74th Anniversary of D-Day; Social Security's financial troubles-Rundown 6/6

One of the interesting and under-discussed impacts of the recent GOP tax cuts is on tax competition -- between US states, and between the US and other nations. At 7:06 AM, we'll talk about both, as well as about the new report showing Social Security and Medicare running out of money sooner than previously forecast, with economist Dan Mitchell.



Today is the 74th anniversary of the incredible Allied invasion of Normandy which marked the beginning of the end of the pure evil of Hitler's Third Reich. We should remember to celebrate our Greatest Generation vets every day, not just today, with around 350 WWII vets passing away each day.




Denver remains one of the most interesting real estate markets in the US, and there’s some very interest news about Denver area real estate...something which I’ve been predicting, which proves that even a blind squirrel finds a nut, or a house, some days...




The reaction of the Chairman of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission to the Supreme Court's decision in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case shows just how lost the left is, and how at risk fundamental American rights are:






This is pretty funny: A soldier stole an armored personnel carrier and led police on a not-so-high-speed chase on Tuesday:

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