America in the Morning is heard around the country in both 30- and 60-minute versions. The first half-hour features the top news of the day, reported by some of America’s leading news correspondents; the nation’s weather from Dr. Joe Sobel or one of the other dependable meteorologists from AccuWeather.com; the day’s top business news from Charlie Turner or one of his colleagues from Marketwatch.com; and a look at the sports headlines of the morning. The half-hour is topped off with Jim Bohannon’s signature daily feature “The Offbeat,” which is exactly what the title implies: a humorous look at something just a bit off the beaten track. The 60-minute version of the show continues with a fresh look at the day’s leading news stories, an update on the weather from AccuWeather.com, and a look back at the previous day's scores and a look ahead at the day in sports with Robert Workman. In this half-hour you’ll also hear host Jim Bohannon’s daily interview with newsmakers and movers and shakers on topics people like you are talking about. By the time America in the Morning is done, you’ll be the best-informed person at the water cooler!
American In the Morning runs 6am to 7am on KVKK AM 1070, KPRM AM 870 & KAKK AM 1570
"(Jason Lewis) has been a force in Minnesota for two decades, lacerating Democrats, centrist Republicans, and conservative apostates. He is to Minnesota Republican politics what radio titan Walter Winchell was to New Your politicians: a force capable of delivering migraines." - The Washington Post
"I listen regularly to Jason Lewis' radio show because of his cogent, well-prepared insights that you won't hear anyplace else. For anyone who has heard Jason on his national radio show, listened to him when he substituted for Rush Limbaugh, or read his opinion pieces in places such as the Wall Street Journal, you know what I am talking about. This book is a genuine treat. The book continues Jason's trademark style by providing a real education, in this case on why "states' rights" has been so important to America's success and why the nationalization of decisions threatens American's freedom." From the Forward by John Lott, PhD, economist and senior research scientist at University of Maryland and author of five books including "Freedomnomics", "The Bias Against Guns", and "More Guns, Less Crime"