Susan Kochevar, owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre, discusses current events with Kim and Producer Steve. Susan has not had a problem with staffing but she is having a difficult time procuring items for her concession stand due to shutdowns and products being in a warehouse but no one to get them out. LEAP, Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program, would be governed by an unelected, unaccountable Authority Board. We must ask the questions why endorse, who is behind it, and follow the money. Patti Kurgan’s op-eds answer many of these questions at kimmonson.com. LEAP will also “protect” the marijuana black market with LEAP tax increases starting at 3% and potentially rising to 15%. Increased retail marijuana taxes do not necessarily equate to people buying less marijuana. It may equate to people buying less legal marijuana. Lone Tree’s potential proposed 66% sales tax increase will disincentivize people who used to make purchases in Lone Tree because of the lower sales tax rate. See Kim’s op-ed.
America’s Veterans Stories features Retired Army Major General Joe Arbuckle this Sunday at 3pm and 10pm on KLZ 560 AM and KLZ 100.7 FM. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock mandates vaccinations to all city employees and any workers in hospitals, nursing homes, homeless shelters, correctional workers and schools even though this may cause some to lose their jobs. This is in opposition to legislation passed and signed by Governor Polis in May, 2021. Senate Bill 21-142 states in Section1(e): Every person has a right to privacy with respect to personal health decisions, free from coercion or interference from the government. States are mandating masks and vaccinations (through coercion) while at the same time ignoring illegals at the southern border coming in with the COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus. These illegals are then being dispersed across the country. Rent moratoriums are an assault on private property rights and turns tenants against the owners. The World Economic Forum agenda includes no ownership of property by 2030. This is achieved by destroying ownership through rules, regulations, taxes and fees.
Kimberlee Bell, owner of Kunjani Coffee in Parker, highlights events at the coffee house. This Saturday, August 7th, there will be a Back to School BBQ. Noon-3. August 13th from 4-9pm will be wine and cheese tasting. Every Thursday-Saturday there is live music from 6-8pm. Stop by for coffee, wine or friendship.
Dr. James Lyons-Weiler, founder of IPAK-Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge (IPAK.com), talks with Kim and Susan regarding the COVID-19/Wuhan-China experimental drug vaccine. A study just came out of Massachusetts where 78% of the people infected with COVID-19 were vaccinated and 6.8% of those infected were hospitalized, which is higher than the peak as we went into lockdown. This vaccination has 0% efficacy. Although hard to do, people must leave their jobs and not be coerced into getting the vaccination. Kim interjects that Pfizer is expecting their COVID-19 vaccination sales to reach $33.5 billion. Dr. Lyons-Weiler is expecting lockdowns in the near future. He also states that early treatment is highly effective. Dr. Lyons-Weiler addresses Susan’s question regarding reporting of infertility as a result of the vaccinations. Dr. Lyons-Weiler concludes by encouraging freedom loving people to gain knowledge. He has started a related company that will educate people on science, logic, mathematics, and how to analyze a spreadsheet relative to people’s concerns and questions regarding COVID-19. Registration is at IPAK-edu.org.