Guest host, Jon Caldara. 1. Reading of the Sullivan Ballou letter from Ken Burns' "Civil War." 2. Discussion of Governor Hickenlooper's call for conversation on the death penalty.
1. Sitting is the new smoking. New study says for every hour of sitting our lives are shortened by 22 minutes. 2. Jon discusses recall elections.
Los Angeles resident notifies people where all of DUI checkpoints are located.
Guest: Catherine Engelbrecht, "True the Vote" - targeted by IRS
Guest: Geoffrey Norman, Weekly Standard - "Cheaters in School And they aren't students."
Guest: Stephen Schochet, Star Trek expert will review, "Star Trek into Darkness."
Mike discusses Governor Hickenlooper's decision to give a temporary reprieve to convicted murderer, Nathan Dunlap.
Continuation of discussion on Governor Hickenlooper and the death penalty.
A third hour on the Hickenlooper decision on Nathan Dunlap.
Mike provides an update on common core standards.
1. Guest: Nicholas Eberstadt, American Enterprise Institute - "A Route to Reining in North Korea." 2. The Mark Sanford case exemplifies the principle of "party trumps person."
Peggy Noonan's take on the IRS going after conservatives.