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I’ m from EPA and I’m here to help Colorado

In the footsteps of the great poitical satirists of our time, the next great comedian will undoubtedly bring audiences to their feet with applause for the use of the phrase,” EPA Expertise. ” The reality is that IF an engineer … 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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Fracking on Loveland Council Agenda

by Craig Masters Illegal activities – not drilling, caused the Dunkard Creek fish kill Fracking, the very word brings out the emotional images of burning water and children writhing in pain from cancer ridden organs. After watching from the sidelines … Continue reading

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Obama’s economy: Multiple companies announce layoffs following reelection

by Matt Lacy –   Showing an incredible vote of “no confidence” in President Obama’s economy, several companies immediately announced a wave of layoffs with many more to follow.   During the election, Obama insisted the economy under his watch … Continue reading

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Voting choices for Food and Fuel

by Craig Masters Since Obama took office in 2009, fuel costs have more than doubled. We have seen the mandated increased use of ethanol and bio-fuels like E-85 and bio-diesel but still the prices at the pump continue to rise to … Continue reading

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Social Security Program A Lifetime Expense

by Mike McCune —   In 1975, during a sumptuous dinner with my grandparents, my grandfather was harping about the paltry sum he was receiving for Social Security. That led to a rather spirited argument because I vehemently disagreed with him for … Continue reading

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Xcel says new EPA rules not expected to have major impact in Colorado

Valmont power station in Boulder by Peter Grady – While new regulations on mercury and other pollutants could cause XCEL customers to experience brownouts and blackouts as plants are forced to close due to the new rules, consumers in Colorado are … Continue reading

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Labor unions force down what otherwise could have been expanded.

If you haven’t renewed you vehicle registration yet this year, you will soon learn that Weld County car owners have to hand government another fistful of their money. This time it goes for “Clean Air Clean Jobs”. That’s the “name” … Continue reading

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Power company shutting down five coal plants, retiring units at another six, cites high cost of regulation as cause

  by Jack Minor             A large mid-western power company has announced it will be closing five coal-powered plants and retiring units at another six, to comply with pending environmental regulations which it says are … Continue reading

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Genghis Khan “green” conqueror?

– By Jack Minor – A new report claims that one of history’s most ruthless conquerors was a “green” warrior who helped reduce global warming. The Carnegie Institute’s Department of Global Ecology conducted a study comparing carbon impacts of a … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor

I asked Colorado Attorney General Southers how Americans could counter vulgar attacks on states rights and personal rights, and his response was, ‘elections matter’. So, in response to non-ballot attacks on our civil liberties, state sovereignty and the Founder’s intent … Continue reading

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