The Wilenchik & Bartness Building
6-6-12 Ben Quayle and David Schweikert
U.S. Representatives Ben Quayle and David Schweikert talk about their unexpected campaign against each other. Also, both give their thoughts on the Fast and Furious scandal.
4-3-13 Tom Horne on Bisbee Civil Unions, Arizona Teenage Republicans
Jack talks to Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne about his position on the Bisbee civil union ordinance, which he says violates Arizona law but is neither right or wrong and could be changed to be legal. Also, Jack talks to the Arizona Teenage Republicans about their views on the big issues, including gay marriage. State Senator Nancy Barto also drops by in the third segment to talk about the changing face of the Republican party.
4/13/2011 – Guest, Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Dennis and Jack sit down with Sheriff Joe Arpaio and talk about some of the latest county news. Vamos Jose!
1-18-11 – State Treasurer Doug Ducey
Dennis talks to State Treasurer Doug Ducey about the Governor’s proposal to buy back the capitol buildings before the 100 year anniversary of the state, weighs in on the temporary sales tax, and discusses whether tax loopholes are costing the state.
9-5-12 Attorney General Tom Horne on Dennis and Jack Wilenchik’s “Legal-ease”
Fresh from being “Governor for the week,” Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne stops by the studio to talk about the good work that the Attorney General’s Office has been doing, combating consumer fraud and fending off lawsuits by the Obama administration.
6-29-11 – Gay Marriage
Gay marriage is legalized in the state of New York–is Arizona going to follow? Guests Sam Castaneda-Holdren and Lawrence Robinson for Equality Arizona; Kathy Young for Human Rights Campaign Arizona; and Jim Campbell from the Alliance Defense Fund.
4-11-12 AG Tom Horne, Phoenix PD on Trayvon Martin
Attorney General Tom Horne, Jeff Jameson of the Scottsdale Human Relations Commission, Phoenix defense attorney Marc J. Victor, and Officers James R. Holmes and Brian Kornegay from Phoenix Police Department weigh in on Arizona’s version of the “Stand Your Ground” statute and discuss the Trayvon Martin case in Florida.
9-12-12 Florence Mining Debate
12-21-11 Redistricting Commissioner Richard Stertz
Jack interviews a member of the redistricting panel Richard Stertz as well as Robert Richie, Executive Director of Fairvote.org.
10-12-11 – Guest, Governor Jan Brewer
The Governor’s trade delegation returns from China–Governor Brewer and Glenn Hamer from the Arizona Chamber of Commerce talk about their impressions.
4-10-13 Eddie Farnsworth, Chester Crandell, Kolby Granville
Seg. one – Rep. Eddie Farnsworth on H.B. 2327, a law to ban ingredients used to make designer drugs such as “spice” or “bath salts.”
Seg. two – Jack and producer Robert Baumbach on why nobody in the legislature wants to talk about gun control.
Seg. three – Senator Chester Crandell about SB 1439, a bill to make silver and gold legal tender in Arizona.
Seg. four – Tempe Councilman Kolby Granville on the Bisbee civil union ordinance and whether Tempe may pass a similar ordinance.
4-24-13 Senator Al Melvin, Tom Buschatzke, Gary Wockner
For the first half – Senator Al Melvin, who recently announced that he is running for Governor, talks about issues facing the state, from AHCCCS to the strain on the Colorado River.
For the second half – Gary Wockner, from savethecolorado.org, and Tom Buschatzke, from the Arizona Department of Water Resources, join the show to talk about the “endangered” Colorado River.
3/2/2011 – Sweat Lodge Trial Begins
First show! U.S. Supreme Court rules corporations don’t have privacy rights (Skinner v. Switzer); sweat lodge trial begins; girl loses suit for emotional distress after being forced to watch Brokeback Mountain.
1-4-12 Elder Abuse with Tom Horne
Dennis Wilenchik talks to State Attorney General Tom Horne as well as the local head of the AARP David Mitchell and elder rights attorney Jim Fassold about problems with elderly abuse, exploitation and neglect.
8-1-12 Martha McSally
Guest Martha McSally, who is running for Gabriel Giffords’s former seat in Tucson / CD #2, is the first woman combat fighter pilot. She fought the military on its policy that service women should have to wear Muslim garb in Saudi Arabia and won. She was also John Kyl’s advisor on terrorism and defense, has two master’s degrees and is a tri-athlete.