I absolutely hate to agree with Rachel Maddow, but "they blew it." How the heck could Donald Trump tweet on Wednesday about how excited he was to allow the release, per federal law, of the remaining sealed papers in the National Archives which related to the assassination of JFK.
And yet on Thursday afternoon, it was announced that only some of them would be released. First, this is probably another example of paranoid intelligence agencies overclassifying things. Second, how could he have not known that would be result? I mean, is there anything that Trump won't change is mind on?
The long anticipated release of the #JFKFiles will take place tomorrow. So interesting!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 25, 2017
8:06 AM Guest: You've heard his voice on Fox News, in lots of movie trailers and advertisements, and even here on 630 KHOW. Now you get to hear from the man himself: Pete Gustin is one of the most successful voiceover talents in America...and he can't read the copy he has to speak!
Very cool story about how technology is changing truck driving (even before autonomous vehicles):
6:36 AM Guest: Simon Lomax from Vital for Colorado
Who would have thought that the center of the anti-energy-development movement in Colorado would be...Broomfield?
The city council meanwhile approved an energy development deal:http://www.broomfieldenterprise.com/news/ci_31401057/broomfield-council-hears-passionate-arguments-against-new-extraction
Guest at 7:06 Ross Izard from the Independence Institute on how the Douglas County School Board candidates who tell you they're just grassroots people not supported by the union are lying:http://thehill.com/opinion/education/356763-national-teachers-union-war-machine-is-on-the-move-in-colorado
And why if you live in DougCo you MUST vote for the slate at http://elevatedouglascounty.com
Please vote for: Randy Mills, Ryan Abresch, Debora Scheffel, and Grant Nelson
In JeffCo, vote for Erica Shields and Matt Van Gieson
In Centennial, vote for Stephanie Piko for mayor!
My friend John Andrews has done his homework, and I'm in line with his recommendations for a variety of races in the area, including those I just mentioned: