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Kim remarks on President Brandon’s Build Back Better Plan that “eligible,” media organizations receive a $25,000 income tax credit per journalist the first year and then a $15,000 income tax credit per journalist for each of the next four years. This can be claimed for the first 1,500 journalists. Once again, PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties) picking winners and losers with the added benefit of thanking slanted and corrupt mainstream media for their inaccurate reporting. Biden and Polis continue the drumbeat against fossil fuel energy.
Yvonne, a grassroots leader in Larimer County, is pleased to report that the Larimer County Health Department has cancelled their proposed vaccine passport program. The mask orders are still in effect. Yvonne and other activists prove that “We the People” can stop tyrannical dictates and expose PBI’s (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interest Parties) for what they are, tyrannical rulers. We have won this battle now we must liberate our children from mandated masks. Tommy Pigott, Director of Rapid Response for the Republican National Committee, reports on inflation rising 11%, and the impact on lower income families. These families are being hurt the most economically. Food banks, as the holiday season approaches, are close to empty. The Biden administration’s policies are complicit in what is happening as gas prices increase. Natural gas prices are expected to go up 130% and heating costs are expected to increase by 54% this winter. Democrats are picking winners and losers. We can draw parallels with Solyndra (which went out of business) and other renewable energy companies that Obama gave preferential treatment to. The Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, is one example of conflict of interests due to her financial ties to a battery manufacturing firm for electric vehicles. John Kerry, Biden’s envoy for climate, flying around the world in his multiple private jets is another. The elites enrich themselves at the expense of the “little guy.”
Kimberlee Bell, owner of Kunjani Coffee, invites listeners to visit Kunjani for coffee, conversation, community and compassion. They are in need of two part-time baritas so if you are interested stop by to fill out an application or email email@example.com. For the holiday season Kimberlee has brewed up a few new coffee drinks. Tuesday’s special is a coffee flight offered from 12pm to 6pm. Come try some new flavors.
Guest Daniel Turner, founder and Executive Director of Power the Future, remarks on reports that Biden is preparing to auction 80 million acres of the Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling companies. Smoke and Mirrors. In reality, the probability of a company making a bid is slim as the companies know that once purchased, they will have the EPA, Department of Interior, eco-radical groups, and others, breathing down their backs, using expensive rules and regulations to thwart drilling. 11,000 jobs vanished with the closure of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Biden is considering closing a pipeline in Michigan and a pipeline in Minnesota. Winter time is typically quite cold in both those states. Communities were thriving where the pipeline was being constructed. They’ve been decimated with Biden’s policies. The current administration does not support affordable, reliable, efficient and abundant energy for Americans. However, Biden supports the construction of an oil pipeline by Russia. Should our pipeline workers move to Russia to be employed? Democrats only want to be judged by their intentions, not the consequences of their actions. The climate conference in Glasgow was for the rich and famous to enjoy on the taxpayer’s dime. Attendees numbered 39,000. Let’s have an honest conversation about energy. Get involved at your local level where many of the policies, detrimental to Coloradoans, are being pushed in your community. Affordable, efficient, reliable and abundant energy provides good jobs so that every-day, hardworking Americans can thrive and prosper.