Tom’s Diner Prevails in Historic Designation Controversey and Ascent Classical Academy Asked to Leave DougCo Over Decision to Arm Staff

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Roger Bianco and Kim discuss property rights and the recent controversy over Tom's Diner unsolicited historic designation petition and Derec Shuler of Ascent Classical Academy talks about how the Academy has been asked to leave the Douglas County School District following a decision to allow its staff to carry firearms.

Ascent Classical Academy asked to leave Douglas County School District over the decision to arm staff in an effort to protect the school, staff, and students

Derec Schuler of Ascent Classical Academy joins Kim and Roger Bianco to discuss the Douglas County School District’s request that Ascent leave the school district over their decision to arm select school staff. According to a poll of Ascent Classical Academy parents, 90% of parents support arming school staff to protect their children. Schuler explains the decision to arm the staff, how training has been handled, and the next steps for the Academy. Listeners can also find more information in this August 23rd article from the Highlands Ranch Herald.

Property rights are part of the American Dream

“Mine!” That’s what the Denver Landmark Preservation Commission said when Tom Messina, owner of Tom’s Diner, decided to sell his property—property that he bought with his own money and a business that he nurtured with years of long days and hard work. Kim and Roger Bianco, founder of the Leadership Program of the Rockies Mentor Program. Roger has a deep understanding of property rights and will explain why it is important that we protect them.

 

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