Up on the Housetop a Long Time Ago
Teddy and Nonna always wanted to live by the beach. Their home overlooked the Mediterranean and on clear days you could see in the distance some of the islands that made up their native Greece. Nonna became pregnant for the first time and soon they welcomed an infant son which they named Nikolaos or Nicky for short. Teddy’s business was good and the young family | Read More »
Congressional Democrats unite to swindle young Occupy Wall Streeters with Student Loans
What do Steve Israel, Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden, Harry Reid, Hillary Clinton and Barney Frank have in common? They all voted to enslave young college students with non-dischargeable student loans. When it comes to Student Loans, the Democrats have been among the leading forces in socking it to young people. Large lenders have used their money and influence to get key Democrats in the House | Read More »
Washington Post Staff Writer Who Wrote Rick Perry Attack Piece Has Criminal Past
On October 1, 2011, the Washington Post’s Stephanie McCrummen authored a story for publication in the Post concerning Texas Governor Perry’s lease of a hunting spot with an offensive name. Although a careful read of the story shows that there is no substantiation for the allegations of racism, Ms. McCrummen, the Post, and MSNBC have held a non-stop witch hunt, accusing Mr. Perry of everything | Read More »
Jim DeMint has a Picnic with Ken Buck
U.S. Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) paid a visit to Colorado to support Senate Candidate Ken Buck in his effort to be the GOP Nominee. As part of the events surrounding DeMint’s visit, a notice went out to 912 Project and Tea Party activists to come to a Downtown Denver City Park for hotdogs, potato salad and soft drinks. The invitation was somewhat selective and most | Read More »
Scott McInnis is on the beat as Colorado’s Next Governor
[McInnis] gave out the sobering statistic that each day 275 more Coloradans lose their job. He thinks the Dems in charge at the state Capital are “job cremators, not job creators”. His empathy for these workers is real and profound.
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He gave out the sobering statistic that each day 275 more Coloradans lose their job. He thinks the Dems in charge at the state Capital are “job cremators, not job creators”. His empathy for these workers is real and profound.
A James Madison Endorsement for Colorado Senate Candidate Tom Wiens
So who does the GOP want to be Colorado’s next U.S. Senator? If James Madison could speak from his grave, Tom Wiens would get the nod.
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Why Colorado’s Secretary of State Race Matters
A number of troubling events have occurred in Colorado since SoSP’s birth in 2006. ACORN has set up shop in Colorado with a foothold in Aurora. After his 2006 win, our sitting Democrat Governor, Bill Ritter, saw fit to sign an Executive Order allowing Labor Unions to penetrate the state government. Because of this, the AFSCME has started a Local Union of Colorado State Employees more formally called Colorado WINS/AFSCME Local 1876 part of the AFL-CIO. They share the same Denver address with the SEIU local union. Our Colorado tax dollars now flow to the AFL-CIO in Washington.
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AFL-CIO tries to gobble up Douglas County, CO School District
Castle Rock, CO In the 1930’s, labor unions got legitimacy. Under the Roosevelt administration, labor unions got protection and the ability to organize industrial laborers. The Unions then represented workers who made things. The United Auto Workers, Mineworkers, Steelworkers, etc. It was good to be a Union boss. Now we are in the 21st century and so many U.S. manufacturing jobs have disappeared. Unions have | Read More »
Romanoff makes Obama Magic Disappear in “Untouchable” Douglas County
Former House Speaker Romanoff takes on Senate appointee Bennett inspite of Obama Administration
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