Karen Levine, award winning realtor with RE/MAX Alliance, joins Kim in studio on Turnquist Friday. Kim stresses the importance of being informed. The Kim Monson Show seeks the truth so that you can enlighten others in the Battle of Ideas. American’s Veteran’s Stories on KLZ, Sundays at 3-4pm and podcasts, include this coming Sunday’s interview with WWII Marine Veteran Marge Muzzillo. The Colorado progressive left continues to change the narrative as HB21-1075, Replace the Term Illegal Alien, redefines the meaning/narrative of the definition or words.
Hal Van Hercke, show sponsor and owner of Castlegate Knife and Tool (castlegate.com) located in Sedalia, gives us a break from politics to talk about his current inventory and his build-out for sharpening tools. Hal makes a concerted effort to sell USA made products, including sought-out Pro-Tech knives produced in Los Angeles.
Karen and Kim note extreme ideology in present-day narratives. Unfortunately, too many people today turn to the government for solutions to their problems. Karen is a board member of the National Association of Realtors and works to preserve private property inherent in the American Idea. Lack of inventory has increased prices. To make your sale or purchase of a home less stressful it is best to work with Karen, a professional representative who will ensure you know your options and can be reached at 303-877-7516.
Jason McBride, Senior Vice President with Presidential Wealth Management, remarks on yesterday’s downward spiral in the markets. There was high volume, including institutional selling. Now may be the time to conserve cash and potentially buy at a lower price in the future. Discuss with Jason (303-694-1600) a plan that gives you direction in an unpredictable market.
Guest Rick Turnquist, blogger and author of his most recent op-ed, The Myth of Government Benevolence, joins Kim and Karen, from Texas, to talk about the failure of renewable energy in Texas last week. To force products that are not wanted by consumers is not the role of government and has disastrous consequences, including death. Beware Colorado, Xcel introduced its Clean Energy Plan at a cost of $8 billion to consumers. Modern life prosperity is based on three pillars: limited government, fossil fuels and capitalism. Our founding fathers based the idea of government rule on John Locke’s writings, specifically inalienable natural rights and we are responsible for our own preservation.