Jimmy begins Hour Two by talking with Corey DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCory) about the debate to reopen schools and what school closures should mean for school choice.
Then, music industry veteran Jeff Krump returns for a special "Music with Krump" segment paying tribute to the late, great Charlie Daniels, who passed away on Monday.
In Hour One, Jimmy discusses the apparent "Great Constitutional Awakening" among the Democrats - or is it really? - plus the mask mandate that the Tri-County Health Department is moving forward with.
Then, he replays his Jimmy at the Crossroads interview with Keith Nobles (@AuthorNobles), a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and author of Our Dogs Did Not Bark, about the Supreme Court's McGirt v Oklahoma decision regardingin Indian Land in Oklahoma...
In Hour Three, Jimmy shares part of an interview with Minneapolis radio host Roshini Rajkumar from his webshow, Jimmy at the Crossroads, about the latest on a measure that just got on the ballot in the city to defund the police.
Later, Jimmy reads the Declaration of Independence in its entirety and talks about the profound historical significance of our nation's founding document.
Jimmy begins Hour Two by sharing his interview with Dr. Richard K. Vedder, Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Economics at Ohio University and founding director of the Center on College Affordability and Productivity, about the real reasons higher education costs have been skyrocketing. (Click here to watch the full interview.)
Next, Jimmy talks with Zach Boren of the Urban Institute about the growing movement for apprenticeships, the opportunities they provide, and more.
Jimmy shares his wide-ranging interview with Washington Examiner senior political analyst Michael Barone from Jimmy's webshow, Jimmy at the Crossroads. They discuss the "religion of woke anti-racism," the challenge of COVID-19, the historic nature of the upcoming Republican and Democratic National Conventions, and how the November elections are shaping up.
Jimmy interviews Dr. Jonathan White, PhD - Associate Professor of American Studies at Christopher Newport University & Senior Fellow at the Center for American Studies on Statues, What's going on in across the US, more on the History of Independence Day,...
Jimmy Sengenberger, filling in for Steffan Tubbs, talks about Independence Day (not the Fourth of July), BLM and defunding the Police, Frederick Douglas' "What to the Slave, is the Fourth of July) Address voiced by James Earl Jones, and more!
Hour Three begins with Dr. Dennis Deruelle, M.D. (@Drderuelle), physician, practicing hospitalist, and author of Your Healthcare Playbook: Winning the Game of Modern Medicine. They discuss the latest "spikes" in COVID-19 cases across the country, what po...