Tag Archives: Kentucky

Rule by Court order

Colorado State Senator Kevin Lundberg recently wrote, “Our nation’s founders knew this balance of power was absolutely essential to restrain the perpetual tendency of government to become the despotic ruler of the people. It is critical that we defend the proper jurisdictional authority of all levels … Continue reading

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Judge jails Christian clerk for exercising religious freedom

A federal court judge who previously has sided with arguments for partial birth abortion and homosexual clubs in public schools on Thursday ordered a county clerk from Kentucky who refused to violate her faith and issue “same-sex marriage” licenses to … Continue reading

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2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Sedan by Stu Wright

The 2015 Toyota Avalon, currently available in hybrid and non-hybrid configurations, is now in its fourth-generation iteration.  I recently was loaned one of them by Rocky Mountain Redline, and the car delivered was painted Celestial Silver metallic and featured premium black … Continue reading

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Reporters put “abortion” into speech by Rand Paul

The mainstream media is apparently attempting to open a new front in the Democrat’s supposed “war on women” being conducted by Republicans by claiming Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul challenged conservatives to stand up against abortion rights, despite his saying no … Continue reading

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“Just get more lobbyists,” opponent of 51st state says during forum

By Jack Minor –   Participants in a forum to inform voters about the pros and cons of a 51st state perfectly illustrated the reason Colorado’s rural residents feel  urban legislators are ignoring them.   “No one has been disenfranchised. … Continue reading

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Quality Missing From Economic Measurements

by Mike McCune —  Every time our government borrows a dollar or prints a dollar not based on anything of recognized value, the dollar in your pocket, savings account or investment goes down. That is government-fueled inflation at work.   … Continue reading

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ACLU threatens schools over Gideon bibles

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Alliance Defending Freedom has sent 174 school districts in Kentucky a legal letter after the American Civil Liberties Union threatened them with litigation if any of them refuse to ban Gideon Bible distribution at their schools. The letter corrects the … Continue reading

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2013 Lexus RX350 AWD 5-Door Luxury SUV

Lexus, the luxury line of Toyota automobiles, made headlines this past week with the announcement that the company would begin producing some of itsr product in the United States.   A  plant in Georgetown, Kentucky was selected for the production of the ES line … Continue reading

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Unanimous: Obama gets secession petitions from all 50 states

by Matt Lacy –   Hawaiian residents have also filed a secession petition with the Obama administration, effectively making the requests unanimous among all 50 states.   The petitions have been filed on the White House web site under “We … Continue reading

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Biden laughs while Ryan talks Nuclear Iran

by Peter Grady –   Vice-president Joe Biden has received criticism after he was laughing while the subject of a nuclear Iran was being discussed in this week’s vice-presidential debate.   During the debate in Danville, Kentucky, which was seen … Continue reading

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Church leaders condemn Obama “gay” marriage endorsement

by Matt Lacy —   Following president Obama’s statement that he supports homosexual marriage, leaders from two of the nation’s largest religious denominations have denounced the endorsement. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the head of the US conference of Catholic … 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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If you got shape-up style shoes for Christmas, Read this Now!

By Craig Masters The manufacturers of toning shoes;  also called wellness shoes or rocker bottom shoes, claim that their products develop muscle tone and slim calves and legs by increasing muscle activation, improving balance and stimulating the metabolism. This is … Continue reading

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Pauline Marie Hamilton (Boehm)

November 8, 1919 – April 1, 2011   Pauline Hamilton, of Greeley, died April 1, 2011 at her home.  She was born November 8, 1919 in New Boston, Indiana to Joseph Boehm and Margaret (Wink) Boehm.  Pauline was raised and … Continue reading

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Witnesses admit Lakin was never ordered to get on airplane to deploy

By Jack Minor Several witnesses in the court-martial of former Greeley resident Lt.Col. Lakin, admitted he was never ordered to board a US Airways flight as alleged in the charges against him. After more than a year of attempting to … Continue reading

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Justice Department “not interested” in removing ineligible voters from rolls

By Jack Minor A former voting section prosecutor who testified before Congress regarding the New Black Panther case said there is vast potential for fraud in the November elections due to the Justice Department refusing to enforce portions of the … Continue reading

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Gazette Opinion – Primaries victories shot across the bow to party leaders

Since 2009 there was no doubting that the tea party movement was a force that knew how to make their voice heard. In September members from around the nation held a rally in Washington D.C. that many claim had over … Continue reading

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The Case against Case Law

Guest Column By Geoff Broughton Today when you hear the term Constitutional Scholar or Constitutional Expert you get the image of someone who has studied the Constitution and perhaps the Ratification Debates as well as the federalist papers.  Someone who … Continue reading

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Virginia G. Onorato

Virginia G. Onorato of Greeley died on Monday, April 26, 2010 at the Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital in Johnstown. She was born on February 22, 1941, in Greeley Colorado, to Henry and Edna Grace (McCarty) Moser.  She was … Continue reading

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