Kevin Miller is joined by Romeo Gervais of the Boise Fire Department.  They go over fire safety and how to prevent house fires.  Mr. Gervais let's people know about the importance of the burnout fund.


Kevin Miller shares a look back at his career and comments on whether phones are necessary for talk radio.  With tongue firmly in cheek he says, 'who needs the calls, it's more of me!'  Kevin contines to look at the Soccer fallout, immigration and other issues.  He reads emails instead of taking calls.


Kevin Miler announces that the phones does not work and covers three topics.  The first, you guessed it, more on Soccer, followed by a story of a teen hunter under fire for displaying photos of her trophy's, and the wolf supporters at the statehouse.


Kevin Miller is joined by David Ferdinand discussing the God and Country Festival tonight in Nampa.  Mr. Ferdinand reveals the history of the festival now in its forty eighth year.  Kevin Miller and David invite the public to attend the show.  The gates open at 5pm tonight at the Ford Idaho Center.


Kevin Miller gives his review and commentary about World Cup Soccer.  He shares emails and takes calls on the reaction to yesterday's USA loss.  Kevin honors the troops serving abroad during the holidays.


Kevin Miller interviews Steven Camarota from the Center for Immigration Studies.  Mr. Camarota goes in depth on the economic, cultural, and political impact of the border crisis.  They explain why both parties want amnesty.


Kevin shares his interview with William Gheen from Americans for Legal Immigration.  They look at the crisis on the border, the economic impact of the crisis, and what's next.