Our esteemed Executive Vice President, Amy Oliver Cooke, has returned from the Trump star-chamber to bless us with her presence once again. With President Trump’s inauguration comes the end of her work on the EPA transition team. We’re all treating her with the deference she demands because she says she can get us all deported with a single phone call. She already had Kopel sent to a re-education facility.
The reaction to the transition at the EPA has been spectacular. According to the media reports the EPA is now under draconian “gag” orders. Amy tells us the real story in her piece for CompleteColorado.com.
Be sure to watch Devil’s Advocate this Friday night as Amy joins me to talk about her experience serving on President Trump’s EPA transition team. Then Colorado Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert sits down to discuss the debate over transportation funding in the legislature. That’s Friday at 8:30 PM on Colorado Public Television, channel 12. Rebroadcast Monday at 12:30 PM.
Our former high school intern, DeMarco Randall, and Freedom Minute rock star, Jordan Smith, were featured in the Denver Post last week for their speeches at the National School Choice Week Rally. Both spoke about how the opportunity to choose their own educational paths – opportunity our Education Policy Center works tirelessly to provide for all Colorado children – has impacted their lives. Read the full article here.
One of the coolest things about our headquarters, the Freedom Embassy, is the sheer number of different groups that pass through our doors. When we acquired this building we wanted it to become a place where groups would feel safe to contribute to the cause of liberty. We’re the safe-zone for freedom.
We’ve had everyone from vaping advocates to Caucus members use our building for events, meetings, and coalitions. Last week, we opened our doors to members of the Mexican Parliament asking for our input on how to battle corruption in government. In related news, there’s corruption in government, even in Mexico.