Posts Tagged ‘ball’

Renewable energy, oil, taxes and – huh!

by Craig Masters The coming campaigns are beginning to take shape.  As I watch the ads on television I have become confused over the basic motivation for some and the whole concept of others. Thinking I might not be the only one, I thought some of the best informed readers in the world might be […]

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Pro Second Amendment billboard blasted by Bloomberg anti-gun group

By Jack Minor –   An anti-gun group funded by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is demanding bill boards featuring a semi-automatic rifle as being just as American as apple pie and baseball be taken down, calling the message “harmful.”   The billboard in question is sponsored by Slide Fire, a firearms parts […]

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Obama doubling down on executive powers

Coming on the heels of arguments before the United States Supreme Court over the president’s authority, Obama appears to be doubling down, saying he has no intention of waiting for Congress in order to advance his agenda.   During his first cabinet meeting of the year, President Obama said if Congress refuses to pass his […]

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Banks Disappear In Economic Weakness

By Mike McCune —   To paraphrase President Obama, “I took my eye off the [real economic] ball.” For that I apologize to Rant readers.   While trying to keep up with the messes scattered by this Administration–Benghazi, NSA, IRS, Syria, monetization of the debt, etc.–I took my eye off the economic ball. Today the oversight […]

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Iran reportedly behind Boston attack

by Peter Grady –   A former member CIA spy in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard says a source within Iranian intelligence agencies claimed the Iranian government is behind the terrorist bombing in Boston on Monday.   According to Reza Kahlili, who writes for WND, his source said not only was the Iranian government behind the […]

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Poor Recovery Doesn’t Eliminate Recession Yet

by Mike McCune   Sometimes you have to wonder if Wall Street insiders are even aware of what is going on beyond Wall Street’s narrow perspective. The case in point is an article by Lawrence “Larry” Kudlow. (1)   In his written analysis, Kudlow admits the “‘fiscal cliff’ tax hike still hangs like the sword of […]

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Abortion supporter attacks, breaks hip of 69 year old man

by Peter Grady – The abortion lobby has once again remained silent when an elderly pro-lifer was violently assaulted, bringing back memories of a similar lack of condemnation when a pro-choicer murdered another pro-life supporter several years ago.   On June 30, Everett Stadig, a 69-year old petition gatherer, was thrown off  his bicycle while […]

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Firefighter, resident burned in early morning fire

  by Jack Minor –   Two people, including a firefighter, were burned in an early morning fire caused by a burning propane cylinder.   The fire occurred at 1723 Montview Road in Greeley and firefighters were called at 1:35 a.m. on Wednesday.   One of the occupants had suffered first and second degree burns […]

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How will UNC Bankruptcy affect students?

by Craig Masters      – – Opening for its first students in 1854 with no less a prestigious president than Horace Mann, founder of American public education, Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, was bankrupt and ceased operations just before the seniors finished their final term in the spring of 2008. Imagine that you are a […]

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The Rant

I believe the Republicans lost last in week’s “government shutdown” fiasco. The Republicans should have allowed the government to shutdown for as long as necessary to get a balanced budget and stop the Washington gravy train once and forever. So pardon me if I do not dance up and down for joy because the politicians […]

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Indoors can be just as fun as out

by Vanessa Dominguez During those cold winter days, your toddler may get the indoor blues. There are many fun things you can do to cheer him up and make it bright inside even though it’s cold outside. Now that your toddler is older, he loves to help you; let him help sweep (with your supervision), […]

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Mommy’s Corner

By Vanessa Dominguez There is nothing more priceless than looking into your toddler’s eyes and hearing her sweetly say, “Mama” or “Dada,” or experience those sweet hugs she has started to give. They give you that feeling that her life is a blessing and you think to yourself how worth it everything is now that […]

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Spotlight on Business: Work Out West

By Rebekah Elliott If you’re looking for the cleanest facility, friendliest staff, and best equipment in a gym Work Out West fits the bill. The staff focuses on whole body wellness and supports that with the Polar body system, where you can find out your internal age through a series of tests. The gym has […]

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Fight over immigration laws

If it wasn’t so painful it would be amusing to watch the fight over immigration laws, rights and the political posturing from the various entities. But any American can’t get past the pain to enjoy the show. There are basically three sides and, to no observer’s surprise, all have flaws that undermine their respective arguments. […]

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How to improve your little one’s language skills

By Vanessa Dominguez, The Greeley Gazette When your baby makes her first cooing sound it can be a magical moment. This is the beginning of her language journey and you can help her along the way. The first form of communication you and your baby will have is learning her cries. She will have a […]

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