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Archive for March 8, 2012

Limbaugh’s Lady Lies

Limbaugh’s Lady Lies

        Sandra Fluke's Testimony and Issues of Church and State Posed to Constitutional Democracy by Those Who Hoped to Silence Her  Guest blogged by Ernest A. Canning "When you let university administrators or other employers rather than women and their doctors dictate whose medical needs are legitimate and whose are not, a woman’s health takes a back seat to a bureaucracy focused on policing her body." - Georgetown Univ. Law Student, Sandra ... Full Story

Republican no-sex pledge

Republican no-sex pledge

    GOpers Working hard to Break their own Porn and Sex habits in South Carolina (Video) South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Dick Harpootlian released the following statement and video in light of the SCGOP’s no porn, no sex Party Pledge for the 2012 election: The Laurens County Republican Party is requiring a written pledge by all candidates for state and local office swearing off porn and sex. This requirement is being endorsed by Republican Party Chairman Chad ... Full Story

Prison inmate convicted of murder

Jury convicts man housed in ADX “step down unit” of second degree murde DENVER – Today a federal jury convicted Dominic Stewart, age 36, of the 2005 murder of Gregory Joiner while both were housed in the U.S. Bureau of Prison’s “step down unit” within the ADX in Florence, Colorado.  The jury convicted Stewart of second degree murder following a 7-day trial before U.S. District Court Judge Robert E. Blackburn.  Stewart is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Blackburn on June 8, ... Full Story

Larimer County Plane Crash

Larimer County Plane Crash

    Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies along with Poudre Fire Authority and Poudre Valley Ambulance responded to a small plane crash this afternoon (3/8/12) at approximately 1:00 p.m. near County Road 5 and County Road 40. The 69-year-old male pilot of the downed aircraft walked away from the crash but was transported to Poudre Valley Hospital with minor injuries. Apparently, the pilot was attempting to land the plane on an unpaved airstrip on his own ... Full Story

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

A broad expanse of glowing gas and dust presents a bird-like visage to astronomers from planet Earth, suggesting its popular moniker - The Seagull Nebula. This portrait of the cosmic bird covers a 1.6 degree wide swath across the plane of the Milky Way, near the direction of Sirius, alpha star of the constellation Canis Major. Of course, the region includes objects with other catalog designations: notably NGC 2327, a compact, dusty emission region with an embedded massive star that forms the ... Full Story

No Need for Manning

No Need for Manning

How can something that looks so right be so wrong? Well, the Broncos would be making a tragic mistake if they were able to somehow win the Peyton Manning sweepstakes. “Oh, D-Mac, you are just a blind Tebow lover! You are an idiot! You suck! I hate you!” See, I can read your mind. But now that you got that out of your system, can I talk some sense into you? Peyton Manning is not Peyton Manning anymore. The most obvious evidence of that is that the Colts just cut him. Nothing is ... Full Story

Eagles lose 6-2

Eagles lose 6-2

Stockton Splits Set With 6-2 Win LOVELAND, Colo. - The Stockton Thunder defeated the Colorado Eagles, 6-2, splitting a set of back-to-back games this week.  The Thunder scored five unanswered goals starting in the final few seconds of the first period to skate away with the win and inch closer to a playoff berth one night after the Eagles clinched their own. Stockton started the scoring 3:33 into the first period when Matt Reber's shot from the point was deflected by Jordan Fulton ... Full Story

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