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Transforming continues

The government continues to say we are in an economic recovery. China has devalued its currency. Home foreclosures are up over last year. J Street, the hate group and anti-Jewish organization calling itself pro-Israel receives major funding from George Soros … Continue reading

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The Communist States of America

By Matt Barber A preferred ploy of left-wing change agents is to ridicule critics when they point out the undeniable parallels between the goals of today’s “progressive” movement, to include the Democratic Party in general, and the goals of the … Continue reading

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Ukrainians have shown US it can be done

by Craig Masters Once again Obama has demonstrated there is no depth to which he will not slither. His list of treasonous acts just keeps growing. Sadly, unlike the rugged Ukraine people who saw their government had crossed the line … Continue reading

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U.S. poised to Increase Energy Exports

by Craig Masters Middle East energy market analysts have reviewed several major reports of world energy watchers and their predictions are being reported – but not yet by the Obama administration. According to reports distributed in the Middle East and … Continue reading

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Local doctor warns Greeley residents of danger from contaminated drugs

A Colorado psychiatrist and talk show host has been warning people that generic  drugs from some foreign sources are having dangerous reactions in patients due to lack quality control standards by manufacturers.   Dr. Russell Johnson, a psychiatrist in Greeley, … Continue reading

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Women won’t need to be combat fighters.

by Craig Masters The subject line of this week’s military newsletter read: “17% of Marines Would Leave Over Women in Combat.” With the approval of the transfer to China of defense critical battery technology, our defense department spent millions of … Continue reading

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These are truly confusing times in America

by Craig Maasters It is only February, and already this year the administration has announced it is allowing the transfer to China of the high technology battery systems for weapons and defense guidance on which the American taxpayers invested millions … Continue reading

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First Clinton, now Obama move China decades forward with America’s technology

by Craig Masters If the Bernie Madoff ponzi scheme was the greatest financial theft in history, the Obama stimulus money for green energy is a close second and closing. The latest losses to American taxpayers is the selling of ‘green … Continue reading

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Will NASA’s Mars menu help Obama feed the middle-class?

by Craig Masters Regardless of what else you may think about Obama’s policies, religious ideology, reports filled with false numbers, or unconstitutional implementation of laws, the one area where there is no doubt is that he believes the economic plan … Continue reading

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Blind Chinese dissident could soon be free

by Jack Minor — A blind  Chinese dissident who exposed China’s forced abortion policy, could soon  be free in the West if US and Chinese officials are able to successfully  iron out a deal to secure his asylum. Bob Fu … Continue reading

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China engaging in military buildup while US cuts forces

by Matt Lacy – An expert on Communist China says the United States could be making a grave mistake by cutting back on defense spending while China is doing just the opposite. Beijing recently announced a new defense budget of … Continue reading

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Federal Judge moves March 8, to July 9

by Craig Masters Millions of procrastinators have put off de-bugging the DNS Changer virus from their computers. March 5, federal Judge Denise Cole extended the cut-off date for the FBI servers another 120 days ending July 9, 2012; at least … Continue reading

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Yen-Yuan, when Keystone hangs in the balance, what’s in a name?

by Craig Masters On January 17, the Greeley Gazette posted an article authored by Craig Masters recapping town-hall style meetings held in the area by U.S. Congressman, Cory Gardner. The Keystone XL pipeline was one of the topics the congressman … Continue reading

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Water, Jobs and Oil were topics fielded by U.S. Congressman Gardner in Monday’s town hall meetings.

The congressman noted that January 24, the scheduled date for the State of the Union address, will mark the 1000-day anniversary since the senate passed a federal budget. He explained that the current republican-led House of Representatives has sent several … Continue reading

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NARAL opposes bill banning abortions based on sex, race

by Peter Grady – Pro-abortion groups are opposed to a bill in Congress that would prevent abortions based on the sex or race of the baby. The Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2011 is scheduled … Continue reading

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(This is the 3rd in a series of articles designed to shed some light on why the economic recession has defied expert projections of a recovery and continues on its path to collapse.)

    It is amusing to listen to the dire saber rattlings coming from Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s about a threatened downgrade of the U.S. dollar by those two rating agencies. They can threaten until the cows come home … Continue reading

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Greeley Gazette Opinion :

 The argument about President Obama’s birthright can no longer be settled. Any middle school kid with average computer skills can create a fake birth certificate. Frankly, I don’t think they even did as good a job as I would have. … Continue reading

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China Considers Drilling in Cuban Waters

By Mike Bauman  As crude oil prices continue to rise due to increased demand from emerging economies and decreased supply due to unrest in the Middle East, Americans are feeling the pinch at the pump.  Rules put in place after last … Continue reading

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General Motors Likely to Regain Number 1 Spot

By Mike Bauman A scant three years after filing bankruptcy and receiving a huge government bailout, General Motors is likely to overtake Japan’s Toyota for the world’s biggest automaker in 2011.  GM’s status was boosted by the earthquake and tsunami … Continue reading

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Will China Over-take the US’s Economy

By Mike Bauman It has made great news and the public is listening-  China is now the world’s second largest ecomony.  In fact, a recent poll indicated that 44% of Americans believe China is the world’s top economic power. However, … Continue reading

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Government attacked First Amendment on all fronts in 2010

By Jack Minor While there have been Government assaults on the First Amendment throughout the history of America, 2010 featured bipartisan attacks on all major forms of media. In a move contrary to the stated wishes of Congress and the … Continue reading

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24th annual celebration of Potato Day

By Vanessa Dominguez Potato Day has been a tradition in Greeley since October 1895. It started out with potatoes being baked and served to thousands of people. It was an event that people would travel from miles around to celebrate … Continue reading

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Pauline Bingham Spoelstra,

Pauline Bingham Spoelstra, 98, of Littleton, formerly of Greeley died at The Gardens of Columbine assisted living facility in Littleton on June 29, 2010. She was born on May 9, 1912 to John and Elizabeth Manuel in Holton, Kansas. She … Continue reading

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Cities get creative in attempt to get Google bid

by Jack Minor, for The Greeley Gazette Greeley submitted a bid to have the city considered for Google’s Think Big project. Several cities have gotten creative in their attempts to woo the company in their favor. The leaders in Topeka, … Continue reading

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