His voice alone foreshadows good things: It’s smart, calm, and even-handed—which is exactly how you could describe Warner’s work as the host of Colorado Public Radio’s Colorado Matters. From hot-button political issues to more academic historical pieces, Warner’s interviews are always engaging and thought-provoking.
These incongruous but complementary talking heads—Caplis skews right on most issues, while Silverman more often leans left—provide what’s so often lacking in talk radio: balance. Regardless of their personal affinity or distaste for their guests, these two see eye-to-eye on the need to weed out hypocrisy, ineptitude, and corruption in all forms.
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