn Cook, Columnist, joins the show to talk solar power, margin tax, and the Little League.
It’s Ron Futrell’s birthday! However he’s really fired up about Little League baseball. Also, Project 21 member and policeman with Harris County, Texas, Carl Pittman, tells us more about the Grand Jury selection in the Michael Brown case.
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).
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.
Amy Tarkanian, Host of Channel 3’s “What’s Your Point,” gives us her take on the illicit recording of County Commissioner Tom Collins and Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura. It’s Friday, so Ron Futrell is in the house to talk about the recording, the sale of the Clippers, and more.
Ron Futrell makes his weekly Friday appearance to talk V.A., Donald Sterling, and Mark Cuban. Kendall Tenney, 10e Media, joins the show to talk about Mark Cuban’s comments and how they’ll affect him moving forward.
Former Metro Police Captain Jimmy Dillon joins the show to talk about the FBI and their investigation into the militia members who backed up Cliven Bundy. Ron Futrell goes all sunshine and lollipops on Live and Local. Finally, it’s the List, five things you need to know on this Friday afternoon.
Kendall Tenney, 10e Media joins the show to give Cliven Bundy a little PR advice.
State Assemblywoman Michelle Fiore, defends herself from the attacks John Ralston made on his blog and on Live and Local.
Freedom First Tax Day Town Hall at Americans for Prosperity