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Episode 214      Jeremy Jojola 

Award-winning journalist Jeremy Jojola delivers a remarkable interview, paying homage to his amazing late father, Samuel Jojola, who married Linda and produced Jeremy in his beloved New Mexico.  Jojola's family roots are an amazing part of America. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwUX-IypQnY


Jeremy Jojola is a dedicated father who felt horrible about the way his engagement with Twitter (X) detracted from his time with his now four-year-old daughter and put him in a foul mood. So he stopped, and it has been a year of better mental health. https://jeremyjojola.com/2024/05/06/one-year-clean-and-sober-from-twitter/


Jojola discusses his favorite movie, The Milagro Beanfield War, and the discussion gets enlightening. The story reminds the host of For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway and the host’s recent Spain trip. Spanish roots run deep. 


Nazis and far-right extremists have been the subject of Jojola’s most important reports. Four years ago, Jeremy won the Don Bolles Medal awarded by the Society of Investive Journalists and Investigators. https://www.9news.com/article/about-us/jeremy-jojola-don-bolles-medal/73-42f1031c-b327-4916-b8cd-d4b5b711b1d5


Award-winning journalist Jeremy Jojola delivers a remarkable interview, paying homage to his amazing late father, Samuel Jojola, who married Linda and produced Jeremy in his beloved New Mexico.  Jojola's family roots are an amazing part of America. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwUX-IypQnY


A dedicated father, Jeremy Jojola felt horrible about how his engagement with Twitter (X) detracted from his time with his now four-year-old daughter and put him in a foul mood. So he stopped, and it has been a year of better mental health. https://jeremyjojola.com/2024/05/06/one-year-clean-and-sober-from-twitter/


Jojola discusses his favorite movie, The Milagro Beanfield War, and the discussion gets enlightening. The story reminds the host of For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway and the host’s recent trip to Spain. Spanish roots run deep. 


Nazis and far-right extremists have been the subject of Jojola’s most important reports. Four years ago, Jeremy won the Don Bolles Medal awarded by the Society of Investive Journalists and Investigators. https://www.9news.com/article/about-us/jeremy-jojola-don-bolles-medal/73-42f1031c-b327-4916-b8cd-d4b5b711b1d5


Recently, Jeremy Jojola won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award (for a second time) for his 9News story about the Red Barn on the way to Denver International Airport. You can see and hear the amazing artistry of Jojola’s storytelling talent.  https://www.9news.com/article/news/local/storytellers/denver-international-airport-old-red-barn/73-8fbd8c8c-f7d4-4f94-8152-44d63549230f



Troubadour Dave Gunders debriefs his host on his Spain trip and discusses the impact of Trump’s “Unified Reich” posting. A menorah purchased in Spain triggers stories, as do friends in Andalucia. As for Nugs and Avs collapses, we review connections to the law firm of "champions no more." Gunders’ song is Notwithstanding.



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