Jimmy talks with author Gordon Chang on the situation with North Korea. The details include all the interests of North Korea, South Korea, Japan, and the United States. How Trump approaches North Korea and the conditions of the denuclearization of North Korea is also discussed. Jimmy points out how the last three presidents have failed in their attempts to get this far with Korea's nukes.
Jimmy talks with syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette at length about Jim Comey and Andrew McCabe. The discussion includes the book deals with both, what they did, their differing stories, and audio on Jim Comey on various news networks and shows.
Jimmy talks with the Paranormal Panel on Comey, China, North Korea, and Trump's supposed collusion. Later Jimmy is joined by Lesley Hollywood, a co organizer of a 2nd Ammendment rally in Loveland Colorado. Jimmy talks with her about what the 2nd Ammendment is really about, why we have it, and the gun controls that are in place and Denver and the huge restrictions being proposed in Boulder Colorado.
Jimmy Sengenberger and Kris Cook talk further on the Republican and Democrat Assemblies in Bolder today. Many callers give their opinions and possible situations that may come out of today's events. Jimmy also talks about the Blues Falcons band fronted by Jimmy that will begin local touring soon.
The Republican Assembly in Boulder is discussed further including results of who got what position on the ballot including vote percentages. Secretary of State Wayne Williams, Attorney General George Brauchler, and State Treasurer Justin Everett. All of these positions are Republican nominee positions from today's event.
Congressman Mike Coffman calls in and briefly talks with Jimmy about him being on the ballot along with community outreach. Trade and the situation with China is discussed at great length and Jimmy talks with Peter Navarro on the American economy.
Jimmy talks at great length about Congressman Mike Coffman. Jimmy talks about his personal history with the Congressman, the Congressman's challenges, policies and more. Callers also share what they think about Mike Coffman and the 2018 elections.