Category Archives: Podcast

July 8, 2016 – Matt Redman, Gary Keihne for Congress

Matt Redman joins us to talk about his upcoming concert at University City Church, Song Writing and Worship.

Then it’s a sponsor interview with Sunlighting on Broadway and their ceiling fan sale.

Then we talk with Gary Keihne who is running for Congress in Arizona’s District 1. We talk about his plan to turn Federal Lands over to the states and how that could help balance the national budget as well as provide more money for education in Arizona. We also discussed Obamacare, EPA regulations, energy and how that all relates to water in our state.


July 7, 2016 – Oro Valley Town Manager, Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy

Interim Oro Valley Town Manager Danny Sharp talks about his new role in OV Government and explains what the town manager responsibilities are and the interaction between his office and the town council.

Then Clinical Psychologist Dr. Eva Maldonado joins us to talk about the harm marijuana use causes to the brain, especially on developing brains of teenagers, and why legalizing marijuana in Arizona is a bad idea.


July 6, 2016 – Code Blue Plumbing, Pima County Deputy Sheriff’s Association

Bernadette and John Gruber, owners of Code Blue Plumbing, join us for a sponsor interview. They answer listener questions and Mike’s questions about plumbing problems and issues.

Then it’s Pima County Deputy Sheriff’s Association President Kevin Kubitsky joins us to talk about a modest raise for Pima County Deputies that was offset by an increase in insurance premiums.


July 1, 2016 – Gun Sales at the TCC, Richard Hernandez

Charles Heller discusses why he thinks the proposal to ban the selling of almost all types of guns at the Tucson Convention Center would violate state law if the city council decides to adopt a proposal by council members Steve Kosachik and Karen Ulich.

Then Richard Hernandez discusses his failed attempt to gather enough valid signatures in his race for Pima County Supervisor and why he feels a judge treated him unfairly.