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"denver commission" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

04:34 min | Last month

"denver commission" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"A property for a year and a lotta times out and convert to rental property now. I analyzed properties as a house aker. I'm looking at that assuming they've already moved out. I'm not gonna go into data about while they're living. There might have a roommate or truman's with roommates. That's not necessarily. That's not a long term investing. That's just reducing their living expenses at that moment and allows him to save for next property. So i will go through both of those and for most house. Hackers putting zero to five percent down. Va loan zero percent. Fha three and a half or conventional and five percent. So let's start with the tach single family residences. So i always like to clarify tach means. There's no attach wall says condo multi unit and not a town. Home is a house that does not touch. It's neighbor's homes. So if you think of all the house suburbs those are detached homes and these generally have the lowest cap rates a lot of times like you know like a low four. Hi four percent right now and that's assuming with a traditional rental lease now. There's two caveats here. We can get the cap rates up. One is by utilizing the room by room rental strategy. And that's where let's say. Buy a house most people now to one tenant so you know one family moving in there or you can run out to multiple people. We're not room one room to room through him for five and so on so our house akers do that mother living there and once they move out very few investors though do because. Here's why it's a lot more management work. We have not been able to find any good property. Managers actually managed room by room rentals. If you are wondering no one please call me. We'll become really. We'll become friends really fast this way because we live investors interested in this. The other thing is depending on what part of town. You're in a lot of the policies do not they have certain rules for how many unrelated people can together and so every town is different. And i'll go through a couple quick charts here because this is Something actually jeff white semi while ago from denver. Some denver commission or some denver. Study so right now. Denver in inglewood are at two unrelated adults living together so really harder at room by room that strategy. If you wanna stay within the rules some people do some people. Don't that's entirely up to you to understand the risks award ratio. Now people allow three boulder. Commerce city for collins littleton we ridge four aurora brain golden northglenn thornton west minister five or castle rock colorado springs languid longmont.

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"denver commission" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"denver commission" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"As a means of broadcasting oppressed people struggles aside from his murals in the dia tengelmann. Most well known work as nineteen seventy. Three's rebirth of our national rebirth of our nationality. Which occupies an exterior wall of the continental can company building in houston texas. A rebirth of our nationality portrays the awakening of the mexican americans. Self-awareness other themes depicted in murals include african american self-awareness. Police brutality racism use violence and the struggles of women the elderly and the working class and of course You know conflict with the environment doesn't seem like leo's too worried about the new world order. Seems like this world order has given him plenty to worry about already The aluminum needed a painter. Why would they choose someone who so focused on social issues already just like how the look of. Dia is on brand for the architecture. Design at the look of these murals is on brand for the artist who created them against so far everything added up just fine. You take some time understand why the is set up like it. Is the key element found in all. Those work is the struggle for dignity. Justice self-determination human rights. Which seems actually pretty. You know anti luminosity. If anything leo is calling for us to rise up and overthrow are reptilian. Oppressors hailed him. Rot or something like that Another art installation. That has rattled up. A lot of visitors is a statue of a noose egyptian. God of death. Fuck is he doing at the airport. look for the souls of those who have died in the secret underground cities lizard cages. Or is he you know there. Because the city of denver commissioned a lot of art from different artists. One of them thought news. Hard to say. I think he's probably a symbol of all. Human sacrifices that will soon be made in dia to appease our new overlords unsurprising long held tinfoil hat crowd belief that the illuminaries connected to ancient egypt and the pyramids has freaks people out with this the statue another not so typical art piece of the gargoyles found in the baggage claim area to bronze gargoyles sitting inside suitcases. Not sure if they're still on display right now or not other called notre denver nice Some gargoyles go sculptures modeled after those founded. The notre dame cathedral in france made by highly acclaimed visual artists and outlaw country musician terry allen film. Too big worm hole wasted way too much. Time listened to budgetary allen. Sox berry critically acclaimed very different or unique dude Do doesn't seem very evil or luminosity to me seems like a really talented and whimsical artists. Who dabbles in everything from google sculptures outlaw country music to avant garde collaborations with david byrne anyway gargoyles freak a lot of people. Of course they do scary looking monsters because they were possibly demonic their backstory. Not scary though originally gargoyles had a very mundane purpose. Just carve statues of these. Little grotesque treat creatures with spouse designed to carry water from roofs away from the sides of buildings thereby preventing rainwater from running down walls and running the mortar. Architects often used multiple gargoyles on buildings to divide the flow of rainwater off the roof to minimize the potential damage from rainstorms. Terry also has a degree in architecture. So make sense. You'd want to design some gargoyles. The ancient egyptians greeks the trust skins. Romans all used animal shape waterspouts. It was actually the catholic. Church made him look evil. During the twelfth century when gargoyles i started appearing in europe the roman catholic church was growing stronger converting more and more people most of the population that time was literate. Image is very important to convey ideas and the church use gargoyles to convey fear rights. Make some scary monsters. You know people are afraid of monsters. put on the buildings. Yeah these cathedrals on and the symbolism is only the church can protect you from these monsters. Get in here with safe. Let the church protect you from evil. And according to a protection is what you know is symbolized with these gargoyles inside of dia. Da will protect you from harm so pretty cool. But that's not. what many see allen. Install the pieces in a completed yet. Empty dia in almost immediately some church groups and some other protesters started to read into his gargoyles. They're evil started writing. Complaint started to desecrates it with nasty messages He said they would reach up under the suitcases and put cards. That said things like effigies of satan. Or you're going to hell Put bibles with stuff marked in them. And all these bizarre religious fanatic remarks about the gargoyles. Of course he did anyone protesting a gargoyles. Now is technically living in the twenty th century but their mind is no more developed in the minds of medieval peasants. That fair these sculptures thousand years ago creeped out by gargoyles fine worried about them like actively worried about them. I think you're letting your imagination maybe get the best you but okay all right fine but leaving cards on the statues to say stealth like effigies of satan. Or you're going to help you out of your fucking mind. Seemingly strange words on the airports floors have also freaked out certain travelers. the conspiracy theory community has for years been very outspoken. About mysterious words carved into the floor throughout the dia the words. I can't find pronunciations for these bear. With me. coach topa sis nardini and zits dit. Golly have been reported by theorists to be everything from a new world order slash luminosity secret code to an alien language. Maybe the language of the aliens living in that giant secret city under the airport language of the annuity space lizard oppressors. Who must rise up against them. Let's you one of them. I know the word navajo Coach topa is navajo. Word for a mountain pass assist on genie navajo word for the black mountain and this Zits did gal is navajo word for the white mountain. Or golly see me all these places in colorado sacred places to navajo and the navajo used to live all over what is now colorado so once again like to horst airport design The artwork checks out symbolism makes sense instead of being evil. it's it's fitting beautiful. Airports not demonic. It's artistic and unique symbolic the rich Other words inscribed on the floors of have confused the conspiracy theorists for years. are Ma and villarreal again easy explanation. For these words words Brooks refers to caroline brock's ma and villarreal urge saying this right to mark the real both these individuals prominent artists who worked on projects in the denver international airport both based in colorado marks in boulder caroline's and denver checks out but obviously those explanations don't won't stop the conspiracy theorists. There's always a deeper meaning now. Let's take a quick break from symbolism. Deeper meanings talk about something straightforward. Good deals awkward segue. I know i love to learn. If you're listening to time suck for any length of time you know that and of course i.

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"denver commission" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

06:06 min | 2 months ago

"denver commission" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"It actually true kind of question. I ask scared to death on that podcast. How terrified i really am sitting here just yuck ended up just mocking shit but we really actually are surrounded by disturb spirits who will wreak havoc in various ways if the land is in clinched. Now if you don't appease them bad shit will happen. It's creepy to think about. What am i back has been a little extra achey past few days. Maybe if disturbed some spirits constanta reverend sarcasm. Okay so now you about the airport now. Why was actually you know about You know the land. It sits on some of the rumors there now. Let's dig into the conspiracies. We teased up top. Start with the art. That was commissioned for the airport art. Some people believe has hidden symbolic apocalyptic tonic aluminum meaning woven into. It's a lot of people worked up about the da art and there is an awful lot of in the denver. Airport seems like a way more than you would expect to find. Why because it has been funded more than other airports this way for all public projects in the city of denver one percent of the budget for each project has to be allocated towards public art to be put on display at dia that's why they're over forty art installations there. That's why the was also called the best airport or us airport for art and usa. Today's ten best readers choice travel contests in two thousand thirteen. A why have so much art of the airport. I don't know probably because a lot more people will walk past it there than they would if it was inside some downtown gallery No part of me thinks does anything secretive or satanic or new world order about the art there but i will admit some of it now what i expected to see in or out in front of an airport. I was surprised when i saw the giant devil. Horse is big statue. This big post-apocalyptic mural series they also have Gargoyles egyptian got a death more. Let's start with that horse with their thirty two foot tall david horse images of this horse. Come up more than i think any other images least. That's what it felt like when galena. Da conspiracies if you're entering or leaving the dia you'll see the statue of stallion this giant statue this time buck on his back legs as lit up. Is the airports very demonic looking. Gatekeeper blue for. That's what some local started calling him years ago. The name has stuck and this horse does look very spooky. Lucifer has freaked a lot of people out. People think he looks at tanic You and they think sometimes at the horse looks satanic because the real people behind the dia are satanic and not the church of satan type. Tannock know the the christian fundamentalist view of who is satan is supposed to be you know someone who literally has given their soul over to hells head honcho. Someone who wants to as much cartoonish. -ly fucked up shit as possible. The sacrifice kids molest kids. Put them in cages e people for many of the new world order the alumina lizard people queuing on whatever all ties back to state all ties back to an evil plan. Being carried out by the king of the underworld destroy all the good people the world And for people who subscribe to this particular worldview blue safer is an obvious sculpted depiction of one of satan's minions and bullets for does have a little bit of a dark back story The guy who made this sculpture was actually killed by it. A while the artist louis. Louis you ms was working on lucifer. The blue mustang in two thousand six a section of the thirty foot foot thirty two foot tall. Excuse me nine. Thousand pound fiberglass sculpture fell on him severing an artery in his leg and the sixty five year old bled out and died. That is pretty crazy. The sculpture had to be finished post humorously by his family friends. Also unprofessional professional riders racecar painters richer levato a camille nunez blue mustang unveiled. Dia on february eleven. To two thousand eight people went wild when they sought one thing that they perhaps riley went wild over was his is. They are not one. Denver journalist described them as luminous. Red is juxtaposed juxtaposed against it's blue body and deeply set into the head of the horace looking out towards the rocky mountains. When driving past blue mustangs gays can be missed. He seems to be an all seen gatekeeper. For those heading towards or away from the city even in the dead of night when the body of the sculpture is invisible against the roads surrounding the eyes of lucifer are unwaveringly lit. Bright red to see. All who pass by so i would human as include such a terrified feature while is were actually installed by even as a tribute to his father's neon sign workshop where he was employed as a young man and the red eyes are part of the not satan knee. At all legend. The sculpture is based on and inspired by. The city of denver commissioned the sculpture when it was first commissioning. A variety of our projects in the nineties sculpture was partially based on the eight foot high sculpture. A mistake spanish. For mustang on display at the university of oklahoma with bulging veins and articulate muscles sculpture was supposed to represent the power and freedom of the american mustang and the sculpture pays tribute to an old. You'd legend told in south central colorado san luis valley or san luis valley the locals there used to talk of a powerful stallion it was a leader amongst mustangs always capable of finding water grass for the herd. The mustang had a blue coat color water. Well let people associate with water red eyes and at times was said to be capable of flight fitting for an airport another actually nefarious at all about this creepy looking horse once you understand the stories behind it since its installation. Two thousand eight. The horse sculpture has remained an ongoing topic of controversy. And this next bit of info has nothing to do with any conspiracy but it is so ridiculous. I felt like i should included here Many people not necessarily conspiratorial people have been outraged. Also by the horses By dick now despite its red is they've complained to lucifer's dick is to prominently display. People have written a lot of messages of angry emails about bloopers. Dick seriously I did a google image search for lucifer and pulled up a lot of high risk picks zoom in can in my opinion. His dig is perfectly reasonably sized for horse of his stature..

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"denver commission" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:52 min | 10 months ago

"denver commission" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"Couple. Of. Months. Ago. So in six months, you're going to build a global museum I'm. Pretty. Good. Yeah. So, it's been A. Honestly. It's full on. So this is cool because this is something that that is absolutely accessible dependent and it doesn't matter which ended the beach you're on, can go to vulne and check it out. But then there's the complete opposite of an online exhibit. The polar opposite if you will, which was your incredibly. Physical, physically interactive community building project in Denver. US called happy city. Think of. Those the Vohma and happy city are. Get the similar spirit, but they are absolutely the opposite end right. The project's purpose was to break down personal emotional and social barriers while nurturing individual and collective well-being through art and related programming. In fact, the city of Denver commissioned retrospective study which I read last night. If, these purposes were achieved and in their study showed that your art show, which ought you describe a real quick but it boosted empathy altruism, happiness levels, and even reduced feelings of social isolation. Correct, that's incredible. Right through. Your defeats it Yeah Yeah Yeah the WHO would have thought I. I'm sorry I missed it can tell us about it. Well, the. I mean wedgie start. Sending it was a lot of work. It's a couple of years to. Work on it, but I can talk about some of the pieces. So one of the main pieces was an emotional baggage drop that I built for the main train station union station, and you could go into this kind of booth a bit like you kind of a confessional and there was a Letterman of privacy but you go I content with a stranger and you were one on one and you just shed a burden with a stranger was looking in their eye and they said Yeah I've heard that. Thanks for sharing that, and that's now released and then they left and someone else came in and then you hurt their issued problem whatever they were carrying and what we found was when people less fearful of strangers in public space. Interesting things happen. They're more likely to hand in a wallet if they find it on the floor, then more likely to believe people are kind the not kind. And a variety of other things. So Saddam piece work very well. Then there was happiness HQ I bell which you can come in and color and paint together roundtables community, and then we took him he's artificial cloud machines time. Hate they laugh. Amazing. The kind of like how she you discover a light smiley faces night of clouds float in the Sky the light smileys, and we took a whole Lotta neighborhoods in the outskirts to bring communities together because when people sharing inexperience inexperienced together instantly have a connection. An art does that because our is looked at were experienced by multiple people at the same time you've got something in common. So happy clouds tend to do that. Then there would walks and. I made joint sculpture finale way which looked like a smiley face that was squashed by the buildings on either side and it was about. Point. For you. That Senate that's an iconic Stuart Applebee's. So, of has become a bit. Strange..

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"denver commission" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I really thought he was on his way to being out much like yes, a against Lee, therefore when the ref stopped it there was that reaction like what are you doing that for you know, because he hadn't gone out. But it looked to me like he was on the verge after seating so motion, which we can all be judge isn't refs. Then because the raft doesn't have that angle. You know, what I mean yet, look like, obviously, the raft could have got made a gone longer others saying just let them go out. But you know, as far as replace concern that wouldn't have they can't bring them back in and do anything all it's gonna do is talk. About how the fight should be rendered in the form of when the announcer says, hey, it's going to be ruled a no contest disqualification TKO submission, this that or whatever. But it doesn't change the course of the fact other than if do you did size. They wanna run it back. But those were my initial thoughts, and I really didn't too much with the ref. Would you think I gotta blame the ref on this one man, I, you know, I also bags? I'm calling out the Denver commission for the funniest looking rafts and two mills the guy looks like Jim Norton, but intimidate defense. He's been around since you've see that's right usually fight night thirteen Dan, Tom fighting at the has to bring up so the guy's been around. But he's looked like a deer in headlights from that event. And he looked like a deer in headlights in this one. I feel bad calling it out because you know, I I pick skelly and and did a little sprinkle on them. So I feel anything I say is going to sound like bias or sour grapes. But the reason why I was upset about it was one the protocol of it. I don't agree that we finally have instant replay. But we're using it to have essentially a ref official. She ate his own call now at one point they did have a senior official member sitting next to him having the re explain to them what the call is. And I do believe that is an should be part of the protocol. But ultimately at the end of the day. I feel like they need to be better about correcting their mistake. If if he makes them if Tim mills makes a mistake, he gets the same paycheck at the end of the day. Okay. If he can just you know, suck his ego in and say we make a mistake as referees. And and, but but it affects the fighters paycheck, which is part and the second part what I get upset as I do with glasses here on a radio show. But yes, yes, I've grappled a lot and one of my favorite positions that Dar's position. And I actually love when guys get it on me. I know how to defend in reverse from there and find myself in there, quite a lot. And I know the defenses from it and Chas skelly was doing everything he had to do defensively. Even the way he explains it into post fight interview that's up on him, junkie dot dotcoms YouTube channel chess Kelly explains a perfectly he's keeping space separated between his shoulder and neck to keep that airway open. He's moving his feet and walking with him. So he doesn't get crunched in and his Airways cut off. He cleared. His arm initially. It was real trouble. Look like, I quit Mitch Clarke, you guys wanna go reference that by why Quinta Kat kind of like in reverse weird reversed arse off the cage. It looked like it wasn't trouble. But he did escape, and and and, you know, the whole limp arm thing is BS because one how do you know, the arm is limp unless you touch it. So so by that nature, the referee better have a dang good explanation for stopping the fight. He can't say it's because the arm was he wouldn't have known that if you weren't in their to stop it. So what caused you to stop it? And he says is was fluttering which you know, that story changed as well..

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"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Up is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. Here's the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Make the DACA couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is same policy across Twenty-three, Cal State campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change it. Also, fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Where students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he wanted the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another requests for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court judge said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violating his religious beliefs that senior vice president. Christian Wagner diverg, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's happy to serve the attorney and lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. Did express messages or celebrates events that contradict deeply release. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State or the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to q dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people behind defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the free exercise clause with the supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senators like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri..

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"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You get to align to thinning freedom goes in his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. He is the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center and LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Nathan Apodaca couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is the same policy across Twenty-three, Cal State campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change it. Eighty f- is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Were students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he won at the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another request for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court just said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs senior, vice president Kirsan Wagner Evert, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict deeply Royce. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission. It insists on fourth Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State for the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to Q Hewitt dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people behind alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the exercise clause with the new supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senders like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri. Like, Rick Scott in Florida. Mike Braun in Indiana. We increase our Senate majority and keep the good judges.

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"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For two more days any dollar you get to align defending freedom goes in his doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed by the us military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. He is the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center in LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars make DACA couldn't get five hundred dollars book. This is same policy across twenty three. Cal State, Paul campuses and eighty f- is fighting to change. It ADF is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college. Were students at that young Americans for freedom for liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing out copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he wanted the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another requests for this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court judge said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally enforcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs that ADF senior vice president Kirsan Wagner diverg, Kristen Wagoner on this show. Jack serves all customers. He's happy to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict his deeply relief. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips permits dropbox and Cal State or the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to q dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people bind alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the free exercise clause with the supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senators like Martha mcsally and John.

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"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Get defending freedom goes doubled in their work. Now, this is important because for example, free speech on campus. Is defending Nathan Apodaca currently deployed, by the way, US military. He's a student. Cal State university, San Marcos. Here's the president of the students for life pro-life group. They denied him five hundred dollars to bring a speaker to campus the campus gender equity center LGBTQ TA pride center received over two years. Two hundred ninety six thousand four hundred ninety eight dollars. Make that DACA. Couldn't get five hundred dollars. Look, this is same policy across Twenty-three Cal State campuses. Eighty f- is fighting to change it eighty is also fighting with Michigan's Kellogg community college where students at that young Americans for freedom. Liberty chapter were arrested arrested for passing up copies of the constitution. They continue to support Jack Phillips Jack is the Baker in masterpiece cake shop, and what you need to know about that is that as soon as he won at the high court. A new case was brought against him before the same Denver commission. Colorado human rights commission that was thrown out by the supreme court and chastised by the supreme court in June. Another request for a K this time, celebrating gender transition. From male to female. They were wanted someone came in in order to cake celebrating that Jack turn it down. So another complaint filed before the Colorado, civil rights commission. Quote, the same agency that the supreme court just said his hostile to Jack Phillips remains committed to treating him unequally and forcing him to express messages and violate his religious beliefs that senior vice president Kirsten Wagner Evert, Kristen Wagner on this show. Jack serves all customers he's happy to serve the attorney lodges complaint against him. But Jack doesn't create custom cakes. That expresses messages or celebrate events that contradict his deeply religious. Apparently that isn't enough for the commission insists on forcing Jack to celebrate ideas and events that violate his fate. Eighty apple never stopped defending Jack Phillips drop a Dhaka and Cal State for the students in Michigan anyone in the United States on any religious liberty issue. But they need your help. Right. You've got to go and give them your help. You can call. Today. Eight six six seven hundred ten sixty eight six six seven hundred ten sixty or go to Hewitt dot com. I wanted to come in today voice challenge, though. I am to make sure that we reach goal and get people alliance defending freedom. They are exactly what we need done right now, which is the protection of the exercise clause with the new supreme court. And by the way, the reason you vote for senders like Martha mcsally and John James in Arizona and Michigan like, Josh Holly in Missouri. Like, Rick Scott in Florida. Mike Braun in Indiana. We increase our Senate majority and keep the good judges and.

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"denver commission" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

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"denver commission" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

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"denver commission" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"October two let's just say it's october how long ago was october two thousand three mm hmm lie carshield calculators doing i hear about these thinking in october of two thousand three four team years ago four t now i just to give you a little healed the number four team is greater they the number two in october two thousand three mayor he can luper appointed members to the denver commission to end homelessness become the commission protests are not yes i where i'm laughing at there will not laughing of homeless people i'm laughing arab these liberal y'all homes the commission participated in an intensive community planning process with a mandate a mandate you know i just under with a mandate is one of the mandate is bliss just get to the dictionary mandate mail fraud first iu an official order or commission to do something a mandate to seek the release of political prisoners as an example mandate number two the authority to carry out a policy or course of action regarded as given by the electorate to a candidate or party that is victorious in an election a sick leader living beyond his mandate let's go we are example isn't as a verb to give someone authority to act in a certain way or to require something to be done make mandatory the government began mandatory better car mandating better karsli fdi so what does it have to do with the mayor john hickenlooper now governor hickenlooper you know for a guy that likes to tell the private sector he spent a lawful longtime living off government deep in october two thousand trump are ring directly from the website denvercom of um i will tell you what it is you in october two thousand three mayor hickenlooper appointed members to the denver denver commission to end homelessness the commission participated in an intensive community planning process with a mandate to create a plan to end homelessness in ten years but commissioner includes forty one representatives from various stakeholder groups deal you've got to be a member of a stakeholder group we are not cool including.

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"denver commission" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Good to pitch arena refused to make camera the order but he made yeah order to i'm not on his pizza and they said nope then i well there's there's a big and i mean like i'm very angry debate about adding pineapple to trip it's us that regard less yes an issue it's not a menu i don't really offer didn't get to order i'm and you i don't next not offered i don't know engine veteran i love it we don't serve pineapple it but i want my i get that we don't sir pineapple here this is not hard to figure out we had thirteen other top teams pick what right it pineapple isn't on the rest you don't get pressure and i don't know if that is accused or not you think they happen right now paul adult start pineapple which is not starting you kind of don't know the answer but pineapple was a traditional hopping repeat sirius to carry well i mean game and we'll know because and they're who are angry all over the place outing right now out with the pepper owning now we are visiting printable him pizza a good hernandez up on that oh yeah hello interesting i know angry about it i'm just like in order lips was talk about it if you think rebound another that's kind of how i you know that works here in america in you know like in order it in let's move her and like not much my high now i'm not to be a pineapple pusher and a tell you that you have to like pineapple and playing out le'veon if you don't want pineapple aplin pineapple on every deep that yeah and you know there is less they're going to and driver's license you never know it right just if you know how tall your my drivers biting when twelve thousand people in colorado renew their denver commission and at their height missed printed due to an error by their software he is old and the produces the documents that of the the the soccer the produce the doctors from state made.

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"denver commission" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"denver commission" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

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