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A crisis of Truth in America

The opening paragraph of the Declaration of Independence contains the five “W’s”: who, what, where, when and why. In the first line following the opening paragraph, the Declaration then begins in detail by stating that the document is rooted in … Continue reading

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Cowardice ordered by Marine Commanders

by Craig Masters In an inexcusable act of cowardice in the face of facts, marines have been ordered to run and hide when danger approaches. But Maj. Gen. Juan G. Ayala, Commander Marine Corps Installations Command, whose head is probably … Continue reading

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Obama’s Lies, NSA Spies, and the Sons of Liberty: Will You Choose Dangerous Freedom or Peaceful Slavery?

By John W. Whitehead     “All governments are run by liars.”—Independent journalist I.F. “Izzy” Stone   President Obama has managed, with singular assistance from Congress and the courts, to mangle the Constitution through repeated abuses, attacks and evasions.   … Continue reading

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Convicted murderer getting new trial because no blacks on jury

A convicted murderer in a pair of horrific crimes form the 1980s has now been granted the righto a new trial for the reason that none of his jurors were African-American.   The San Francisco Chronicle reported how Steven Crittenden … Continue reading

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Lawlessness begins at the top

by Craig Masters This week we took some time to climb to the top of a mountain for some backcountry camping in Rocky Mountain National Park. We obtained our required permit and paid the fee. We rented the required bear-proof food … Continue reading

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Hickenlooper, a coward without a compass of conviction

By Craig Masters Governor Hickenlooper demonstrated once again this week just how unqualified he is to be a leader – let alone a governor. In deciding not to decide the resolution to the capital punishment case of Nathan Dunlap, Hickenlooper … Continue reading

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Records show Obama administration played “fast and loose” with bin Laden access

  by Matt Lacy –       A government watchdog agency has revealed it has obtained documents regarding cooperation from the White House with a Hollywood filmmaker to help produce a film about the death of Osama bin Laden … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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King Obama I: President uses executive power

WASHINGTON — One Saturday last fall, President Obama interrupted a White House strategy meeting to raise an issue not on the agenda. He declared, aides recalled, that the administration needed to more aggressively use executive power to govern in the face … Continue reading

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Renter’s threats result in restraining order

by Jack Minor – A restraining order has been filed against a tenant of Brett Reese after he allegedly threatened physical violence against him for attempting to collect on a late rent payment. The restraining order was issued by Judge … Continue reading

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Brett Reese’s letter to George and Kimberlee Tiba

Editor’s note: The Gazette has obtained a copy of Brett Reese’s letter which is identical to the 3rd e-mail where he is alleged to have threatened the Tiba’s. The letter was written after George Tiba allegedly threatened Reese with physical … Continue reading

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Obama happy to play the race card – again!

by Craig Masters By the time George Zimmerman was able to get to his weapon, Trayvon Martin had already delivered enough punches to have broken Zimmerman’z nose. Martin had smashed the head of the older Hispanic onto the ground repeatedly, … Continue reading

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87 year old pastor encourages Christians to continue in Christ’s service

Sweeting by Jack Minor — Christian leader and author Dr. George Sweeting, 87, is challenging baby boomers to not retire the date their AARP card arrives in the mail. Sweeting, along with his son Dr. Donald Sweeting, has written “How … Continue reading

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Author: Politics possible cause denominations suffering membership decline

by Peter Grady — The head of an “ecumenical alliance of Christians” says moving leftward politically is likely a key reason membership in the United Methodist Church, which was once the largest Protestant denomination in the US, and other mainline … Continue reading

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Marine Corps clarifies “don’t pee towards Mecca” stories

by Jack Minor – The Marine Corps has said a recent news story about Marines being told not to pee towards Mecca does not reflect Corps training or doctrine. The North County Times recently reported a story on Marines at … Continue reading

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Obama Grinch to ax Christmas tree tax, for now

image courtesy of Walter and moonbattery.com by Jack Minor – Following criticism by conservative media outlets and the public, the Obama administration has decided to delay a tax on Christmas trees. The 15 cent tax on each Christmas tree was … Continue reading

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SOLYNDRA SYNOPSIS

  The collapse of Solyndra goes far beyond the $535 million in government grants. It hits at the very heart of why our government has to be changed. Solyndra is a Republican and Democratic problem. Solyndra summarizes everything that must … Continue reading

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Local sub shops tell customers “Thanks” with $1 sandwiches

  by Jack Minor – During these difficult economic times  local Jimmy John’s sub shops offered a grand bargain for lunch September 22nd; 8-inch long subs for $1. The two Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwich shops; one at Centerplace and one on 11th … Continue reading

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Buddy Roemer running on campaign of “equality” of all donors

  by Jack Minor  — While the country focuses on Republican candidates in Iowa, another individual is running for the Republican nomination with a novel approach, limiting all campaign contributions to a $100 donation. Former Louisiana Governor, Buddy Roemer, announced … Continue reading

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Victory for Colorado: Appeals Court rules Obamacare unconstitutional

by Jack Minor  —   In a lawsuit filed by Colorado and 25 other states, a court has ruled that the President’s healthcare law forcing Americans to purchase medical insurance is unconstitutional. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals decision against … Continue reading

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Surprise! George Soros doesn’t like Brett Reese

      by Jack Minor  District Six Board of Education Director Brett Reese and others were branded for supposed hate speech by a George Soros funded group that identifies itself as being dedicated to “keeping an eye on the radical right.” … Continue reading

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Political Theatre in the House of Representatives

by Dr. Michelle Bellini Today the US House of Representatives voted down two bills related to the US military intervention in Libya. One bill was sponsored by Democrats to endorse the intervention, the other bill was sponsored by Republicans to … Continue reading

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President proposes giving more power to “death panels”

by Jack Minor   Barack Obama has called for giving an unaccountable “death panel” board even more authority to regulate health care for individuals.  While health care legislation was being debated, critics, including Sarah Palin, warned the law would create … Continue reading

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George Zimmerman

  September 22, 1925 – April 14, 2011   George Roland Zimmerman, 85, of Kersey, passed away peacefully, April 14, 2011 at Fairacres Manor in Greeley.   George was born September 22, 1925 in Alta Vista, Kansas to Reinhold and … Continue reading

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Benito “George” Tenorio Romero

May 6, 1933-March 7, 2011   After a valiant fight with cancer, Benito passed away on March 7 surrounded by his family.   He was born in Roswell, New Mexico on May 6, 1933. In the late thirties, his family came to … Continue reading

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Donald Lee Schmidt

  June 25, 1935 ~ March 7, 2011   Donald Lee Schmidt of Greeley passed away Monday, March 7, 2011 at North Colorado Medical Center.  He was born June 25, 1935 to Henry and Olga Schmidt on the farm in … Continue reading

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Frances Mae Vitt

Frances Mae Vitt November 26, 1913 ~ March 27, 2011   Frances Mae Vitt, 97, passed away Sunday, March 27, 2011, in Greeley, CO.  She was born November 26, 1913, in Fremont, Nebraska, the only child of Frank Smith and … Continue reading

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Ruth Chairez

Ruth Chairez of Greeley, Colorado went to heaven on Saturday, February 19, 2011 in Denver.   She was born on February 18, 1956 in Casa Grande, Arizona.   She is survived by three children, Adam, Sophia and Abigail Chairez, all of Greely, … Continue reading

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Consumer Confidence on a False Floor

As our economy continues to struggle out of “the recession”, the government and the Federal Reserve have continued to deny inflation exists or is so small as to be a hindrance. The Fed’s late-fall stimulus package was instituted to actually create inflation to lead … Continue reading

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Administration’s threat against Israel spells trouble for America, author says

by Jack Minor –   A U.S. announcement to press for a resolution condemning Israel’s building apartment buildings in Jerusalem and other parts of Israel will cause economic and other judgments on America according to an author of a book … Continue reading

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Lakin sentenced to six months

Staff Reports – Lt. Col. Terrence L. Lakin was sentenced today at Fort George G. Meade to six months confinement, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and dismissal from the U.S. Army. Lakin voluntarily pleaded guilty to three specifications of … Continue reading

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Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr.

Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr. May 13, 1923 ~ November 6, 2010 Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr., 87, of Greeley died Saturday, November 6, 2010 at North Colorado Medical Center.  He was born May 13, 1923 in Baltimore, Maryland to Herbert and … 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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Natural Grocers offering free food, vendor contacts on Oct 2nd

By Vanessa Dominguez Saturday, October 2nd, there will be free food, items from vendors, and nutritional information in the parking lot of Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage located at 2819 35th Avenue in Greeley. Vitamin Cottage was established by Margaret … Continue reading

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Council moves forward with .75 increase

By Vanessa Dominguez Greeley City Council voted unanimously to move forward with the potential tax increase of .75 that would go to improving roads. This issue will appear on the upcoming ballot in November. If voters pass the increase, it … Continue reading

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