October 2014


In Colorado’s first known all-Spanish debate between political candidates, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who’s been learning the language since early last year, read closely from written answers. Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a more fluent speaker, spoke extemporaneously.

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There have been many reports of ‘non-citizens’ participating in U.S. elections and these reports focus on illegal aliens voting, but what these reports neglect to mention is something just as illegal: legal and illegal aliens participating in U.S. elections via canvassing/registering-the-vote. A prime example is the infamous lawless Latino organization Mi Familia Vota. The head of Commierado’s Mi Familia Vota is Brazilian Carla Castedo Testa who claims to have once been an illegal alien and is soon to become a citizen in the next few months. Another ‘lead’ canvasser/register-the-vote at Mi Familia Vota Commierado is DACA recipient Ana Fernanda Zaragoza who was ‘named by Obama’ as a ‘Champion of Change’.

Is it illegal for non-citizens to canvass, register-the-vote, or to participate in any way in Colorado elections? Yes it is. Will anything be done to stop it? Not so much…apparently.


A Korean war veteran in Greenfield says his flagpole stands for freedom. His homeowners association says the flagpole breaks the rules.

The dispute stems from American and Missing In Action flags in Robert and Judy Willits’ front yard.

The couple moved to the Fieldstone neighborhood last Christmas. This summer they installed the flagpole.

“It means a lot to me. We fought for that flag,” Robert Willits said.

Both Robert and his brother, Lester, served in the Korean War. Robert was injured. Lester never came home.

“Lester is still there. So I’m going to keep it up,” Robert Willits said.

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Ebola health care worker Kaci Hickox, who was released from quarantine with the support of the White House, is a Centers For Disease Control and Prevention employee, records reveal. The lawyer who helped earn her release is a recent White House state dinner guest.

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As soon as the father of a 16-year-old Arapahoe County girl realized his daughter’s passport was nowhere to be found, he knew something was seriously wrong.

“At that time, my heart fell down,” the father said. “I just felt something really bad is going to happen.”

His daughter was already on her way to Syria with two other classmates as they apparently tried to join Islamic State militants. The three were stopped by German authorities acting on a tip from the FBI.

In an interview with The Denver Post, the father broke his family’s silence on Monday and recounted a harrowing, two-day ordeal that left him scared, confused and eventually elated. The father spoke to The Post on condition of anonymity.

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