KirbyCast June 19th--Hour1

FILE - This April 30, 2017, file photo provided by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) shows fighters from the SDF looking toward the northern town of Tabqa, Syria. The U.S.-led coalition headquarters in Iraq said in a written statement that a U.S. F-18 Super Hornet shot down a Syrian government SU-22 on Sunday, June 18, after it dropped bombs near the U.S. partner forces, known as the Syrian Democratic Forces. The shootdown was near the Syrian town of Tabqa. (Syrian Democratic Forces via AP, File)

10am hour—Kirby talks to Sean Pica, the Executive Director for Hudson Link for Higher Education, which provides support to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated men and women.

Kirby also talks more about seeing the supervised injection site, InSite in Vancouver BC and talks about the petition to keep “safe injection sites” out of King County.

The first plane is shot down during combat over Syria. What does that mean for the escalating conflict with Russia? Also, is it a good idea for President Trump to send Jared Kushner to Israel to speak with the Palestinians and the Israelis?

In another case of stupid criminals being stupid, stolen GPS units were recovered when the company activated them. Kirby talks about Evergreen State College and our post at Kirby Wilbur Radio Facebook. A fish story that ends with a failed polygraph test and we talk about the budget crisis in Illinois

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