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March 29, 2023

John Rush host of Rush To Reason

Impossible Question

Shawn with Extreme Auto Repair and taking the stress out of car maintenance. / Interview 

Health & Wellness Wednesday

Health Tip: Allium veggies are rich in organosulfur compounds, which, according to several studies, may help reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, inflammation, and platelet clumping — all of which are great for keeping arteries free and clear. 

Christine Dubois-Devlin, Julian’s Recipe, Topic: Beer & Pretzels, Recipe / Interview

Dr. Haley PerlusApril Is Stress Awareness Month – Tips on managing stress and what to do when you begin to feel overwhelmed. BIO: Dr. Perlus earned her Ph.D. at the University of Northern Colorado with an emphasis on social psychology of sport and physical activity, her MS at the University of Florida in sport pedagogy, and her bachelor’s degree at the University of Western Ontario in kinesiology.  Interview

Show Highlights

Richard Battle  Persistence – The Essential Glue for All Successes, and why discouragement has killed more ideas and people than all the wars in history.  Interview 

Former CEO of Starbucks and the American Dream. Video / Comments 

Boomer Skills Millennials Just Won’t Use Article / Comments 

Looking Good vs. Frumpy – John from Cheyenne, Jim, Kathleen from Boulder, and Ben from Evergreen all called in on this topic. Comments 

Elections: Ken Cuccinelli, National Chairman of the Election Transparency Initiative, discussed how two HUGE election issues continue to impact voting rights and free and fair elections. Interview 

TikToknot just cute dance videos, Congress, and how social media companies determine what you see. Comments    Part 2 

How Soda Tax and the like are constantly raiding our pocketbooks. John Stossel Video / Comments 


Julian’s Recipe Savory Pretzel Bread Bruschetta 


  • 1 Julian’s Recipe Butter & Sea Salt Pretzel Baguette
  • 1 cup finely chopped tomatoes
  • ½ cup finely chopped onions
  • ¼ tbsp olive oil
  • Ground salt
  • Ground pepper
  • 1 tbsp chopped basil
  • Sliced cheddar cheese
  • Dijon mustard


  1. Bake the Julian’s Recipe Pretzel Baguette according to the package, and slice.
  2. Mix tomatoes, onions, and basil with olive oil and add salt & pepper to taste.
  3. Top pretzel bread with cheddar cheese while the bread is still warm, and let it melt.
  4. Spoon tomato mixture onto crisps and top with a small drop of Dijon mustard.
  5. Serve immediately.