The James Gang Daily Roundup

The James Gang Daily Roundup

Colorado native and veteran broadcaster Scott James brings his small-town attitude and uncommon common sense to the issues of Northern Colorado, the state, and the nation to a podcast that champions “The Folks.” Come along as The James Gang Rides Again to discuss the issues of the day and highlight and empower the people that make NoCo and our nation great!

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August 24, 2021 19 min
It's about damn time I get another James Gang 2.0 Podcast Produced. Opinion lies ahead - here's the blog post associated with this podcast...
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Yet Trump and Biden have spent/proposed spending nine trillion in the last 14-months - $6 trillion in the first 100 Days of Joe Biden alone! How much is a trillion? And when will we say STOP? More in today's James Gang Daily Roundup!
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April 28, 2021 20 min
Welcome to TJG 2.0. Now, let's apply some common sense to this entire mess!
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