Political Coffee with Jeff Kropf

Should civic orgs and churches offer drug addiction services instead of government funding? https://www.wweek.com/news/2023/09/27/eight-moms-one-house-and-a-road-map-out-of-drug-addiction/ 
Target closing three stores in Portland because of lawless criminal behavior: https://www.wweek.com/news/business/2023/09/26/three-portland-targets-will-close-including-downtown-store/ 
Philly chaos with riots and looters arrested: https://www.fox29.com/news/police-responding-to-reports-of-looting-in-center-city
Legislative days begin today to tackle drug, homeless, PAC12 issues during the interim: https://www.oregonlive.com/politics/2023/09/state-lawmakers-to-hold-meetings-this-week-on-homelessness-addiction-tolling.html 
Your tax dollars at work: FEMA pays 1.3M for funerals for same person during Covid: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2023/09/fema-spent-1-3-million-paying-twice-funerals/ 
Breast feeding mothers pass mRNA to their children says new study: https://www.theepochtimes.com/epochtv/breastfeeding-mothers-pass-mrna-from-covid-shots-onto-their-infants-5498983?utm_source=braze&utm_medium=pushnotification&utm_campaign=braze 
CA quietly repeals law that punishes Dr.s for Covid misinformation: https://www.theepochtimes.com/epochtv/california-bill-punishing-doctors-for-spreading-covid-misinformation-quietly-repealed-laura-powell-5498868?utm_source=braze&utm_medium=pushnotification&utm_campaign=braze 

What is Political Coffee with Jeff Kropf?

A Long-time radio host with his own show as well as backing up as host for nationally syndicated broadcasts, Jeff is a fifth generation Oregon farmer, aviator, professional musician, former State Legislator, lobbyist, real estate developer, small business owner, firefighter, and served as an embedded broadcaster with Oregon National Guard in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Jeff is a former Oregon State Representative and fifth generation Oregon farmer from Sublimity, Oregon. Kropf served as Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee for two legislative sessions and served two sessions on the Transportation and Ways and Means subcommittees.

He also leads the state chapter of Americans for Prosperity.