Today's guests:  6 a.m. – Jenny Beth Martin of the Tea Party Patriots says her party stands with the NRA.  Kevin Miller reports that Dick Sporting Goods says they will no longer sell the AR-15 or any other assault weapons.  Kevin Miller takes calls from listeners who disagree with their decision.  Kevin Miller looks at a few comments the nation's governors said when they met with the president this week. ; 7 a.m. –  Idaho gubernatorial candidate Harley Brown of Canyon County joins Kevin Miller in studio to share his views on the issues.  Harley tells the KIDO Talk Radio family what he's been up to since his last run for governor in 2014.  He announces that he'll run for president once elected and Donald Trump may have been inspired by his candidacy.   ; 8:35am – Dena McLaughlin promotes “Fill the Van” to benefit the Idaho Food Bank and to fight breast cancer.  Kevin Miller takes calls on President Trump saying he'll ban bump stocks.

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