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Felix Sparks!

The Liberator! In 1993, this Colorado hero joined parents of murdered children and me to battle the NRA regarding gun control for juveniles. Our group was called PUNCH! People United – No Children’s’ Handguns and we won big victories in the 1993 Colorado Special Legislative Session.

General Sparks was WWII hero who survived Anzio and liberated Dachau. Alex Kershaw wrote the best book on Sparks, titled The Liberator, and it is now a hit movie on Netflix. My pal Alex Kershaw joins me to talk about his captivating new dramatization the whole world is watching.

Two prominent former Colorado legislators of different political parties join me to discuss current events. Vic Mitchell, a brave Never Trumper even as he finished second in 2018’s GOP Gov primary, returns to tell us what’s happened to the GOP and what happens next.

Former State Rep. Joe Salazar returns to Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge to discuss Trump’s fake litigation to overturn elections, and the responsibilities of Colorado lawyers and leaders now. We evaluate the Hispanic and Jewish vote and what electoral politics look like in the future.

This is our twentieth show which means 20 great songs from our Troubadour Dave Gunders. This week’s song may be my favorite. This American Dream is perfect for these troubled times, with its wonderful melody, harmonies, and lyrics, “Take this (White) House, we’re done with it.”

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