Are the Hong Kong Protests this Generation’s Tienanmen Square?

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Michael Fields explains that CDOT, not TABOR, is responsible for the waste and lack of progress on Colorado roads and Helen Raleigh compares Tienanmen Square and the Hong Kong protests.

Blame Colorado legislators, not TABOR, for the poor condition of Colorado’s roads

Michael Fields joins Kim to discuss his latest article on Complete Colorado, Legislators to blame for crumbling roads, not our Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. Colorado’s Department of Transportation (CDOT) was hundreds of millions of dollars over budget in 2016-2017. Insane cost overruns, questionable expenditures and the collapse of part of Highway 36 are all part of CDOT’s recent track record. How is TABOR to blame for CDOT’s inability to meet minimum standards and stay within budget?

Read the entire article at Complete Colorado.

Helen Raleigh is today’s guest host discusses the similarities between the Chinese media’s treatment of Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 and today’s Hong Kong protests

Helen Raleigh, who was born in China, will explain how China’s state-run media hid the Hong Kong anti-extradition protests until things turned violent, a ploy eerily reminiscent of the infamous 1989 protests.

Helen and Kim also discuss the charity Walk With Me and its efforts to help place Cuddle Cots in every hospital in Colorado. You can also learn more about Helen’s very personal reasons for supporting Cuddle Cots by going to this story at Fox 31 Denver’s website.

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