Jimmy continues hosting along with Jeff Krump as co host. The next two hours are filled with stories about touring, the music industry, influences, where music is headed and more. Robert Fleishman graciously gives us the next two hours of his time. Mr. Fleishman is now a music producer, songwriter, and musician working on many different projects that have received high praises in the industry. People might also know him as a former singer for the famous band Journey!
Jimmy breaks away from politics for a night and talks music of all kinds. He brings on Jeff Krump to co host and then talks to Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Both Jeff and Kenny are veterans and legends in the music industry. Jeff Krump has toured with many famous bands and produced them, while Kenny Wayne Shephered has played blues and won numerous awards and recognition for his great music.
Jimmy talks with Max McGuire of Conservative-Daily.com. "Spygate" is talked about at great lenght and all the various angles and events that have shaped this corruption. Various audio clips are played on the subject from different sources on the subject.
Jimmy talks mostly about Obamacare and the leftist view on it. Economic competition in terms of automobiles is also discussed and how foreign cars actually force American auto companies to make better cars and have less of a chance to dominate the market in America because of good solid competition.
Jimmy is joined right out of the gate by author and columnist Gordon Chang. Mr. Chang and Jimmy discuss the North Korean Summit and what Trump is doing about it. Various quotes are discussed anc compared with Mr. Chang's more optimistic views. At the bottom of the hour Republican Canidate for Attorney General of Colorado George Brauchler calls in and talks with Jimmy about the Attorney General election. The other canidates are talked about along with various leftist policies being pushed through the courts rather than the State and Federal Governments.
Kris Cook talks more about the Texas school shooting in terms of what is going on with our school system in general. The "participiation" culture in our society and the rejection of working hard and achieving goals is discussed. Kris Cook calls this the National Insecurity Crisis. Our culture is teaching our children that in order to have worth they need to fit in and to do that they receive all the attention to making everyone exactly the same in all areas despite the fact that some people work much harder and acheive. Acheivement is no longer the goal but mediocrity and collectivism. That and more in this hour of the Jimmy Sengenberger Show.
Kristian Cook fills in for Jimmy Sengenberger for all three hours. Jimmy calls in to briefly talk about the Weekly Standard Summit. Kris then talks about the budget bills trying to change how unspent money in the government is used. This topic is talked about in a interview Russell Vought who is the Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Finally the Texas school shooting is briefly introduced and discussed at greater length in the second hour.
Kris Cook talks the whole hour with many callers on the subject of school shootings. Callers offer their various ideas and opinions. Kris talks about the American culture, leftist ideas and other things and how they affect or contribute to the school shootings throughout American history.
Jimmy has voice actor Jimmie Viles in studio joined later on the phone by another voice actor Mark Corrigan. The hour is filled with hilarious banter and voices of all kinds. Both guests explain how they discovered their talents and Mr. Viles explaines the terms and different skills needed in voice acting. Jimmy Sengenberger also asks them to share their great career stories.
Jimmy plays his interview with Cole Wist. Mr. Wist is House Republicans’ assistant minority leader who helped sponser the "Red Flag Bill". Jimmy also talks about the peace talks between the U.S. and North Korea. The comment leaked from the White House about Senator McCain that was in poor taste is discussed.