This Sunday, America’s Veteran’s Stories features Nick Hall, a Marine veteran who served in Afghanistan. We are blessed that those who “put on the uniform.” The show broadcasts 3-4 pm on KLZ 560 FM, KLZ 100.7 FM, the KLZ website, and the KLZ app. Additional shows can be heard Sunday, 10-11 pm, and Saturday,10- 11 pm. Kim suggests listeners tune in to the new Reggie Carr I’m a Uniter show broadcasts 9-10 am on all KLZ platforms. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona joins Sen. Joe Manchin, stating she will not support the elimination of the filibuster as Sen. Chuck Schumer works to “torch” it. Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet reacts by saying, “today’s Senate is not worth defending.” Sen. Tom Cotton, in arguing for the preservation of the filibuster, uses a billboard with Schumer’s comments in 2005 stating that the filibuster must be kept in place. The Supreme Court rules to block the OSHA vaccination mandate for businesses over 100 employees but upholds vaccination mandates for healthcare workers for facilities that accept Medicaid and Medicare funds.
Steve Cruice, co-owner of Three Points Financial, explains that now is the time to begin organizing your 2021 tax return. The IRS tax filing year begins January 24, and returns are due Monday, April 18, 2022. He advises listeners to check their email for electronic tax documents sent from banks and employers. Steve recommends reviewing requirements for an IRA contribution, and if you meet the qualifications, a contribution can be made for the 2021 tax year through April 18. Finally, an IRS letter will be forthcoming for anyone who received a stimulus check or a child tax credit. Three Points Financial can help new clients with your 2021 taxes if you move to Three Points Financial soon.
Laurel Imer, Congressional District 7 candidate, is not surprised that Ed Perlmutter is not re-elected, given his voting record. Laurel stands for freedom, choice, and medical freedom and is against forced vaccinations. The government cannot continue printing money as inflation brings hardship to families. Illegals coming across the border are a national security issue. Election integrity is a fundamental right for all American citizens, and proof of ID should be mandatory; voting should be in person and not via mail.
Hal Van Hercke, owner of Castlegate Knife and Tool, remarks on Pam Long’s op-ed (below), stating that force vs. freedom is not an abstract idea as it is happening all around us. Hal comments that some legislators and bureaucrats are writing some rule or regulation that will take away your freedom every minute of every day. We must corner these “public servants” and give them no choice but to listen. The key is to work at your local level and hold those officials accountable.
Pam Long, West Point graduate and author of recent op-ed, The Best and the Worst of Colorado Politics in 2021, offers a menu as to how you can lean into local level government. Our attention must go first is the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, CDPHE. We must demand in-person meetings versus the continuation of zoom meetings. The COVID-19/Wuhan-China virus narrative is unraveling. If you are intimidated at the state level, go to your local level. Pam explains what she means by, “Men need to show up.” Pam comments on why Dawn Comstock received the worst public health director designation. There is a split decision on Polis’ actions. In conclusion, Pam states we all must fight for what we love and not what we hate. The truth will prevail.
Kim will co-moderate the Republican Senate Candidate Forum on January 29, 2022, at 7 pm. Click here for more information to hear from those running to replace Michael Bennet in the U.S. Senate.