You may know him as Bo Snerdley. James Golden was Rush Limbaugh's long-time producer and friend and he's written a new book, "Rush on the Radio" about those years of partnership. We'll talk with James about his thoughts and memories of their years together that transformed talk radio.
Former Congressman Bob Schaffer is the headmaster of Liberty Common School and Liberty Common High School, parts of the Liberty Common Charter School in Fort Collins. They're always ranked at or among the very best schools in the state. He's also Chairman of the Leadership Program of the Rockies. We'll talk about parental involvement in education and how that's become a political issue. I recommend this article to you as a good introduction to part of the broader controversy, including the idea of a "one size fits all" education that's been pushed on schools for decades by the education establishment.
A long but important article about how union-connected activists are destroying public education in Denver
If you vote in Centennial, try these candidates for city council
I fear Denver turning into Portland
As I've said on the show, it's not as simply as "Democrats" wrecking cities, although they tend to do so. It's radical "progressives" turning parts of cities into death-traps and no-go zones, and I say that as a strong proponent of criminal justice reform. But reforming the parts that don't work well or fairly doesn't mean just destroying everything, including the parts of the system that keep us safe. Check out this story from Portland followed by two stories from Denver that should have every Denverite furious and maybe a little afraid:
Town of Morrison wants to keep padding its budget with traffic tickets
Even if Initiative 303 passes in Denver, it might not achieve what you hope in terms of moving out the homeless
This pretty much sums up the Biden administration's understanding of inflation