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Texans and Oklahoma City bomber – all the same to Reuters / Connecticut College professor

by Craig Masters Did these guys die in Vain? Reuters makes no apologies for a leftist college professor who says the Oklahoma City bomber and Texans should be studied as one phenomenon. Reuters is often caught slanting their reporting as far … Continue reading

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Lerner freely talking to DOJ, but not Congress tea party attorney says

By Jack Minor –   Giving further ammunition to critics who believe the Obama administration is attempting to cover up wrongdoing in the IRS scandal involving the targeting of conservative groups were told a shocking claim by an attorney representing … Continue reading

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Colorado lawmakers lawsuit against constitutional amendment limiting taxes moves forward

By Jack Minor –   A bizarre lawsuit by Colorado lawmakers arguing that a state constitutional amendment requiring them to go to voters before raising taxes has been allowed to move forwards after a ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit … Continue reading

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Tuesday is Caucus Day

by Craig Masters Caucus is as good as it gets in citizen politics. But in a country founded with a government specifically limited in its powers, the caucus too has joined most of the guarantees of the Constitution as the … Continue reading

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Judge: “Gay” rights trump First Amendment

WND -Another judge has ruled homosexuals have a right not to be offended that supersedes First Amendment religious rights. In the latest case, a Denver cake baker must make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple’s wedding even if the … Continue reading

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Armed park rangers held tourists in lockdown after shutdown commenced

In what seemed like something out of a police state from Nazi Germany or the former Soviet Union, a new report has emerged that in the immediate aftermath of the shutdown, armed park employees engaged in what a tour bus … Continue reading

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Shredded Constitution Means We Live On Borrowed Time

By Mike McCune —   The Constitution is under mass attack by progressive politicians. For this reason alone, the best news that could happen is a government shutdown to protect this document that contains all the principles on which this civil government … Continue reading

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Loveland fracking petition heading to court

Reporter Herald — Now facing a lawsuit, Loveland city councilors on Tuesday hotly debated their options for a citizen-initiated ordinance that seeks a moratorium on fracking within the city.   The discussion, which continued past deadline late Tuesday night, came … Continue reading

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Newspapers refuse to run ad that could dispel presidential eligibility questions

by Peter Grady –   The nation’s largest newspapers have refused to run an ad for a documentary that makes allegations that if true would torpedo claims that Barack Obama is not constitutionally qualified for the office.   The documentary, … Continue reading

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Government using Spanish soap opera to encourage food stamp use

by Matt Lacy –     The USDA is continuing its program of encouraging greater numbers of Americans to sign up for food stamps with a new program aimed at Spanish speaking people.   During the Republican presidential primary season, … Continue reading

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Aurora police chief apologizes for “inconvenience” to citizens

By Craig Masters The city of Aurora police chief stepped up to the cameras and microphones and apologized for the “inconvenience” to citizens caught up in bank robber apprehension Monday. But the chief was solid in his support for the … Continue reading

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Georgia judge rules Obama must be eligible to appear on ballot

by Jack Minor – While multiple court cases over Obama’s eligibility to be President have been dismissed without ever hearing the merits of the case, a judge in Georgia has said the President must meet the constitutional demands of the … Continue reading

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Administration officials say Obama has sole power to declare citizen’s enemies

by Matt Lacy – A pair of lawyers for the Obama administration said the president has sole discretion to define who is an enemy and that U.S. citizens with that designation are legitimate military targets. Government lawyers, CIA counsel Stephen … Continue reading

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FEC allows foreigner to run for president

by Jack Minor – An individual who was born in another country, but later became naturalized, has been given permission to run as a presidential candidate by the Federal Elections Commission. Abdul Karim Hassan filed a request with the FEC … Continue reading

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Greeley 9/12 Group to host school board candidate forum

by Jack Minor The District 6 school board candidates will be available for questioning at the Greeley 9/12 group this coming Wednesday. The meeting will be moderated by Brian Britton, head of the group. Britton will ask the candidates several … Continue reading

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Greeley/water ‘speak up’ session only attracts 20

By Vanessa Dominguez    – Greeley City Council held a Speak-Up session about water resources and the city’s financial condition. The worry over not having enough water in the future was a topic John Monson has a solution for. John Monson, … Continue reading

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Nebraska veteran discharged over Obama eligibility issue wants to conduct church revivals

  by Jack Minor – An Air Force enlisted man who was quickly discharged after he began questioning Obama’s eligibility to be president has said he would like to go around the country conducting revival meetings in churches regarding America’s … Continue reading

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Greeley’s Rubber Stamp City Council

By Dr. Michelle Bellini  – The Greeley City Council meeting July 19th was an excellent example of democracy – Russian-style democracy, that is. The meeting began on a very positive note. Our very own City Manager, Roy Otto, was awarded … Continue reading

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Tribune mocks Lakin, ignores legitimate discrepancies into Obama birth issue

The Tribune once again took a swipe at a decorated soldier from Greeley who simply asked for a document that the President finally released last week.  Using mocking words, the Tribune, in an editorial, appears to take pleasure in Lt. … Continue reading

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Release of Obama’s birth certificate shows power of alternative media

It’s finally happened. After three years of Americans asking one simple question, he finally answered us.  “Where’s the birth certificate?” had been asked by millions of Americans. The request was for information that each member of the  public is asked to … Continue reading

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Reese? Judge For Yourself

Guest Column By Sam Hill www.greeleyreport.com It’s so interesting to observe failing systems propping up other failing systems.  That’s why it came as no surprise when the ailing, failing Lib Trib came out with yet another whack and attack piece against … Continue reading

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Commanding General still has not “approved” Lakin sentence despite serving nearly half of sentence

by Jack Minor  Lt. Col. Lakin, an Army Physician convicted for disobeying orders after being rebuffed by his chain of command regarding questions concerning President Obama’s eligibility to be commander-in-chief, has not had his sentence formally certified by his commanding … Continue reading

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No Permit Concealed-Carry – Good Idea?

By Mike Bauman Freshman Colorado Representative Chris Holbert, R-Parker, has introduced a bill that would allow any law abiding citizen of Colorado to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.  House Bill 1205, while facing a difficult battle for confirmation, … Continue reading

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Excellence in Education: Sue Bridgman

By Mike Bauman Parents and students of Mountain View Academy will tell you one of their favorite imports from Canada is not a product, but a person; fourth grade teacher, Sue Bridgman. A naturalized US citizen, Bridgman is one of … Continue reading

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City with strictest gun control laws has most officers killed by gunfire

By Mike Bauman The City of Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the nation.  Up until a few months ago, it was illegal for a private citizen to own or possess a handgun anywhere within … Continue reading

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Colorado Ballot 2010 – The Initiatives

  By Jack Minor This election year Colorado voters will have a variety of amendments that will reduce taxes and muzzle legislators’ ability to raise taxes. Several other issues will be decided as well, including whether an individual in the … Continue reading

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CAN CITIZENS FORM THEIR OWN GRAND JURY AND INDICT POLITICIANS FOR CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR

By Jim Frazier An organization called the “American Grand Jury.org” has convened a Grand Jury and indicted President Obama for the crime of treason. Will their indictment be acknowledged in a U.S. District court of law? Are common citizens able … Continue reading

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CITIZEN ARREST – WHEN, WHERE, HOW AND WHY

By Jim Frazier The recent journey by Gary Faulker to Pakistan to arrest Osama Bin Laden brings up questions about citizen arrest. “Actually citizens have more powers of arrest than police,” said Hal Von Luebbert, a former police officer who … 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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Lakin’s Right.

Article II, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution states: “No Person except a natural born citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President;…” … Continue reading

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