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  • Protest over public health orders sweeps through downtown Durango ( Colorado )

    05/23/2020 10:04:47 AM PDT · by george76 · 43 replies
    The Durango Herald ^ | May 22, 2020 | Jonathan Romeo
    Participants say government is overreaching, violating Constitution.. About 200 people gathered Friday evening in downtown Durango to protest public health orders ... The organizer, La Plata County rancher John Avery .. decried actions by the government as a violation to the constitution. “What have we become, to let ourselves be governed and treated like cowards?” Avery asked the crowd. “This is our time to be strong. Take a stand. Don’t be afraid. Don’t let fear rule your life.” The rally .. gathered without masks and not social distancing. Many people had “Don’t Tread on Me” flags and Trump 2020 swag....
  • Lawsuit: Couple says they were spied on while having sex in Denver hotel room...

    05/23/2020 12:04:04 AM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 60 replies
    KDVR TV ^ | May 20, 2020 | Rob Low
    DENVER (KDVR) — A Texas couple believes they were spied on while having sex in their Denver hotel room. Now, Nathan and Christina Parks have filed a lawsuit in Denver District Court against DoubleTree by Hilton for invasion of privacy. The married couple, both 35, were staying at a Double Tree by Hilton in the Stapleton neighborhood in September 2019. When Nathan opened the door on the morning of Sept. 11, 2019, he said he discovered the door’s peephole laying on the floor of the hallway outside his room. “When I opened the door and I looked at it from...
  • If Georgie White Clark and I had crossed paths, I have a feeling we might have been fast friends ... [re: Glen and Bessie Hyde mystery]

    05/21/2020 9:37:56 AM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 5 replies
    Raising Jane 'blog ^ | Posted on September 3, 2014 | MaryJane
    "For all her notoriety, Clark remains something of a mystery to even those closest to her. Evidence discovered at her home the day of her funeral raised the possibility Clark fabricated portions of her past, giving rise to a new element of the Georgie legend," reports "While the theory is discounted by several associates, there is a faction of friends who are puzzled by connections that suggest Clark was in fact Bessie Hyde, who vanished in 1928 along with her husband, Glen Hyde, while the Idaho couple were on a honeymoon adventure floating the Grand Canyon in a wooden...
  • Colorado among the states that share names, addresses of COVID-19 cases with law enforcement

    05/19/2020 6:29:25 PM PDT · by sicsempertyrannisDenver · 33 replies
    Public health officials in Colorado are sharing health information, including names and addresses, of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 with first responders. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment told KRDO when conducting work as a public health authority, state and local public health agencies are not bound to HIPPA laws. In that scenario, agencies can provide patient health information about those who test positive for COVID-19. In Colorado, health officials say they can share that information with law enforcement, paramedics, and other first responders. Public health officials in at least two-thirds of U.S. states are sharing...
  • Tucker Carlson: Americans are rebelling against neurotic, dumb leaders and extreme coronavirus lockdowns

    05/19/2020 7:19:13 AM PDT · by Hojczyk · 27 replies
    FoxNews ^ | May 19,2020 | Tucker Carlson
    The problem with assessing political candidates is you never really know what they're like until they get ahold of power. And by then, of course, it's too late. The decent ones wield power with restraint and humility. They understand the limits have their own wisdom -- human wisdom -- and they also understand the inevitability of unintended consequences, which are the rule. They know they won't be in charge forever, and so they tread lightly. But the bad ones, they go crazy. And the more power they get, the crazier they go. Power is the drug they've been searching for....
  • Strip club at Colorado-Wyoming border reopens with strict cleaning, social distancing guidelines...

    05/18/2020 8:30:53 AM PDT · by L.A.Justice · 26 replies
    Fox 31 Denver ^ | May 17, 2020 | Ashley Michels
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Exotic dancers are now getting back to work at a gentleman’s club that straddles the Colorado-Wyoming border. Although some of the property is in Colorado, The Den is technically in Wyoming. “When they reopened the restaurants and bars in Wyoming we were super excited because it’s been very difficult for us,” owner Kim Chavez told FOX31. “It’s been horrible to go almost three months without any kind of income,” Kim’s husband and co-owner Greg Chavez said. Wyoming has seen significantly fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths than Colorado. The state allowed bars and restaurants to reopen to in-person...
  • Colorado's Democrat Governor Calls Out CDC For Inflating Coronavirus Deaths

    05/18/2020 7:46:49 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 05/18/2020 | Matt Margolis
    On Saturday, Colorado’s Health Department revised their official coronavirus death count downward to 878 from 1,150 as of Friday—a stunning reduction of 23.7 percent. The reason for this correction was that anyone who died from other causes while testing positive for the coronavirus was counted as a coronavirus-related death. In the wake of this revision, Jared Polis, the Democrat governor of Colorado, started pushing back against the official coronavirus death counts, saying even those of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are inflated from including people who tested positive for the coronavirus but died of other causes. “The...
  • Spot The Difference: Two Governors Reopened Their States, Only One Was Accused of ‘Human Sacrifice’

    05/18/2020 5:12:39 AM PDT · by MarvinStinson · 40 replies
    freebeacon ^ | MAY 14, 2020 | Andrew Stiles
    The governors of Georgia and Colorado have at least one thing in common. They both took steps to reopen their states' economies in late April amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But for some reason, the media's coverage of Gov. Brian Kemp (R., Ga.) has been slightly different from the media's coverage of Gov. Jared Polis (D., Colo.). Kemp, for example, has been accused of experimenting with "human sacrifice." So reads the headline of an April 29 article published in the Atlantic, which accuses Kemp of turning Georgia residents into "unwilling canaries in an invisible coal mine, sent to find out...
  • One More State Amends Coronavirus Death Count and the Numbers Are Significantly Lower: Will WorldOMeter and Johns Hopkins Update Their Websites?

    05/17/2020 7:20:00 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 24 replies
    Townhall ^ | 05/17/2020 | Beth Baumann
    From the start of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, one of the concerns was how the death count was being tallied. White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx said last month that the United States is taking a "liberal approach" to counting coronavirus deaths. Instead of only counting those who died as a result of the virus, they are counting everyone who died who had tested positive, even if their death was unrelated to the virus. "The intent is right now if someone dies with COVID-19, we're counting that as a COVID-19 death," Birx said at the time. "There...
  • Colorado amends coronavirus death count - says fewer have died of COVID-19 than previously reported

    05/16/2020 8:54:24 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 18 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 16 2020 | Robert Gearty
    Colorado has made a stunning and significant change to the way it counts COVID-19 deaths that reduced the statewide figure from more than 1,000 to 878, according to a report. The change came after Colorado’s Department of Public Health admitted that its COVID-19 death toll was counting those who tested positive for the coronavirus but had died of other causes, Fox 31 Denver reported late Friday. The department now says 1,150 Coloradoans who died had COVID-19 but only 878 of those deaths were “due to” COVID-19.
  • Colorado man died of alcohol poisoning, but death was later blamed on coronavirus: report

    05/15/2020 2:30:11 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 15 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 15 2020 | David Aaro
    A Colorado man who died of alcohol poisoning had his death classified as due to the coronavirus, possibly shedding light on a skewed virus death toll in the state, according to a report on Thursday. Sebastian Yellow, 35, was found dead by police on May 4. Montezuma County Coroner George Deavers later determined that his death was due to acute alcohol poisoning. His blood-alcohol content measured in at .55. The legal limit in the state is .08. But before Deavers signed the death certificate, Colorado health officials reportedly categorized Yellow’s death as being due to COVID-19.
  • Remarks by President Trump in a Meeting with Governor Polis of Colorado and Governor Burgum of North Dakota

    05/14/2020 1:36:23 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 2 replies ^ | May 13, 2020 | President Donald J Trump and others
    Cabinet Room4:41 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT:  Well, thank you very much.  It’s great to be with the Governor of Colorado and the Governor of North Dakota, two governors that are working very hard — harder than they thought they’d have to work.  We also have two very distinguished senators that you know very much: Senator Gardner, who you know, and — John, say hello.  Say hello to the fake news.SENATOR HOEVEN:  It’s great to be here.  Thank you, Mr. President.  We appreciate the invitation.  And, of course, appreciate all the support you’re giving us —THE PRESIDENT:  Yeah.SENATOR HOEVEN:  — and...
  • Montezuma County disputes Colorado state’s Coronavirus death count: Man With Staggering .55 Blood-Alcohol Content Dies; Officials Call It A COVID-19 Death

    05/14/2020 12:54:47 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    Durango Herald ^ | 05/14/2020 | By Jim Mimiaga
    The Montezuma County Coroner’s Office is disputing the state’s claim of a third fatal case of the coronavirus in Cortez, saying the person died of alcohol poisoning. County Coroner George Deavers said the person tested positive for COVID-19, but an investigation by him and the pathologist determined the cause of death was ethanol toxicity. The person’s blood-alcohol content was 0.55, or almost seven times the legal driving limit of 0.08 in Colorado, Deavers said. A BAC of 0.3 is considered lethal. “COVID was not listed on the death certificate as the cause of death. I disagree with the state for...
  • Shooter's Grill (CO) owner served with restraining order after reopening

    05/14/2020 11:00:31 AM PDT · by dware · 30 replies
    KJCT8 ^ | 05.14.2020 | Natalie Cruz
    RIFLE,Colo.(KKCO)-- Earlier this week Shooters Grill in Rifle reopened for dine-in service, which is against the state’s safer-at-home order. Unlike Mesa County, the Governor has not approved Garfield County for dine-in eating, which means they are only supposed to provide curbside pick-up and delivery. Owner Lauren Boebert, who is also a candidate for the Third Congressional District in Colorado, told us the rule is unconstitutional. She opened up last weekend for dine-in service at 30% capacity. Boebert was initially served with a cease and desist order Tuesday afternoon by law enforcement officials.
  • Rifle (CO) Restaurant Reopens Despite Cease and Desist Order

    05/14/2020 7:34:35 AM PDT · by dware · 15 replies ^ | 05.13.2020 | Stefany Busch
    GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado. – Shooters Grill in Rifle received a cease and desist order from the Garfield County Public Health Department and the Rifle Chief of Police on Tuesday after reopening its dining room against guidelines from the Garfield County Health Department. Shooters began opening its dining room at 30% capacity on Saturday and has served hundreds of customers so far. Owner Lauren Boebert decided to go against guidance from the City of Rifle, the Garfield County Public Health Department and County Commissioners by opening up the dining room. The restaurant prides itself on being a safe place to eat...
  • U.S. Supreme Court to hear presidential Electoral College dispute

    05/13/2020 4:33:08 AM PDT · by EBH · 145 replies
    Reuters ^ | 5/13/2020 | Andrew Chung, Lawrence Hurley
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court is set on Wednesday to consider a dispute involving whether “electors” in the complex Electoral College system that decides the winner of U.S. presidential elections are free to disregard laws directing them to back the candidate who prevails in their state’s popular vote. If enough electors do so, it could upend an election. The nine justices will hear two closely watched cases - one from Colorado and one from Washington state - less than six months before the Nov. 3 election in which presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden challenges Republican President Donald Trump. The...
  • Shooters Grill, of Rifle, opens without permission of government

    05/13/2020 7:12:19 AM PDT · by dware · 36 replies ^ | 05.12.2020 | Stefany Busch
    RIFLE, Colo. — Congressional candidate Lauren Boebert says she has reopened her restaurant, Shooters Grill, in Rifle, Colorado.
  • US Senate state of play: Dems favored to win control now?

    05/13/2020 5:28:35 AM PDT · by St. Louis Conservative · 66 replies
    Senate forecast is out and right now Dems have a (somewhat) clear advantage to take control. Here goes: Arizona: McSally hasn’t led a single poll. Trump trails Biden in most polls too so she can’t count on coattails. Dem gain. Colorado: Gardner is down double digits and Trump will Lose CO by double digits. This one is off the board. Dem gain. Maine: Collins is struggling in polling but she knows how to win in Maine. We’ll see. Currently a toss up. Georgia: Internal GOP polling just released shows Biden in the LEAD, albeit within the margin of error. Perdue...
  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Tuesday 5/12/2020

    05/12/2020 8:33:43 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 1 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 5/12/2020 | Nextrush/Self
    Libertarian activist Ammon Bundy praising the stand taken by a Washington state law enforcement officer over what what the officer sees as gross violations of Constitutional rights under the present coronavirus regime in the United States.... In northern Idaho's Kootenai County Ammon Bundy will be among the speakers at "Liberate America".... Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Israel being warned that they will be locked down tight again for holding religious bonfire observances last night..... Newborn babies and mothers among those killed in a terrorist attack on a hospital in Afghanistan's capital of Kabul today.... An Israeli soldier killed when a stone...
  • Over 70% of California’s Economy Has Reopened, Gov. Gavin Newsom Says

    05/12/2020 2:32:48 AM PDT · by Libloather · 22 replies
    The Wrap via Yahoo ^ | 5/11/20 | J. Clara Chan
    Over 70% of California’s economy has reopened with limitations, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday during his daily update on the state’s response to #COVID-19 “I know 70% is not 100%, and I recognize that ‘with modifications’ means ‘with restrictions,’ and ‘with restrictions’ means a struggle for businesses to get back where they were pre-pandemic,” Newsom said. Last Friday, the state moved into the next phase of reopening its economy by allowing some nonessential retailers - including clothing, music, toy, sporting goods and book stores - to reopen for curbside pickup. Still, the impact of the pandemic on the economy has...