Check out this podcast interview of Americhicks' (Molly Vogt and Kim Monson) guest Keith Nobles with a brief explanation of why the Indian nations are referenced in the U.S. Constitution and how over time and various court and executive decisions the treaties were broken and freedom and property were taken from the Indian nations. It is an excellent abbreviated explanation and worth listening to, especially the part where individuals were no longer allowed…Continue
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Trevor Loudon has started a tour of America to present the movie "Enemies Within" based on his book about the people in Congress with ties to Marxist, communist, or even terrorist supporting organizations. Mr. Loudon is expected to be in Colorado the end of October.
Pre-order the DVDs of the movie, which begins manufacture and packing about mid-September 2016. Order an extra copy to share with friends or neighbors.…Continue
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Simon Lomax at Complete Colorado (page two) writes important articles regarding environment, energy, politics, and people who influence such things. In recent months, hedge fund manager Tom Steyer continues stoking environmental activism in Colorado and his many efforts have been reported at Complete Colorado. Now it appears that various unions' leadership teams are taking huge sums of money from Mr. Steyer to support his environmental…Continue
During the March 26, 2016, Craig Silverman radio show on 710 KNUS one of the lawyers' lounge guests was Colorado University law professor Mark J. Loewenstein. Discussion was centered on the recent Op-Ed article "Rethinking Citizen United"--the Supreme Court case that has been much maligned and misunderstood. Professor Loewenstein offered a little history that "corporations" originated by a grant from a monarch and the concept was modified with changes in American civil…Continue
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In "High stakes for anti-energy activists in CU Board of Regents race" on "Page Two" at Complete Colorado (.com), Simon Lomax explains issues and candidates in the CU Board of Regents race. Everyone should read the article, especially and delegates and alternates to the congressional district assemblies which is where the candidates for CU Regents will also be discussed.…Continue
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Good Profit by Charles G. Koch clearly explains the importance of principles that guide all the leaders of Koch Industries, the management philosophy for "Market-Based Management" (MBM), hiring standards, the failures and successes over the years, some family history, and throughout short story examples and quotations representing the topic. This is a fantastic book and I would recommend that everyone should read…Continue
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The Washington Times has a series of questions that might be found on a citizenship test. How would you do? Or the young people you know?
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I encourage people in Aurora (or elsewhere) to read this article from Aurora Sentinel about mayor, city council candidates, and possible ballot issues for the November 2015 ballot. Get informed early.
Keep in mind that all cities seem to have committees that citizens…Continue
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Littleton, Colorado, has a special election March 3, 2015. Jon Caldera on the Devil's Advocate (PBS programming) interviewed a guest familiar with urban renewal and the current ballot issue 300. It is pointed out during the program that Aurora, Westminster, and other locations have similar issues so the video may be of some interest to others.
People are starting to question what the president really said in the speech November 20 and then signed two items (executive orders?) on his way to Las Vegas on November 21, 2014. Check these articles at WND:
Notice the comments about "executive orders" and then later "Presidential Memoranda":…
Added by W. Branstetter on December 6, 2014 at 3:51pm — No Comments
Regulatory agencies and rules affect everyone at some point and it might be a good idea to know more about how they got started. Here is a relatively short history of the act. It looks like the text of the act may be linked at the end of this page.
H/T Nancy Wenlock for the post on…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on October 20, 2014 at 12:13pm — No Comments
This article by D. C. McAllister offers background for and transcription of an 1819 letter by John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State during the administration of James Monroe, to a German who wanted assurances of a job if he immigrated to the USA. The article includes a link to pdf image of the 1820 publication but certainly read the current transcription and explanation at:…Continue
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An article to think about and there is considerable discussion in the comments section where it is posted on Breitbart.com. Check it out:
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The following paragraph is from the article, all of which is informative. The complete article by Dr. Joe Wolverton II is at the link below.
"From Thucydides’ History of the Peloponnesian War, Jefferson, Adams, Dickinson, Madison, Hamilton and other diligent patriot-scholars learned of a particularly pernicious deception practiced by tyrannically minded conspirators. These instigators would place their fellow…Continue
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There is an element of fraud built into the healthcare act ("Obamacare") that has not received much attention yet. People who receive subsidies on the insurance exchange should be aware that if there is an error in the amount of the subsidy that person will be held responsible even though there was a direct payment to an insurance company. There was a mention about this quite a while ago but not an explanation of how it worked. This article does a reasonable job of…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on November 14, 2013 at 12:27am — No Comments
Al Maurer has written an article with this title for the Washington Times Communities page. Please read the article and watch for news in the coming months regarding this initiative. People will be needed to collect signatures on the petition if it is allowed. Start thinking about the idea.
Added by W. Branstetter on June 22, 2013 at 1:48am — No Comments
I would encourage everyone to watch the full 90-minute video from this forum. This is the video on which there are a couple of segments that Diana DeGette (CD-1) appeared poorly informed of terminology and issues. The panel included the board from the Denver Post, Ed Perlmutter (CD-7), Diana DeGette (CD-1), Senator Kevin Lundberg, and Sheriff Justin Smith (Larimer County).
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In the December 7, 2012, issue of the New York Times, David Kopel wrote an opinion piece about the recent U.N. treaty that was not ratified by the United States senate. If you missed it, the treaty concerned persons with disabilities but there were some areas that bureacrats with the United Nations would fill in the details later--at least that was my understanding.
Recently there was a video of Anderson Cooper grilling Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) on the failure of the senate…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on December 10, 2012 at 12:34am — No Comments
Matthew Continetti has written an article about a meeting that took place recently that was not covered by the media. It is consistent with a group of people who is discussed in the book by Adam Schrager and Tim Witwer titled "The Blueprint:..." The article simply helps draw attention to people and organizations that do not get enough attention.
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