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Are “rights” given to us by the U.N.?, new FAMLI proposal, people at risk as City of Denver ignores ICE, repeal of the death penalty, the market continues to climb, ownership of federal lands, and Supreme Court case regarding school choice.


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  • Kim and Producer Steve continue Friday’s conversation on FAMLI.
  • City and County of Denver ignore ICE subpoena.
  • Repeal of the death penalty in Colorado
  • Jason McBride analyzes the market’s continued climb over the past several years.
  • Rob Natelson discusses the importance of the Espinosa vs Montana Department of Revenue, which is in front of the U.S. Supreme Court this week.

Espinosa vs Montana Department of Revenue

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Rob Natelson

Guest Rob Natelson joins Kim to discuss ownership of public federal lands. Rob proposes to follow guidance by the constitution and allow land, specifically National Parks, to be put into perpetual non-profit trusts to protect them from bureaucrats and developer’s interests.

Rob continues the conversation with an examination of the Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue case to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday. The case involves two main rules: the government may not discriminate against religion or religious people and that the government must treat all religions equally. The keyword in the case is “sectarian.” This case will affect school choice here in Colorado.

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