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.
4-3-13 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.
3-6-13 Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny, “Crowdfunding” Lawyer Mark Svjeda
Jack talks to Chandler Mayor Jay Tibshraeny about General Motors’s announcement that it is locating a major facility in Chandler’s Price Corridor. Also, “crowdfunding” lawyer Mark Svejda explains what “crowdfunding” is, why it’s the next big thing on the Internet, and how (of course) the law will be involved.
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.
2-20-13 Dennis Miller, Justin Johnson
Jack Wilenchik interviews Phoenix City Council candidate Justin Johnson, former Mayor Paul Johnson’s son. Also, Dennis and Jack Wilenchik interview comedian Dennis Miller (who also has a show airing on KFNX–check it out) in the last segment.
2-13-13 IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson
Death and taxes! Jack talks to IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson about new innovations in filing taxes (did you know there is a new IRS smartphone app?) and commonly made mistakes.
2-6-13 James Kuntsler
Jack talks to James Kuntsler, author of the bestseller “The Long Emergency,” about his new followup book, entitled “Too Much Magic: Wishful Thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation.”
1-9-13 Safer Schools, Safer Communities Initiative
Arizona House minority leader Chad Campbell (Dem., LD-14) talks about his new proposal for safer schools and tighter gun regulations, named “Safer Schools, Safer Communities.” Officer Kevin Quinn, President of the National Association of School Resource Officers, and Andrew Morrill, President of the Arizona Education Association, weigh in on Mr. Campbell’s proposal, as well as the NRA’s proposal, backed by the Arizona Attorney General and others, to arm school personnel. (In short, they think it is a very, very bad idea.)
1-2-13 Dean Douglas Sylvester
Jack talks to Dean Doug Sylvester of the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law about the new “North American” degree for law students who want to practice in both Canada and the US. Also, about the school’s upcoming move to a new building under construction in downtown Phoenix (which, he assures us, will fully incorporate all the advances in bathroom technology of the last 30 years).
12-12-12 Top Phoenix Entrepeneurs under 35
Jack talks to the top Phoenix entrepeneurs under 35 years old – Dallin Harris, founder of Skyhook Internet Marketing; Josh Sauter, from Staffing First; Jeff Kunowski, founder of Illumin8 Outdoor Media; Susanna Young, founder of G3Box; Donovan Reese of Renters Warehouse Arizona; Tim Gunnink, founder of GDC Real Estate; and Sidnee Peck, Director of Entrepeneurial Initiatives at ASU’s WP Carey School of Business.