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Here Comes the Sun - The Beatles, All Right Now - Free, It's Over - Roy Orbison, The Miracle - Queen, Papa Don't Preach - Madonna, Brand New Day - Sting
The Supreme Court issued its decision on Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization, upholding the Mississippi law restricting abortion after 15 weeks by a 6-3 margin, and overturning both Roe v. Wade and Casey v. Planned Parenthood as precedent for federal law. Erik Aadland adds his thoughts on the ruling, as his Congressional race in the primary for Colorado's 7th district draws near its conclusion on Tuesday.
Freeze-Frame - J. Geils Band, Bullet with Butterfly Wings - Smashing Pumpkins, Twilight Zone - Golden Earring, Shattered Dreams - Johnny Hates Jazz, Relax - Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Glorified G - Pearl Jam
Longtime GOP strategist and former Colorado Republican Party chair Dick Wadhams believes the millions of dollars in dark money from national Democrats is going to have an impact on Tuesday's primary races. Dan breaks down the magnitude and impact of the Supreme Court decision in the New York gun law case.
Dan rejoices at the Supreme Court's ruling upholding Second Amendment rights, overturning a New York state gun law restricting concealed carry permit rights for individual gun owners. A victory for freedom was of course a loss for the Left, as Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) and New York City mayor Eric Adams (D) both recoil at the decision and issue blistering statements objecting to the outcome.
The Waiting - Tom Petty, Right Now - Van Halen, Happy Birthday - Stevie Wonder, Anticipation - Carly Simon, I'd Love to Change the World - Ten Years After, Who Will Save Your Soul - Jewel
Dick Wadhams joins Dan to comment on the heavy early volume of Republican ballots being turned in prior to Tuesday's Colorado primary elections. Colorado GOP Chair Kristi Burton-Brown details some ballot issues going on in Pueblo, where of course there is a Democrat in charge of the elections. And predictably, Secretary of State Jena Griswold has done nothing to help remedy the situation.
Tim Reichert touts his experience as an economist who will fight for middle class Coloradans getting crushed by inflation and energy prices with Dan Caplis, heading down the stretch of a fiercely competitive primary race in the 7th Congressional District. Also, Dan asks callers what name we should commemorate the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court with, in their anticipated Friday decision.
Tim Reichert pushes his experience as an economist who will fight for middle class Coloradans getting crushed by inflation and energy prices with Dan, heading down the stretch of a fiercely competitive primary race in CO-7.
No One Is to Blame - Howard Jones, Handyman - Joan Jett, Pink Houses - John Mellencamp, True - Spandau Ballet, I'm a Believer - Neil Diamond, Fly - Sugar Ray
It's a done deal: Dan will be hosting the final gubernatorial debate between Heidi Ganahl and Greg Lopez live in-studio on Monday, for the entire 4pm hour. Heidi calls in to preview what will be the final pitch to voters for each candidate before the GOP nominations are decided on Tuesday, June 28th. Also, Laurel Imer faces off against two strong opponents (Erik Aadland, Tim Reichert) in the Republican primary and joins Dan to discuss the state of the race for Colorado's 7th Congressional District.
Most of the attention in the GOP nomination race for Secretary of State In Colorado has been focused on the legal troubles of Tina Peters and the alleged ties to 'Zucker Bucks' of Pam Anderson. Mike O'Donnell, a third candidate running in that race, makes his case to the voters now one week away from the June 28th primary. Also, Dan reflects on his conversations with U.S. Senate candidates Ron Hanks and Joe O'Dea from last Friday and addresses where he feels each man has fallen short with voters.
Telephone Line - Electric Light Orchestra, The Buck Stops Here - Redd Volkaert, Back in Time - Huey Lewis and the News, Time for Change - Mötley Crüe, Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses, Land of Confusion - Genesis
Joe O'Dea addresses the influx of millions being spent by Democratic dark money organizations in an effort to rally support for opponent Ron Hanks in the primary campaign. Dan also presses him on his abortion stance, asking Joe at what point he feels life begins. Callers respond with their thoughts on his answer regarding the life issue, and another discusses why she supports Ron Hanks and his claim that the Colorado Republican Party 'endorsed' him in the Senate race.
State Representative Ron Hanks stands by claims made by dark money ads from Democrat sources, telling Dan that he is in fact essentially endorsed by the Colorado Republican Party in his Senate primary race against Joe O'Dea by virtue of being the only candidate to emerge from the assembly process. Rep. Ken Buck (CO-4) also joins the show to criticize the partisanship of the January 6th committee and give his take on why national Democrats are so concerned about Colorado, spending money in a state most of them claim is solidly 'blue.'
Joe O'Dea addresses the influx of millions being spent by Democratic dark money organizations in an effort to rally support for opponent Ron Hanks in the primary campaign. Dan also presses him on his abortion stance, asking Joe at what point he feels life begins.
State Representative Ron Hanks stands by claims made by dark money ads from Democrat sources, telling Dan that he is in fact essentially endorsed by the Colorado Republican Party in his Senate primary race against Joe O'Dea by virtue of being the only candidate to emerge from the assembly process.
Slow Ride - Foghat, Start Me Up - Rolling Stones, Don't Give Up - Peter Gabriel with Kate Bush, I Can See for Miles - The Who, Hot in the City - Billy Idol, Jane - Jefferson Starship
Erik Aadland is going full throttle down the stretch run of his GOP primary campaign for Congress (CO-7) in a highly competitive race against Laurel Imer and Tim Reichert. He tells Dan Caplis why he's the most electable, unifying candidate. Also, after scurrilous accusations fly from a Democratic operative group alleging she worked as part of an escort service and had two abortions in the course of that tenure, Rep. Lauren Boebert (CO-3) is taking legal action against the Political Action Committee responsible for distributing that false information.
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