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Dem blames Obamacare woes on ignorance of American people

The latest excuse for Obamacare’s poor enrollment figures has taken an interesting twist as a Democratic lawmaker is now blaming the low numbers on Americans who are too dumb to know Obamacare is a law.   The remarks were made … Continue reading

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Fort Morgan Leprino plant safe from closure

Fort Morgan Times —  Leprino Foods Company announced last week that it made the decision to close its Ravenna, Neb. facility in early November.   This difficult but necessary decision is driven by the technological advances at other facilities, the … Continue reading

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Leprino consolidating string cheese operations in Colorado

Denver-based Leprino Foods Co.  is consolidating its string cheese operations in Colorado, a move that includes the closure of its Ravenna, Neb. facility in early November, the company announced. Much of the consolidation will occur at the Leprino facility in Ft. … Continue reading

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Sexuality indoctrination is headed for Colorado kindergardeners soon

by Craig Masters While the public’s eye was directed toward the debate over ‘gun control’ legislation in the Colorado senate, democrats introduced HB 13-1081 titled “Comprehensive Human Sexuality K-12 Education.” This exhaustive document is co-sponsored by Crisanta Duran (D, Dist … Continue reading

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The Death of Human Rights

by Pastor Scott Lively —   This week marks the anniversary of the adoption of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations. December 10th is International Human Rights Day. Unfortunately, this is a day celebrated mostly … Continue reading

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Kansas latest battleground over LGBT issue

by Matt Lacy — Kansas has now become the latest battleground state for special rights for homosexuals and cross-dressers. Human Relations Commissions and/or homosexual activists in Lawrence, Hutchinson, Salina, Wichita and Pittsburg have asked city governments to add “sexual orientation” … Continue reading

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Govt. official suggests double standard for “gay,” Christian printers

by Peter Grady — A Human rights commission in Kentucky is currently conducting an investigation over whether a Christian t-shirt company has the right to refuse to print a message that disagrees with its Christian values. The executive director of a … Continue reading

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Weld County employees honored by United Way

Staff Reports —   WELD COUNTY, CO – Two Weld County employees will be honored next Thursday, March 15, 2012, by the United Way of Weld County for their volunteer work with the organization.   Margie Martinez Perusek, of the … Continue reading

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Government stops Obamacare waiver program that provided exemptions to unions, Pelosi’s district

by Jack Minor Last month the Government Accountability Office reported the Health and Human Services Department had granted nearly 1,400 waivers exempting organizations from Obamacare coverage requirements. The waivers were granted for mini-med plans that have annual coverage limits. Under … Continue reading

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Doctors vs Guns: Which is more dangerous?

By Mike Bauman Taken from a recent email: Doctors (A) The number of physicians in the U.S. is 700,000. (B) Accidental deaths caused by physicians per year are 120,000. (C) Accidental deaths per physician is 0.171. Statistics courtesy of U.S. Department … Continue reading

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Morning coffee; are you tipping enough?

They deal with you first thing in the morning, whether you are grumpy or cheerful, they always have a smile on their faces. They make your low-fat sugar free snickers latte with extra cinnamon and whip cream. They perfect every … Continue reading

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State sued for “bias, lies” in describing Amendment 62

UPDATE: Denver District Judge Robert Hyatt dismissed the lawsuit. In his ruling he said writing the guide is a legislative function and he had no jurisdiction over the issue. Hyatt also said even if the courts could do something it … Continue reading

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President Criticizes Arizona in Report to UN Human Rights Commission

By Jack Minor While many in Colorado support adopting an Arizona-style immigration law, the Obama administration has criticized the state in a report sent to the United Nations Human Rights Council. In the Universal Periodic Review to the United Nations … Continue reading

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One tough bean

by Jack Minor, for The Greeley Gazette The Human Bean certainly has a lot of fans in Greeley.  When the coffee franchise closed down last December, many people noticed immediately.  It was unclear at the time what had happened. The … Continue reading

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