The speakers will include Hulda Bachman, a concentration camp survivor, Ken Buck with Balance America, Dr. Jill Vecchio with Drs4patientcare, and Karen Kataline, Chairman of the Jewish Republicans of Colorado.
June 28, 2011
October 25, 2010
Following is what Hickenlooper said about rural Colorado. Sounds a lot like Obama and his guns and religion comment.
Hickenlooper: I think a couple things, I mean, you know, the tragic death of Matthew Shepard occurred in Wyoming. Colorado and Wyoming are very similar. We have some of the same, you know, backwards thinking in the kind of rural Western areas you see in, you know, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico.
Lane: We’re neighbors.
Hickenlooper: Right. And in a sense we’re all a community. And, at the same time, Denver has, I think, one of the more robust, politically active gay and lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered communities, really in the United States.
July 24, 2010
On Monday, August 2nd in the Hondius Room of the Estes Park Library (7-9 p.m.) the Estes Park 912 Group are going to study immigration and what one needs to do to become a naturalized citizen of this country. One Russian journalist will tell her story of how she became a citizen through marriage. One gentleman from Persia (Iran) will tell how he became a U.S. citizen, and two naturalization officers of Colorado will show us the particular papers one must study.
Then, on Thursday,August 19th in the Hondius Room at the Library (7-9 p.m.) our local candidate for sheriff, Justin Smith, will tell us what problems he sometimes has with non-naturalized residents of Estes Park.
Come and learn what we are facing and find out what we can do to help.
As activists in the Tea Party movement, we are committed to limited government and liberty. We too want to ensure that conservatives are elected in November.
Tom Tancredo’s conditional announcement of his candidacy as a third-party candidate is calculated to deny Republican primary voters of the chance to choose a gubernatorial candidate. Instead of focusing attention on the liberal agenda of John Hickenlooper, his announcement is undermining the eventual Republican nominee. That will also undermine Republican state, legislative and local candidates across Colorado.
Last December, Tom Tancredo wrote an op-ed calling on Tea Party and 9-12 activists to not form a third-party because previous conservative third parties “succeeded in electing the more liberal candidate after many conservatives waste their votes on a third-party candidate.” Tom Tancredo should remember his own words. It sounds like he spent too much time in DC and is infected with the same disease that most of the incumbent Republicans have now.
Click the link below to read the article written by Tancredo
An Open Letter to Colorado’s 9-12 activists and Tea Party patriots
Tom Tancredo, Denver Conservative Examiner
December 21, 2009
If Mr. Tancredo proceeds as planned, liberal Democrats will thank him as an influential politician who saved them from the election consequences of their disastrous policy choices. He will have engineered a stunning defeat for conservatives that will dwarf any problems he perceives in the two potential Republican nominees. The latest Rasmussen poll shows that Scott McInnis is within two points of John Hickenlooper, within the margin of error. Dan Maes is within three points.
Hickenlooper hasn’t led the polls for many months. Yet no Democrat ever felt compelled to demand his resignation as a candidate. We urge Mr. Tancredo to reconsider his present path. There is no situation in which we could urge voters to support his candidacy. At least have the courtesy to allow Republican primary voters to make their choices. If enough Republican voters skip the governor’s choice, that would be far more persuasive than your threat to sabotage Republican chances across the state this November.
July 16, 2010
Bart Stupak was so glad that he held out in supporting Obamacare so that he could force the President to sign an executive order banning federal funds from supporting abortions. It probably sent a tingle up his leg. It also cost him is job!
On August 19, 2009 President Obama said that some were bearing false witness about the federal government funding abortions with Obamacare. He also said that he considers it a core ethical and moral obligation not to fund abortions with federal funds.
Well, CNS New announced on July 14th that the Health & Human Services Department (of the federal government for those who are so stupid to figure it out) is sending $160 million to Pennsylvania for abortions.
The National Review also reported on July 14th that the HHS Department was sending $37 million to New Mexico for elective abortions. People started applying for the funds on July 1st and they will be paid out starting on August 1st!
I guess our President was bearing false witness when he said that others were bearing false witness when they were saying that federal funds will be provided for abortions in the Obamacare bill.
Federal funding for abortions have started,
Bart Stupak is one of the biggest idiots on the planet,
And our President is a liar, is immoral, and is pure evil!
When are people going to wake up?
The financial reform bill passed today, and it is full of provisions that have nothing to do with the financial crisis created by loose mortgage lending practices that were required by Dodd & Frank and company. Instead it caters to unions and other Democrat interest groups.
First, is the measure that will make it easier for unions and other groups that own shares in companies to put their representatives on the board of directors of every corporation in the country. We are talking about union control of every corporation in the country. Is that a huge payback to the unions or not? The unions screwed up the car companies which we bailed out, now they want to screw up all of corporate America.
Second, it imposes costly new burdens on airlines, utilities, and other non-financial businesses that use financial derivatives to hedge against the risks of fluctuating oil prices, interest rates and currencies. This will drive the cost of airline tickets, electricity, and natural gas up. It will also kill the farmer and drive food prices up.
Third, as I posted before, the bill creates more than 20 new “offices of minority and women inclusion” at the Treasury, Federal Reserve, and other government agencies, in order to meet quota hiring rules developed by the new Diversity Czars at each of the agencies. The agencies would also apply the same hiring requirements on all banks and financial institutions that they regulate.
Forth, the new consumer protection agency will provide substantial employment opportunities and funding for Democrat leaning groups, such as ACORN. But remember, they cut all funding off to ACORN. Maybe they can provide other types of counseling, like business start-up advice for prostitutes. And then they can loan them the money to get started.
As Senator Richard Shelby said, rather than focus on the abuses in the mortgage-lending market that led to the crisis, the new consumer agency will have broad-ranging powers to regulate and punish virtually any company that has a financial relationship with consumers.
Also, there are no checks and balances of these new agencies, so it will be up to the agency to determine how far they want to take the implementation of their social justice programs.
The Democrats knew that financial reform legislation or Wall Street reform legislation would pass, so they took the opportunity to pack it with stuff to further their progressive agenda.
One of the job related consequences is that this new bill is expected to drive financial-sector jobs overseas, just like Obamacare is driving healthcare jobs overseas.
The end result with this bill is more government, more government control, less individual freedom, and a drag on our fragile economy.
Dodd and Frank collapsed the housing market, and now they will collapse our entire economy with this bill.
I hope the Tea Party Patriots in Boston are happy with their newly elected Senator, Scott Brown!
July 15, 2010
The Wall Street Reform Bill, also know as the Financial Reform Bill is scheduled to be voted on in the Senate on Thursday July 15,2010.
CALL YOUR SENATORS NOW, and tell them to vote NO!
This is anything but financial reform. It is nothing more than more control over your life and less freedom!
Wouldn’t you know that so-called Moderate RINO Senators Scott Brown, Susan Collins, and Olympia Snowe are going to vote for the bill. They are anything but Moderate, they are Progressives. I wonder how the Tea Party Patriots in Boston and MA feel now? I think it is time for an old-time tar and feathering in MA!
One particular aspect of the bill that you might find interesting is the part about racial, ethnic, and gender diversity hiring quotas. Yeah that’s right. Quotas for hiring within the agencies effected by the bill, as well as all sub-contractors. We are not talking about non-discrimination, we are talking about hiring quotas.
What has that got to do with financial reforms? Oh yeah, it’s those rich white guys on wall street that caused the problems. And it is Dodd and Frank to the rescue! The same two that played a major part in the problems we are facing. Aren’t they rich white guys?
Here is some of what is in the bill.
SEC. 342. OFFICE OF MINORITY AND WOMEN INCLUSION
Each Director shall develop standards for equal employment opportunity and the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of the workforce and senior management of the agency. The Director of each Office shall develop and implement standards and procedures to ensure, to the maximum extent possible, the fair inclusion and utilization of minorities, women, and minority-owned and women-owned businesses in all business and activities of the agency at all levels.
Here is the link to the actual bill so you can read it for yourself.
This is nothing more than another method to redistribute the wealth.
November won’t come soon enough!
July 5, 2010
Listen to what Mexico’s President has to say about Arizona’s new immigration law. He must have looked at Obama’s teleprompter. He says that illegals in Mexico have to provide their papers, yet he has a problem with Arizona’s law that has the same requirement?