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Colorado Do-Gooders John Morse and Bob Marshall

John Morse is an outstanding former paramedic, cop, detective, police chief, and Colorado Senate President. Now a successful CPA, Morse refuses to back down in stating his gun reform opinions.

Racial aspects of Elijah McClain and George Floyd matters are deeply explored. Morse makes strong case for banning assault weapons now. When Aurora and Sandy Hook massacres happened, Morse and Colorado government reacted with modest reforms. Morse wishes he’d gone further.

John Morse forcefully advocates not voting for Jared Polis, or any other politician, who won’t ban assault weapons. Morse gets justifiably agitated about dead children. John Morse would be a great police chief in Denver or Aurora, and you’ll hear if he’s interested.

Attorney Bob Marshall wants to make a difference in the Colorado Statehouse too. A former Republican, Bob is dedicated to battling Trumpism in all its Colorado manifestations. Some of this has hit home in Douglas County, home of CD43, where Bob is the Democratic nominee.

Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge welcomes this veteran Marine who recently returned from a humanitarian trip to Kiev, Ukraine. We learn how and why Bob has battled Trumpism in Highlands Ranch intersections and with the local school district.

Troubadour Dave Gunders contributes his beautiful haunting song apropos of the sadness felt for the Uvalde, Buffalo, and many other mass shooting victims. We discuss whether its even fair to bring kids into this world, and Troubadour’s response is an adamant yes.

The Craig Silverman Show Every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Colorado time

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