Submitted by Peggy on Sun, 05/05/2013 - 5:27pm
John L. Work is a graduate of California State University at Long Beach. He worked for twenty years in law enforcement service and thereafter for nearly two years as an investigator with the Colorado State Public Defender's Office. He has been published in The American Thinker, Front Page Magazine, Liberty Ink Journal Magazine, and has written for the David Horowitz Freedom Center's NewsRealBlog. He lives with his wife in northeastern Colorado, where he is writing his seventh book.
Submitted by administrator on Thu, 03/21/2013 - 2:11pm
Thanks for joining us on May 20 to hear from Krista Kafer, Executive Director, from Colorado’s Future Project. Krista provided excellent commentary and some very helpful tips on what we can do over the next four years to message with conviction and empathy. We hope you walked away with a few ideas on how we can all move forward in working to convince even more women that government control is not in their best interest.
Submitted by Peggy on Wed, 01/02/2013 - 6:56pm
Thanks to Margo Knutson for sharing this very important document with us! This is a “must read” so please go to this website and download the brochure and become informed and involved! This concerns every American!
From Margo: I wanted to send this email to you as soon as this document became available to me via another patriot friend. Please review same and start to look for signs of "sustainable" development in your community. On a much bigger scale, this is a power grab by the government of our property and ultimately gaining control of property rights. I am asking our county commissioners to read this as well and if you don't live in DougCo but reside in another county, please forward to your commissioners and elected officials.
Submitted by Peggy on Sun, 11/18/2012 - 12:30pm
Thank you for joining us on Wednesday, November 14 for an early Thanksgiving lunch. Michael Brown, the former Under Secretary of Homeland Security and Radio Talk Show Host for the Michael Brown Show, was compelling, engaging and provided much needed comic relief. We so appreciated his time and expertise on the issues of the day and are excited he now lives in Douglas County. We also want to thank Bonnie Winters for sharing her "winning bid item" with us. Her kindness does not go unnoticed.
Please walk away from this message with one final thought for the year - we live in a wonderful county. We are surrounded by dedicated Republicans who will continue our mission every day for our liberty. Take the holiday season to reflect and share much deserved time with family and friends. Then remember, we have work to do starting in January. We didn't get the election results we had hoped for, but that doesn't change our love of country or our vision for a more stable, solid and better future. We have to further our cause together. Have a blessed Thanksgiving and always remember, we are an exceptional nation.