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Elisabeth Pendley, author of "Thursday’s Children," joins Kim to discuss what it was like to be a young school teacher in a poor, urban, recently integrated elementary school in the south and parallels challenges in the education system today.

Thursday’s Children

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Kim notes the radicals of the 1960’s cut their hair, bought a suit and landed jobs to infiltrate corporations, education and media. Now, years later, we see how leftist policies have engulfed us as we’ve been complacent. The progressives see Cuba unrest as riots against U.S. sanctions instead of riots against communism. Equity in Cuba is equity in misery. We all get a saltine cracker. The elites get a saltine cracker with caviar. We now live in a “financial need” based society instead of a merit based society and see it playing out in education and housing policies. Here in Colorado, we see “financial need vs real need” in ballot Initiative 25: LEAP (Learning Enrichment Academic Progress) Program. Be a responsible voter, read the initiative and Decline to Sign! America’s Veterans Stories shares Bear Owen’s story. He served as a pilot in the Vietnam War.

Biden gives a speech in Philadelphia proclaiming many of us as a “merchant of lies” and calls voter integrity laws the “most significant threat” to the U.S. since the Civil War. He states he is for “preserving voting rights” even though we see a Democrat assault on vote counting. Democrats pre-work to get people to adhere to their way of thinking with their narrative and cohesive voice. Senator Blumenthal (D, Conn) has a six figure investment with his wife in a Shanghai shopping complex. Many key administrators in the White House are from Black Rock. Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial, converses with Kim on Black Rock buying homes in 2009 and now. Interest rates have not moved. Opportunities are evolving as housing inventory loosens a little. Best to get pre-qualified with Lorne at 303-880-8881 for professional and ethical service

Guest Elisabeth Pendley, author of “Thursday’s Children,”  joins Kim to discuss what it was like to be a young school teacher in a poor, urban, recently integrated elementary school in the south and parallels challenges in the education system today. In her book Elisabeth illustrates the necessity for people to know what is being taught in the classroom, how it is being taught, and make sure the negative rhetoric is eliminated. We must become Thursday’s Children Champions by providing the best possible educational opportunities in our communities. “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”

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