Producer Steve notes that Kim’s opening of the show had the phrase “inject into our bodies.” Kim points out that the clip was produced a few years before anyone said the word “COVID-19,” let alone “mandatory vaccinations.” It refers to Colorado legislation during the 2019 session regarding mandated student vaccinations. Think PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Interested Parties) when discussing vaccinations, especially PHARMA. Prop 119: LEAP (a proposed new marijuana tax “for the children”) would have produced what the radical left wanted, a permanent government not held accountable to anyone. America’s Veterans Stories will feature Retired Army Major General John Raaen, a World War II veteran. General Raaen was on Omaha Beach on D-Day. The interview broadcasts this Sunday at 3pm. Additional America’s Veteran’s Stories broadcast Saturday and Sunday at 10pm. Listen on KLZ 560 AM, KLZ 100.7 FM, the KLZ website or the KLZ app. We continually hear that there is not enough money to give teachers pay raises but Pueblo D60 finds $1000 for all employees who were vaccinated by November 10th. Penn State employees who refuse to get the COVID/Wuhan-China vaccination will be sent to classes to be “re-educated.” Alumni at colleges and universities begin to withhold donations due to political indoctrination on campuses.
Guest Sean Spicer, former White House Press Secretary under Trump, joins Kim to discuss his new book, Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’s Dangerous Plan for America. This includes why Biden picked Kamala Harris, the first black, female Vice President. It is all about his legacy. Sean and Kim also discuss the “Steele dossier” based on numerous false “allegations” that were investigated although there was substantial proof to show otherwise. As one Deep Swamp character opined, ‘We are not saying it is true, we are saying they are allegations that need to be investigated.’
Karen Levine, award-winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance and long-time sponsor of Kim’s two shows, updates us on the housing market. We are now in the fourth quarter and things have cooled off only slightly, mostly due to people’s attention on the holidays. There is opportunity for homebuyers, especially with low mortgage rates. Homeownership serves as a hedge against inflation. Give Karen a call at 303-877-7516 for professional advice on either buying or selling your home.
Guest Ben Murrey, Independence Institute’s Director of Fiscal Policy, discusses Governor Polis’ proposed budget for fiscal year 2022-23 amounting to $40 billion, an additional $3.5 billion from the previous year. $12-$14 billion will be placed in the General Fund, an increase of $1 billion from last year. State revenues are stable and actually have exceeded projections before COVID-19 hit, not necessarily because of productivity in the state. The federal government has “airlifted billions of dollars” into Colorado that can be used over the course of many years. Inflation is here because of the trillions of dollars that have been printed out of thin air. The economy looks good on paper but it is not real wealth creation but paper creation. Looking at $424 million, as an example, to be spent on “air quality improvement,” we see that public policy is about control. Ben reflects back to the Fiscal Year 2012-13 when the budget was $20 billion. The proposed budget is double this amount. Keep in mind Colorado’s population only grew 15%.from 2010 to 2020.