Kim emphasizes that we need to have patience and perseverance. Do not succumb to the fear and panic that seems to be dominating the atmosphere. Producer Steve adds that we need heavy doses of wisdom and discernment. We are Americans! Let us be grateful for all that we have in our daily lives. C.S. Lewis gives us guidance in his writings.
Lorne Levy from Polygon Financial discusses current mortgage rates. Although the rates dropped two weeks ago to historical lows, they have been raised. Once the market stabilizes we should the same with interest rates.
Matthew Durkin, Candidate for Jefferson County DA, discusses safety within our communities, a number one priority. First responders are active in our communities and adjusting to the crisis. Matt states his concern for current bills introduced during this year’s session relative to reducing penalties for violent crimes as well as making criminals out of certain gun owners. Crime is increasing and we do not need to reward criminals with reduction of time served.
Former Senator Kevin Lundberg sheds light on an unelected and unaccountable bureaucratic department out of control, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Unbeknownst to us, this unelected agency will have new regulations not specifically approved by the legislature (and lifted from California’s regulations) in Colorado on May 1, 2020, banning many useful and common products used both at home and businesses. If anything, this should have been done via a recommendation, not a mandate.