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Banning Almonds could save Colorado ranches

Are hedge funds managers betting on the Almond Earthquake? Their economic value is second only to milk, but unlike the ‘happy ‘ cows , almond trees are demanding more than their fair share of resources of California. As an entrepreneur … Continue reading

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Ignorance is bliss- Stupid is expensive

by Craig Masters It may be time to admit stupid people are not only irritating, but they are becoming too expensive to tip-toe around so we don’t hurt their feelings. The time has come to recognize that being tolerant of … Continue reading

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More deaths are coming as Democrats and Cartels spend for power.

Craig Masters Imagine you are walking along in your neighborhood with your young child. Maybe you are on your way home from a day at kindergarten. Your conversation is mostly one-sided as you listen to the excitement of the new … Continue reading

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Congress challenges EPA over wind power “free pass to kill eagles”

By Jack Minor –   House Republicans are seeking information on whether the Obama administration is once again choosing which laws to enforce or not by granting what are essentially waivers to wind energy farms to kill eagles while fining … Continue reading

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Fracking for oil through Common Core

by Craig Masters I attended the Coloradoans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED) fracturing event held at Colorado School of Mines this past Wednesday evening. Even though the venue is probably one  of the most industry friendly venues in the country, … Continue reading

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Loan company spurs auto sales by catering to all credit types

All of the major Automakers are currently experiencing record sales and profits for the year, which is shaping up to be one of the best ones ever for the auto industry. However, those who took a hit in their credit … Continue reading

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Colorado sued over funding for abortion giant Planned Parenthood

Democratic leaders in Colorado, sympathetic to Planned Parenthood officials and their financial desires, have unconstitutionally handed over some $14 million from state taxpayers to the abortion industry giant, according to a new lawsuit has that been filed. The case is being … Continue reading

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Conservationists, oil and gas officials come together on safety concerns

Greeley Tribune — The us-versus-them debate is over, and it’s time to deliver a new message to an ever-skeptical public about the safety of oil and gas drilling in Colorado, officials said Wednesday at the Rocky Mountain Energy Forum. “It’s … Continue reading

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After 40 years, Bertha Lynn signs off KMGH 7 News

Brush News Tribune – Bertha Lynn will sign off from 7News on Friday after 37 years on Denver television, the last 29 with KMGH. Lynn will become executive director of the Children’s Diabetes Fund. The 11 a.m. broadcast on Friday … Continue reading

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Fracking critics driving up home heating costs state regulator says

(Ft. Collins Coloradoan)  — Colorado’s chief oil and gas regulator said critics of fracking and public officials trying to regulate the energy industry are working hard to drive up the cost of home heating and cooling. When residents “storm city … Continue reading

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Government Attacks Payday Loan Industry

by Mike McCune —   The Federal government has a spending problem. The Federal government has more debt than it can possibly pay. The Federal government is now monetizing (buying) its own debt at the rate of $85 billion per … Continue reading

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Abortion providers now in crosshairs of trial lawyers

by Jack Minor —   In what has been called the worst child sexual abuse scandal in American history, the abortion industry could soon find itself by multiple lawsuits by trial lawyers representing hundreds of thousands of victims of statutory … 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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District 6 to kids: “No more candy, cake for you”

by Jack Minor – Parents attending a parent-teacher organization meeting at Scott elementary school received some shocking news from the district, sweets of any kind are no longer permitted for the majority of students.   Jenna Raymond, with the district … Continue reading

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Debt-free Weld gets $52 million check from Anadarko

WELD COUNTY, CO – On Tuesday, May 1, 2012, Weld County Treasurer John Lefebvre and the Weld County Board of Commissioners recognized more than $52 million in tax payments from one of Weld County’s largest single property tax payers. Anadarko … Continue reading

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Karl Rove asks, “How stupid can We get?”

  by Craig Masters Yesterday during an interview with Sean Hannity, Karl Rove stated, ” American people aren’t smart enough…” to read past the false headlines or hear more than sound bites the Obama media machine uses to spread “propaganda.” … Continue reading

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House Committee set to investigate misinformation released by EPA

by Craig Masters A media release by the energy industry association, Western Energy Alliance, includes information about testimony to be given today before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, Subcommittee on Energy & Environment. According to the … 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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Priests for Life announces 4-pronged attack against abortion in 2012

by Peter Grady – The head of a religious pro-life group has announced a strategy for 2012 that he believes will help stop abortion by closing down abortion mills and placing abortionists in jail. Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of … Continue reading

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Wichita, Kansas becomes collateral damage in war against Boeing.

A Statofortress overshadows the little Warthog By Craig Masters The announcement came this week that the historic 97 building complex covering over 2 million square feet of aircraft manufacturing and support facilities in Wichita, Kansas will be shuttered by Boeing. … Continue reading

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Fracking, Fluoridation, Birthers – Which to fear?

By Craig Masters On December 8, the EPA issued a report possibly linking the chemicals which might be used by oil companies in the process of hydraulic fracturing (fracking). The report was the result of three years of Federally funded … 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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Auto Review

  By Stu Wright Toyota Motor Corporation decided in the late 90’s that they had a desire to market more vehicles to young Americans, and thus started a division called Scion.  Scion means “descendant”, and the goal was to create … Continue reading

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Greeley “monster maker” gets own reality show

    by Jack Minor – A local businessman who is well-known for masks and other monster paraphernalia has been featured in his own reality show. The show, “Making Monsters” is currently showing on the “Travel Channel,” Sunday evenings at … Continue reading

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Was Lakin conviction influenced by radical Obama supporter?

    By Jack Minor An Obama supporter, who is a frequent commenter on “birther” stories and other forums, may have unduly influenced the general who approved Lt. Col. Lakin’s sentence following his court-martial. Radical Obama supporters known as OBOTS, … Continue reading

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Payday lending laws made last year eliminated the industry in state

by Jack Minor   An executive for a company that owns large numbers of Payday lenders around the country says last year’s legislation intended to regulate the industry in Colorado actually eliminated it.  The law extended the terms of the … Continue reading

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Wanted: Captain Crunch, Ronald McDonald, government wants ban

  by Jack Minor   The government and other health organizations are “encouraging” companies to permanently retire characters such as Ronald McDonald and Captain Crunch.   The Interagency Working Group on Food marketed to Children has requested public comment on proposals … Continue reading

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Congress votes on bill to collect information on every consumer financial transaction

By Jack Minor The future of the financial reform bill, which will give the Government authority to collect information on every individual financial transaction, was cast in doubt after the death of Sen. Robert Byrd from West Virginia. Byrd who … Continue reading

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Is the Gulf Oil Rig Explosion an Accident or a Conspiracy?

By Jim Frazier Allegations swirl about the gulf oil rig explosion. A gag order exists, says Lindsey Williams, author of the Non-Energy Crisis. “No one is getting the truth. No one is asking the most important questions. Right now, they … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Business

By Rebekah Elliott Automotive Appearance Specialists If your car has hail damage or minor dents that need fixing, Automotive Appearance Specialists are the ones to see. They use state of the art techniques to skillfully massage those dents back to … Continue reading

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Government Moves to License Journalists

By Jack Minor A Michigan lawmaker concerned about coverage from lesser-known news sites has proposed a plan to have journalists licensed by the government in order to ensure reporters have “good moral character and operate by ethics standards acceptable to … Continue reading

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