Chris DeSimone is waking up the community, shining a light on backroom politics and informing Tucson every morning. Tackling local issues in a no-nonsense manner, while still having a good time.
Highlights this week. Interviews may be abbreviated. For the date and hour podcast to hear more, see the note
0:00 GOP building blocks and what happened to the donor class (Nov 27, Hr 2)
8:52 Joe DeSimione on forces acting on publicly traded companies (Nov 27, Hr 3)
20:41 Babette McDonald and Jessica Moats with 88-CRIME (excerpt of full interview) (Nov 28, Hr 3)
29:51 Former FBI Agent Steve Friend on how the FBI retaliated against him for expressing concerns about a Jan 6 suspect investigation (excerpt of full hour interview in Hour 2) (Nov 28, Hr 2)
45:01 Marana Mayor Ed Honea on Gov. Hobbs’ sudden decision to close a state prison in Marana–no notice, no coordination (Nov 29, Hr 1)
56:43 Ken and Donna Cousino, excerpt of their discussion of their Honor Flight in November (Nov 29, Hr 3)
1:09:51 UA President Robbins addresses faulty senate about operating cash situation (Nov 30, Hr 1)
1:21:20 US Rep. David Schweikert on federal spending and citizen’s budgets (Nov 30, Hr 2)
1:29:37 US Rep. Andy Biggs on a bill he is sponsoring to regulate FISA warrants (Nov 30, Hr 3)
1:40:36 US Rep Juan Ciscomani on the border issue (excerpt of full discussion) (Dec 1, Hr 3)
1:52:08 First half of Mark’s “Deep Tracks” Christmas movies (Dec 1, Hr 2)
Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Horne
Pinal County Attorney Kent Volkmer with an update on fallout from Pinal County’s 2022 election issues.
Bill Buckmaster: Tucson’s most trusted voice for news and information
Guests include Tucson Fire Chief Chuck Ryan, Dylan Smith, editor/publisher TucsonSentinel.com and Matt Russell with Weekend Watch.
Law Matters mission is to carry out non-partisan research, education, and informational activities by opening the lines of communication through public media, and classroom settings between law enforcement, lawmakers, law litigators, and military personnel, whose goal of increasing awareness, serves to avoid illicit drug and criminal activities, preventing deterioration of neighborhoods.
Guests: Hal Kempfer and Mike Vigil
Studies show an increasing chasm of understanding between the civilian population and those who protect us at home and abroad. For over a decade, American Warrior Radio has helped to bridge that gap by telling the stories of our men & women in the military and first-responder communities.
Bruce Ash was a member of The Inside Track team with the great Emil Franzi for many years. Bruce has relaunched Inside Track to deliver real news, straight talk and great guests and callers in the same tradition to KVOI radio listeners in Southern Arizona.
Cherise Trump, Speech First; Betsy Brantner Smith, National Police Association
Katina Koller, Executive Coaching
“Too Jewish with Rabbi Sam Cohon and Friends”
Mike Rothschild, author of “Jewish Space Lasers: The Rothschilds and 200 Years of Conspiracy Theories”
A dramatic retelling of important moments in Tucson’s history, followed by insightful interviews with Tucsonans of all stripes.
In December 1970 a blaze erupted in a downtown landmark, resulting in a tragedy that still holds the distinction of an event that led to Tucson’s greatest loss of life, but it was one of Tucson Fires most heroic efforts.