- Kim continues her Veterans Week as veterans “speak to another time.” Their combat experience is seared on their hearts forever. Thank a Veteran for your freedom. Leo “Lou” Holtz, retired American football coach, addresses “politics of envy.” Government takes away your way of life and freedom via policy, regulations, rules and taxation.
- Dr. Jill Vecchio joins Kim to discuss the current Supreme Court case, Texas vs. Azar, regarding the Obamacare individual mandate and “severability.” Under Trump’s tax policy the penalty became $0 in 2017 for not buying health insurance. We continually hear of 25 million people losing their health insurance, which is not true as they are/will be on Medicare. We do not hear about the 25 million plus who lost insurance because of loss of coverage through employer or the inability to pay extremely high premiums on insurance that will not be used. Trump has always supported coverage for pre-existing conditions.
- Jason McBride with Presidential Wealth Management looks at the markets as a mixed bag. Looking at the futures, NASDAQ is up and the DOW and S&P experience a slight dip. Volatility is continuing in the markets. It is strongly encouraged to sit down with Jason for a discovery session to make plans for year-end finances. Jason can be contacted at 303-694-1600.
- Guest Doug Chamberlain (marinechamberlain.com), author of Bury Him: A Memoir of the Vietnam War, joins Kim to talk from the heart about his experiences during the Vietnam War. As a Marine, he was told to “leave no man behind.” Listen to Doug as he explains his heroic fulfillment to bring home a fellow marine found dead. He reflects on the psychological effects this has had on him. Doug concludes that at all times we must pursue the Truth and do what is best for everyone involved.
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