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5-18-11 – Vaughan Roofing Case – Guests Don and Matt Fendon
Dennis talks to workmen’s comp attorneys Don and Matt Fendon about the Vaughan Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. v. Rodriguez case, in which an undocumented worker was allowed to receive workmen’s comp benefits. Also on the show: attorneys for Plaintiff and Defendant in the case, Janice Barber and Kirk Landrey.
2-22-12 Financial Planning
Jack talks to financial planners about where the economy is headed. Featuring Ken Edwins, Brian Jackson, and Cameron Black.
10-24-12 Paul Penzone, Sarah Coleman, Dan Coleman and Paul Boyer
Jack interviews Paul Penzone, who is running for Maricopa County Sheriff, in segment one. In segments two and three – Sarah and Dan Coleman, the husband and wife team running for State Senate and House in LD-27. And in segment four – Paul Boyer, candidate for State House in LD-20.
8-31-11 – the New Apostolic Reformation Movement
Dennis talks to an investigative reporter about Rick Perry’s “Army of God,” the New Apostolic Reformation Movement, which believes that the Democratic Party is controlled by demons…Should we be concerned?
5-16-12 Andy Biggs and the New Domestic Violence Law
State Senator Andy Biggs talks about SB1213, which the Governor just signed into law. The law prohibits an inmate convicted of domestic violence from getting early release. Also on the show: Leah Pettyjohn, the domestic abuse victim who advocated for the law; Connie Phillips, executive director of the Sojourner Center in Phoenix, an abused women’s shelter; and Linda Scott,Vice President of Child & Family Solutions at Jewish Family and Children’s Services, which runs the “Shelter without Walls” program to help women leave abusive homes.
2-27-13 Flagstaff Mayor Jerry Nabours
Dennis and Jack talk to recently elected Flagstaff Mayor Jerry Nabours about artificial snow, what it’s like being Mayor, and about his “million-dollar” ideas for the City.
4/6/2011 – Guest, County Attorney Bill Montgomery
Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery comes on the show and talks about growing up in a tough neighborhood; sentencing guidelines; getting the civil litigation division back; and good relations with the Sheriff’s office.
11-23-11 Sheriff Joe on the Show
Sheriff Joe talks about everything from the President’s birth certificate to the Russell Pearce recall.
8-8-12 Sal Diciccio on Legal-ease
Phoenix Councilman Sal DiCiccio talks about how he managed to organize more than 100 Phoenix construction and development industry professionals to re-write the rules for construction permits in the City of Phoenix. Also on the show: Rebekah Morris from the Arizona Builders Exchange, an online trade paper that focuses on the construction industry.
6-8-11 – Guest Joe Kanefield, President of the State Bar
Joe Kanefield talks about being former counsel for the Governor and President-elect of the State Bar, as well as Prop 200.
3-1-12 Greg Robinson and Tax Season on Legalease
Jack talks to attorney Greg Robinson about tax law while Senator Adam Biggs phones in to discuss his efforts to repeal the Arizona use tax.
11-28-12 Jim Lundy, Al Melvin, Tom Forese
Politicians talk all day long about bringing more business to Arizona – but who is out there actually making it happen? Jim Lundy, Chairman of the Board at the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and CEO at Alliance Bank, talks about what he and the GPEC are doing to actually get business to make the move, while State Senator Al Melvin and Rep. Tom Forese discuss about what state government is doing to make sure that we beat the pants off Texas.
6-1-11 – Employer Immigration Sanctions – Jack Kavanaugh
Arizona’s employer sanctions law upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. Guests: Garrick Taylor from the Arizona Chamber of Commerce; state Representative Jack Kavanaugh, who co-sponsored the original bill; MaryAnna Gitomer from U.S. Citizen Immigration Services; and Dee Dee Garcia from Somos Republicanos, a hispanic Republican group.
5-8-13 Gerald Celente, Jim Bacon, Mike Sunnucks, Samantha Noyes
In the first segment – Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal, shares his insights and predictions about the economic, social and political direction of the U.S., our allies and enemies.
Second segment – by phone from Paradise Valley – Jim Bacon, Paradise Valley town manager discusses how the rising cost of police pensions is causing the down-sizing of local police departments.
Third and Fourth Segments – Mike Sunnucks from the Phoenix Business Journal, Samantha Noyes from the Council on American Islamic Relations, and a guest from the Alliance Defending Freedom discuss the problem of religious discrimination in Arizona, which has one of the highest rates of complaints with the EEOC.
5-23-12 Andrei Cherny
Dennis and Jack talk to Andrei Cherny, who is running for the U.S. House of Representatives in CD 9. Immigration, education, energy and the economy are all up at bat.