Jimmy talks to Yale Law School student Steve Andrews on the current political climate and Kavanaugh. Audio is played on how the Left is reacting to Kavanaugh's supposedly poor temperament and how they are acting totally self rightous for political gain. Callers also call in to give thoughts and opinions on just how deep this goes into the Deep State.
Jimmy is joined by Sarah Cox and Amy Kremer. Amy Kremer is a co founder of Women for Trump and Sarah Cox is the current director. The subjects include Kavanaugh's ordeal, the Women for Trump's standpoint on all this, and the need for Republican politicians to win to support Trump.
Jimmy talks about the continuing drama of the Kavanaugh nomination and the ensuing 1 week delay for an FBI investigation into Ford's accusations. Jimmy talks and gets opinions from Senior Political Analyst for the Washington Examiner Michael Barone on the subject. Jimmy comments on the tactics that the Left uses to shape politics in the ways they want.
Jimmy is joined by Jeff Krump and Father Andre Mahana. The guests and callers continue their praise of the show's years of intelligent talk radio. The Kavanaugh drama continues to play out along with a tenative Thursday hearing of Kavanaugh accuser just being announced. Jeff Krump and a caller talk to Jimmy about the famous music that makes the show really shine.
The show continues with Former Congressman Tom Tancredo, Republican AG Canidate George Brauchler, Congressman Ken Buck, and Jimmy's grandfather Walt. The subjects of the show's anniversary and Kavanaugh continue. College campus political intolerance, how politics have changed in general, and more are also discussed.
Jimmy is joined by Secretary of State Wayne Willams, Former CO Senate President John Andrews, and blogger/podcast host Kris Cook, all to celebrate the show's 5 year anniversary. Other subjects include Colorado politics and Kavanaugh. The show is packed with celebration, reflection, and important current events.
Senator Booker's shenanigans for a possible bid for the 2020 presidential election are analyzed. Kaitlyn Sengenberger calls in on the subject of Alzheimers and her support with a particular foundation:Walk to End Alzheimer's. Finally Obama's contradictions are again analyzed in part with the help of a caller who remembers some of Obama's words.