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Archive for November, 2011

Video: Bill Moyers foresees OWC

Video: Bill Moyers foresees OWC

        Plutocracy and Democracy Don't Mix Bill Moyers slams rule by the 1% One of America’s greatest journalists anticipated the entire Occupy Wall Street protests against the 1% back in 2010. This is from the final broadcast of Bill Moyers Journal, which in­cluded an interview with Jim Hightower who said: So, we need a lot more agitation. And that’s the only thing that succeeds from a progressive side in changing politics in America. Click here ... Full Story

No charges in officer involved shooting in Greeley

  District Attorney Investigation of the shooting of Jason Collins at the Fairfield Inn, Greeley, Colorado on October 28, 2011 SUMMARY OF INVESTIGATION On October 28, 2011, Jason Collins was shot and killed by officers of the Greeley Police Department SWAT team. Department of Homeland Security/ICE (DHS) agents had arranged for an undercover agent to meet with Collins at the Fairfield Inn Hotel located at 2401 29th Street, Greeley, Colorado. Agents of DHS had identified ... Full Story

Six Children Are Killed by NATO Airstrike in

Six Children Are Killed by NATO Airstrike in Afghanistan

      Six Children Are Killed by NATO Airstrike in Afghanistan By TAIMOOR SHAH and ROD NORDLAND Published: November 24, 2011  KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Six children were among seven civilians killed in a NATO airstrike in southern Afghanistan, Afghan officials said Thursday. The deaths occurred on Wednesday in the Zhare district of Kandahar Province, an area described by coalition forces as largely pacified in recent months, and two insurgents were also killed, ... Full Story

Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being

Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being kicked, pepper sprayed

          Pregnant Seattle protester miscarries after being kicked, pepper sprayed By David Edwards Tuesday, November 22, 2011 A woman who was pepper sprayed during during a raid on Occupy Seattle last week is blaming police after she miscarried Sunday. Jennifer Fox, 19, told The Stranger that she had been with the Occupy protests since they started in Westlake Park. She said she was homeless and three months pregnant, but felt the need to join ... Full Story

On This Day, November 25, 1876

U.S. Army retaliates for the Little Bighorn massacre   U.S. troops under the leadership of General Ranald Mackenzie destroy the village of Cheyenne living with Chief Dull Knife on the headwaters of the Powder River. The attack was in retaliation against some of the Indians who had participated in the massacre of Custer and his men at Little Bighorn. Although the Sioux and Cheyenne won one of their greatest victories at Little Bighorn, the battle actually marked the beginning of the ... Full Story

Thanksgiving Newsletter… Irene Aguilar

Thanksgiving Newsletter… Irene Aguilar

    From Where I Sit Dear Friend, It’s been a little over a year since I decided to seek a seat in the Colorado State Senate, and just under a year since I was selected to serve the people of Senate District 32. It’s been a whirlwind from start to finish, and as I pause to celebrate Thanksgiving with my family and friends, I can’t help but count my opportunity to immerse myself in public service as one of the great blessings of my life. I feel awfully lucky, and ... Full Story

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Two distant galaxies which formed about 2 billion years after the big bang are caught in the afterglow of GRB090323, a gamma-ray burst seen across the Universe. Shining through its own host galaxy and another nearby galaxy, the alignment of gamma-ray burst and galaxies was inferred from the afterglow spectrum following the burst's initial detection by the Fermi Gamma Ray Space TelescopeCaught in the Afterglow Illustration Credit: ESO, L. Calçada - Research Team: Sandra Savaglio (MPE) et ... Full Story

Udall’s Newsletter Update

Udall’s Newsletter Update

    Mark's Newsletter Update: $15,000,000,000,000
 November 23, 2011   Dear Fellow Coloradan, This month, the United States hit an unfortunate milestone. Our national debt officially passed $15 trillion – an enormous number that represents a serious threat not just to our economy, but also to our national security. This week, the bipartisan congressional "super committee" was unable to reach a deal to cut at least $1.2 trillion from our national debt ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics at the Turkey Tumbler

Premier Gymnastics at the Turkey Tumbler

  CATS Turkey Tumbler 2011 By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies in Loveland participated in the “Turkey Tumbler Meet” hosted by CATS of Boulder on November 19 and 20, 2011. The Level 4 Team placed 1st, the Level 5 and Level 6 Teams both placed 2nd.   In the All-Around Competition: Level 4: In the Child Division Mackenzie Nedom placed 3rd. In the Junior Division Madison Blair placed 1st with a score of 39.050. In the Senior Division Taylor ... Full Story

Eagles Thankful For Gutsy, OT Win

Eagles Thankful For Gutsy, OT Win

        LOVELAND, Colo. - A short-benched Colorado Eagles team defeated the Idaho Steelheads, 5-4, in overtime in the first of three meetings between the teams this week. Skating with just 14 skaters for two-thirds of the game, and 13 for the final third, Colorado out-shot Idaho 38-20 in a fast-paced game at the Budweiser Events Center. The Eagles out-shot the Steelheads 12-7 in the first period, but it was Idaho that led 2-1 at the first intermission. The ... Full Story

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