11-28-12 Jim Lundy, Al Melvin, Tom Forese

Politicians talk all day long about bringing more business to Arizona – but who is out there actually making it happen? Jim Lundy, Chairman of the Board at the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and CEO at Alliance Bank, talks about what he and the GPEC are doing to actually get business to make the move, while State Senator Al Melvin and Rep. Tom Forese discuss about what state government is doing to make sure that we beat the pants off Texas.

11-21-12 Bill Montgomery

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery stops by the studio to talk about the legality of medical marijuana and his leadership at the county attorney’s office.

11-14-12 John Huppenthal

Arizona State School Superintendent John Huppenthal stops by to talk about the bittersweet failure of Proposition 204 (to make the 1-cent school tax permanent).

11-10-12 Glenn Hamer, Tom Jenney, Andy Tobin, Byron Schlomach

Jalk talks to President of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce Glenn Hamer, Director of Americans for Propsperity in Arizona Tom Jenney, Goldwater Institute Economist Byron Schlomach, and Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives Andy Tobin about the election results.

10-31-12 Bob Burns, Susan Bitter-Smith, and Augustine “Auggie” Bartning

Dennis and Jack talk to Augustine “Auggie” Bartning who is running for state Senate in LD-24 in segment one. For segments two, three, and four – Bob Burns and Susan Bitter-Smith, who are on the Republican ticket for the Arizona Corporation Commission.

10-24-12 Paul Penzone, Sarah Coleman, Dan Coleman and Paul Boyer

Jack interviews Paul Penzone, who is running for Maricopa County Sheriff, in segment one. In segments two and three – Sarah and Dan Coleman, the husband and wife team running for State Senate and House in LD-27. And in segment four – Paul Boyer, candidate for State House in LD-20.

10-10-12 Jim Waring, Prop 115

Dennis, Jack and (special guest) Caitlin Wilenchik talk to Jojene Mills of “Stop Prop 115,” who thinks that if the process for selecting judges ain’t broke, don’t fix it. For the second half of the show, an interview with Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring.

10-3-12 David Ortega

Jack Wilenchik interviews David Ortega, who is running for the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors.

9-26-12 Gerald Celente, Kyrsten Sinema and Prop 115

Jack Wilenchik talks to Gerald Celente of the Trends Research Institute, a modern-day “Nostradamus,” about who’s going to win the election, whether the Arab Spring is a sign of World War III, when the recession will end and everything else under the sun. In segment three, Jack talks to Cathi Herrod from the Center for Arizona Policy about Prop 115 (judicial merit selection selection). And in the final segment, Kyrsten Sinema, who is running for Congress in CD 9, talks about who she really is and what she believes in.

9-19-12 Grant Woods on Dennis and Jack Wilenchik’s “Legal-ease”

Former Arizona Attorney General Grant Woods comes on the show to talk about the race for President and what it’s like to be a Goldwater Republican in today’s Republican Party.