7:07AM MST: Early open line time for those who have to head off to work and can't participate later on. Weigh in on whatever is on your mind this morning. 1-888-503-6500 toll free or 307-632-6500 or 632-3323.

7:37AM MST: Ben Barrack is an Investigative Radio Host and Blogger. On more than one occasion he has cultivated sources with important political information and insight generally not reported in the mainstream media. He provides listeners with accurate, timely, and shocking news heard nowhere else. Barrack is a strong critic of the mainstream media and supports patriotic and reliable bloggers who do much of the mainstream media’s work at no charge, with little recognition, while earning their living via other means. Ben maintains a website at BenBarrack.com.  Ben will disuss and article he co-wrote with Walid Shoebat. If the government has Ten Commandments, what would be their First Commandment? Homeland Security? No. In government the First Commandment is: Playing Politics. With the Iowa Caucus behind us and the New Hampshire Primary just ahead, politicians are running for cover on certain sensitive issues. In other words, they’re ‘obeying’ their First Commandment by playing politics. In a rush to play the game, the Obama Administration pulled out of Iraq in time for Christmas as it welcomed Iran’s puppets into the Oval Office. The Iraqi delegation, headed by Nouri al-Maliki, included a conspirator in Iran’s terror campaigns—the Iraqi Minister of Transportation, Hadi al-Ameri. To quash the voices of survivors and victims' families who linked al-Ameri to American deaths in the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing, the Obama administration replied, “There is no evidence of Hadi al-Ameri's involvement in any act of violence against U.S. Citizens.”

8:07AM MST: Dale Steenbergen, Executive Director of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce joins us to update us on all the latestbusiness and economic developments in the area including the oil play, and his thoughts on the proposed menu for the 6th penny sales tax.