Greg Lopez on Colorado’s Need for New Leadership

Greg Lopez explains why Colorado is in need of new leadership. Greg is running for governor in 2022.
The Kim Monson Show
The Kim Monson Show
Greg Lopez on Colorado's Need for New Leadership

Greg Lopez, candidate for Colorado governor 2022 ( and past Director of the Small Business Administration Region VIII, is in studio with Kim.  America’s Veterans Stories can be heard Sundays at 3pm and 10pm on KLZ 560 AM and KLZ 100.7 FM.  This week’s Marine Veteran Manert Kennedy shares his story of the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir.  Greg believes the governor of the great state of Colorado must lead, and this includes speaking out against bills that the state legislature is passing that harms its residents.  The state legislature is circumventing TABOR (Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights) with high taxes veiled as fees.  Policy is hurting our standard of living and our pocketbooks.  The Federal Government is printing money that leads to a lower standard of living and the burden of debt to future generations.

Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, speaks to the rise of inflation.  Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen, referenced that the Biden infrastructure plan may cause inflation, which sparked a negative reaction from the stock market.  Yellen then backtracks on her comments to counter the reaction.  However, inflation is clearly visible.  Mortgages can still be obtained in the 2% range.  Give Lorne a call at 303-880-8881 to discuss and get your loan prequalified.  Kim’s Salon Series is back with a webinar Candid COVID Conversation.  Lakewood City Councilwoman Ramey Johnson and Kim will moderate panelists Dr. Jill Vecchio, Matt Durkin, Priscilla Rahn and Sue Kenfield on May 20th at 6pm.   Tickets will be available starting tomorrow.

Kim and Greg discuss SB21-256 Local Regulation Of Firearms.  This state bill is a direct attack on the U.S.  Constitution and proves that state legislators do not understand our founding document.  The legislators also ignore the obvious.  The problem is not the gun but the person who is holding the gun; responsibility starts with the individual.

Jason McBride, Senior Vice President with Presidential Wealth Management, refers to the U.S. Constitution as a document that does not need any additions.  Let it stand on its own.  With inflation creeping up and the cyberattack on Colonial Oil, it is important to evaluate your risk tolerance.  Give Jason a call at 303-694-1600 to review your financial portfolio and your comfort level to analyze if changes need to be made.

Kim and Greg resume their discussion on SB21-256, a bill that goes after law abiding people who carry concealed firearms.  Greg stresses the importance of contacting state legislators regarding proposed bills and show up to testify in committee hearings.  America’s government is supposed to be of the people, by the people and for the people.  Vote!  Insist on election integrity with your county clerk.  Greg explains how some counties process ballots and how vote tabulations are reported.  Without a doubt, we now know that every system can be hacked, with the Colonial Oil cyber attack as exhibit A.  Greg and Kim switch gears to talk about the Wuhan-China virus disruption and the experimental drug referred to as a vaccination.  Greg concludes the conversation stating that we must stand up and represent ourselves.  Do not lose heart or hope, and instead be bold and courageous for our American values.

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