Socialism and The Battle for Colorado’s Values

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The original AOC—Amy Oliver Cooke, Executive Vice President of the Independence Institute—talks about the threat of the socialist left to Colorado and America.

A proposed bill to weaken TABOR and the abuse of the safety clause in Colorado legislation

Former state senator Kevin Lundberg joins Kim to talk about the breaking TABOR refund story. Lundberg also goes into the history and background of TABOR as well as the “safety clause,” a provision which legislators use to deny Coloradans their state constitutional right to use the referendum process to strike down or modify any act or part of an act passed by the General Assembly.

Amy Oliver Cooke on the threat of socialism to Colorado and the nation’s economy and culture

Amy Oliver Cooke, Executive Vice President of the Independence Institute, talks to Kim about the threat that socialist agenda of the left holds for Colorado and for the nation. She further discusses the threat that Colorado currently faces to its economy due to Senate Bill 181, “Protect Public Welfare Oil and Gas Operations.”

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WWII Battle of the Bulge Veteran, Wayne Field

Christmas seventy-five years ago 500,000 Allied soldiers fought a 40-day battle to prevent Hitler from reaching fuel supplies at Antwerp, Belgium. History knows it as the Battle of the Bulge. Wayne Field was one of those young soldiers who fought in this epic battle.

WWII Battle of the Bulge Veteran, Lou Zoghby

Seventy-five years ago on December 16th, 1944, Hitler made his final push in the Battle of the Bulge. Young Lou Zoghby, 17th Airborne, 194th Glider Infantry, F Company fought in this epic 40-day battle.

On Pearl Harbor with WW II Veterans Page Wodell and Dr. Kenneth Isaacs

December 7, 1941 the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and drew the Americans into WWII. Page Wodell was attending Yale University and became an Aviation Cadet. WWII Veteran Dr. Kenneth Isaacs’ brother was stationed at Pearl Harbor and survived the attack. Dr. Isaacs shares his brother’s perspective.

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