The What’s Right Show: A New Show for a New Era

Sam Nation Is Now the What’s Right Show

A New Show for a New Era


From Sam Nation to What’s Right Show: A Message From the Host, Sam Mirejovsky

The Sam Nation Show is excited to announce its official name change to the What’s Right Show! Despite the change, fans can expect the same high-quality, original, common-sense conservative analysis they have come to know and love.

After much consideration, host Sam Mirejovsky believes the new name better reflects the show’s mission of shining a light on What’s Right in the world (and what we need to make right). The show will continue to tackle the biggest issues of the day, offering a fresh perspective and insightful commentary.

So if you’re ready for a fresh take on what it means to be awake in a country full of woke lefties, tune in to Nevada’s leading conservative voice live every weekday from 1-3 PM on KXNT AM 840, or at your convenience on the podcast.

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Author: Sam Mirejovsky

For more than 20 years, Sam Mirejovsky has been helping people who have been hurt due to negligence and wrongdoing. Bringing a client-centered approach to every case, Sam believes that getting the care you need and the justice you deserve is only achieved when you take the time to understand your client and their personal circumstances. This mindset has helped him change the landscape of personal injury law and recover millions of dollars for injured people and their families.