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AZ reporter reveals White House press briefings staged

By Jack Minor –   It has become a modern staple of American life, the White House daily press briefing where people see the various reporters present attempt to raise their hand in an attempt to be called upon to … Continue reading

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An Absolute Right to Refuse Service

By Matt Barber Albert Einstein once said, “Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.” He was right. In the aftermath of the Arizona religious freedom skirmish, I have a few questions for those who would presume … Continue reading

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Abortion clinics agree to illegal sex-selective abortion

by Matt Lacy –   Democrats who recently voted against a bill that would have outlawed abortions based on a child’s sex or race claimed the legislation was unnecessary, however an undercover video reveals that there are abortion clinics that … Continue reading

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Gun Control group ranks CO 13th for restricting 2nd Amendment

by Peter Grady – A gun control group has released its annual state rankings and many may be surprised to learn Colorado is the 13th most restrictive state when it comes to gun control. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun … Continue reading

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Obama picks member of “racist organization” to head Domestic Policy Council

by Peter Grady – President Obama has chosen a woman who was a former senior vice president in what some have said is a racist organization to head his Domestic Policy Council. On Tuesday, the White House issued an announcement … Continue reading

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Obama administration announces new hotline for illegal aliens

by Peter Grady – In another assault on states attempting to combat illegal aliens, the federal government has launched a new federal hotline for aliens arrested for immigration violations. In a press release on Dec. 29 announcing the hotline, Immigrations and … Continue reading

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Kagan to recuse herself: from Arizona case, not Obamacare

by Peter Grady– This election season will face two contentious issues before the Supreme Court, Obamacare, and now, Arizona’s immigration law. Last year Arizona passed SB 1070, a bill that simply mirrored federal law in regards to enforcing existing federal … Continue reading

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Colorado’s health care exchange will not stop federal takeover

by Jack Minor – A conservative think tank has warned that federal regulations will ultimately give them power of a state’s health care, even for those states, such as Colorado that have authorized health insurance exchanges. Diane Cohen, senior attorney … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform – Obama Style

  Get ready Greeley, another influx of immigrants is coming. June 30 marked the pull-out date for hundreds of National Guard troops that were deployed along the U.S. border with Mexico. They had been deployed to assist the seriously understaffed … Continue reading

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Supremes back Arizona, state can now revoke license of employers who willingly hire illegals

by Jack Minor     While the executive branch has opposed efforts in Arizona to combat illegal immigration, the state received support from the U.S. Supreme Court which upheld a law requiring businesses in the state to use a federal … Continue reading

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Edith R. Shelton

July 29, 1922 ~ June 13, 2011 Edith R. Shelton of Greeley passed away Monday, June 13, 2011. She was born July 29, 1922, in Unionville, Missouri to Frank and Ethel (Lupton) Maulsby. She graduated from Unionville High School and … Continue reading

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Who’s in Charge

Guest Column By Marvin Wirth First I laughed till I cried, then I just cried at the Bruce Broderius Editorial of June 5th in the Greeley Tribune. His arguments were so pathetic. The function of government is to protect the … Continue reading

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Georgia Passes “Arizona-style” Immigration Bill

By Mike Bauman  This week the Georgia General Assembly passed a bill that would, among other things, empower police officers to check an individual’s immigration status if the person is unable to produce any form of identification or give basic … Continue reading

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Lester O’Neil Ebersole

  July 24, 1922 ~ April 11, 2011   Lester O’Neil Ebersole, son of Roy A. and Bessie (Brenneman) Ebersole, was born in Tuleta, Texas on July 24, 1922.  He grew up in Elkhart, Indiana, and graduated from Elkhart High … Continue reading

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High court decision could help Douglas county voucher proposal

by Jack Minor  A recent Supreme court decision that critics say will embolden supporters of school vouchers could help the Douglas County school board’s plan to help pay tuition for students who choose to attend private schools.  On April 4, the … Continue reading

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Perry Adkins

Perry Adkins 46, of Greeley died on Friday, March 25, 2011 at University Hospital in Aurora. He was born on January 14, 1965 to Leon F. and Emily J. (Larrabee) Adkins in Kankakee, Illinois. He was a graduate of Northglenn … Continue reading

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Wyoming Passes “Vermont Style” Concealed Carry

By Mike Bauman On Wednesday, March 2nd, Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, signed a law permitting Wyoming residents to carry concealed handguns without obtaining a permit.  Wyoming is now the fourth state to allow what’s commonly known as “Constitutional” or “Vermont … Continue reading

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Howard William Pershing, Sr.

Howard William Pershing, Sr., of Greeley, passed away January 10, 2011.   Howard was born February 14, 1926 to Addison and Mabel (Zuhlke) Pershing.  Howard served in US Navy. He married Mary Hughes in Alaska.  He lived in Arizona before … Continue reading

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Lakin threatened with death, birthers pictured in crosshairs

By Jack Minor – – Margaret Hemenway with the American Patriot Foundation said the organization which was created to support Lt. Col. Terry Lakin during his legal proceedings has received dozens of threatening letters, emails and phone calls since its … Continue reading

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Media blames “birthers”, conservatives for left wing shooter’s rampage

By Jack Minor Members of the media have blamed Sarah Palin, “birthers” and critics of illegal immigration for a mass shooting done by a gunman whose favorite writings included the Communist Manifesto. Jared Lee Loughner allegedly opened-fire at Rep. Gabrielle … Continue reading

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Maret E. Williams

Maret E. Williams, 57 of Greeley, died on September 21, 2010 at her home. She was born on August 30, 1953 in Greeley to Clinton and Arlene (Jacoby) Williams. Maret was a paralegal in Phoenix, Arizona for many years before … Continue reading

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Harold C. Werner

September 3, 1921 ~ October 13, 2010 Harold C. Werner of Greeley died on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at his home.  He was born on September 3, 1921 in LaSalle to Simeon H. and Susanna (Wagner) Werner. Harold graduated from … Continue reading

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Carolyn Louise Miller

Carolyn Louise Miller, 81, of Payson, Arizona, formerly of Greeley, passed away on September 8, 2010.  She was born December 17, 1928 in Copan, Oklahoma to Henry John Thomison and Eva Rose Cassity Thomison. Carolyn is survived by her son-in-law … Continue reading

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State sued for “bias, lies” in describing Amendment 62

UPDATE: Denver District Judge Robert Hyatt dismissed the lawsuit. In his ruling he said writing the guide is a legislative function and he had no jurisdiction over the issue. Hyatt also said even if the courts could do something it … Continue reading

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President Criticizes Arizona in Report to UN Human Rights Commission

By Jack Minor While many in Colorado support adopting an Arizona-style immigration law, the Obama administration has criticized the state in a report sent to the United Nations Human Rights Council. In the Universal Periodic Review to the United Nations … Continue reading

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Colorado Senators Head Off Illegal Immigration Crisis

By Christy Rodriquez State Senator Scott Renfroe along with several other Colorado State Legislators toured the American border in Arizona last week. As part of the Republican Senatorial Study Committee, the group spoke with Arizona locals, ranchers, and authorities regarding … Continue reading

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The Rant

By Michael McCune The one fun thing to watch in Washington these days is the way in which Obama and his czars have completely neutralized Congress and the Supreme Court. Speaker Pelosi and Majority Whip Reid have consistently gone along … Continue reading

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Eye of God

Courtesy of Breakthechain.org The phenomenon in the amazing image above is real. The Helix Nebula is a planetary nebula about 650 light-years from Earth. It’s a popular target for astronomers because, due to its relative proximity, it’s easily viewed through … Continue reading

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Thayne Doak on Obama

In yet another of Obama’s displays of self-aggrandizement, and some could legitimately argue, desperation the President made the case for sweeping overhaul of what many believe is a broken immigration policy. To be sure, much of Obama’s speech contained little real substance … Continue reading

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Congressman gets Cancelled by One Conservative Group, gets Picked up by Two Others Following Remarks on Talk Show

By Jack Minor Rep. Steve King, a Republican Congressman from Iowa, was on the G. Gordon Liddy show June 14 discussing the Arizona immigration law. King, referring to Attorney General Eric Holder’s comments that Americans were afraid to talk about … Continue reading

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Mexican drug cartels force authorities to close portion of US to Americans

By Jack Minor In a sign of the increasing power of the drug cartels in America, U.S. authorities have warned Americans not to enter sections of Federal lands near the Arizona border with Mexico. The initial report by Fox news … Continue reading

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Maudie Snow

Maudie Snow June 18, 1921 ~ June 18, 2010 Maudie Snow of Johnstown died June 18, 2010 at North Colorado Medical Center.  She was born on June 18, 1921 in Neosho, Missouri to Jess and Maggie (Johnston) Vance.  She was … Continue reading

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Evans Fireman Suits Up to Teach Kids

By  Mike Bauman Children have long idolized firefighters.  They are awestruck by the shiny trucks and the uniforms and the equipment.  Unfortunately, when it comes to teaching fire safety, sometimes the flash outshines the message and children remember the sirens … Continue reading

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Palin: “this is our rendezvous with destiny”

Story and Photos By Jack Minor Sarah Palin, part of a trio of conservatives referenced President Ronald Reagan’s belief in America’s greatness as she spoke at a conservative rally in Denver last week.  The event sponsored by 710 KNUS also … Continue reading

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“Let’s have it all out open — in the light of day,”

By Jim Frazier Julie Gonzales, 27, a sixth generation American citizen, wants comprehensive immigration reform. To most people that term means one word: amnesty – amnesty for illegal immigrants. She disagrees. “The system is broken. We need to fix it … Continue reading

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