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Lawlessness – not just fashionable any more.

by Craig Masters It is mandated so we can’t really do anything about it… so say the current and want-to-be school board members all across the country when questioned about the implementation of the federal/socialists’ take over of local education. … Continue reading

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Semi hauling ice cream burns on I-25

Coloradoan — A semi-trailer hauling ice cream on southbound Interstate 25 rear-ended another semi-trailer, crashed and then burst into flames Thursday morning. The 11:30 a.m. crash, fire and ensuing diesel fuel cleanup kept southbound Interstate 25 closed for more than … Continue reading

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Million Moms Against Gun Control to march in Logan County Fair parade

Sterling Journal Advocate — The Colorado branch of 1 Million Moms Against Gun Control is bringing a new entry to the Logan County Fair parade this year. Linda Elliott, the state coordinator for the organization, said the group is organizing … Continue reading

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Colorado Springs set to ban medical marijuana

(Coloradoan) – Colorado’s second-largest city is poised to ban recreational marijuana stores. The Colorado Springs City Council plans to vote Tuesday on allowing retail marijuana stores. Four of nine council members have said they’ll vote against retail pot, and even … Continue reading

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Officials urge Congress to take action on Colorado River

(Brush News-Tribune) — Government officials are urging Congress to consider solutions to deal with possible water shortages in the Colorado River basin that could include finding ways to reduce demand, conservation and better management of water supplies. Other solutions being … Continue reading

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County to host Community Water Night July 17th

The Weld County community health campaign, Make TODAY Count!, is hosting a free Community Water Night. It will be held on Wednesday, July 17th, from 6-8pm. It will take place at Ubuntu Community Gardens & Orchard at Family of Christ … Continue reading

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Sexuality indoctrination is headed for Colorado kindergardeners soon

by Craig Masters While the public’s eye was directed toward the debate over ‘gun control’ legislation in the Colorado senate, democrats introduced HB 13-1081 titled “Comprehensive Human Sexuality K-12 Education.” This exhaustive document is co-sponsored by Crisanta Duran (D, Dist … Continue reading

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Real unemployment over 19 % in 7 Colorado counties

A startling new letter from the Colorado Labor Department has revealed there are seven counties in the state where over 19 percent of the residents are “not employed.”   The Colorado Observer obtained a letter through the Colorado Open Records … Continue reading

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Denver business strikes blow against Obamacare

by Matt Lacy –   A local employer in Denver has dealt a blow to requirement’s by the administration that religious employers be forced to provide abortion inducing birth control drugs to employees regardless of the employer’s religious objections.   … Continue reading

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Did Ron Paul “win” Iowa – Where it counted?

By Craig Masters As the voters headed home and the mainstream liberal media sped off to New Hampshire from the Iowa caucuses, Ron Paul supporters stayed for the “real” voting that takes place at these grassroots meetings. The most important … Continue reading

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Court reject’s Oakland’s arguments regarding selective enforcement of “bubble law”

by Matt Lacy – A judge in California has rejected arguments by the city of Oakland that women approaching an abortion clinic have given “automatic consent” to be approached by clinic escorts and they must enforce  the law equally. Oakland … 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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U.S. citizenship for sale: $500,000

   -by Jack Minor – – A Colorado organization is recruiting foreign investors using a government visa program that critics say amounts to selling U.S. citizenship. The Colorado Regional Center is promoting the program, stating that the investor, “has an … Continue reading

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DOW Insider: Mule Deer 101 Seminar (Plus some tips from Pappa)

by Mike Bauman The Colorado Division of Wildlife will be conducting a seminar on the basics of Mule Deer Hunting later this month (see press release at the end of this article.)  Whether you hunt with a .30-06 or a … Continue reading

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Oops! NEA “discovered” they spent money on political expenditures

by Jack Minor   A complaint to the IRS claims the Colorado Education Association and other state affiliates of the National Education Association have used their tax exempt status to assist Democrat political campaigns.  In March, the Landmark Legal Foundation … Continue reading

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Local media gets it WRONG: Noble energy to add 30 jobs, NOT 300, NASA is NOT coming to town

by Jack Minor   A spokesman from Noble Energy told the Gazette that they are currently hiring  30 employees for a new field office in Greeley.  This  clarifies a Tribune article that implied the office would hire 300.  Based on an initial … Continue reading

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Who are the Colorado Wildlife Commissioners

By Mike Bauman The Colorado Wildlife Commission is an eleven-member board appointed by the governor. There are nine voting members and two non-voting members of the Commission. The non-voting members are the Executive Director for the Colorado Department of Natural … Continue reading

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DOW Seeking to Give Away Money

By Mike Bauman DOW Insider The Colorado Division of Wildlife is seeking grant applications to help distribute up to $1.5 million for three types of outdoor recreation activities in Colorado. The Division is offering matching grants for projects in the state that benefit fishing,shooting ranges or … Continue reading

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