Two very distinct narratives use the word “they;” one refers to the radical left and the establishment while the second narrative is aimed at everyday, hard working people.
Visit https://www.grandlakeusconstitutionweek.com/ for details on the 10th Annual Constitution Week being held in Grand Lake, September 13th thru the 19th. Kim will be the Emcee for Saturday’s main event and the week will end with church services on Sunday. America’s Veterans Stories features Marine Veteran Manert Kennedy, Sunday at 3pm and 10pm on KLZ 560AM and KLZ 100.7FM. College football sets itself in the middle of COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus mandates. Children’s Health Defense files a lawsuit against the FDA and acting director Dr. Janet Woodcock arguing that the licensure of Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine is a deceptive “bait and switch.” Kim highly recommends keeping Colorado SB21-142 in your “toolbox” with special attention to Section 1(e) that states: Every person has a right to privacy with respect to personal health decisions, free from coercion or interference from the government. Harris campaigns for Newsom with a fearful statement, if “they” can elect a Republican in California, “they” can do it anywhere. We must remember all those who lost their lives on 9/11, the thirteen military troops who just recently lost their lives in Afghanistan, and all others who have served our country.
Elizabeth School Board candidate Heather Booth is adamant that students learn academics in school and not be socially engineered in curriculum such as Critical Race Theory, CRT. Heather plans on keeping the students in school, not virtual, and giving parents the choice to choose between masking their student or not. Heather does not see the value of LEAP, Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program, and notes it should be voted down. LEAP’s proposed funding would be thru a new state retail marijuana tax. You can email Heather at HpBooth@me.com with any questions, clarifications, or to volunteer.
Professor John Eastman, Constitutional expert, explains why Colorado’s open primary, made possible by Proposition 108, the Colorado Unaffiliated Elector, passed in 2016, is unconstitutional under the First Amendment. The GOP state meeting to be held on September 18th is an opportunity for state central committee members to go on record to vote, “the majority of this private association, the Republican Party, supports a Republican-only primary, letting ourselves choose who our nominees are going to be. And we authorize the constitutional legal challenge to that unconstitutional local primary law.” John references a California case twenty plus years ago where he presented arguments against California’s open primary and the case was won at the Supreme Court. John also states that if the primary is closed, it could result in the largest Republican Party registration drive on record. The lawsuit can be fast tracked allowing for it to be implemented by primary time in 2022.