An In-Depth Look at Socialism and Capitalism

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Jay Davidson's outlook on Colorado's economy under a Democrat-dominated statehouse and Steven Kessler on the origins of Socialism.

Jay Davidson on Tabor, Trump, and the Economy

Jay Davidson, founder and CEO of First American State Bank, joins Kim today to discuss Colorado’s now-and-future economy and his concerns over how a Democrat-controlled statehouse and Governer’s mansion could be detrimental to growth and business. He also shares his thoughts on TABOR, the importance of business-friendly tax policies as a mechanism to create jobs and drive an economy and why he likes Trump’s stance on taxes but wants to see changes in Trump’s rhetoric.

A Look at Socialism’s Origins with Steven Kessler

Steven Kessler, a Fellow at The Philadelphia Society talks with Kim about the origin of  Socialism with an academic’s perspective. It’s a fascinating examination of Socialism’s journey and growth, how capitalism differs, and the fundamental differences and views on human nature that are shared by respective proponents of the two ideologies.  Like Sun Tzu says: “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.”

 

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The Amazing Story of Augusta Chiwy

Military historian and author Martin King joins Kim to share the story of Augusta Chiwy and his own story as he sought to find her decades after the end of World War II.

WWII Veteran Frank DeVita

WWII Veteran Frank DeVita joined the Coast Guard to serve our country. He ended up as a ramp operator on a Higgins Boat landing craft on the first wave of soldiers landing at Omaha Beach in Normandy on D-Day.

WWII Veteran Richard Rohleder

Kansas farmboy and WWII Veteran, Richard Rohleder, recently traveled back to the Netherlands for the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden.

Edward Snowden’s Permanent Record

In the Age of Information, data is power. Susan Kochevar reviews National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden’s book, Permanent Record.

Healing Our Wounded Warriors

Vietnam veterans Grady Birdsong and Colonel Bob Fischer discuss the powerful healing methods being employed to treat veterans with PTSD.

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