Governor Polis Signs National Popular Vote Act

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Polis Passes National Popular Vote Act

Governor Polis signed the National Popular Vote Act (NPVA) on Friday, March 15th. Colorado now joins a coalition of over a dozen other states and the District of Columbia in the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. The NVPA takes Colorado’s electoral votes and puts them behind the candidate that gets the most votes—”the popular vote.” The problem with this system is that it subverts the Electoral System and the Constitution. Kim talks about the ramifications and problems with the National Popular Vote Acton today’s show.

The Ten Most Destructive Americans of the Past Eight Decades

Frank Hawkins joins Kim as the featured guest this Monday. Hawkins was on the show two weeks ago, sharing his list of the top ten American of the past eight decades. His list started out as an article on American Thinker last fall, and it’s gone viral, showing up on Town Hall, Front Page Mag and other bastions of conservative opinion pieces across the internet. Hawkins, a former U.S. intelligence officer, and press correspondent has a unique background and his list of the ten most destructive Americans during his lifetime is compelling. Listen to the show and read the article.

 

 

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