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J. Kyle Bachus, Esq. – author of UNTHINKABLE

Episode 94 is dedicated to the memory of Margaret Bachus who raised three fine children including prominent Denver trial lawyer Kyle Bachus. Margaret’s son Kyle is a natural performer like his mother, who had a Fine Arts degree. In 1996, Kyle and fellow lawyer Darin Schanker opened Bachus & Schanker, LLC which has grown into one of Colorado’s best-known and largest injury law firms.


Two years ago, Kyle’s mother Margaret was tragically run over in a Florida crosswalk. In an instant, Margaret’s life was over, but her three children and pets had to move on. But how? Kyle wrote a book on the subject titled Unthinkable, Real Answers for Families Confronting Catastrophic Injuries and Wrongful Death. Kyle’s book and this interview are invaluable resources. https://www.amazon.com/Unthinkable-Answers-Families-Confronting-Catastrophic-ebook/dp/B09Q2H2Z23



Learn the J. Kyle Bachus story and find out his opinions about America’s pandemic response, the future of downtown Denver, and our Rule of Law. Consider Kyle’s optimism that Americans can and will overcome those determined to destroy democracy. Kyle is a native Floridian and shares strong thoughts about Governor DeSantis and current culture wars.


Troubadour Dave Gunders contributes his brilliant but narcissistic song, Full Time Job, in which there may be discussion of the utility of personal assistants. Discussion ensues on a variety of topics including whether some birds sing better than others, rare rainbows, and the Kent Denver alma mater of the late Secretary of State Madeline Albright.

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