Kim and guest Brad Beck, co-founder of Liberty Toastmasters and author of op-ed Comply: I Don’t Think So, talk seriously about virtue vs. vengeance and then jump to humor and its ability to diminish stress and increase the enjoyment of life. Kim previews American’s Veteran’s Stories for this coming Sunday at 3pm on KLZ. The show continues to profile Vietnam Veterans highlighted in the book Echoes of Our War: Vietnam Veterans Reflect Fifty Years Later.
Mandy Gunasekara, founder of Energy 45 and Former Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notes that during the Trump years Colorado saw significant economic growth. The Green New Deal will be detrimental to Colorado if its proposed policies are actually implemented. Jobs will disappear to overseas and consumer costs will increase due to energy increases. Big government and big business like each other and work together at the detriment of mid and small business. To learn more, visit sectionvii.com.
Jason McBride, Vice President with Presidential Wealth Management, adds to the conversation citing energy independence is highly valued by Americans and enhances their freedom of mobility. Jason then pivots to individual’s economic growth stating annuities are something to be considered for most financial portfolios. Jason will meet with individuals to review your annuities and help you understand your investment. Knowledge is power. Give Jason a call at 303-694-1600 to set up an appointment to discuss.
Lorne Levy with Polygon Financial updates listeners about current mortgage rates. The roller coaster ride continues and people are able to get a 30 year loan in the 2’s. Pre-qualification takes 15 minutes and will be very helpful when submitting a contract for a home. Give Lorne a call at 303-880-8881.
Kim and Brad continue their discussion by directing their attention to the bill of the day, SB21-243 Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Appropriation Public Health Infrastructure. The new buzz word for politicians is “infrastructure” and its new definition. Weaponization of local health departments allows elected representatives to hide behind draconian policies. Brad, like many others, wants to live his own life and flourish. If the experimental drug that has been branded as the COVID-19 vaccination is so good, why do people still need to wear masks? And why is this experimental drug pushed so hard and other experimental drugs such as cancer treatments, are not? People need to make choices for themselves and not have them by a third party. “I am going to color outside the lines,” concludes Brad.