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Pastor Christine Coleman brings to Kim’s listeners her personal story as a survivor of the Rwanda 1994 genocide when hundreds of thousands of people were slaughtered. Karl Honegger with the Liberty Caucus of Colorado and an analyst with Whiting Petroleum joins Kim to discuss the continued assault on the gas and oil industry here in Colorado. Casper Stockham reviews the Reagan Day, American Freedom, virtual townhall held this past Saturday.

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  • Casper Stockham reviews the Reagan Day, American Freedom, virtual townhall held this past Saturday.
  • Karl Honegger with the Liberty Caucus of Colorado and an analyst with Whiting Petroleum joins Kim to discuss the continued assault on the gas and oil industry here in Colorado.
  • Pastor Christine Coleman brings to Kim’s listeners her personal story as a survivor of the Rwanda 1994 genocide when hundreds of thousands of people were slaughtered.

Remembering the Rwanda Genocide

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Karl Honegger with the Liberty Caucus of Colorado and an analyst with Whiting Petroleum joins Kim to discuss the continued assault on the gas and oil industry here in Colorado.  With the current price of gas it is not feasible to continue production at recent levels.  Karl expects many gas and oil companies to follow Whiting into bankruptcy due to the low price of gas, the OPEC and Russia challenge, and the war by PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Special Interests) that are working to shut down oil production here in Colorado.  Most Recently, Broomfield’s mayor worked to halt “back-flow” production with a new public health rule (in addition to a state rule already in place).  What would life be without gas for heat nor light for our homes?

Pastor Christine Coleman brings to Kim’s listeners her personal story as a survivor of the Rwanda 1994 genocide when hundreds of thousands of people were slaughtered.  Pastor Christine emphasizes that the persecution of Christian, Hutu, and Tutsi’s actually started in 1990 and has continued over the past 30 years.  Her freedom came when she left her sister’s house one day and was guided by God went into the countryside.  Her sister’s family, including her sister’s six-month-old baby, were killed when soldiers turned the peaceful city into a pool of blood.   Pastor Christine wants the international community to know the truth about the dictator ruling Rwanda; he is not a protector of the people.   Pastor Christine’s book, SOS-Rwanda’s 30-Year Apocalypse, gives an in-depth account of this continuing war waged on the people of Rwanda, and can be purchased on her website christinecoleman.org.

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