Tag Archives: National

Helicopters confiscated from Militia

by Craig Masters The Constitution, for what it’s worth these years, reserves to the states the control over the civilian militia – now accepted as the National Guard. Once again this week we saw why the Second Amendment was never ever … Continue reading

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Just Salute and Follow Orders’: When Secrecy and Surveillance Trump the Rule of Law

By John W. Whitehead “The Secret Government is an interlocking network of official functionaries, spies, mercenaries, ex-generals, profiteers and superpatriots, who, for a variety of motives, operate outside the legitimate institutions of government. Presidents have turned to them when they … 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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Terrorist trial in Denver

by Craig Masters Jamshid Muhtorov is charged in Denver Federal Court as a terrorist. But, as recent as 2007, the UN supported Muhtorov’s status as a political refugee from the oppressive Uzbekistan government and the U.S., under the Bush administration, granted … Continue reading

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Is Prodigal GOP Inching Home?

By Matt Barber I’m a Bible-believing Christian first, a conservative second and, sometimes, with rapidly dwindling frequency, a Republican third (but only when the Grand Old Party is behaving itself). Although the GOP’s RINO establishment still controls its legislative reins, … Continue reading

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Congress pressuring administration to release NSA budget details

The Obama administration is facing calls to de-classify its so-called black budget and release the information to the public.   Currently there are 16 agencies involved in intelligence operations of some kind in the United States. While these agencies obviously … Continue reading

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NSA directed terrorism experts towards: Xbox users!

The National Security Agency is now turning its eyes to a new apparent terrorist threat to help protect Americans, Xbox users and other game services.   The super-secret NSA had its cloak of secrecy removed earlier this year when former … Continue reading

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NSA planned to ask for even more power

A newly released report by former National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden highlights some of the concerns that led to his releasing a series of classified documents that have proven troubling for the federal government.   A February 2012 top … Continue reading

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Armed park rangers held tourists in lockdown after shutdown commenced

In what seemed like something out of a police state from Nazi Germany or the former Soviet Union, a new report has emerged that in the immediate aftermath of the shutdown, armed park employees engaged in what a tour bus … Continue reading

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Weld holds “Let’s Talk Month” to foster sex-education dialogue

Fall is in the air—temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing and families are talking about sex.  (And if they aren’t, they need to be!)  October is Let’s Talk Month, a time to emphasize the importance of communication between parents and … Continue reading

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Report says Colorado flooding “likely a 100 year flood”

Coloradoan – The flood that ravaged Colorado earlier this month was “unprecedented,” according to a preliminary assessment issued by government and university scientists Wednesday. The report, which also stated that the flooding was “probably unmatched in at least 35 years,” … Continue reading

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Cost of Colorado flood recovery begins to mount

Brush News Tribune – Throughout flood-ravaged communities, local, state and federal agencies are working together to restore normalcy and determine the extent of damage.   The repair estimate for state-owned roads and bridges alone is $430 million, according to Micki … Continue reading

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Weather conditions keeping state uncharacteristically hot, humid

(Brush News Tribune) — It is hot and unusually humid, a rarity for Colorado that may last a couple more days.   A large high-pressure system over the eastern part of the country is keeping a low-pressure system over Texas … Continue reading

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Don’t plead the 5th. Just tell the “Least Truth”

by Craig Masters General James Clapper appeared before a congressional hearing and swore an oath to tell the truth. He later admitted that, because he had previously taken another oath of secrecy, he “could not” tell the truth under oath … Continue reading

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“War” in military continues over religious rights

A battle is raging in the U.S. military – over religious rights of the  soldiers who defend American lives and values.   An amendment in the recently passed military budget bill actually strengthens  religious freedom rights for service members, and … Continue reading

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Trust Big Brother with just a Little more Power – and Money

by Craig Masters “It has become evident that Barack Obama’s definition of “fundamentally transforming the United States” includes Big Brother harassing selected conservatives while monitoring anyone’s email and telephone traffic. These seem to be among the surprising duties of the … Continue reading

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Savages in Gaza time rockets to maximize children casualties

Israeli rocket damage, Israel news photo by Peter Grady –   In what can only be described as an act of barbarism, Muslim terrorists in Gaza fired a barrage of missiles at Israeli men, women and children during the end … Continue reading

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Biden admits middles class “buried” during Obama presidency

by Peter Grady –   Vice-President Joe Biden made an interesting confession when he stated at a recent campaign rally that during President Obama’s term of office the middle class has been “buried” for the past four years.   The … Continue reading

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Calendar suggests John 3:16 refers to Obama

by Matt Lacy –   Taking Obama worship to a new level, a calendar for sale outside of the Democratic National Convention suggests that God so loved the world that he sent us Barack Obama.   Slate.com reported how “the … Continue reading

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Democrats, Republicans show wide gulf on social issues

by Peter Grady –   While there has long been an acknowledged difference between the Republican and Democrat parties on social issues, this campaign season the difference is greater than in previous campaigns.   On Tuesday, the Republican Party approved … Continue reading

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National Weather Service puts in ammo request

by Matt Lacy –   The National Weather Service has submitted a request to purchase thousands of rounds of ammunition including hollow points which are intended to inflict maximum injury.   The solicitation for the ammunition appeared  on the FedBizOpps … Continue reading

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Pelosi: White House haunted

Susan B. Anthony by Peter Grady –   In meetings around the country, House Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi has said she has talked to ghosts in the White House.   In May, Pelosi was speaking to a gathering of the … Continue reading

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Obama campaign sue over state allowing military extra time to vote

  by Peter Grady –       In what some veterans groups have condemned as an attack on the rights of the military to vote, the Obama campaign has sued the state of Ohio over a law that allows … Continue reading

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National Federation of the Blind to sponsor picnic in Greeley

GREELEY – Join the Greeley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado for FREE food and FUN in honor of their 12th anniversary.   Who is invited?  The Greeley Chapter invites Individuals who are blind or visually … Continue reading

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State, nation facing worst drought in 50 years

WALTONVILLE, Ill. — The nation’s widest drought in decades is spreading, with more than half of the continental United States in some stage of drought and most of the rest enduring abnormally dry conditions. Only in the 1930s and the … Continue reading

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Personhood one step closer in North Dakota

by Peter Grady –   With the defeat of a state senator who personally killed personhood measures in South Dakota, supporters now say lawmakers will aggressively pursue the measure during the next legislative session.   Incumbent state Senator Curtis Olafson … Continue reading

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Iowa-Neb. NAACP leader resigns over “gay marriage” issue

Following the NAACP’s endorsement of “gay” marriage, the head of the Iowa and Nebraska branches of the organization has tendered his resignation over the issue.     Keith Ratliff Sr.,pastor of Maple Street Missionary Baptist Church in Des Moines, Iowa, … Continue reading

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Media ignoring boycott effect on J.C. Penny losses

by Peter Grady —   National retailer J. C. Penny reported a bigger than expected loss in the first quarter and the leader of her pro-family group said they believe the reason for the loss go far beyond what the … 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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Dayspring to host local National Day of Prayer events

by Matt Lacy —   A local Christian school will be hosting this year’s gathering of Greeley and Evans Christians as  part of the nationwide events for the National Day of prayer. The event will be at Dayspring Christian Academy … Continue reading

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National blood pressure education month

Staff Reports — Greeley – Across the world, many organizations are dedicating specific days of the year to the importance of Blood Pressure Education. Since 1984, May has been proclaimed as National Blood Pressure Education Month in the United States. … Continue reading

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Get moving for health during May

Staff Reports — Greeley – May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.  This year, Healthy Weld 2020 joins the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports to challenge residents to get moving for health and to get active and … Continue reading

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Evans collects 150 lbs. of expired prescription drugs

by Jack Minor –   Working in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Evans Police and Fire Departments were able to collect a large supply of potentially dangerous controlled substances from area residents last weekend. The DEA established the … Continue reading

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Obama faces pressure to be more extreme on same-sex marriage

by Peter Grady —   Despite President Obama making unprecedented moves to appease “gay” rights advocates, they are exerting still more pressure by asking the Democratic Party to officially declare their opposition to traditional marriage. Supporters of the “gay” lifestyle … Continue reading

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Evangelicals looking for reason to vote for Romney

by Peter Grady —   Now that Rick Santorum has dropped out of the presidential race, Christian conservatives and evangelicals are now slowly beginning to rally behind Mitt Romney based on their shared opposition to the current occupier of the … Continue reading

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