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Language in “gay” laws setting stage for pedophilia rights

By Jack Minor –   As legislators and other government officials promote “gay” friendly laws, they are unwittingly laying the foundation for special protections for pedophiles, including the right to work with children, family advocates warn.   Linda Harvey of … Continue reading

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ACLU threatens schools over Gideon bibles

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Alliance Defending Freedom has sent 174 school districts in Kentucky a legal letter after the American Civil Liberties Union threatened them with litigation if any of them refuse to ban Gideon Bible distribution at their schools. The letter corrects the … Continue reading

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2012 GMC Yukon XL Denali AWD

The GMC Yukon XL is a version of the General Motors (GMC/Chevy) Suburban that has been around since 1935.  In fact, several manufacturers offered a “suburban” for years, but GM landed an exclusive trademark on the name in 1988.  For … Continue reading

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Judge blocks “gay” conversion bill

  by Jack Minor –       A federal judge has blocked enforcement of California’s “gay” conversion bill saying the bill violates the First Amendment by lacking “content and viewpoint neutrality.”       The bill, SB 1172 would … Continue reading

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Teachers union suffering decline

by Matt Lacy –   While some were portraying the recall election in Wisconsin as a referendum on unions, the National Education Association has far bigger problems facing them.   Over the past two years the organization has lost over … Continue reading

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Gingrich supporters encouraged to support Ron Paul

by Peter Grady – Following yesterday’s announcement by Newt Gingrich that he was suspending his presidential campaign for Republican nomination, a Christian leader is calling on his supporters to throw their support behind Ron Paul rather than Mitt Romney who … Continue reading

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Christian leader encourages Santorum voters to back Ron Paul

by Peter Grady — With Rick Santorum’s announcement that he was suspending his campaign, conservative organizations have begun to swing into Romney’s camp; however one evangelical leader is calling on Christians to turn their support to Ron Paul instead. Pastor … Continue reading

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Insurance companies expose Red Light money trees

By Craig Masters Greeley’s state senator, Republican Scott Renfroe, stepped up to the task of opposing the big money stream to city governments and proposed Colorado ban red light cameras. But, his efforts to get the bill out of committee … Continue reading

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Ron Paul picks up major evangelical endorsement heading into South Carolina

by Jack Minor – Ron Paul picked up a major endorsement from an evangelical leader when Dr. James Linzey, president and founder of the Military Bible Association, endorsed the candidate. Lizney, who served as a military chaplain for over 24 … Continue reading

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Tebow’s “3:16” win sure to drive critics wild

by Jack Minor – Critics of Denver Broncos quarterback, Tim Tebow, critical over public displays of his Christian faith now have an even greater reason to be upset after his stats referenced on of his favorite bible verses. Tebow’s Christianity has … Continue reading

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Exposing secrets for better government

by Craig Masters — Transparency is a popular buzzword for politicians these days. But if the thick black smoke of the Wyoming state legislature’s transparency is allowed to spread south over Weld County – God help us all. According to … Continue reading

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Group offers $5,000 religion scholarships for journalists

  by Jack Minor –   A group which helps journalists find answers to questions about religion issues they may cover is offering $5,000 scholarships for religion classes.   The Religion Newswriters Association bills itself as the world’s only association … Continue reading

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Banned book list excludes those banned by libraries themselves

by Jack Minor – The American Library Association’s banned book list features two books promoting the “gay” lifestyle, including one with graphic imagery, while neglecting to list books banned by libraries themselves opposing the “gay” movement.  Each year the ALA … Continue reading

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De-Fund the Department of Education Before its Too Late

 I was doing background research for a completely different article when I happened to open the web site of the National Education Association. I was caught up reading one article after another. Suddenly I found myself writing this open letter … Continue reading

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NEA endorses Obama, votes to double member fees to help elect candidates

    by Jack Minor The National Education Association recently endorsed Barack Obama for president. This endorsement comes a full year earlier than is normal and prior to a single Republican primary being held. At the NEA’s annual meeting in … Continue reading

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School board disallows guns anywhere, usurps state law

by Jack Minor   Members of the District 6 school board passed a rule forbidding citizens legally allowed to carry a firearm from being in any location the school holds an activity,  including museums, parks and other locations.   Under the … Continue reading

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Dr. Norman Henry “Norm” Laber

Dr. Norman Henry “Norm” Laber, 74 of Eaton, Colorado died on Friday, June 10, 2011 at the Poudre Valley Hospital in Ft. Collins.   Norm was born on February 18, 1937 in Longmont, Colorado to David and Elizabeth (Seader) Laber. … Continue reading

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Oops! NEA “discovered” they spent money on political expenditures

by Jack Minor   A complaint to the IRS claims the Colorado Education Association and other state affiliates of the National Education Association have used their tax exempt status to assist Democrat political campaigns.  In March, the Landmark Legal Foundation … Continue reading

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Neil Downing Bostick

  March 29, 1935 ~ April 11, 2011   Neil Downing Bostick of Evans, Colorado died Monday, April 11, 2011 at his home.  He was born on March 29, 1935 in Birmingham, Alabama to James Thomas and Juanita (Cherry) Bostick.  … Continue reading

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Obama vows to permit Mexican trucks on US highways

by Jack Minor   President Obama has promised Mexican president, Felipe Calderon, he would find a way to permit Mexican trucks to travel on US freeways and roads despite widespread domestic disapproval of such an action.  Under the 1994 North … Continue reading

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Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Get Number Wrong in Position Paper

by Mike Bauman In a recent statement opposing HR1205, “no permit concealed carry,” the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police, asserted, “Approximately 1,200 persons applied last year for concealed carry permits AND WERE TURNED DOWN!” However, information obtained by the … Continue reading

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Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Oppose Vermont Style Carry

By Mike Bauman The Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police have come out against No Permit or Vermont Style Concealed Carry.  The statement in its entirety follows along with responses from rank and file police officers. The police chiefs of … Continue reading

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The New CPR

By Mike Bauman The American Heart Association has announced a new procedure for conducting cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  The old procedure encouraged CPR trained individuals in an ABC technique.   The first step was to Ensure an open airway.  The next was to … Continue reading

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David Lee Coyle

David Lee Coyle, 62, of Evans, passed away February 5, 2011 in Greeley. David was born March 7, 1948 to Forrest and Esther (Jones) Coyle in Boulder Colorado.  David enlisted in the US Army in 1966 and served 3 years … Continue reading

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Reuben Haberman

January 16, 1916 to December 21, 2010 Reuben Haberman of Greeley died December 21, 2010 at Hospice and Palliative Care of Northern Colorado.  Reuben was born January 16, 1916 in Sutton, Nebraska to Henry and Ann Margaret (Dietrich) Haberman. Reuben … Continue reading

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Gary M. Strasser

53 years old Greeley, CO 80634 Gary passed on December 11th of heart disease in Greeley Colorado. Gary was a Civil Engineer that worked for the Colorado Department of Transportation with many noteworthy achievements. He loved animals and enjoyed hobbies … Continue reading

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Michael Moore contributes to WikiLeaks founder’s bail

By Mike Bauman Film maker Michael Moore has made $20,ooo of his own money available to assist WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, in his attempt to raise bail set by a British court.  Assange faces accusations of sexual assault from two … Continue reading

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Dr. Lois P. Ness

December 5, 1928 ~ November 17, 2010 Dr. Lois P. Ness of Greeley passed away on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at Bonell Good Samaritan Center.  She was born December 5, 1928, in Frederick, South Dakota, she was the youngest of … Continue reading

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Napolitano considering allowing Muslim women to pat themselves down at Airports!

By Jack Minor With the holidays fast approaching, the Transportation Safety Agency Security Administration has announced new security procedures requiring passengers selected for secondary screening to go through a machine that produces a full body scan producing a nude but … Continue reading

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Theodore “Ted” Foster

Theodore “Ted” Foster, 83, of Greeley, CO died November 8, 2011 at Hospice and Palliative Care of Northern Colorado. He was born January 1, 1927 in Delta, CO to John Patrick and Jessica Lea (Wright) Foster. Ted served in the … Continue reading

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Donald Charles Shankweiler Sr.

October 15, 1930 ~ October 3, 2010 Donald Charles Shankweiler Sr. of Greeley died Sunday, October 3, 2010 at North Colorado Medical Center. He was born October 15, 1930 in Allentown, Pennsylvania to LeRoy and Margarette (Devers) Shankweiler.  He was … Continue reading

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John Kammerzell

January 4, 1916 ~ September 26, 2010 John Kammerzell, 94, of Greeley died on Sunday, September 26, 2010 in the company of his family at Fairacres Manor. John was born in Denver on January 4, 1916 to George and Anna … Continue reading

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Republican Leaders Ditching Maes, Supporting Tancredo

By Jack Minor In a further sign of division in the Colorado governor’s race, several prominent Republicans have formally endorsed a third-party candidate over their party’s own nominee. Wednesday, the Tancredo campaign released a list of over 20 endorsements by … Continue reading

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Jim Riesberg, Local Businessman, Volunteer, State Representative

Rep. Jim Riesberg meets with a local constituent at a town hall Story and Photo By Jack Minor On Friday, August 27, the Greeley Gazette will host a debate between the two candidates for Colorado State House District 50. The … Continue reading

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Joseph L. Gomez

Joseph L. Gomez, 83, of Greeley died on Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at his home.  He was born June 9, 1927 in Peckham to Albert and Aurora (Duran) Gomez. Joseph was baptized at St. Peter’s Catholic Church and married Virginia … Continue reading

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