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This Week's Conversations
With 70% of millennials extremely likely to vote for a socialist candidate if it releases them from student loan debt imposed on them by a corrupt system, Republicans who want to see capitalism succeed must provide measurable relief in a way that agrees with conservative values.
Colorado’s HB 20-1149 is presented as a bill to allow 16 year olds to vote. Patti Kurgan explains how the bill’s real agenda is to buy votes.
Liz Peetz on how upcoming legislation could impact Denver’s affordable homes market. Karen Levine and Lorne Levy discuss Denver’s housing market and the very low interest rates affecting inventory. Kim discusses HB20-083, Prohibit Courthouse Civil Arrest. Pam Long and Kim continue the conversation on SB20-163, School Entry Immunization.
Josh Philipp of The Epoch Times joins Kim to discuss the revelation that the People’s Republic Army is behind the hacking of Equifax. Jason McBride takes a look at SB20-167, Electric Motor Vehicle Manufacture and Dealer. Pam Long joins Kim to discuss Colorado’s SB20-163, School Entry Immunization.
Kim and Producer Steve are joined by Susan Kochevar and Jen Hulan, show sponsors and insightful business owners, along with Patti Kurgan to discuss vote buying, bring your own wine to restaurants, minimum wage, 16 year olds voting, and other absolute-control policies espoused at the Capitol Golden Dome.
Colorado’s SB 20-163, School Entry Immunization RTD’s “Reimagine RTD” plan Derek Wilburn of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives on his People of Color Capitol Interns
Susan Harris and Kim have a conversation on the connection between mental health and physical health and why it is so important to stay positive, regardless of the negativity around you. William Perry Pendley, Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management, joins Kim to discuss the move to Grand Junction. A look at Colorado’s HB 20-1155, Higher Efficiency New Construction Residence.
Mathew Durkin explains why he is running for District Attorney in Jefferson County. Jason McBride examines five early market indicators.