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August 14, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 14, 2014 - Hour 1

Devon’s day at the DMV yesterday.  The state of Colorado is being appraised for sale according to an article in The Onion.  Tom disagrees with a trial and sentence for an inmate charged with placing a hair in his food.  Don’t bother Obama with foreign affairs, he’s on vacation.

 

 
August 13, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 13, 2014 - Hour 3

 

 
August 13, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 13, 2014 - Hour 2

Amy Valentine from Insight School of Colorado joins us to talk about an alternative to brick and mortar or home school learning programs. Laurie Cooney is parent support for Insight Schools, talks with us about being a parent with on-line students. PSD has a new link for parents to get all the nutrition information for school meals. Jack Graham, former AD for CSU talks about his firing and fundraising.

 
August 13, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 13, 2014 - Hour 1

Clippers has been sold to Ballmer. Generation Z is fearless and selling companies for millions of dollars. Tom disagrees with Cory Gardner’s new commercial against Udall and Obamacare. Aspen implemented a bag fee and the courts ruled it is a fee and not a tax.

 
August 12, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 12, 2014 - Hour 3

New Jersey legislature is looking at a bill to exempt its residents from red light tickets in other states.  Congressman Jared Polis joins us to discuss:  foreign policy, immigration, oil and gas deal.  Golf in northern Colorado is on a decline.

 
August 12, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 12, 2014 - Hour 2

Courts have ruled that college athletes can be paid, Tom says to expedite the process.  How to get a perfect score on SATs, Ada Throckmorton did and she is an editor of “Up Your Score SAT” that is full of tips to help with this exam.  The rules for subsidized housing is zero tolerance of drugs and an 87 year old women is now evicted for using marijuana.  Betsy Markey claims private sector experience but it’s limited, Tom looks heavily at private sector experience and Devon says it depends on the candidate.

 
August 12, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 12, 2014 - Hour 1

Robin Williams died yesterday.  Cash for Clunkers program hurt the economy and didn’t help, a recent study validates this.  A prison near Brush, Colo. is hoping to become a marijuana grow shop.  Advertising campaign to educate teens about marijuana seems like it won’t work.

 
August 11, 2014 - Hour 3 Print E-mail

August 11, 2014 - Hour 3

Gambling to support education will be on the ballot as Amendment 68.  Arc Thrift Store in Ft. Collins opens in its new location this morning and Lloyd Lewis joins us to talk about all the great work Arc does in the community.  A new ad campaign attempts to blame parents for a man’s obesity.  Congressman Polis had town hall meetings in Northern Colorado and he did his best to talk about the concerns.

 
August 11, 2014 - Hour 2 Print E-mail

August 11, 2014 - Hour 2

World’s smallest lady at the Boulder County Fair was considered an “ick factor” and asked to leave the fair.  Jillian Melchoir from IWF joins us to talk about the criminals hired to work on the Obamacare exchanges and how hard it is to get information.  Jack Graham was supposed to be the fundraiser for the CSU stadium but now he’s fired, Tom and Devon both believe the CSU stadium is a no go now.

 
August 11, 2014 - Hour 1 Print E-mail

August 11, 2014 - Hour 1

PGA wagers and who won, Tom and Mike Ball picked the #1 winner.  Governor Hickenlooper wants to be liked and that leads to how he picks his stance on topics and they change based on the group he’s speaking to.  Toys that are worth big money now.  Kevin Ward Jr. gets out of his car on the race track and was hit by driver Tony Stewart and died.

 
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