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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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How the Other Half pays for bad bank policy

by Craig Masters The last paragraph of a recent Gazette article titled, “Chase now limiting withdrawal amounts,” was probably overlooked by most readers who only dream of having $50,000 in their checking account. But according to Alex Jones, Infowars founders, … Continue reading

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Building for the future of a free Northern Colorado

by Craig Masters This November the residents of Weld County will have the opportunity to cast a vote to decide to follow a path of their own choosing; not at all unlike the colonists in 1776 who chose to fight … Continue reading

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Americans encouraged to read Declaration of Independence July 4th

by Jack Minor —   A college that teaches classes on the Constitution is challenging individuals to celebrate Independence Day by conducting public readings of America’s birth certificate as they meet for local barbeques and other celebrations today. President Calvin … Continue reading

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No Permit Concealed Carry: The Debate

By Mike Bauman   – The concealed weapons law currently slated to be debated by the Colorado Senate is actually an amendment to the existing concealed weapons statute.  The proposed changes to the existing law are as follows: 18-12-105.  Unlawfully carrying … Continue reading

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If you want to understand the Constitution, start with the Declaration of Independence.

A steady usurpation of power by the central authority over the last twenty years has both eroded trust in the federal government by the people and reawakened the debate over how the constitution should be read. I will not try … Continue reading

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