Stan Carpenter, Command Historian at the U.S. Naveal WAr College discusses the history of Pearl Harbor. Texas Lawyer Michael Pullara, author of ___________ discusses the mysterious death of a CIA agent.
President Trump, Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, and Congressman Chuck Schumer argue over a looming government shutdown. Steph Curry doesn't' believe we landed on the moon. Also, Leonard David, author of Moon Rush: The New Space Race, discusses our travels to the moon
Kim Collins with North Range Behavioral Health discuses the 4-year anniversary of their crisis center and preparation for the budget cuts. CDOT Region 4 Communications Manager Jared Fiel discusses a bill grant. v Also, too much screen time causes premature thinning in young brains.
Time Magazine' announced its short list for Person-of-the-Year and some of them are really stupid. It's Trump vs the Democrats over the budget and the wall. RNC Spokesperson Kaleight McEnany discusses staff turnover in the White House, the Russian collusion investigation, and the budget showdown. Also, Delta Airlines is changing its emotional support animal policy.
Complete Colorado Reporter Sherrie Peif discusses the campaign violation allegedly made by HD 50 elect Rochelle Galindo. Also, Oklahoma QB and Heisman winner Kyler Murray has apologized for tweets he made when he was a teen.
Laura Carno, founder of FASTER Colorado discusses the training of teachers for the protection of students. Kevin Carr with Fat Guys at the Movies. Finally, an update on what the Weld County Commissioners are up to.
Sherrie shares her memories of George H.W. Bush. A predicament has befallen the Greeley City Council. Greeley should be budgeting for repairs, not for new buildings. Also, former Valley High School principle Ben Rainbold discusses balancing student and teacher privacy with transparency.
The search for two missing hikers in Rocky Mountain National Park has been called off due to weather conditions. John share's an unfaltering safe injection site story. John comments on a guest column in the Tribune about Colorado's politically blue tint.
Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith discusses whether or not law enforcement should chase fleeing criminals. The lawyer of the Fort Collins women who want to go topless in public cannot fathom why the 10th circuit court of appeals has not made a ruling on the matter yet. There's no "normal" when it comes to Colorado weather. Also, a Greeley man took a bean bag to the butt.
Loveland wants to be carbon production free by 2030, but are their ambitions scientifically possible? Also, a digression leads to the topic of trees and how cutting them down isn't as bad as people think.
Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway discusses his memories of President George H.W. Bush. The Weld Food Bank hit their goal during the turkey drive. Ryan Brennan with the Poudre Learning Center discusses Weld Gives Day. Also, KOSI 101.5 will no longer play "Baby It's Cold Outside" because the lyrics are evil or some stupid politically correct bulls___.
The 9-year-old Severance activist won his case against the city over the snowball ban. The late President George H.W. Bush was a huge fan of The Oak Ridge Boys and they considered him a friend and will sing at his funeral. Also, the AP takes a shot at late President George H.W. Bush in his obituary and Joy Behar uses his death as an opportunity to bash President Trump.