Kevin Miller begins the show by reviewing the weekend political talk shows.  He takes calls from listeners responding to the reaction to the president's criticism of the city of Baltimore.  Kevin Miller shares the story of several northern Idaho pizza stores that have been pranked by callers from California.  According to published reports, the prankster would call and order several pizzas and then not pick up the pizza.  Today's guests:  6:10 a.m. - Fox News Radio's Rachel Sutherland has the latest on possible impeachment proceedings  Kevin Miller shares an inspirational story of an out-of-work Phoenix man is fielding hundreds of inquiries from prospective employers after handing out copies of his resume on a street corner. Patrick Hoagland, who was recently laid off from his job as a forklift operator, says he realized he needed to take a different approach after filling out applications online and at local businesses garnered no responses. "I had only been unemployed a few weeks, but it was very unexpected and I needed to figure something out fast," the 30-year-old says. "I at first laughed and thought that was silly, but I kept thinking about it. I figured, why not?! There are millions of people in Phoenix driving around, someone might hire me." Sure enough, after spending a day in the 110-degree heat with a sign and a stack of 200 resumes, Hoagland received more than a thousand emails. While most were messages wishing him luck, at least two hundred were related to potential gigs, he says. He ultimately accepted an offer from Flatline Concrete Grinding. Has the ability to apply online made finding a job more difficult? What's the most unusual way you've gotten your foot in an employer's door?  : 7 a.m. - Longtime Boise financial planner and radio talk show host Dave Petso with his weekly market outlook ; 7:35 a.m. - Fox News' Jeff Monosso has new details on the fatal shooting in California over the weekend ; 8:10 a.m. - Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Lars Larson (weeknights 6p to 9p on KIDO) discusses current events with the host.

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