Today on The Morning Zone, Host Dave Chaffin will be talking about the Petraes affair, what's happening with Cheyenne and offer open lines for you to weigh in.

7:07AM MST: Veteran C.I.A. analyst Ray McGovern...Washington is reeling after the recent resignation of spy chief David Petraeus. Scandalous details aside, the question now is who the president will tap to fill the spot?  McGovern advises Obama to “...Select a person with a proven record of integrity and courage to speak truth, without fear or favor, and with savvy and experience in matters of State and Defense. Former Ambassador Chas Freeman would be an excellent candidate.” He adds, “The faux experts – the neocon specialists at Brookings, AEI and elsewhere -- have had their chance. Create White House badges for genuine experts like former National Intelligence Officer for the Near East Paul Pillar, former State Department Chief of Staff Lawrence Wilkerson, and military historian and practitioner Andrew Bacevich (Lt. Col., USA, ret.). These are straight-shooters;they have no interest in ‘long wars'; they will tell you the truth; all you need do is listen.” McGovern works with Tell the Word, the publishing arm of the ecumenical Church of the Saviour in Washington, DC. During his career as a CIA analyst, he prepared and briefed the President's Daily Brief and chaired. His website is

7:37AM MST:Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen will be back to update us on the latest happenings and priorities for the City of Cheyenne including the City Council recommendation that Cheyenne approve a water user's agreement with Microsoft for it's new data center, as well as an update on the proposed roundabout at 19th, Pershing and Converse.

8:37 to 10AM MST: Open Lines. Call and be our guest and pick the topic at 1-888-503-6500 toll free or 307-632-6500 or 632-3323 locally,