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January 10, 2020 37 min
Jimmy talks about the Colorado Legislator getting back in session, and he talks Iran and more.
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Dr. Tom Hecker makes his weekly appearance
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January 3, 2020 6 min
News talk 600
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Brian Kolfage
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Dr. Tom Hecker for a Medical Monday, and he talks about his trip to Africa.
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Doug Wead
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Jimmy Lakey talks Impeachment, and Jeff Hays makes his weekly visit.
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Jimmy LAkey talks about impeachment, Greta thunberg, and the UNC Bear's hire Ed McCaffrey
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Jimmy talks impeachment and takes calls.
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Andy Mangione and Megan Barth
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Joel Gilbert and to Robert SPencer from Jihad watch.
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James Golden “Bo Snerdley” from the Rush Limbaugh Program and Jenny Beth Martin talk to Jimmy.
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Jimmy talks about who the saudi arabian's really are, and more
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Steve Green and Andy Mangione
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Jeff Hays and Sheriff Steve Reams.
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Robert Blaha, and he talks to Raheel Raza
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Jimmy Lakey talks about impeachment and he also talks the Christmas Holiday.
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Doug Lamborn about his speech during the Impeachment Hearings
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Jimmy Lakey talks to Brian Maloney
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Jimmy talks about the impeachment of Donald Trump and he chats with Jenny Beth Martin about it as well.
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