Tag Archives: War

Civil War Encampment to be held at Centennial Village

GREELEY, CO—  Centennial Village, 1475 A St., is hosting a Civil War Living History event on Saturday, Sept. 19 and Sunday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Museum visitors will observe the same daily offerings typical to the museum, … Continue reading

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Fatherhood, and the Liberal-Americans’ Great Society

How about those fatherhood television commercials? Fatherhood.com is an official U.S. Government web site managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Just another effort for liberals to spend taxpayer money to make themselves feel better. Truth is … Continue reading

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Fourth Amendment loss crumples the Constitution

When Islamic soldiers attacked the United States in New York on 9/11/2001 they successfully collapsed the world trade centers by weakening their support framing. But in this single attack, these soldiers of Islam also weakened the framework of the Constitution … Continue reading

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2014 Volkswagen Jetta SE Review by Stu Wright

    Volkswagen was originally founded in 1937 by the German Labor Front, a Nazi trade union.  The venture included production of an inexpensive car for the common man along with state-sponsored financing (“five marks a week you must put … Continue reading

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The multiple fronts in the War on Liberty

Craig Masters Gun ownership is under attack, from our flanks. Have no misunderstanding about immigration reform. While the Obama regime makes more pie-in-the-sky promises which sound like good ideas, their reform plans are about gun control and a national database … Continue reading

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Seeing the light: Vulnerable Dems now backing Republican changes to Obamacare

By Jack Minor –   Democrats who preferred to see the federal government partially shut down rather than support Republican proposals to delay the law and implement changes to the healthcare system are now calling for some of these same … Continue reading

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Russia, US exchange Nazi references

By Jack Minor –   In a sign of how tense the situation in Ukraine currently is, officials with both the US and Russian President Vladimir Putin are using references to Adolph Hitler and Nazism to justify their positions on … Continue reading

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Ukrainian invasion has roots in Cold War

By Jack Minor –   Political experts have expressed sentiments that the ongoing events in Ukraine are reminiscent of events during the Cold War. The observation is particularly interesting when one considers the roots of the current situation go back … Continue reading

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Dem lawmakers losing ground in Obamacare ad war

Democrats who voted unilaterally for Obamacare are becoming increasingly uneasy at a non-stop bombardment of television ads reminding voters of their vote for the president’s signature health care plan. As public polls consistently show a majority of American either opposed … Continue reading

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Parody piece on Colo. Marijuana Deaths goes viral 75 years after “War of the Worlds” braodcast

Over 75 years after a radio broadcast through America into a panic over a fictional Martian invasion, a spoof piece showed achieved a similar thing by causing people to believe scores of people had died from pot overdoses.   The … Continue reading

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Five Colorado counties vote to pursue forming own state

For the first time since the Civil War, residents in five counties voted to have their elected officials pursue the possibility of forming a 51st state.   The issue was on the ballot in 11 counties, but at the end … Continue reading

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The Rant – All Obama’s Got Is Hope

by Mike McCune —   President Obama wrote an autobiography The Audacity of Hope. Maybe he should have read the book with a critical review.   Even though he’s been President of the United States for 4 years and nearly … Continue reading

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Diaper cakes add new twist to old tradition

  A new twist on an old tradition is now combining beauty with the practical for new mother’s to be, the diaper cake.       Lil Baby Cakes is the brainchild of founder Candy Budyta, who took her passion … Continue reading

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“No atheists in foxholes” article by chaplain re-posted on Air Force website

by Jack Minor —   Refusing to give in to demands to punish an Air Force chaplain who posted an essay on a famous quote, the military service has instead reposted the article in the chaplain’s section of the base … 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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Stockton bankruptcy, a rip in the Declaration of Independence

by Craiig Masters This week a federal judge accepted the bankruptcy of Stockton, California. earlier this year the Governor of Michigan appointed a man to totally manage the affairs of Detroit, Michigan. “Totally manage” means just what is says – … Continue reading

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‘Pro-Choice’ Slave Masters Losing War

By Matt Barber  The pro-aborts are losing. They know it, and they hate it. As LifeNews.com reported in January: “CNN released the results of a new poll showing a majority of Americans want all or most abortions prohibited – a … Continue reading

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Will U.S. “Stand Down” again?

By Craig Masters BBC News from the Middle-East reports that the Palestinian Islamist group, Hamas, is reporting that the military leader of the group has been killed by Israeli air strikes during early morning hours there in the region. Hamas … Continue reading

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Greeley FD honors 9/11 fallen firefighters with “memorial stairclimb”

A team of 13 Greeley firefighters honored the 343 firefighter who gave their lives on 9/11 by participating in the Denver 9/11 Memorial Stairclimb.   The annual stairclimb consists of firefighters climbing 110 stories, which was the height of the … Continue reading

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Greeley historic society to hold 10th street walking tour

GREELEY — The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission invites the public to a walking tour of the 10th Street Corridor on Monday, September 17, 2012, at 5:30 p.m.  Participants will visit some of the properties reflecting the post-World War II development … Continue reading

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Sexual assault up in Army

by Peter Grady —   A military watchdog organization says recent reports reveal that sexual assaults and crimes have increased dramatically over the past few years in the US military.   The Center for Military Readiness (CMR) recently released a … Continue reading

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Lawmaker introduces bill to protect servicemembers’ right to speak out against homosexuality

Although Obama has overturned a Revolutionary War ban on homosexuals serving in the military, one lawmaker wants to make sure service members will still have their rights to be opposed to the “gay” lifestyle. Congressman Tim Huelskamp (R-Kansas) has introduced the … Continue reading

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Obama to give US missile defense secrets to Russians

U.S. SM-3 by Matt Lacy – Coming on the heels of massive troop drawdowns and massive cuts to the U.S. military, the Obama administration is planning on sharing U.S. missile secrets with the Russians. The military could face cuts of … Continue reading

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Greeley history museum to host aeronautics speakers throughout 2012

James Webb Space Telescope By Jack Minor-   Spinning off of the new Aerospace exhibit, the Greeley History Museum, located at 714 8th St., will be holding a monthly series of lectures during 2012 on various stages of development in … Continue reading

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The Raptor has left the building

By Craig Masters After fourteen years in production, the final F-22 Raptor was set to roll off the Lockheed-Martin company’s assembly line in Marietta, Georgia. It was Tuesday, December 13, when Raptor number 187 rolled into history. The original program … Continue reading

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Sunken Treasure – Land Rover LR4

By Stu Wright In December of 1981, a new military regime took control of the country of Argentina.  The new junta was made up of Gen. Leopoldo Galtieri, Brig. Basilio Lami Dozo, and Adm. Jorge Anaya.  The latter was the … Continue reading

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North Korean Thanksgiving menu: mothers eating children

by Jack Minor – While Americans face many struggles this year with the economy and unemployment being major issues, it is often easy to forget that even in the midst of these struggles things could be much worse. Kim Hye … Continue reading

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Economic Civil War

An economic civil war is about to engulf the United States. The root is the 73-year-old lie called Social Security, the foes are Baby Boomers and their children and grandchildren.   Despite what the government says, Social Security is a … Continue reading

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Local churches honor 9/11 while clergy, first responders banned at NY 9/11 service

          by Jack Minor —   The White House has instructed officials to downplay al-Qaeda’s role in the Sept. 11 attacks, while New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in order to avoid offending Muslim groups, has … Continue reading

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Political Theatre in the House of Representatives

by Dr. Michelle Bellini Today the US House of Representatives voted down two bills related to the US military intervention in Libya. One bill was sponsored by Democrats to endorse the intervention, the other bill was sponsored by Republicans to … Continue reading

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What were their names?

by Jack Minor This weekend is Memorial Day. It was originally started to remember the Civil War dead, sadly for many Americans it has simply become a day to travel, visit family and have a barbecue. The number of Americans … Continue reading

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Augustine Lucas Carranza

August 28, 1928 ~ February 7, 2011 Augustine Lucas Carranza of Evans died Monday, February 7, 2011 at Windsor Health Care Center.  He was born August 28, 1928 in Galeton, Colorado to Alberto and Catalina (Rodriguez) Carranza.  He attended Greeley … Continue reading

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Colorado Republicans remember Reagan’s optimism, love of America

By Jack Minor His life was the American dream. He grew up in a small house in Illinois that was typical of the average American. He went on to become an actor then Governor of California and finally to become … Continue reading

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Reuben Haberman

January 16, 1916 to December 21, 2010 Reuben Haberman of Greeley died December 21, 2010 at Hospice and Palliative Care of Northern Colorado.  Reuben was born January 16, 1916 in Sutton, Nebraska to Henry and Ann Margaret (Dietrich) Haberman. Reuben … Continue reading

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Sam Cohen, winner of Peace Prize for neutron bomb dies at 89

Story by Jack Minor Samuel T. Cohen, a nuclear physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and invented the Neutron Bomb died Nov. 28 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89. The cause of death was complications following … Continue reading

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