Our View: Welcome Back, Peter Boyles

June 28, 2013
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We’re looking forward to hearing Boyles daily dose of bombast on Monday morning

We’re looking forward to hearing Boyles’ bombast on Monday morning

We were pleased to learn this week that radio host Peter Boyles will be back on the air Monday, albeit on a different AM channel.  Boyles has been a fixture of Denver media for as long as we can remember, after all, and our early mornings simply haven’t been the same since Boyles left KHOW on June 3.

The announcement was welcomed by his army of loyal listeners, who cheered news that Boyles has been hired by 710AM KNUS to emcee the same familiar 6am to 9am time slot he filled before parting ways with his former employer.

We believe KNUS made a shrewd business move when they snapped up Boyles, and we have a feeling the shock-jock is relishing the opportunity to prove it.

We hope all of our readers will tune to KNUS Monday morning for Boyles 2.0, and look forward to resuming our regularly scheduled programming.

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4 Responses to Our View: Welcome Back, Peter Boyles

  1. Jayne
    July 1, 2013 at 7:55 am

    So, Boyles was MIA this morning. What’s REALLY!! Goin on?

  2. Dave Phillips
    July 11, 2013 at 10:23 pm

    Yeaaaa. Peter is BACK. “F,KHOW”,

  3. Peter Piccone
    July 13, 2013 at 11:51 am

    What I like about Boyles is his simple honesty. I really believe that he tries his best to listen to all sides of an issue and then decides on a position that he can intellectually defend. Best of all, he has the courage to take on issues and positions that are not at all in everyone’s comfort zone. Agreement or not with his conclusions is not what is important. It is fun to watch this man work. Welcome back Peter.

  4. Gerry
    July 17, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    Peter is hard-knocks from PA, like me. He, like most savvy Keystoners I ever met, is fearful and hateful of most despicable Democrats, yet dubious and skeptical of inept Republicans. But at least in PA, the GOP, for the most part, plays hard ball, much like they used to play sandlot football all over the state until the Libs took over the commonwealth institutions and began tearing down high school scoreboards to make the games “fair”. I hope he resumes his familiar interviews with Pam Geller, Jerome Corsi and Robert Spencer. These spots were (and are) crucial for our survival. Welcome back, Pete.

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