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Month: May 2014


Obama Exerts More Control Over Energy-rich Private and State Lands

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Economy, Endangered Species, Fracking

President Obama could enact the plans in this memo with just the stroke of a pen, without any input from the communities affected by it.


Greater Love Hath No Man

Posted by in Memorial Day, Military Interests

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.


How Much Will Veterans Sacrifice Waiting for Care?

Posted by in Armed Forces, Obamacare, Veterans

The VA has repeatedly denied the agency access to review processes and procedures, and has yet to acknowledge receipt of the agency’s Freedom of Information Act request that was filed 20 days ago.


Do Americans Really Appreciate Their Heroes?

Posted by in liberalism, Veterans, Vietnam War

While Dad was in Korea and my older sister suffered with polio, we lived luxuriously in wonderful clapboard wooden housing built years before, eating the best rice and beans the economy and the local stores had to offer


Ziggy: How Britain Lost Economic Preeminence – And the Lessons For the U.S.

Posted by in National Defense, National Security

How did it happen? How did Britain lose its economic and military preeminence?


Government at War Against Veterans

Posted by in Armed Forces, National Security, Veterans

The move by the Veteran’s Administration, under the direction of Obama’s army of leftist appointees, to disarm our veterans is not a new tactic. The American Left with Hussein at the helm have planned their assault on our 2nd Amendment rights for years.


Vietnam 1972: Reflections of a Navy Flyer at The Wall

Posted by in History, Veterans, Vietnam War

The wall, with all 58,200 names, consumed my field of vision. I tried to wrap my mind around the violence, carnage and ruined lives that it represented. Then I thought of how Vietnam was only one small war in the history of the human race.


National Park Proponents Promises Evaporate With New Revelations

Posted by in Colorado Politics, Congress, National Parks

One cannot minimize the negative impact national park status would have on our local lands, lifestyles, economy, and long-term viability should it be achieved. No national park or Class I Area has ever been reversed. If proponents achieve their goal and win national park status, it will bring about devastating and irreversible changes to the very things that make Western Colorado a wonderful place to live.


Of Mice and Bureaucrats

Posted by in Endangered Species, Energy, Environmentalism, Federal Agency Overreach

The Forest Service says it is worried cattle will damage 23 acres along the Agua Chiquita that includes a natural spring it says is essential the protect the ecosystem for the mouse.


The True Story of Capitalist Pigs

Posted by in Socialism, Welfare State

So piggies two and four tried to organize their community to pass new laws creating programs that would take some of the hard earned wealth that Piggies like one and three had, and force them to give that wealth to piggies like two and four through government social programs.


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