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Re: “Former employees speak out against accused "pot doc"

The cause of this niche business is the stupidity of making all marijuana dispensaries in some cities medical. It cost nearly half to shop at a medical shop with a card.
It's time to deschedule.
It's time to measure medical doses so patients can be sure they get consistent products.

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Posted by La on 08/16/2016 at 7:07 PM

Re: “Berian's saga takes him to Rio for the Olympics

Thanks for the good info that you have shared. Also check olympic closing ceremony events

Posted by Chitti Cherry on 08/16/2016 at 5:18 AM

Re: “Former employees speak out against accused "pot doc"

Doctors will not discuss the use of marijuana with patients. Unless someone is dying from cancer a primary care physician will not sign the paperwork for fear of Federal retribution on their prescription number. This has created a niche for what many will call a marijuana Dr. For over 10 years I talked to Dr.'s about pain management for my back and all them said just use it BUT I can't sign that paperwork.

While some of these Dr.'s are just signing paperwork they are consulting with the patient as required by law. Make no mistake that they are able to make money for signing their paperwork and see many patients in a day because a niche market has been created because they are the only Dr's willing to make the medical marijuana recommendation.

I don't approve of the price gauging for the visit, the charge for plant counts or not having proper ID. I do know I use the same Dr. every year for renewal and have discussed the medical records that I brought from my primary Dr and my MRI.

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Posted by TruB on 08/15/2016 at 1:05 PM

Re: “Bearden finds her true self as transgender athlete

I find being called 'transgenders' somewhat inappropriate; our gender is not all that defines us. 'Transgender people' would be better. One no longer uses that part of speech when referring to people with disabilities either methinks. They are not their disability either.

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Posted by chubasco on 08/14/2016 at 11:04 AM

Re: “Bearden finds her true self as transgender athlete

Way to go, Jillian! You are an amazing athlete and human being!

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Posted by Cari Sumo on 08/11/2016 at 2:50 PM

Re: “Being Muslim in Colorado Springs

Thank you for sharing the wisdom of wise women.

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Posted by TruB on 08/09/2016 at 11:27 PM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

In the interest of civil discourse I will say this. Many on the right tell me to fear the socialist dictator Hillary, many on the left tell me to fear the fascist tyrant Donald. I have listened to you all and I will vote for someone I need not fear. Gary Johnson for president. Liberty is what I want and neither the dictator nor the tyrant will bestow it.

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Posted by Vincent Bruno on 08/09/2016 at 6:25 PM

Re: “Will she always be a cheater?

doesnt matter once a person cheats it is easier to do it the next time ect.ect. easy way to fix it i GET SOME HONOR, REMEMBER YOU TOOK AN OATH. if it isnt working out END IT and find a new path.

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Posted by Jay Whynotaskme on 08/08/2016 at 2:38 PM

Re: “Building a brand new Congress

Thank you for this information, Jim! 😎👍🏼

Posted by MarkM on 08/08/2016 at 2:03 PM

Re: “Building a brand new Congress

You should loose "Progressive" because its an instant turn off to about half the population, and you should loose "Bernie" because he has been part of the system for 30+ years and who caved to the "system". If you just went and senate term limits you might get further.

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Posted by Curtis Hutchens on 08/08/2016 at 10:50 AM

Re: “Shield 616 protects the protectors

Tim Bergsten! Does anyone who poses as a "journalist" do any amount of research or are all editors boozers or what. "Protect and Serve" was the propaganda for years but it was not true. It has been common knowledge for some time now that police do not nor are obligated in any way to protect anyone but themselves. Liability issues and that there are 2000 citizens for each police officer the chances are 99.99999999999% that when one is in trouble a cop will arrive in time to save them. If police were ordered to they would fail obviously and be sued everyday (that is if the "mass shootings" every 5 minutes as some want us to believe). Name the last time a cop in your town dispatched a bad guy that was about to create a victim..... I'll wait....
AND how about a definition of "high power" rifle? Most firearms have power and lots of it. I know you're in media but really, are you obligated to lie or stretch the truth while assigning labels such as "evil" and/or "good" to items? Then you have "ferocious capabilities of the shooter's high-powered weaponry" and it seems you may go into adjective overload.
I will clue you and other dummies in real quick: Firearms are dangerous! That is the core of the firearm. They can do damage, they can kill. It is what one needs to defend their life and more effective than a cell phone. The basis of The 2nd Amendment is you have the Right to protect yourself from the tyrannical. Plus there is no such thing as "cop killing" bullets.
If you want to see a "ferocious" firearm look at this video… You will see an AH64 Apache attack helicopter take out the enemy with an M230 chain gun. It fires up to 600 rounds per minute of 30mm (not 30 cal)
exploding projectiles. It is also called a "cannon" Then search for a M134D gatling machine gun which fires 50 rounds per second of 7.65 ammo…
So as citizens that carry concealed increases the murder rate goes down but concealed carry permit holders are strongly advised to never get involved in someone else' firefight. As an quick observation-public schools are gun free zones and the cause of school shootings, thanks to Bill Clinton. Planned Parenthood protestors have Freedom Expression but the signs accuse the clinic as being murderers. That is inflammatory and causes killings but nobody is too concerned about Freedom of Speech being regulated are they? Freedom of Speech is what you engage in and think it is your sacred Right and obligation to be a lying son of a bitch because you have a press pass. Then you may check out what police like to say: they put their lives on the line every day. Your research will tell a different story and so will Joseph Lozito, a man attacked on a NYC subway by a knife wielding mass murderer while NYC police locked themselves in a conductors cabin and watched.

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Posted by Robert Wyman on 08/07/2016 at 9:08 AM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

Kudos to the wonderful and beautiful Sisters, could not have said it better.

We all have opinions, we have a right to those opinions and no one's opinion is wrong, uninformed or ignorant (that last part is for you Tannim).

Oh yes, kudos to TruB for your kudos to the Sisters.

We should all vote our conscience and agree to disagree in a respectful way. That's how a democracy works.

I am a Vermonter, I LOVE our Bern, we now know he has become larger than Vermont. He is now the leader of the revolution and the Bern is not going away.

I myself agree with the Bern and will support Hillary and Tannim to say my vote for Hillary is not a sane choice is absurd.

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Posted by Lil Mick on 08/06/2016 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Locals reflect in the wake of Trump visit

I wonder how embarrassed Steve Mc is right now.

WTH does this even mean?

"I'm safe because I'm in his — well, he's like Hitler. Isn't that what they say?"

My brain.

Posted by Congolia Breckenridge on 08/05/2016 at 9:56 PM

Re: “A look back at Trump's Springs visit

But yet when you see Trump rallys there are thousands of people there,and Hillary can barely fill a small church. I hope the Democrats aren't getting overly confident. Many voters wonder how Hillary and Bill made $150 million while supposedly being public servants.

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Posted by Kipper Doug on 08/05/2016 at 8:38 PM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

Tannim, How old are you? My elementary school was an Air-Raid Shelter, with a basement made of hardened-steel and concrete, stocked with emergency-supplies. We had airraid-drills where we children lined up, went down there, sat on the floor with our heads beneath our knees, and they turned off the lights.

Joe Scarborough: "Several months ago, a foreign policy expert, on the international level, went to advise Donald Trump, and three times he asked about the use of nuclear weapons. Three times, he asked, at one point, 'If we have them, why can't we use them?’"

Hillary Clinton is a known commodity, who has kept her head through crazy-times and a life in politics. She is not going to wig-out and end life on this planet.

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Posted by Gina Douglas on 08/04/2016 at 7:59 PM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

I think we all know that Vladimir would take Donnie's lunch, give him noogy, and de-pants him in front of the world. Shows to go ya- Republicans ain't happy unless they ain't happy, figue that one out.

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Posted by longtooth on 08/04/2016 at 1:36 PM

Re: “Being Muslim in Colorado Springs

if you have the right to protect this country from turrorists .. try looking in the offices of elected officials ... those are the biggest turrorists which your programmed brain is unwilling to get around .. cognitive dissonance and stockholm syndrome aren't fictional concepts ..

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Posted by Gbox King on 08/04/2016 at 12:58 PM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

The comments reflect that they have not read the letter from the good sisters. You don't even have to believe in religion to heed good advice.

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Posted by TruB on 08/03/2016 at 8:16 PM

Re: “A look back at Trump's Springs visit

"The crowd, ... was overwhelmingly white and older." Much of them are on Medicare and Social Security - or hope to be. If they vote GOP their Medicare and Social Security will dwindle under Paul Ryan's "Better Way" and find themselves destitute in their old age. Retirees who vote GOP are cutting their own throat.

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Posted by OldCrank on 08/03/2016 at 7:56 PM

Re: “Trump's true colors, nurses for ColoradoCare, secrecy and the mayor, and more

Debra Avery and Gina Douglas-

I think this is hilarious. During the primaries, why didn't Clintonites come over to Bernie's side? We told you then that we couldn't vote for Clinton. Was it mutual on your side, or could you have voted for Bernie in a general election? I won't vote for HRC in the general, o well.

Don't worry about it though! If you all haven't realized it yet- our votes, our voices, our democracy- are all lost. We are going to keep paying taxes, work for the government for about 3 months every year, to support something we have no say in. I mean jeeze- we can't even fix the potholes in our city. We're out of the loop folks. Who knows what will happen. Assange claims he has even more damaging material on Hillary (As if rigging the primary election isn't enough)- Trump is imploding-- who knows?

to Tannim-

Yep, vote third party. I don't know if I'll vote for Johnson or Stein (funny predicament) - maybe I'll just draw an upside down flag on the ballot. I don't really see how we can withdraw from this predicament without simply refusing to except the premise. Dick Van Dyke was right with his endorsement of Bernie- "The Emperor wears no clothes". We better wake up to it quick

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Posted by KyleJS on 08/03/2016 at 3:44 PM

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