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5-4-11 – Guest, Attorney General Tom Horne
Dennis talks to Attorney General Tom Horne and medical marijuana “entrepeneur” Allan Sobol.
2-15-11 Going Green
Is going green the way to save our economy? Dennis and Jack talk to “Green” designer Kevin Edwards, Mary Wolf-Francis of DIRTT Environmental Solutions, and Patrick O’Grady from the Phoenix Business Journal.
11-10-12 Glenn Hamer, Tom Jenney, Andy Tobin, Byron Schlomach
Jalk talks to President of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce Glenn Hamer, Director of Americans for Propsperity in Arizona Tom Jenney, Goldwater Institute Economist Byron Schlomach, and Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives Andy Tobin about the election results.
8-17-11 – Guest, State Solicitor General Dave Cole; Peggy Neely
Dennis talks to Arizona Solicitor General Dave Cole about his background and the Court’s recent ruling upholding the Arizona Abortion Consent Act. Also, Peggy Neely drops in to get out the vote for the upcoming election for Mayor of Phoenix.
5-2-12 Joe Sciarrotta and SB1070
Joe Sciarrotta, who was second chair at the oral arguments for SB1070 last week, stops by the studio to talk about the case.
2-13-13 IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson
Death and taxes! Jack talks to IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson about new innovations in filing taxes (did you know there is a new IRS smartphone app?) and commonly made mistakes.
6-22-2011 – Unemployment Benefits – Kyrsten Sinema and Andy Tobin
The Arizona legislature failed to extend unemployment benefits for over 15,000 Arizonans – was this a mistake? Dennis talks to state Senator Kyrsten Sinema and state Speaker of the House Andy Tobin about the issue – also Farrell Quinlan of the National Federation for Independent Business lobbying group and Amy Kobeta from the Children’s Action Alliance.
11-30-11 – Obamacare and Matt Heinz
Dennis Wilenchik talks to State Rep. Matt Heinz from Tucson, who is also a doctor, about what Obamacare really means, and callers phone in to voice their disapproval.
7-18-12 Steve Chucri
Jack talks to Steve Chucri, who is running for the County Board of Supervisors against Lester Pearce, Russell Pearce’s brother.
6-19-13 Representative Matt Salmon, Kristena Hansen
For the first segment: U.S. Representative Matt Salmon talks to Jack about his legislation in response to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Arizona voter ID law.
For the remainder of the show: real estate reporter Kristena Hansen from the Phoenix Business Journal talks about the top ten trends in Arizona commercial and residential real estate.
5-11-11 – Peggy Neely
Candidate for Mayor of Phoenix Peggy Neely talks to Dennis about running to become the first woman elected Mayor of Phoenix in over 30 years.
2-8-12 Russell Pearce
Russell Pearce comes on the show to talk about the recall, his plans to run again, and where he stands on the issues.
10-31-12 Bob Burns, Susan Bitter-Smith, and Augustine “Auggie” Bartning
Dennis and Jack talk to Augustine “Auggie” Bartning who is running for state Senate in LD-24 in segment one. For segments two, three, and four – Bob Burns and Susan Bitter-Smith, who are on the Republican ticket for the Arizona Corporation Commission.
8-24-11 – Guest, State Treasurer Doug Ducey
Dennis talks to State Treasurer Doug Ducey about what it took to get Arizona back in the black for the first time since 2007, and about the importance of financial literacy and good education for young people.
6-12-13 Immigration Reform
Dan Holler from conservative think tank HeritageAction.com and Dulce Matuz from the Arizona Dream Act Coalition debate the merits of the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013,” which creates a path to citizenship for most–but not all–of the 11.5 million undocumented immigrants in America.