Today's guests: 6:am - Former Boise politico Erik Makrush talks politics with the host; 6:40am - Kevin's mother, Pat Miller shares her political insights with the listening audience; 7:am - Long time Boise financial planner and radio talk show host Dave Petso discusses the stock market and the economy; 7:40am - Rachel Sutherland of Fox News radio follows presidential campaigns; 8:am - Jeff Birnbaum of Fox News says Jeb Bush has a new opponent; 8:40am - Scott Spencer joins Kevin in studio to promote the 2015 Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic, which begins later this week.
Today's guests: 6:am - Rob Milford of Breitbart Texas recounts what he saw 10-years ago in New Orleans when he covered Hurricane Katrina for Fox News; 7:am - Greg Pruett of the Idaho 2nd Amendment Alliance discusses renewed calls for gun control after the murders of a TV reporter and camera man earlier this week in VA; 7:40am - Al Weaver from the Washington Examiner reports on Hillary Clinton's call for gun control; 8:am - TheFan 630am radio sports announcer Wayne Dzubak announces the host's role in tonight's high school football game broadcast; 8:40am - DC McCallister from the Federalist discusses the consequences of allowing "anchor babies" in the U.S.
Today's guests: 6:am - Associated Press reporter Tamara Lush discusses the field reporter and camera man who were murdered live on TV Wednesday morning; 6:40am - Liz Peek business columnist for Fox News and The Federalist websites with economic news; 7:am - Jon Decker from Fox News Radio has the latest on the Virginia TV murders; 7:40am - Peter Crabb, PhD from NNU talks about the economy; 8:am - Boise resident Naghmeh Abedini has the latest on her effort to get her husband released from an Iranian prison where he's been held for almost 3-years for teaching Christianity; 8:40am - Philosopher, economist, and engineer Dr. Gerard Lameiro share his expertise on China and the U.S. stock market.
Today's guests: 6:am - John Felkins from Entre Leadership, a Dave Ramsey enterprise, has suggestions for investors; 6:40am - Fox News Radio's Jon Decker reports some GOP leaders are plotting to slow down Trump; 7:am - Roger Beckett, Executive Director of the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University says many of today's high school students won't learn enough basics of history and government to be informed citizens; 7:40am - Jeff Monosso from Fox News covers the debate over open race cars after the death of an Indy Car driver; 8:am - Internationally recognized business advisor, executive coach, speaker, and author Ron Price of Price Associates; 8:40am - Stephani Scruggs, political analyst and CEO of the Coalition for a Strong America says China is waging war on America through the economy.
Today's guests: 6:am - Steve Ackerman, CEO of Competitive Edge Research reviews Monday's stock market drop; 6:40am - Jason Russell from the Washington Examiner reports on the historical significance of the stock drop; 7:am - Wealth advisor and radio talk show host Brian Wiley discusses reasons for the stock drop; 7:40am - Tonya J Powers from Fox News Radio with more on the stock drop; 8:am - Fox News Radio's Jon Decker reports on Hillary, Biden and Obama; 8:10am - Bob Neugebauer, publisher of the Gem State Patriot newsletter has news regarding Common Core
Today's guests: 6:am - Steve Ackerman, CEO of Competetive Edge Research talks about the economy; 7:am - Mark Everson, former IRS Commissioner and 18th declared Republican candidate seeking the 2016 GOP presidential nomination; 7:10am – Financial planner and radio talk show host Dave Petso about the stock market; 7:40am – Jacqueline Klimas from the Washington Examiner reports on the first women to complete Army Ranger school; 8:am - Bob Neugebauer, publisher of the Gem State Patriot newsletter shares his thoughts on the economy; 8:40am – Jeff Monosso has the Fox News radio “Wheels” report.
Today's guests: 6:40am - Fox News' Gurnal Scott reports fantasy football is costing companies billions in lost productivity; 7:am - Jon Decker from Fox News Radio has the latest on former President Jimmy Carter; 7:25am - Idaho National Guard spokesman Maj Chris Borders says F-15's are wrapping up their temporary stay at Gowen Field; 7:40am - David Drucker from the Washington Examiner ; 8:am - Army veteran and current Memphis SWAT team member Josh Hood talks about his debut novel, Clear by Fire ; 8:40am - Larry Pratt from Gun Owners of America discusses 2nd amendment issues.
Today's guests: 7:am - Bob Dane from the Federation for American Immigration Reform; 7:40am - Fox News Radio's Eben Brown reports George Zimmerman is being criticized for painting a Confederate flag for an auction; 8:am - Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch discusses the latest on the Hillary Clinton email scandal; 8:40am - Crista Huff, President of Goodfellow LLC (goodfellowllc.com) talks about how China's economy is affecting your U.S. investments.
Today's guests: 6:25am - Rachel Sutherland from Fox News Radio follows a few of the Republican presidential candidates; 7:am - Idaho Lt. Gov. Brad Little talks about what he saw when he toured the Soda Fire over the weekend; 7:40am - Michael Warren from the Washington Examiner reports AL Sen. Jeff Sessions supports Donald Trump ; 8:am - Michael Daugherty, Senior Writer for Cyber Defense Magazine and author of The Devil Inside the Beltway; 8:40am - Fox News reporter Jeff Monosso says college athletes will not be able to unionize.
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