Where or where has all the money gone? Politicians, bureaucrats and interested parties (PBIs) opine that the government needs more of your hard-earned dollars because they just don’t have enough money to go around. Then why is the state of Colorado funding billions of dollars in corporate welfare to cronies and interested parties?
Patti Kurgan, Research Director of The Kim Monson Show, will share what she has uncovered. You will be astounded. Look for her companion piece on this issue, which will be published on October 4th.
Angela Bougher gave birth to her daughter Glori last winter. Angela and her husband Briand, a pastor, declined a vitamin K vaccination. The nurse reported the parents to the Illinois Department of Child Services, which led to a forced 12-hour separation from their newborn daughter. What is the line between medical necessity and outside organizations and authorities usurping parental prerogatives? In a free society, shouldn’t parents have the ultimate say in how to proceed with non-essential vaccinations and other medical procedures? The Boughers and other Illinois families think so, and as a result, they filed a federal lawsuit against the Illinois DFCS, doctors, and hospitals, for violating their constitutional rights. Kim and Patti discuss this issue, which truly boils down to an issue of Freedom versus Force.
Larry Welshon was the subject of a Complete Colorado profile. Larry is running for a seat on the Edgewater City Council. A pattern of unanimous votes points to a culture of conformity, a culture which Larry is seeking to disrupt as a two-decade citizen of Edgwater. Welshon joins Kim to discuss his run for Edgewater City Council. Listen to the interview and read the complete profile on Complete Colorado.