April 25, 2019
Aired: 4/25/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Only one perspective of "Common Ground" was available because Mark L. Shurtleff called in sick, so I took the opportunity to share some themes from past shows and pieced something together, including my brief encounter with Utah Jazz point guard Ricky Rubio yesterday morning.
April 23, 2019
Aired: 4/23/19, 1640AM, Ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Answer: Yes. Utah State Treasurer David Damschen can be trusted. That's true even though he likes Rush, listens to Ozzy's Boneyard on Sirius radio and appeared on my show. Maybe everything isn't as it seems, but it sure seems like Dave knows what he's doing. If he decides to run for re-election, he's got my vote. Our discussion includes social security, public employee retirement benefits, charter schools, paganism, symbolism, heavy metal and, of course, Rush, because Dave handles some Big Money. 666 Facts: 1. Good luck in Chinese. 2. The sum of the first 36 numbers. 3. DCLXVI the sum of one occurrence of all Roman numeral symbols whose value is less than 1000. Maybe Ozzy Osbourne and Iron Maiden aren't evil after all. Go figure.
April 18, 2019
Aired: 4/18/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
Skye Lazaro joined me this afternoon and I bored her with a few Rush lyrics. After that we continued the discussion about the Unabomber Manifesto, political correctness, constitutional law and basketball.
April 16, 2019
Aired: 4/16/19, 1640AM, ktalkmedia, Salt Lake City
The "fighting words" exception to the First Amendment and a look back at the Unabomber Manifesto 24 years later. Of course, I work in a little Utah Jazz basketball as well.
April 6, 2019
Troy Brewer from the Salt Lake City Stars is going to join me to start the show tomorrow. We'll be discussing tonight's NCAA championship game, the G-League and the Utah Jazz. After a segment or two I'll have Utah State Senator Todd Weiler as my guest. It's sure to be an entertaining show.
April 2, 2019
Troy Rawlings joined me this afternoon and discussed some of the crazy details underlying State of Utah v. Mark L. Shurtleff. My head hurts from spinning too much for the past two hours. If you'd like to hear some of messy details behind this unprecedented case, download the MP3 file. But be prepared to lose some faith in our government, because it's inevitable. Just ask Mark. He knows all too well.