The Vicki McKenna Show

The Vicki McKenna Show

The Voice of Reason in a city of chaos. Weekdays 3-6 p.m. on 1310 WIBA Madison

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July 26, 2021 106 min
On today's show...state Rep. Janel Brandtjen [R - Menomonee Falls] has more on her recent press release calling for a full forensic audit of Wisconsin's 2020 election; editor-in-chief of UncoverDC, Tracy Beanz, updates us on other election audits around the country; Jed Babbin, former U.S. deputy undersecretary of defense, talks about his recent articles regarding the U.S./Mexico border crisis; Grover Norquist, founder a...
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From Friday, July 23, 2021...Judge Jim Troupis explains why, even if fraud is found, the results of the 2020 presidential election will not change and why an audit is important regardless.
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On today's show...Dr. Duke Pesta, from UW-Oshkosh, FreedomProject Academy/FreedomProject Media, talks about the damnation of masculinity in current culture; president and chairman of Wisconsin Carry, Inc., Nik Clark, discusses Biden's gun-related comments from yesterday's town hall; Seton Motley, president of Less Government, discusses weaponizing Section 230; manager of the Election Law Reform Initiative and senior ...
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On today's show...Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, cardiac surgeon, immunologist, medical ethicist and public policy advocate, talks about the COVID-19 Delta variant. Kevin McGary talks about his new organization Every Black Life Matters. David Johnson, CEO of Strategic Vision PR Group, discusses the filibuster and the Democratic agenda. Author Wesley J. Smith, chair and senior fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center for Human ...
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Dr. Hooman Noorchashm, cardiac surgeon, immunologist, medical ethicist and public policy advocate, talks about the Delta variant, vaccines and #screenB4vaccine.
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On today's show...U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson talks about COVID-19 and gain of function research. Wisconsin Right Now editors, Jessica McBride and Jim Piwowarczky, have the details on the Waters Street shooting that took place following the Bucks' victory. Wisconsin state Rep. Timothy Ramthun [Dist. 5] expands on his recent press release call for a full forensic audit. Author John Lott, president of Crime Prevention Research C...
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On today's show...Robert L. Woodson, Sr., founder and president of the Woodson Center and civil rights activist talks CRT, socialism, the nuclear family and BLM. Burlington School Board member, Taylor Wishau, talks school boards, CRT and DPI's curriculum control. U.S. Rep. Scott Fitzgerald [Dist. 5] updates us on the situation at the U.S./Mexico border. Deputy Council Dan Lennington, from the Wisconsin Institute for Law ...
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July 19, 2021 105 min
On today's show...Bonner Cohen, senior fellow at The National Center for Public Policy, explains why the Biden Administration is trying to put high-density housing in suburbia. Executive vice president of government relations for Wisconsin Manufactures and Commerce, Scott Manley, breaks apart the nation that there are no GOOD jobs available. Government relations director at Federation for American Reform, RJ Hauman, talks abo...
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On today's show...investigative reporters Jessica McBride and Jim Piwowarczyk talk schools, CRT and Wisconsin Right Now's most recent story, "Parent Says Slinger School District Trains Subs To Treat Kids Differently by Race." U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson discusses what it's like being declared an enemy of the people for asking questions that the powers-that-be don't seem keen to answer. U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman [...
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On today's show...Tracy Beanz, editor in chieft at UncoverDC.com takes us through the Maricopa County audit results; former Gov. Scott Walker talks voting integrity measures and what's going on in Texas; executive director of Empower Wisconsin and Wisconsin Spotlight, Matt Kittle, discusses the latest Empower Wisconsin story "Election red flags surround Dem 'voter data juggernaut';" and retired Judge Jim ...
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On today's show...ret. Sheriff David Clarke talks about the Wisconsin GOP and press releases (or lack thereof). Bonner Cohen, senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, explains environmental justice. founder and president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, Reggie Littlejohn, talks vaccine passports and social credit systems. Author Julie Kelly, from American Greatness, has the latest update on th...
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On today's show...Elmbrook School parent, Wendy Dorn - a longtime information source for the show - finally makes her debut on air to talk about recent discoveries about graphic sexual content in school libraries. Ken Cuccinelli, former acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, discusses voter integrity measures across the U.S. The CEO of Right Forge, Martin Avila, talks about the reported plan of the Biden Administration...
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On today's show...Rick Esenberg, president and general council of Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, talks WILL's recent lawsuit against the Milwaukee Public Schools' union leave policy. Wesley J. Smith, senior fellow at the Discovery Institute's Center for Human Exceptionalism, breaks down his latest article at National Review, "Vermont's Proposed Reproductive Anarchy Constitutional Amendment."...
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On today's episode...Wisconsin Right Now editors Jessica McBride and Jim Piwowarczyk give us the scoop on Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales reinstatement; Marc Morano, founder of ClimateDepot.com, talks Biden's Build Back Better Plan; Robert Rector, research fellow at The Heritage Foundation who focuses on poverty issues, discusses how the removal of the father from a household creates a majority of today's probl...
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On today's show...U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson talks trigger warnings and hit pieces; president of MacIver Institute, Brett Healy, talks the many vetos of Gov. Tony Evers; wandering co-host Brian Schimming appears to discuss Madison, State Street and the Republican Party; Kevin Nicholson, president and CEO of No Better Friend Corp., talks CRT; and John Zmirak, author at The Stream (stream.org) talks violation of civil liberty and ...
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July 7, 2021 106 min
On today's show...Julie Kelly, political commentator and senior contributor to American Greatness, talks about what is going on with those arrested after the Capitol protest; ret. Milwaukee police detective Steve Spingola unpacks the reasons for the surge in violence; author Jay Richards discusses the Biden Administration's reaction to COVID-19 variants; Mike Gonzalez, senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation talks Criti...
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It's the 6 month anniversary of the "insurrection" at the Capitol and on today's show....Dr. Duke Pesta, from UW - Oshkosh and FreedomProject Media/FreedomProject Academy, talks about sexuality in Common Core; founder of Gateway Pundit, Jim Hoft, has the name of the Capitol police officer who shot Ashley Babbit; Seton Motley, president of Less Government, discusses Facebook's new policing policy; Dr. Vladimir...
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On today’s show, Brett Healy, president of MacIver Institute, discusses Gov. Evers and the Wisconsin budget. Retired Judge Jim Troupis breaks down the problems with the ongoing arrests from the Jan. 6th protest. Mike Koval, retired Madison police chief, talks crime and what happens to the victim when you don’t arrest the criminals – especially repeat offenders. Dr. Nicole Hemkes from Advocate DPC, explains what direct primary ca...
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On today's show, the final interview segment with former Pfizer vice president and chief scientist, Dr. Michael Yeadon, kicks off the show, followed by political activist, Eric O'Keefe, who discusses government use of Big Tech to spy on citizens dissenting from the ideal trumpeted by the elite. Matt Kittle, executive director of Empower Wisconsin and Wisconsin Spotlight, talks CRT, teachers, parents and Gov. Evers' vet...
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Dr. Michael Yeadon's three part interview on COVID-19, its vaccine, and its treatments. Original airdates: 6/29/2021 through 7/1/2021.
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