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Joey BunchJoey BunchJuly 5, 20182min1180

Jimmy Sengenberger is no stranger to the news in Colorado Politics or the radio airwaves of Denver, but now he’s getting national attention.

The president and CEO of Millennial Policy Center and host of the Denver’s Money Talk 1690 show the “Business for Breakfast with Jimmy Sengenberger” is listed by the Western Journal as No. 6 in the “11 Up and Coming Young Conservatives” — quite an honor, listed alongside Fox News regular Katie Pavlich, pro-life activist Lila Rose and muckraker James O’Keefe.

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The Western Journal’s Conservative Tribune said of Sengenberger:

“At some point, Rush Limbaugh will have to give up the golden EIB microphone and Dennis Prager will be gone from the airwaves. Will radio all go over to liberals at that point? Not if Jimmy Sengenberger has anything to do with it. The host of “Business for Breakfast with Jimmy Sengenberger” probably isn’t well known outside of Denver, where he hosts shows on both KDMT-AM and KNUS-AM, but the young host is making a name for himself in a medium that usually skews older in terms of demographics. And he’s been doing it since 2008 — meaning he’s a veteran of an industry when most people his age are simply doing news on the 8’s.”

Sengenberger also serves as president of the Liberty Day Institute, which aims to educate kids about the U.S. Constitution and American government.


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Joey BunchJoey BunchDecember 6, 20174min936
Jimmy Sengenberger asked Colorado’s Sen. Cory Gardner questions about Roy Moore and tax reform on his “Business for Breakfast” show on Denver’s Money Talk 1690 Wednesday morning. While President Trump and the Republican National Committee has gotten behind Moore in the Senate race in Alabama next week, Gardner has not, he said on the radio […]

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