830AM-9AM

Kevin Miller speaks takes calls on the BLM, the Bundys, Donald Sterling, the NBA, and the First Amendment.  He's joined by Tony Senesko, Tea Party Bob, Terry from State College PA, and Aaron in Marsing.

8AM-830AM

Kevin Miller shares part 2 of his interview with Cliven Bundy.  Mr. Bundy wants the government to 'act like boy scouts, not policemen.'  He details how he believes the standoff should end, his safety concerns and his response to Harry Reid calling him a domestic terrorist.

730AM-8AM

Kevin Miller interviews a young lady named Athena who gives her insight into living with the militia.  She answers the critics of the Bundys concerning issues of race, money, and taxes.  Athena compares the Bundy situation to the Arab Spring in Egypt.

7AM-730AM

Kevin Miller speaks with Renee Powers from the Citizens Action Network.  Renee details her first hand experience with media bias in her opinion.  Kevin Miller asks her to expand her points and Renee looks at censorship.  She tells Kevin that he should not be fired for reporting the truth.

630AM-7AM

Kevin Miller speaks with Michael, a former marine who lives off the grid.  Michael tells Kevin Miller he is in Nevada to peacefully help end the situation between the Bundys and the BLM.

6AM-630AM

Kevin Miller shares part 2 of his interview with Cliven Bundy.  Mr. Bundy wants the government to 'act like boy scouts, not policemen.'  He details how he believes the standoff should end, his safety concerns and his response to Harry Reid calling him a domestic terrorist.

530AM-6AM

Kevin Miller speaks with Dave about local, state, and national issues.  The first issues they look at is the video of the police officer detaining a student at Franck Church School that has gone viral.

Kevin Miller then gives his preview of part 2 of his interview with Cliven Bundy.  Mr. Bundy answers his critics and Harry Reid.  Kevin Miller discusses the front page of the Las Vegas paper featuring Mr. Bundy defending out of state militias.

Kevin Miller and Dave look at the fallout of the NBA Donald Sterling decision.  They discuss the future of the first amendment and offensive speech.