- Let us never forget that socialism comes down to force. Kim emphasizes that we must engage in the Battle of Ideas. The economy was making tremendous strides at the end of the year, and within less than a week into his Presidency, Biden has eliminated thousands of jobs with the comment, “you can find another job” as he contracts the economy. HR1 will give ultimate power to Congress on federal elections, opening the door for the repeal of id and signature verification, and allowing ballot harvesting on “steroids,” to name a few detrimental results to election integrity. The National Labor Relations Board states that the right to unionize vote by Alabama Amazon workers will be done by mail. Bezos /Amazon tries to block it stating that voting should only be performed manually and in person. Hypocrisy?
- Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial, reports that there is still time to lock in historical rates whether on a new home or a refinance. Contact Lorne at 303-880-8881 or polyfigroup.com to discuss your financial and housing requirements.
- Jason McBride, Sr. VP with Presidential Wealth Management, states that people are anticipating tech stock earnings which will be reported this week. GameStop has had a huge short position that is being squeezed resulting in its share price closing at $150 yesterday. Give Jason a call at 303-694-1600 to review your financial portfolio to ensure you are on a secure road for your goals.
- Guest Ben Martin, patriotic historian, West Point Graduate and former Army Ranger, joins Kim to begin the new series for the 2021 year, The American Revolutionary War, sponsored by the Harris Family. Discussions in this year-long study include military tactics and battle importance by both the British and the Americans, and the courage and sacrifices of our founders to give us this extraordinary nation, The United States of America. We are a Constitutional Republic, “if you can keep it,” as Benjamin Franklin said. It is important to understand the precursors to the Revolutionary War, including The French-Indian War (1754-1763) and The Seven Year War (1756-1763). The wars were followed by massive debt to the British and thus taxation to the colonists. Listen to Ben address the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party and the Intolerable Acts of 1774 in this enlightening conversation with Kim.
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