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November 2021

Jeff Kurkjian

By Music No Comments

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Why Jeff Avoids Controversial Topics
  • What’s Viral in Vegas
  • Gary’s Twenty Two Minute Live Interview With Walker Hayes
  • How Jeff Met His Finacée on Tinder
  • The Story Jeff Told Ashley McBryde
  • Why Anybody Can Do A Podcast
  • Jeff Was Born With a Cleft Palate, The Struggles He Faces Because Of It
  • Problems With Health Insurance


“Well, I think the reality of the situation is that he was fired and that there were investigations coming down.” ~Jeff Kurkjian

“She was my first ever match on a dating app and now we’re engaged.”~Jeff Kurkjian

“If I have four minutes with Kelsea Ballerini before her new song comes out that’s ‘cause she’s doing four minutes with every radio station across the country.”~Jeff Kurkjian

“An insurance company told him, ‘Well, we don’t know if you’re sick enough yet to be getting this certain treatment.’”~Jeff Kurkjian

Guest’s Bio:

Jeff hosts “Jeff & Aimee In The Morning” on 102.7 Coyote Country in Las Vegas! Born in Dallas, raised in Maryland and a proud Syracuse University graduate, Jeff has dedicated his life to radio.

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Instagram @jpkurkjian

Assemblyman Jon Bramnick

By Politics, Uncategorized No Comments

Main Topics:

  • Jon Bramnick’s Thoughts On Donald Trump
  • Why Controversy Sells and Why Networks Always Like To Show Extremists
  • If You Want a Voice, Become a Politician
  • Inside and Behind the Writings of Jon Bramnick’s Book “Why People Don’t Like You”


“Local politics are boring and it doesn’t sell, what sells is being controversial.” – Jon Bramnick

“If you want a voice in our society, I don’t care how rich you are or how famous you are, politicians have the voice.” – Jon Bramnick

“I think the Republican party knows that they don’t want the baggage of Donald Trump.” – Jon Bramnick

“Most of the time you’re voting against somebody instead of voting for somebody.” – Jon Bramnick

“Unless you’re part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.” – Jon Bramnick

“What I did was, I came up with two hundred reasons I don’t like you and each page has a different reason and it has a drawing by my wife.” – Jon Bramnick

Guest’s Bio:

Assemblyman Jon M. Bramnick is an experienced lawyer, professor, and dedicated public servant for the counties in New Jersey’s 21st district. Assemblyman Bramnick was elected by his colleagues in November 2015 to serve his third term as the Assembly Minority Leader, making him the highest-ranking member of the Republican Caucus in the Assembly.

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Julie Stevens

By Music, Uncategorized One Comment

Main Topics:

  • Why Julie Thinks Morgan Wallen Should Not Be Excluded From the CMA Awards
  • Julie’s Personal Experience With How the Media Twists the Truth and the Problem With Anonymous Quotations
  • Why Taylor Swift’s Management Called Julie
  • Tearing People Down For Money, The Dark Side of Hollywood
  • Why Julie Threatened To Sue Her Son’s School
  • The Significance of Choice
  • Indoctrination, Domestic Terrorists, and Hating the Government


“I hate the government with everything I’m about and I think everybody should.” – Julie Stevens

“The principal was so mad that they sent him out of the class and put him in the place where the janitor stored the old paint cans, that’s where he sat while the rest of the class watched the movie.” – Julie Stevens

“A guy made a mistake, he apologized for the mistake, he put his money where his mouth was, he gave $500,000 to the ACLU, and still they won’t let him be a part of things. I’m sorry, but I am so sick of this.” – Julie Stevens

“Taylor’s camp thinks that it was a hit piece…that the hedge fund somehow convinced billboard magazine to do a hit piece on Taylor Swift so that it would sort of tank the remakes.” – Julie Stevens

“My faith is that nothing matters more to God than your ability to choose.” – Julie Stevens

Guest’s Bio:

Mom, Program Director of 95.3 KRTY, Co-Host of KRTY Morning Show

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Seth David Radwell

By Author, Personal Growth, Politics No Comments

In This Episode:

  • What It’s Like Being The CEO of Major Brands Such As Proactive
  • Cancel Culture, Extremist Views, and Political Correctness
  • The Enlightenment and the Modernists Verses the Radicals
  • Why America Is a Beacon of Hope
  • Equality of Opportunity Versus Equality of Outcome
  • Rank Choice Voting and Changing Some Of The Ways We Do Elections 
  • Seth David Radwell’s Book “American Schism: How the Two Enlightenments Hold the Secret to Healing our Nation”


“At every age that there’s been communication, there’s been various uses of propaganda, misinformation, and shouting. It’s not very new.” – Seth David Radwell

“That cancel culture on the left is very dangerous and detrimental as much as I think some of the extreme Right is as well because we have to be able to express ourselves.” – Seth David Radwell 

There is a part of our media model, especially in digital media, is that whatever shouts the loudest, gets the most clicks, is what gets the attention.” – Seth David Radwell

“Twelve years is a long time, you should be able to become a good legislator in twelve years. If by then, if you can’t figure out how to legislate and develop some good policies in twelve years, you’re probably the wrong person for the job.” – Seth David Radwell
“Knowledge and certainty are actually contradictory.” – Seth David Radwell

Guest’s Bio:

SETH DAVID RADWELL is an internationally known business executive with a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude from Columbia University. He served as President of e-Scholastic, the digital arm of the global children’s publishing and education company, and as President of Bookspan/Bertelsmann, where he oversaw all editorial, marketing, media, and digital functions for iconic brands such as Book of the Month Club and developed book clubs for a diverse readership, including Black Expressions.

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