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Purplish is CPR News' podcast about state politics, state government, Colorado policy, and political identity. In a new special season, the team is diving deep into redistricting -- how Colorado's political lines are being redrawn, what will change, and who benefits. Hosted by public affairs reporters Caitlyn Kim, Bente Birkeland and Andrew Kenney.
 
As India navigates its way through the 21st-century, it confronts crucial challenges. Tune into India Speak, the podcast by the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), as experts shed light on some of the most important issues of our times and how India can address them. These issues include politics, climate change, governance, foreign policy, technology, state capacity, urbanisation, land rights, sanitation, economy and more.
 
Tahoe is a jewel in the Sierra Nevada, but climate change threatens to transform the region by the century’s end. CapRadio’s Ezra David Romero explores this petri dish for scientific research to see how Tahoe can help us confront the global climate crisis.
 
"Kevin Kietzman Has Issues" is filled with sports and political commentary hosted by the award winning and nationally acclaimed talk show host for which the show is named. Kevin regularly has guests that include athletes, politicians, broadcasters and more. If you're exhausted by group think , corporate speech and political correctness ... bang the play button for a pick me up!
 
Hosts Owen Arnoff and Randy Roth promise a lively, informational, and entertaining program. They will discuss how you can save money on taxes, protect your assets and avoid the costly mistakes that many people make during their lifetime. Whether you are a business owner, real estate investor, have IRS problems or just want to learn how to stay ahead of the constantly changing tax code, Tax$ense is for you.
 
For the latest and greatest in medicine, tune into PRN Health's radio network. With the success of Doctors Need to Know, CPR series and The AMWA Hour, join us as we expand our network to wPRN: Women Physicians Radio Network. If you want to hear about all the top news, topics and concerns affecting women in medicine, don't miss this launch of wPRN! Be the first to know! Join us for an evening chat on work, life and sisterhood! Tune in every Wednesday evening with the leading ladies of health. ...
 
Hosted by Richard Bacon and Kristin Smith, Top 30 covers the day’s top stories you need to know. From the biggest headlines across the world stage to the incredible tales taking place in small towns across America’s heartland, from the latest in tech, sports, entertainment and business, to the viral videos your friends will all be talking about, Top 30 delivers it in bite-size news nuggets that are easy to consume. New episodes are posted everyday, filled to the brim with stories that will i ...
 
Doctor Prepper's C.P.R. Talk Show is the premier Internet source for information related to Prepping, Individual and Family Preparedness, Self-Reliance, Micro, Urban, Suburban, and Ex-Urban Homesteading, and Survivalist. Whether you're an apartment dweller, urbanite, suburbanite, or ex-urbanite, Doctor Prepper interviews experienced, professional, and expert guests to inform, advise, enrich, and entertain you as you prepare for the uncertain future! Given the state of the Nation's financial ...
 
"Connect the Dots" with Rob Verchick launches engaging, accessible discussions with top policy experts, helping listeners "connect the dots" between issues in their communities and new developments in climate change, environmental protection, worker and consumer safety, and social equality. CPR (the Center for Progressive Reform) is a nonprofit policy center helping to build thriving communities, safe workplaces, and a resilient planet. Rob Verchick teaches at Loyola University New Orleans C ...
 
Community Party Radio Show is hosted by author and political activist David Samuels, author of the book False Choice: The Bipartisan Attack on the Working Class, the Poor and Communities of Color. Pick up your copy of the book on Amazon. Community Party Radio Show airs Tuesday nights at 8p est / 7p cst /5p pst and our new time on Wednesday nights at 7p est / 6p cst /4p pst on www.SoMetroRadio.com. You can also hear the show on the iRadio station SoMetro Talk that is available on apps like Tu ...
 
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Spencer Kietzman brings on 24/7 Sports' Riley Gates for their friday segment, talking lots of football. The Chiefs can re-establish their dominance in the AFC West. Will Howard has the biggest opportunity he's had as KSU's young QB leads the Wildcats into Stillwater. MU is at Boston College, who runs the ball well, which could be trouble for Missou…
 
What's next for public health in Douglas County now that it's decided to form its own health department. Then, the story of Dr. Charles Blackwood, the scholarship in his name to diversify medicine, and the reason his historic home was bulldozed. Also, researching how water moves through the mountains. And the Style Crone's fight against ageism.…
 
If you love America, you will love the Ryder Cup this weekend. If you don't follow golf or even like it that much, we have a short course on why this matters so much as we celebrate an event that is about American pride and patriotism. This week, the Chiefs are not in first place for the first time in years. Years. Sunday, believe it or not, their …
 
By Chris Nichols Reports about vaccinated Americans catching COVID-19 are energizing vaccine skeptics and leading to more misinformation about efficacy and breakthrough cases. CapRadio’s PolitiFact California Reporter Chris Nichols examined the facts about breakthrough infections in this week’s Can You Handle The Truth. Nichols sat down and spoke w…
 
Congress is divided over the federal budget and it could shut down the federal government by the end of next week. Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Denver, weighs in on that, and the pandemic’s impact on children. Then, an update on Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters. And, the history of the Santa Fe Trail. Plus, in-person entertainment is back, so what’s the risk…
 
Quite a football conversation with Lee Sterling before he gives us his picks this week. We talk about the surprisingly good start for Kansas State, a messy Chiefs defense and an AFC that suddenly looks like it has all kinds of contenders. Then we get the college and pro picks against the spread from www.paramountsports.com including the Chiefs, Tig…
 
An overview of the end to California’s eviction moratorium. Sacramento restaurateurs discuss navigating the ever-changing scene amid the COVID pandemic. And a benefit show in honor of the Folsom Marine severely injured in Kabul during suicide bombings in the final days of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Today's Guests CapRadio’s Race and Equi…
 
The White House is making comments about the conduct of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson that are appalling and arrogant and prove one thing. The operatives behind Joe Biden believe they are in charge of the whole world. Two Afghan refugees we "saved" have committed horrific crimes at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. One is accused of raping girls under the…
 
Like a stretched-out panic attack. That's how Obed Manuel describes witnessing his father's months-long battle with COVID-19. Obed, an editor at CPR, reflects on loss and his mother's tacos, a symbol of his parents' love. Then, as summer turns to fall, what's the seasonal weather outlook? And the underappreciated Gambel oak as colors change.…
 
Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones discusses his decision to retire. A California bill, awaiting the governor’s signature, could alter Amazon’s labor practices. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care discusses caring for wildlife injured during wildfires, as well as evacuating during the Caldor Fire. Finally, an interview with Kate Washington, author of ‘Already T…
 
Barack Obama famously said you can never underestimate Joe Biden's ability to "F" things up. Well, he's right as Biden has completely ticked off the liberal media. His own friendly reporters have filed a formal objection. Senator Ron Johnson wants to know how many illegals we are sending back to where they came from and he's really hot. We have the…
 
Now that the Bureau of Land Management headquarters is moving back to Washington, D.C., what does that mean for Grand Junction? Then, a new play, "Sojourners Project: Busing," explores the legacy across generations of Denver’s policy to bus school children. Plus, the sheepdog trials take over Meeker. And the Branson football team's field of dreams.…
 
An update on dozens of Sacramento-area Afghan students stranded under Taliban control. An investigation into CalFire training deaths as the heat intensifies. A warning of the recent wave of lawyers reaching out to wildfire victims. And Capital Stage’s show ‘Hold These Truths’ detailing the true story of a Japanese American defying internment during…
 
We have rooted all summer for Salvador Perez to stay healthy and keep hitting bombs and now he's the single season home run record holder for a catcher with 46. Johnny Bench has congratulated and Salvy has thanked God. Now he sets his sights on three or four attainable marks. Andy Reid said something a day after the Chiefs defense was abused by the…
 
Lolita Buckner Innis is the first Black dean of the University of Colorado law school, and only the second woman in the role. Then, a co-founder of Meow Wolf, Caity Kennedy, discusses the creative vision behind the multi-story art playground in Denver. Plus, turning a power plant into a battery in Hayden. And navigating climate change behavior thro…
 
California is seeing lower case rates of COVID-19; we’ll get a sense of why we’re seeing low numbers and what’s going on with booster shots. We also get a glimpse of the recent CA Legislative Session and what bills await a signature or veto from the governor. Finally, we hear from the Department of Community Response Director and how her experience…
 
The Chiefs blew an 11 point lead in the 4th quarter to fall to the Ravens 36-35 in a thriller Sunday night and there's plenty of blame to go around. But there is no bigger problem for KC than a super soft defense that allowed 251 rushing yards. Stan Weber tells us this has to change. The AFC West is home to the only undefeated teams in the AFC... t…
 
24/7 Sports' Riley Gates is back on talking all things football. Spencer Kietzman thinks the NFL has brought back it's fans from the far-right, who tuned out last season. The Chiefs face their first road test in Baltimore on Sunday night. Mahomes has not lost to the Ravens, and that shouldn't change. K-State is facing an uphill battle without Skyla…
 
Governor Jared Polis married First Gentleman Marlon Reis this week. We look back on the fight for marriage equality in what used to be called "The Hate State" with Mark Ferrandino. Then, we update Fort Lewis College's reckoning. Meow Wolf includes a nod to once-iconic venues in metro-Denver. Also, an ozone garden and songs in the face of climate ch…
 
As most people know by now, Gavin Newsom gets to keep his job. He’ll stay on as California’s governor, surviving the special recall election with an almost 2-to-1 margin. Will it change how he governs the Golden State in any way? Do Republicans have a future in leadership here? And what did we miss while we were all paying attention to this off-yea…
 
Everything you need to know about the Chiefs vs. Ravens is right here. First, we take a look at how Patrick Mahomes gets motivated for each game. Spoiler alert.... last year's Ravens game tells us what we need to know. Then we hear from Frank Boal on how the Chiefs keep hitting big plays out of nowhere and Stan Weber on whether the Chiefs can impro…
 
A new Climate Conservation Corps will work to prevent wildfires, help the state to adapt to climate change and protect public land. It could be a model for the nation. Then, Colorado's AG on excessive force and biased policing in Aurora. And, solutions for rural Colorado’s housing shortage. Plus, a film follows a military family’s struggles with PT…
 
With the recall election behind us, we look ahead to the 2022 gubernatorial race and midterm elections. We also get a preview of the Farm-to-Fork Festival this weekend and an update on the local economy. Plus, we hear from local musicians about how they met and created their group Solabel. Today's Guests Democratic strategist Robin Swanson and Repu…
 
22 year old Independence police officer Blaize Madrid-Evans has lost his life after a shootout with a violent criminal that had just been released from jail. Blaize had only been on the job for 2 months and the criminal had only been out of jail two weeks. How is this possible? Joe Biden can't remember the name of Australian Prime Minister Scott Mo…
 
Grief is all around us-- exacerbated by the pandemic. What does that look like for children? Then, a listener photo prompts the question: can murder hornets live in Colorado? Plus, Colorado Springs' Conejos neighborhood is gone, but not forgotten. Also, Pueblo considers nuclear. And what to do about abandoned mines and wells in Colorado.…
 
Gov. Gavin Newsom defeats the recall election. CapRadio Political Reporter Nicole Nixon shares last night’s victory speech, Republican political consultant Luis Alvarado expands on what’s next. Political Data Inc. breaks down the ballot returns. USC Center for Inclusive Democracy explains voter engagement. And longtime political journalist Ken Rudi…
 
As we've watched the FBI, CIA and most of DC go woke and move left, it was hard to imagine our military brass would ever lose sight of America first. But it has happened, if a new report is true. Can you even imagine the highest ranking military official calling China behind the President's back? We have a huge problem with Mark Milley. Liberal com…
 
A new charter school in Towaoc puts Ute Mountain Ute language and culture at the center of students’ education. Then, the debate over racism and inclusion in the St. Vrain Valley school district. And, a research project moves forward exploring the concept of basic income. Plus, Telluride's housing and labor shortage.…
 
Seven weeks ago, Dayton Moore appeared on Kevin Kietzman Has Issues and we talked about him stepping away from his duties as General Manager and becoming team president. While nobody else in the media wanted to discuss this, Dayton didn't shy away and told us he'd do whatever Chairman John Sherman wants. Today is the day Moore moves to President an…
 
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