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jacob lamontSML Host Jim McKinney returns to talk more about, "Do we have free speech anymore? Big-Media and Big-Tech are silencing the voices of millions of people from the public square; how do we preserve free speech and the cancel culture that is powered by media and technology?" Joining Jim in this discussion is Jacob Lamont, from the Libertarian Party of Whatcom County.

SML host Jim McKinney interviews Autumn Lindsey from Lynden Washington about her work to encourage young women to choose life for their unborn child. Autumn Lindsey is a leader and reprsentative of the local Students for Life movement.

SML Host Charlie Crabtree interviews Washington State Secretary of State, Kim Wyman on election integrity and how the state monitor's to prevent voter fraud...the resources available to the state includes the voters to watchdog the outcome and let the state know when they suspect voter fraud.


sarahAshley Butenschoen talks to Sarah Martin about forced mask use in public schools. The second half of the program, Ashley will be joined by Tyler Bird for an update on what’s happening at the Whatcom County Council.

Link to video of Sarah Martin speaking about how the mask mandate is affecting her life:   https://www.facebook.com/sarah.marti.94/videos/10158330778040888

What's Happening in/to America???

SML host Jim McKinney discusses the hot-topics of: Selective Law Enforcement, Media Madness, and Tech-Tyranny.

LIBERTY ALERTS:

The Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Schools has sent out notification that all school districts are to begin offering educational opportunity to their students through online and other creative actions.

It is a great concern to many that our children, our students, are taking a huge hit on their education and what the ramifications will be to them, our schools, and ensuring that these students are able and capable of moving on to the next grade level.

Today’s program features Elizabeth Hanson, ESSL teaching at Shoreline Community College and Gary McGill, representing the Whatcom County Homeschool Assoc. They will share their knowledge on how families can best manage and cope under these extraordinary circumstances.

mark harmsworthToday’s Show:   

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Host Kris Halterman will interview Mark Harmsworth, Washington Policy Center Director, Center for Small Business. How are small businesses doing? What is the real unemployment number for Washington State? Is Governor Inslee’s 4-Phase plan realistic? Will small businesses recover? Is Washington State at the tipping point or past the tipping point for our state’s fiscal solvency?

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We Aint' Got NO Plan! Chaos, distrust, division, frustration, and economic destruction are sucking the life out of a nation united and creating national division. Host Kris Halterman discusses this issue and more with Lorraine Newman and Mike Davis. Is the United States really divided? Is the U.S. broke? Or is this a media and politically driven perception? How should the Governor and the Legislature be handling the reopening of our state, balance the budget, and meet the needs of our state.

Part 1 - Host Kris Halterman interviews Jeremy Fields, NW Director for the SBA, about changes to the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program, and filing for PPP forgiveness.

Host Kris Halterman discusses the local, state, and national General Election issues with Charlie Crabtree, President of The Fourth Corner a local online/print news, Vince Buys, former 42nd State Representative and frequent guest host of SML, and Lorraine Newman, retired farmer and financial specialist and frequent guest on SML.

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