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  • Assault Weapon Ban--Congressional Record (Fraternal Order of Police Supports Assault Weapons Ban)

    02/13/2013 2:30:41 PM PST · by ModelBreaker · 27 replies
    Congressional Record ^ | September 13, 2004 | Cong. Jackson Lee
    "The assault weapon ban is supported by virtually every major law enforcement organization . . . as well as organizations including . . . The Fraternal Order of Police."
  • Decorated Combat Veteran Arrested in New York . . .

    02/01/2013 5:43:57 PM PST · by ModelBreaker · 19 replies ^ | 2/1/2013 | Rob Richardson
    "In the latest attack on the American people, a decorated War Hero has been arrested and charged with five counts of third degree criminal possession of a weapon, for having empty 30 round AR-15 Magazines in his vehicle."
  • The Whole Truth

    03/19/2012 9:58:22 PM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 11 replies
    American Docs For Truth ^ | 3/19/2012 | American Docs 4 Truth
  • This Obamacare Thing is Bad News, Continued

    03/14/2012 5:31:42 PM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 17 replies
    National Review ^ | March 13, 2011 | Kathryn Jean Lopez
    ". . . The Department of Health and Human Services rule that was finalized yesterday . . . establishes ... an abortion premium mandate. . . ."
  • Homeschool 5th or 6th grade American History Curriculum Recommendations?

    08/16/2010 8:24:45 AM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 39 replies
    Self | 8/16/10 | ModelBreaker
    We have been happy with our homeschool curriculum to date using the K-12 Curriculum. But we just hit American History before 1865. It is pabablum about Native Americans respecting the land blah blah. Don't even need to read the rest. Glancing thru the rest, it seems like a pretty standard left-wing treatment of the subject. So my question is, do any FREEPERS have recommendations for American History Curricula and are solidly conservative and factual. Appropriate for a bright 5th or 6th grader. We like to teach off a curriculum if possible rather than a text book or scattered books.
  • Vanity: Infrastructure for Civil Disobedience in Health Care

    03/23/2010 8:43:55 PM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 21 replies · 649+ views
    March 23, 2010 | ModelBreaker
    I want to open a discussion about how to set up an infrastructure for civil disobedience in refusing to pay the extortionate policy increases coming. One model I have become acquainted with during some family history research is the Italian Fraternal Societies in Colorado in the 1890's. Members paid dues; and when one got sick, the society helped with medical expenses. Successful experiments in this regard typically involve a fairly tight knit community who knows most everyone and can tell when someone is taking advantage. My suggestion would be to start talking Dr's into becoming contracted providers to a coop....
  • Huge Turnout in Colorado Republican Caucuses (Vanity)

    02/05/2008 9:06:23 PM PST · by ModelBreaker · 20 replies · 110+ views
    ModelBreaker ^ | 2/5/08 | ModelBreaker
    Caucuses are about to start in Colorado. Our precinct caucus in in our home. We are trying to fit more than 50 Republicans in our home. This is four times the previous largest turnout for this precinct!
  • Breaking News: Russian Troops Intervening in Ukraine Elections

    11/23/2004 4:38:52 PM PST · by ModelBreaker · 213 replies · 8,188+ views
    Private Email from Election Observer in Ukraine | 11/23/2004 | Bob Schaffer
    From: Bob Schaffer Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 12:10 PM Friends: some of you know I am in Ukraine as an election monitor. The presidential election was Sunday. There was rampant cheating and falsification reported throughout the country. I can't go into all details of election. I'm using a blackberry to communicate with lots of USA people, news agencies and Ukrainians. Please check news sources on the Ukrainian election background if you're not familiar. Also, I'll be regularly updating the Denver Post. They're setting their web site to post my updates. Here's the latest: Russian special forces dressed in Ukrainian...
  • Bob Schaeffer is the Real Deal--Volunteers Needed

    05/15/2004 8:31:51 PM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 11 replies · 200+ views
    Self | 5/15/05 | ModelBreaker
    I attended Bob Schaeffer's kickoff for his Senate campaign today. The speakers who introduced him were Tom Tancredo and Mike Coffman. Both solid conservatives. Bob is a three time congressman who actually adhered to a term limits pledge. A solid conservative, fiscal and social. Solid supporter of the second amendment. But more important, a good speaker, a proven vote getter, and has a reputation for integrity that shines. I'm helping organize Jeffco for Bob. Volunteers are needed statewide. Respond to me by FREEPMAIL if you are interested in getting involved.
  • The Boulder Daily Camera Embraces FR Usage of "Series."

    09/23/2003 6:03:46 PM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 22 replies · 132+ views
    The Daily Camera ^ | 9/23/03 | ModelBreaker
    In an article about last night's thrashing administered by the Denver Broncos to the hapless Oakland Raiders, the Boulder Daily Camera States: "After taking another look at Anderson, who will undergo an MRI today, the injury isn't believed to be too series."
  • Episcopalians revolt with their pocketbooks

    08/28/2003 5:40:26 AM PDT · by ModelBreaker · 45 replies · 261+ views
    Denver Post ^ | 8/28/03 | Eric Gorski
    On a recent Sunday morning, Jack Scrivner tore open his pledge envelope at Grace & St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Colorado Springs, wrote "restricted" on his check and put it on the collection plate in disgust. The retired Air Force officer and professor didn't want any of his income going to the Colorado Episcopal diocese, whose bishop and delegates had just voted to approve the nation's first openly gay bishop, New Hampshire's Gene Robinson. "I don't know how else to oppose it right now," the 77-year- old Scrivner said. "I could write a letter to the bishop, but I've tried...