The Overton Window and Socialism

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Thought leader Roger Bianco joins Kim in the studio as the day's co-host and the featured subject is The Overton Window and how the left is pushing its message of socialism.

Roger Bianco is today’s guest co-host

Leadership Program of the Rockies alumni and thought leader Roger Bianco joins Kim in the studio. Current event segments include the angry reception that Governor Polis received in Fort Morgan last Friday, along with a discussion on Stand for Colorado, which is less than two weeks away. It’s May 10th people, put it on your calendars!

The Overton Window explained and the Left’s attempts at making socialism the new normal

Bianco explains the origins of the Overton Window and how it applies to the seemingly endless tug-of-war between the Right and the Left in the battle for defining what is “normal” in terms of public discourse. Unfortunately for those on the Right, the Left is doing a good job and moving the Window towards a general discussion and understanding of freedom that many conservative and libertarians would find to be diametrically opposed to the concept as they understand it.

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