In case you’re wondering if there are any hard feelings lingering after Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden’s “Chuck and Julie Show” was canceled by conservative KNUS 710-AM in December, listen to Bonniwell talk about his former KNUS colleagues on Bonniwell and Hayden’s new podcast, last week.
What gets lost behind the painful joke about a school shooting is what the KNUS hosts say about issues day after day after day.
In what appears to be another sign that KNUS 710-AM is unconcerned about allegations that a staffer is a Nazi, the station's afternoon-drive show conducted an on-air film review Friday of a classic anti-Nazi movie, Inglourious Basterds.
In what are apparently his first public comments since accusations surfaced that he’s a Nazi, KNUS 710-AM producer Kirk Widlund said it’s all a “smear” campaign against him, and he never stated, among other things, that America fought on the wrong side of WWII.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) is dodging his conservative talk radio allies as the impeachment hearings move forward.
As the months continue to stack up since he’s held a town-hall meeting, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner continued to make time for interviews with conservative radio hosts this week, speaking at length with KNUS’ Steffan Tubbs and KHOW’s Ross Kaminsky.
KNUS Radio Hosts Still Unable To Provide Evidence To Back their Campaign Against a Program To Reduce Overdose Deaths
KNUS radio continues to be unable to support its claim that safe use sites create “further devastation” in communities blighted by opioid addiction.
Radio Station Can’t Provide Promised Studies that Support Its Attacks on Overdose Prevention Program
KNUS radio’s Steffan Tubbs Show will not provide promised studies allegedly backing up its claims that an overdose prevention program does not save lives as research has shown they do.
Conservative Radio Hosts Deliver Seriously Misleading Information In Their “No Safe Site” Presentation at Capitol
In an emotional if fact-challenged presentation, conservative talk-radio hosts took their campaign against an initiative to fight overdose deaths to the state Capitol on Monday.