Rep. Pat Neville checks in to give an overview of the 2020 legislative session and a couple of key bills to watch.
Ari Hoffman from Seattle discusses "safe injection" and homelessness and how Denver is fast becoming the next Seattle/Vancouver. Steffan Tubbs discusses the new ATM style dispensers of Opioid drugs in Vancouver.
Robert Spencer from https://jihadwatch.org on the "Afghanistan Papers" and the more than two decade lie that is the war in Iraq/Afghanistan.
Joseph Greenlee is an attorney in Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Director of Research at the Firearms Policy Coalition; Policy Advisor for Legal Affairs at the Heartland Institute; Fellow in Constitutional Studies and Firearms Policy at the Millennial Policy Center; and a member of the Emerging Leaders Advisory Council at the Steamboat Institute. Greenlee has authored dozens of short articles on the right to keep and bear arms. His work has appeared in The Hill, Washington Times, and Washington Post, among others.
State Rep Patrick Neville discussing the process of bringing a bill forward and how the Dems are hiding heroine injection inside another bill.
Due to technical difficulty, there are no podcasts for hour 1, 2, or 3 today.
Attorney Michael Sabbeth adds to the discussion of the outrageous abuse of red flag in Larimer County and what we can expect moving forward.