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Selective enforcement works against US

By Craig Masters July 27, 2012 – The US Constitution will be dealt a third strike by Obama and his coconspirators unless Americans stop them now! Law scholars across the country agree the recent Supreme Court ruling against Arizona’s immigration … Continue reading

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Colorado Attorney General Suthers releases statement on ‘Obamacare’

by Craig Masters Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, “I am disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Colorado and its fellow states. We have a fundamental interest in protecting state authority and individual rights in the face of the … Continue reading

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SCOTUS gives Him an inch… … …

by Craig Masters When you have a dollar in your hand and the government takes it at the point of a gun, does it really matter whether the Supreme Court names that action a “tax” or a “fine?” You no … Continue reading

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ObamaCare ruling could be poison pill for Obama

While the United States Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare’s individual mandate, for the president and Democrats it could be a case of “be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.”   In the ruling written by Chief Justice … Continue reading

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Well decision a no-brainer, give farmers the water

While others, including the Greeley Tribune may try to waffle on the issue of whether area farmers should be permitted to turn their Wells on to prevent an economic disaster and save their crops, we believe the issue is a … Continue reading

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Gardner backs farmers, asks Feds for drought declaration

by Jack Minor –   In the latest move to help farmers in Weld County obtain access to groundwater to save their crops, Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CD-4) has asked the federal government to issue a drought declaration for the state. … Continue reading

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Calif. Prop. 8 headed to Supreme Court

by Matt Lacy –   Following the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals  rejection of an appeal that overturned California’s constitutional amendment declaring marriage to be between a man and woman, the issue finally appears to be headed for the United … Continue reading

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Legal foundation for abortion based on misuse of women

by Peter Grady — The plaintiff in a key landmark case that along with Roe v. Wade helped open the door to abortion on demand in 1973 said her pregnancy was used by the legal system without her permission.   … Continue reading

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Romney’s “homosexual problem”

by Jack Minor —   While Mitt Romney may be the presumptive GOP nominee for president, he still has credibility issues with evangelical and conservative voters and a statement of over the weekend did nothing to help assuage their concerns. Romney has … Continue reading

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“Gays” still pressing for govt. approval

by Peter Grady —   An attorney says a bill introduced in Congress that would provide same gender pairs Social Security benefits violates the spirit and intent of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). DOMA which passed with wide bi-partisan … Continue reading

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Colorado Supreme Court ruling moves sexual assault case forward

by Peter Grady– A case against involving an alleged sexual assault on a child will be moving forward following a Colorado Supreme Court ruling in favor of an appeal filed by Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck. The case involved … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments judge could reclaim justice position

by Peter Grady — Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore is one step closer to reclaiming his position on the court. Moore was removed from office in 2003 because of his refusal to bow to a federal court order … Continue reading

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Obama happy to play the race card – again!

by Craig Masters By the time George Zimmerman was able to get to his weapon, Trayvon Martin had already delivered enough punches to have broken Zimmerman’z nose. Martin had smashed the head of the older Hispanic onto the ground repeatedly, … Continue reading

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Obama care to feature mandatory premiums for abortion

by Matt Lacy — A brief filed with the Supreme Court opposing ObamaCare reveals that in addition to forcing Americans to purchase health insurance or face a fine, they must also pay a surcharge to fund abortions. The brief was … Continue reading

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American Civil Rights Union urges Supreme Court to adopt “coercion test”

by Jack Minor — The American Civil Rights Union argues in an amicus brief submitted to the US Supreme Court for a new constitutional standard protecting religious freedom in a case involving a war memorial that has existed since the … Continue reading

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Colorado High Court issues victory for gun owners over CU ban

by Jack Minor — In a victory for Second Amendment advocates, the Colorado Supreme Court today struck down a gun ban by the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents. In 2003 the state legislature passed the Concealed Carry Act, which … Continue reading

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Group draws line in sand over San Diego cross

by Peter Grady – In asking the Supreme Court to intervene in a case over a war memorial, a legal group says if atheists prevail then no war memorial will be safe. The issue involves the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg in Egypt: Admires Arab Spring…

  الربيع العلاميةربي قيام انتفاضة إس by Craig Masters For those who don’t read Arabic, the headline reads: Arab Spring is an Islamic Uprising – as translated by the author. Could any liberal politician have demonstrated the art of deception … Continue reading

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Kim Jung Un praised for having father’s virtues during swearing in ceremony

by Matt Lacy – Dictator Kim Jung Un was praised by the North Korea’s ceremonial head of state for having his father’s virtues. Following the death of his father Kim Jung II, who died on Dec. 17, Kim Jung Un … Continue reading

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Oakland taken to task over enforcement of “bubble law” based on Colorado statute

by Peter Grady – The city of Oakland, Calif. is being challenged for its inconsistent enforcement of a law regarding contact with women approaching an abortion clinic. The Oakland legislation was based on a bubble law that was first passed … Continue reading

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Clinton finally asks Iran to release Pastor convicted for leaving Islam

by Matt Lacy – After being asked to intervene on behalf of an Iranian pastor facing the death sentence for leaving Islam, the U.S. government has finally decided to call for his release. Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani was convicted by an … Continue reading

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Live nativity scene to be displayed at United States Supreme Court

by Matt Lacy – Faith organizations will be displaying a live nativity scene, which will include animals in front of the United States Supreme Court, Wednesday morning. The display is part of “The Nativity Project,” a nationwide campaign to share … Continue reading

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Personhood back in Colorado, ready to answer critics

by Jack Minor – A local resident who is heavily involved in the pro-life movement says despite claims by abortion advocates, personhood is not dead and a new proposal addresses  misinformation presented by opponents the last time around. Dennis Hoshiko, … Continue reading

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Kagan told to recuse herself from Obamacare case

by Jack Minor – An organization committed to restoring the judiciary to its constitutional role has called on Elena Kagan to recuse herself from deciding a case involving Obamacare when it reaches the Supreme Court next year. Since its passage, … Continue reading

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Sponsors of Prop. 8 have right to defend it, court rules

by Jack Minor –   The California Supreme Court has ruled that sponsors of Proposition 8 and other ballot measures have the right to defend them in court if the state refuses to do so.   Proposition 8 was a … Continue reading

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Colorado Supreme Court rejects redistricting proposal

by Jack Minor – The Colorado Supreme Court stated the proposed redistricting plan did not pass Constitutional muster. The decision stated the redistricting plan was not sufficiently attentive to county boundaries to meet the constitutional requirements and the commission did … Continue reading

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Supremes to hear cases involving Obamacare

by Jack Minor — On Monday the Supreme Court announced it would hear arguments regarding the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s healthcare proposal. The arguments for the case will be heard in March and a ruling could be issued sometime … Continue reading

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PETA says 13th Amendment applies to animals

by Jack Minor – An animal rights organization has filed a lawsuit claiming that the 13th Amendment which outlaws slavery applies to animals as well as humans. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals filed a suit in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Reapportionment an opportunity for more governmental control

Reapportionment web is being spun in Denver By Craig Masters After ten years of knowing they would have the job to do, Colorado legislators have finally reached the deadline for turning in their “homework.” The Supreme Court ruled October 31, … Continue reading

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Romney unilaterally implemented “gay” marriage in Massachusetts

by Jack Minor – While Massachusetts is credited as the first state to permit “gay” marriages, a researcher into the issue has said the state never actually legalized the practice. During the recent Republican debates, Romney comes across as a … Continue reading

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By Lifelong Doctorate Mike McCune – Economist

The disturbing habit of allowing political rhetoric to supersede Constitutional authority is one of the primary reasons the U.S. continues to wallow in economic recession.   Our Founding Fathers were more astute than today’s politicians. They carefully crafted the Constitution … Continue reading

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Supreme Court to hear case that could permit “gays” to sue churches for discrimination in hiring practices

  by Jack Minor – A Christian attorney says the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a case that could force  religious institutions to hire LGBT people or face discrimination lawsuits by all employees except for those involving the pastor … Continue reading

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Judge’s ruling ‘establishing’ government church is unconstitutional

 by Craig Master — When Denver District Judge Michael Martinez ruled that the Douglas County school voucher program was not “constitutional,” he believed he was following the law. But which law was he following? From the text of his ruling, … Continue reading

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Obama nominee believes judiciary can re-write Constitution, pass laws

President Obama has nominated a law professor for a position on the 7th U.S. Court of Appeals. The professor believes that judges have the ability to create laws and that the Constitution “governs no one.” Victoria Nourse is currently the Burrus-Bascom Professor … Continue reading

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ACLU asks court to stop scholarship program that helps at-risk children

  By Jack Minor The American Civil Liberties Union has called on supporters to pack the courtroom in a lawsuit seeking to stop Douglas County’s Choice Scholarship Program, saying it violates the Colorado Constitution. Earlier this year, Douglas County approved … Continue reading

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