Rod Olson - The coach's coach on achievement
Craig Silverman with Dan on Ebola and the dishonesty of Barack Obama.
Congressman Mike Coffman on his endorsement by the Denver Post
The mailbag - Apple Stores, Ebola
Companies now encouraging women to work first have kids later - offering to freeze their eggs
The First Amendment - Houston Mayor calling for "pre-approval" of all sermons - gay marriage and the church
Maggie Karner is dying of brain cancer and unlike Brittany Maynard, who is also dying of brain cancer and has chosen to end her life on November 1, has chosen to live as long as possible.
From her blog, "This will serve me now as I face my own debilitating mortality. Death sucks. And while this leads many to attempt to calm their fears by grasping for personal control over the situation, as a Christian with a Savior who loves me dearly and who has redeemed me from a dying world, I have a higher calling. God wants me to be comfortable in my dependence on Him and others, to live with Him in peace and comfort no matter what comes my way. As for my cancer journey, circumstances out of my control are not the worst thing that can happen to me. The worst thing would be losing faith, refusing to trust in God’s purpose in my life and trying to grab that control myself."
Maggie Karner - suffering from brain cancer brilliantly discusses why assisted suicide is not the end she will choose - countering the choice being made by Brittany Maynard to choose this method of ending her life on November 1,
Dean Singleton - retired publisher of The Denver Post calls in to discuss how the editorial board make a decision on the endorsement of a candidate - as they have done with Cory Gardner for Senate in Colorado.
The Denver Post has endorsed Cory Gardner in the Colorado Senate Race.
A conversation about the dishonest and one-issue campaign being waged - particularly by Mark Udall