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Re: “Local lawmakers split over Comey testimony

"For highlights of Comey's testimony, go to this CNN site."

Seriously? You cannot trust anything that CNN produces nowadays. How about including a link to a non-partisan site?

2 likes, 9 dislikes
Posted by LivesLocally on 06/10/2017 at 3:35 PM

Re: “Olympic Museum construction is underway

Does anyone really believe the reporting of financial information surrounding this building and completion of surrounding infrastructure items is going to be transparent?

4 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by LivesLocally on 06/10/2017 at 3:29 PM

Re: “Working from home? You'll need more than your pajamas.

Thanks Jim. Those were classic keyboards and made when everything was of quality and of course much more money I feel.

Wired is the way to go if your office space is near your internet connection. There's less to go wrong no doubt and often faster. I do think you can secure your wifi and if you are logging in remotely I would guess you have a VPN, right? That should keep you secure but I agree that if you can do it- hard wire your network. I hate drilling holes though I have. I'm not the handy type unfortunately. I paid my handy man when I wired my basement office to my main connection up 2 1/2 stories higher. A lot of cabling... Thanks for reading! Feel free to email me if you have anything you want to discuss.

Posted by Techpertise on 06/10/2017 at 2:37 PM

Re: “Douglas Bruce properties in Denver at issue

See a therapist, Ladyliberty. Your paranoia is showing. Nobody made Bruce a slumlord. He only has himself to blame.

2 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Zen on 06/10/2017 at 1:57 PM

Re: “UPDATE: Holly Williams files for El Paso County commission seat

No thank you ....

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Posted by actionjackson on 06/10/2017 at 6:55 AM

Re: “Legally, it doesn't take much for a guest to stake a claim to your home

I gave Dr. Alli a call regarding sudden change of my wife and he made it clear to me that my wife will love me till the end of the world,that she will never leave my sight. Now me and my wife is back together again and has started doing pleasant things she hasnt done before, he makes me happy and do what she is suppose to do as a woman without nagging. Email him for any kind of help you may need Email: allispellhelp1@gmail.com Or Phone number:+2348100772528

Posted by CHAD JEFF on 06/10/2017 at 3:59 AM

Re: “No bones about it

As a dog owner and lover I found the article "No Bones About It" very one sided. People might think it's a great idea to bring your pets everywhere but I feel it is a very selfish way of thinking. In a restaurant environment, the last thing I want to see is a bunch of dogs, calmly laying down or not. Restaurants have a hard enough time keeping their establishments clean from adults and kids visiting and then you add dogs, big or small, to the picture and it could become very costly, not to mention a liability for the store owner/manager if one time a dog bites a patron. Lets consider people who have allergies, dog phobias and any other personal issues people may have with animals in general. People have an unwarranted notion that everyone loves their dog and are oblivious about personal boundaries. No matter how much I love my dogs I will not put my dogs before other people. Let's not lose our heads and truly consider our pets as other people.

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Posted by Carrie Solano on 06/09/2017 at 6:24 PM

Re: “Local lawmakers split over Comey testimony

Congressman Doug Lamborn issued the following fake news after former FBI Director James Comey delivered:

The Lamborn alternative facts:
"... The former Director refused, under multiple avenues of questioning, to state that the President impeded or obstructed any investigations. I hope that we can now move on from the political theatrics of this hearing and return the focus to the important policy work being done to improve the lives of the American people."

The facts:
He refused, even under attack by Republican lawmakers asking multiple versions of the same question, to state that the President impeded or obstructed any investigations, IN AN OPEN, PUBLIC, FORUM. He deferred answering in public because it is an on-going investigation and the information is classified.

Yes, they are investigating your hero, and yes, we can now move on, to the criminal investigation. And no, not everyone is so distracted that we haven't noticed you passed deregulation of financial corps., giving them a license to steal while simultaneously defunding their oversight.

10 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by rangesaf on 06/09/2017 at 1:59 PM

Re: “Working from home? You'll need more than your pajamas.

You'll have to pry my cold dead hands from my IBM 101 keyboard. You'd have to buy it used now but it still rocks countless years later.

These newer keyboards are mostly junk I think. The ones that come with most new computers are cheap. Nothing to do serious work on.

I would suggest discussing hard wired versus a wireless internet connection. I won't do business over a wi fi myself but that's just me. I don't trust my neighbors, lol.

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Posted by Jim Schniel on 06/09/2017 at 1:02 PM

Re: “Medical marijuana patients turn to the courts to roll back home grow regulations

Hack really is an imbecile. He and the General Assembly of Idiots are united in opposition to our constitutional rights to use cannabis. They have declared all patients growing sufficient cannabis to juice the leaves felons for the ostensible purpose of cracking down on the black market without even asserting that patients and caregivers (as opposed to the State's own not-so-tightly regulated dispensary system or non-patients growing cannabis illegally) are disproportionately responsible, much less adducing any evidence! The State has now joined the new front in the War opened by Denver and the Colorado Municipal League against homegrowing and will scapegoat patients for its own failures, using $6 million paid by cannabis-consumers in taxes to pay rural cops to go door to door demanding to come in and count plants! Colorado is incapable of self-government and the proofs are its putative repreentatives and elected officials.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Robert Chase on 06/09/2017 at 12:18 PM

Re: “D-11 sees legal threat over Confederate lesson

It is human nature to want to be the heroes of our own stories. I can't recall a single incident when someone lost a fight, battle, war or even an argument, then declared, "I really had that coming." In fact, losing seems to be a requirement for being able to claim the moral high ground ("Losing to such unworthy opponents just proves we were right"). But as a mixed-race son of pro-Union southerners, I'm especially interested in what actually happened. And I've read that every state that filed a petition or letter of concurrence for secession mentioned "slavery" as the reason. It doesn't matter who owned whom. The reasons why people justify killing in the name of others do. So, yes, the Civil War was about slavery. And the Stars and Bars have been a reminder from Reconstruction til today that some people think it's still ok to commit acts of violence against their fellow citizens based on skin color.

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Posted by Rev G on 06/09/2017 at 11:59 AM

Re: “Medical marijuana patients turn to the courts to roll back home grow regulations

Get rid of ALL the Cannabis Laws and the corruption, "black" market, scams and manipulation END!

REMEMBER marijuana was made illegal with RACISM and LIES!

IT REMAINS THE SAME with RACISM and LIES!

4 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by JasonLauve on 06/09/2017 at 11:39 AM

Re: “Reader: Militants don't represent Muslims

I concur with Mr. Karim that the great majority of Muslims do not want to blow up little girls, run over people on a bridge, or stab diners. That said, I ask Mr. Karim to understand that each of those events has happened within the last three weeks, and each mass murder was committed by those claiming the faith. Additional scrutiny is warranted, and I wish Mr. Karim and others all the best in ridding their faith of these monsters.

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Posted by John Howell on 06/09/2017 at 6:22 AM

Re: “D-11 sees legal threat over Confederate lesson

the cause of the secession was the fear that Lincoln and the republican congress would abolish the institution of SLAVERY!!! the secession was the cause of the civil war!!!

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Posted by happyfew on 06/08/2017 at 4:54 PM

Re: “D-11 sees legal threat over Confederate lesson

Do some research! The Morrill act was the primary cause of the Civil War. Not Slaves. In fact Lincoln and Sherman had Slaves. Jefferson Davis did not. When Lincoln could not gain support against the South...he used slavery as a selling point. However, even after the Horrid war against the South was over. The North KEPT their slaves until YEARS later! HISTORY has been rewritten to serve the purpose of the Northern Government...same way they whitewashed the genocide of the Native Americans.

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Posted by Melanie B Jennings on 06/08/2017 at 4:17 PM

Re: “D-11 sees legal threat over Confederate lesson

Wyman is correct. In 2013 Walter Williams, a black economist, whose forebears were slaves, in a 2013 column exposed Lincoln's beliefs toward blacks and illuminated the reasons for the Civil War. Lincoln was actually a racist whose main war objective was preserving federal revenue and NOT freeing the slaves.
http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/walter-w…

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Posted by curious on 06/08/2017 at 2:00 PM

Re: “Molly Boyles returns to the Springs with Blue Moll

Excellent! Who here remembers 929 shows at the Underground?

Posted by Jah Dave on 06/08/2017 at 12:02 PM

Re: “Strawberry Fields argument filed with appellate court

Thank you Pam Zubeck and the Independent for this timely update. The fight to save Strawberry Fields is far from over. As this case moves through the judicial system, its importance as precedent grows ever more clear. A win for Save Cheyenne will mean a step up for people who now have little voice when attempting to prevent the loss of public lands to privatization in their hometowns. From Indiana to California, Massachusetts to Georgia, the outcome of this case here in Colorado will have enormous ramifications across the country. Make no mistake, a loss will put publicly-owned parkland at much higher risk of commercialization - from sea to shining sea. Please consider a donation to the legal fund at http://www.savecheyenne.org.

3 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by doonya on 06/08/2017 at 9:49 AM

Re: “Douglas Bruce properties in Denver at issue

Zen obviously has no "FACTS" on the political targeting of Douglas Bruce. Citizens of Colorado have no idea of the corruption in Denver.

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Posted by LadyLiberty on 06/08/2017 at 9:35 AM

Re: “D-11 sees legal threat over Confederate lesson

I understand that the substitute only saw a snapshot of the overall instruction going on but I think the response --this is what we always teach or we are just teaching what many schools across the country teach about this subject--just speaks to underlying issues in general. Wow!

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Posted by Sam1789 on 06/08/2017 at 7:14 AM

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