I Spy can now be heard on two different stations at different times! We're proud
and excited to be joining the line up on KAJO in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Listen on Saturday: 11:00 to noon (Pacific time) on KYKN (1430-AM) or, if you’re outside of the Salem, OR, listening area, go to www.kykn.com and hit the "listen live" button.
Or on Sunday, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Pacific time) tune to KAJO (1270-AM) or if you’re outside of the Grants Pass, OR, listening area, go to www.kajo.com and hit the listen live button at the top of the page.
Our Guest: Constitutional Scholar, Utah Rep. Ken Ivory and President of American Lands Council
This week: In Greek mythology the legendary architect, Daedalus, built the labyrinth, an incredibly complex maze of twisting passageways to house the Minotaur—a horrible monster that was half-man, half bull. The Greek Hero, Theseus, decided he would kill the Minotaur and put an end to human sacrifices. Except even if he did find and kill the Minotaur, he knew the Labyrinth was so complex he would be lost forever. But the King’s daughter had fallen in love with Theseus and gave him a spool of thread that he unraveled as he went, so he could find his way back.
After this election, conservatives may feel like we’re lost in our own labyrinth. Here in Oregon, we lost ground by losing our tie in the house and every statewide office. It feels hopeless.
But like Theseus, we have a string to follow, and it reaches all the way back to 1787. It’s our Constitution. This week on the I Spy Radio Show, we talk with Representative Ken Ivory of Utah, a constitutional scholar and states right advocate. And, unlike Daedalus, the architects of our Constitution gave us a way out. We still have real power and it's up to us to use it--if we know how.
Join us tomorrow for the I Spy Radio Show, from 11:00 to noon., or 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Coast Time and get a little more intelligence on big government.
Have you heard our very popular “I Spy Minute,” aired weekdays at 10:00 a.m. during KYKN’s peak listenership? We’re looking for personal and corporate sponsorships to help keep these educational
and informative minutes on the air. Are you a business owner (or know one) that would like “prime real estate” to
advertise? We have two :30 ad spots following the I Spy Minute available, but you need to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to take advantage of these.
Saturday’s, 11:00 a.m. to noon, (Pacific time). Listen live on KYKN(1430-AM), or, if you’re outside of
the Salem listening area, just go to www.kykn.com and hit the listen live button.
Or Sunday’s, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Pacific time). Listen live on KAJO (1270-AM) or, if you’re outside of the
Grants Pass, OR listening area, go to www.kajo.com and hit the listen live button at the top of the page.
Busy on Saturday or Sunday? Not a problem. After the show airs, you can go to our webpage
www.ispyradio.com and download it from our “past shows” page.
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