Thursday Open Thread

“When you’re born you get a ticket to the freak show. When you’re born in America, you get a front row seat.”

–George Carlin


32 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

    According to Jennifer Rubin in the WAPO, things are changing among Hispanics.

    An important breakthrough for Hispanic voters

    “In Arizona nearly 3 in 10 new registered voters were Hispanic. In Colorado 1 in 5 new registered voters were Hispanic. In New Mexico nearly half of all new registered voters were Hispanic. In North Carolina the number of Hispanic registered voters grew +28% while Non-Hispanics declined -4%.” (Emphasis in the original.) …

    Hispanic voters delivered reliable and consequential increases in voter participation on average almost doubling turnout across these 7 key states

    Independent/Other Hispanic voters were especially energized to go the polls, more than doubling turnout in these states on average

    Growth in the number of Hispanic voters aged 18-24 tripled on average across AZ, CO, GA, NM, NC, OH, and PA.

    The impact of all this turnout? 

    In 2018, Democrats captured 69 percent of the Hispanic vote (73 percent of Hispanic women), compared with 90 percent of blacks and 44 percent of whites.

  2. MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

    Kudo's to Senator Bennet for laying the groundwork for our current hemp industry (It was Jared's work on the House language and the Senator's work in the Farm Bill conference committee in Dec., '13) that made this industry even possible.  Even with our success, federal regulators are still a significant hindrance to our growth.  Hemp was descheduled under the 2018 Farm Bill and reclassified as an agricultural crop. 

    American Bankers Association Demands Answers About Hemp And CBD

    In a similar letter to federal regulators this month, Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) also complained about the continued lack of access to banking services for hemp producers. The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said he hopes the agencies “can work expeditiously and in a coordinated manner to issue guidance describing how financial institutions can offer financial products and services to hemp formers and processors.”

    But so far, the closest the regulators have come to assuaging the concerns of banks is a statement from a top Federal Reserve official who said during a Senate hearing earlier this month that “hemp is not an illegal crop.”

    • notaskinnycooknotaskinnycook says:

      Michael, since we know Bennet is only going to be in the race for a short time (maybe through Iowa), do you know if he is he trying to put this bug in the ear of an "in it to win it candidate"?

      • MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

        Michael has been a real champion of the industry from the early days; Ed P has also been a champ and uses his voice on the House Financial Services Committee to promote the industry.  On the marijuana side of the fence I know our alum Whiskey Lima Juliet has met personally with the women POTUS candidates and has had a noticeable influence on their positions.  

        All this disconnect at the agency level is frustrating but we're getting there.  When I look through the lens of politicians and regulators (mostly DEA) who said six years ago that federal legalization was never going to happen, we're getting the last laugh.  

        • Duke CoxDuke Cox says:

          It has taken the buy in from the banks, insurance companies, Big Ag and others to push the issue to the tipping point. Big Pharma, Private Prisons, and the entrenched anti-drug agencies and NGOs fought aggressively, but ultimately, the money is too big for the banks and insurance companies to resist. They will move Congress.

          Do I see this correctly, Michael? You know the subject as well as anyone I know.


  3. PseudonymousPseudonymous says:

    Oh, about that (apparently a Griswold) poll.

    SOS Jena Griswold polled second in a race she's not even running in

    If the poll included Griswold, why not Hickenlooper anyway?

    "He's his own universe and it doesn't take a poll for us to know that if John Hickenlooper got into the U.S. Senate race, he would poll significantly higher than all of these people," Hubbard said.

    He said to the best of his knowledge, the poll was not done on behalf of Griswold.

    "This poll was done on behalf of a PAC that is looking at Colorado and other states that are highly targeted," said Hubbard.

    That PAC is "Next Senate PAC," a political action committee that was created in June.

    According to the campaign finance records for Next Senate PAC, seven people — all in Colorado — contributed $24,500 to Next Senate PAC. Of the seven, six of them contributed to Griswold's Secretary of State race.

    In that data — which looks like a hard to read excel file — there is a column entitled "Swich to Jena." Yes, it said "swich" and not "switch."

    A pollster who spoke with Next said that a column like that would imply that there was specific information told about Griswold and then the person being polled would be asked if they would switch to Griswold from the candidate they first said.

  4. Diogenesdemar says:

    I find myself wondering these days just what the founding fathers, with all their 18th-century wisdom, found so distasteful with hereditary monarchy?  (Would any monarch conceivably be as bad as the Orange Ego? . . .)

    Anyway, as for the canard of representative democracy (as epitomized by Sen. Coreless Gardner?):

    Politicians Don’t Actually Care What Voters Want

    Over the past two years, we conducted a study to find out. We provided state legislators in the United States with access to highly detailed public opinion survey data — more detailed than almost all available opinion polls — about their constituents’ attitudes on gun control, infrastructure spending, abortion and many other policy issues. Afterward, we gauged the willingness of representatives to look at the data as well as how the data affected their perceptions of their constituents’ opinions.

    What we found should alarm all Americans. An overwhelming majority of legislators were uninterested in learning about their constituents’ views. Perhaps more worrisome, however, was that when the legislators who did view the data were surveyed afterward, they were no better at understanding what their constituents wanted than legislators who had not looked at the data. For most politicians, voters’ views seemed almost irrelevant.


    No one wants or expects politicians to march in lock step with their voters. Politicians are not supposed to mechanically replace their own views with the views of their constituents. But constituents’ perspectives should carry considerable weight. Our study suggests that for most politicians, voters’ views carry almost no weight at all.


    . . . God save the [republic]. (?)

    . . . or Green Stamps, or something.

  5. MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

    So. Much. Winning.  Didn't we bail these a*holes out once? 

    Wall Street banks bailing on troubled U.S. farm sector (while Wall Street is reaching new highs today)

    In the wake of the U.S. housing meltdown of the late 2000s, JPMorgan Chase & Co hunted for new ways to expand its loan business beyond the troubled mortgage sector.

    The nation's largest bank found enticing new opportunities in the rural Midwest – lending to U.S. farmers who had plenty of income and collateral as prices for grain and farmland surged.

    [a]fter years of falling farm income and an intensifying U.S.-China trade war – JPMorgan and other Wall Street banks are heading for the exits, according to a Reuters analysis of the farm-loan holdings they reported to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

    • kwtreemamajama55 says:

      Under Obama, consumers got paid back all the TARP money. Under $rump, it would more than likely bail out his hotels or his back taxes or something. If Warren wins, some of those "too big to fail" banks would just f#ing fail.

      Where is the money coming from now that is supposed to help farmers affected by $rump's trade war?

  6. RepealAndReplace says:

    Another Tea Party….

    The Squad has some Tea Party-like qualities but some big differences.

    There are only four of them unlike the gaggle of RWNJs who made John Bohner's life a living hell. And more importantly, the House rules have changed so there can be no threat of a motion to vacate the chair. If they want to make a move against Nancy, it will have to wait until Jan. '21.

  7. kwtreemamajama55 says:

    Recall Polis petition signing locations – in case Minnie D Mousse or Eatch Itndie needs a place to sign, or someone feels like hanging out with "Decline to Sign" literature.

    Outlets like the libraries, that are open to the public, should have public contest the recall forces. The private businesses don’t deserve your business.

    Here it is in text:

    Together we’ll save Colorado! Thank you.

    ~ The Dismiss Polis Team

    Adams – No business locations yet


    1. Caton’s Superlube – 725 Main Street, Alamost, CO 81101 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
    2. Frontier Pawn – 6259 US Hwy 160 W., Alamosa, CO 81101 – Tuesday – Saturday 9am to 4:45


    1. Arapahoe County Admin Building – 5335 s Prince St, Littleton, CO 80120 There will be multiple recall petitions available for signing.  Wednesday through Friday 8am to 6pm / Sat 9am to 5pm / Sunday 12pm to 4pm.
    2. Bighorn Firearms – 2175 S. Jasmine St, Suite B, Denver, CO 80222 Monday-Friday 11am – 7pm / Saturday 1-6
    3. Bowers Tactical – 6931 S. Yosemite St, Suite 400, Centennial, CO 80112
    4. Carnegie Public Library – 120 Jefferson St, Monte Vista, CO 81144 – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Library Hours – Monday – Friday 10am – 5:30pm / Saturday 12pm – 4pm
    5. Centennial Gun Club – 11800 East Peakview Ave, Centennial, CO 80111 FRIDAY ONLY  10am – 6pm
    6. Tips and Brass – 15450 E. Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO 80013 Monday – Friday 10am to 6pm / Saturday – 12pm to 4pm


    1. Day Lumber Company – 2690 E Hwy 160, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 – Monday – Friday 7am to 5pm, Saturday 8am to 12pm
    2. Old West Saddlery – 9 S. Primrose Ridge Pl. Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 – Monday – Thursday 9am to 5pm
    3. Pagosa Guns LLC – 56 Talisman Dr, Suite 8 K, Pagosa Springs,CO 81147 – Wednesday through Saturday 9am to 5pm


    1. FosFit – 210 west Oak Street, Walsh, Co 81090 – Monday – Friday 6pm to 7pm (One Hour Window)
    2. The LongHorn Steakhouse – 400 Main Street, Springfield, CO 81073 – Monday through Saturday 6am – 9pm / Sunday 6am – 2pm


    1. Thaxton’s Market – 117 Bent Ave, Las Animas, CO 81054 – Monday Through Saturday 8am – 7pm / Sunday 8am – 6pm


    1. Warrior’s Revolution – 1240 Ken Pratt BLVD, Longmont, CO 81252 – Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 7pm.

    Broomfield – No business locations yet
    Chaffee – 

    1. Salida Gun Shop – 7345 W. Hwy 50, Salida, CO 81201 – Monday – Thursday 9am to 5:30 / Friday 9am to 8pm / Saturday 9am to 4pm / Sunday 11am to 4pm
    2. Wolf Pack Trading Company – 836 Us Hwy 24 South, Buena Vista, CO 81211 – Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm / Saturday 9am to 4pm / Sunday 10am to 2pm

    Cheyenne – No business locations yet
    Clear Creek – No business locations yet
    Conejos – No business locations yet
    Costilla – No business locations yet
    Crowley – No business locations yet


    1. The Sangre de Cristo Sentinel – 601 Main Street, Westcliffe, CO 81252

    Delta – No business locations yet
    Denver – No business locations yet
    Dolores – No business locations yet


    1. Franktown Firearms – 7460 E HWY 86, Franktown, CO 80116

    Eagle – No business locations yet


    1. Danger Lee Industries – 210 Elizabeth St. Elizabeth, CO 80107

    El Paso

    1. Assholes Garage – 2007 Bott Ave. Colorado Springs, CO 80904 – Monday through Friday – 9am – 6pm
    2. Bach Crawlers – 780 Hwy 105, Palmer Lake, CO 80133
    3. Family Firearms – 3882 Maizeland Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    4. Integrity First Auto Repair – 2504 E Platt Place, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
    5. Northern El Paso Republican Women – 15784 Agate Creek Dr, Monument CO 80132 – CALL BEFORE COMING TO VERIFY – Monday – Saturday 8am to 7pm / Sunday 10am to 7pm
    6. Oasis Custom Firearms – 2935 N. Prospect St, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
    7. Paradise Sales – 605 W Colorado Ave,  Colorado Springs, CO 80905 – Monday – Friday 10am to 6pm / Saturday 10am to 7pm
    8. Pikes Peak Gun Club – 450 S. Franceville Coalmine Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80929
    9. Pikes Peak Library – East Library –  5550 N Union Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Petition Signing Hours: Monday 10am to 1pm / Tuesday 10am to 2pm
    10. Pikes Peak Library – Ruth Holley – 685 N Murray Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80915 Petition Signing Hours: Volunteers needed                                                                          
    11. Pikes Peak Rockrimmon Library – 832 Village Center Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80919 Petition Signing Hours: Tuesday 10am to 12pm / Wednesday 10am to 12pm and 3pm to 6pm
    12. Pikes Peak Mobile Library – 20 N Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903       Petition Signing Hours: Volunteers needed
    13. Specialty Sports & Supply – 4285 E Fountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80916
    14. Vapor Uprising – 7663 McLaughlin, Falcon, CO 80831 – Monday – Saturday 10am to 8pm
    15. Vapor Uprising – 308 West Fillmore, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 – Monday – Saturday 10am to 8pm
    16. Weaver Rifles LLC – 16850 Sagecreek Rd, Peyton, CO 80831 – Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm
    17. Western Insurance Solutions – 4740 Flintridge Dr; #115, Colorado Springs, CO 80918


    1. Fremont County Republican Headquarters – 603 Main Street, Canon City, CO – Monday – Saturday 10am to 2pm.
    2. Mantiques – 513 E. Main St, Florence, CO 81226 – Monday through Sunday 10am – 6pm – Volunteers needed


    1. Advanced Combat Training – 128 E. 3rd (downtown), Rifle, CO 81650 – Hours TBD
    2. Aquatech 6251 road 335, New Castle, CO 81647
    3. Glenwood Springs Golf Course (Shirt Shack) – Ask for Ross – 193 Sunny Acres Rd, Glenwood Springs, CO 81301 – Wednesday – 7am to Dark / Saturday & Sunday 7am to Dark
    4. Mama’s Family Restaurant – 103 E 1st, Parachute, CO 81635 – Monday through Sunday – 7am to 2pm
    5. Roaring Fork Rentals – 7264 hwy. 82, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 – Monday through Friday – 6am to 5pm / Saturday – 8am to 4pm
    6. PFS Truck, Diesel & Automotive Repair – 4291 West Centential Parkway, Rifle, CO 81650 – Monday through Thursday 8am to 5pm

    Gilpin – No business locations yet
    Grand – No business locations yet
    Gunnison – No business locations yet


    1. Jims Automotive Services – 3330 S. Glen Ave, Glenwood Springs, CO 81301 – Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm / Saturday 8am to 2pm

    Huerfano – No business locations yet


    1. Zirkel Liquors – 497 Main Street, Walden, CO 80480 – Monday through Friday – 8am to 8pm / Saturday – 8am to 9pm / Sunday – 10am to 6pm


    1. 5280 Armory – 4781 W. 58th Ave. Arvada, CO 80002
    2. 7/13 Dirty Dogs – 17999 W Colfax Ave, Golden, CO 80401 –
      Saturday 8 am – 6 pm
    3. 7/15  –  Stanley Lake Library  6 – 8  Meeting Room #1
    4. 7/16  –  Edgewater Library  6 – 8    Study Room #1
    5. 7/17  –  Golden Library  2 – 4:30
    6. 7/17  –  Belmar Library  6 – 8
    7. 7/17  –  Arvada Library  6 – 8
    8. 7/18  –  Evergreen Library  5:30 – 7:30
    9. 7/20  –  Lakewood Library  2 – 4:30
    10. 7/22  –  Columbine Library  5:30 – 7:30
    11. 7/29  –  Golden Library  6 – 8    Petition pick ups and notary signings


    1. 7/12 & 713 – Irish Festival,  Clement park.
      7/12 Friday 5 pm – 9 pm
      7/13 Saturday, time TBD
    2. 7/13 – Farmers Market 87th and Sheridan.  NW corner at Church of Christ parking lot. Saturday 12 pm – 1 pm. 
    3. 7/14 – Louisville Middle School – 1341 Main Street – Sunday 9 am – 1 pm.


    1. Hometown Gas and Grill – 809 Wanstead St, Eads, CO 81036 – Monday through Sunday 10am – 5pm
    2. Haswell Propane and Fuel – 403 Hwy 96, Haswell, CO 81045

    Kit Carson – No business locations yet
    Lake – No business locations yet
    La Plata – No business locations yet


    1. Canyon Acoustics – 2707 West Eisenhower, Loveland, CO 80538 – Monday Through Sunday – 2pm to 7pm
    2. Daleeco Printing – 2230 W. 1st Street, Suite A, Loveland, CO 80537
    3. God’s Country Cowboy Church – 5505 West Hwy 34, Loveland, CO 80537 – Every Saturday – 1pm to 3pm 
    4. Ponderosa Realty – 1751 N Lake Ave #104, Estes Park, CO 80517 – Monday through Sunday – 8am to 4pm

    Las Animas

    1. Aguilar Community Center – 146 W Main St, Aguilar, CO 81020


    1. Brent Welding & Machine Inc. – 53952 County Road 63, Arriba, CO 80804 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
    2. Bucko’s Feed and Freight –  1275 Immel Street, Limon, CO 80828 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5:30pm / Saturday 8am to 12pm
    3. High Plains Vet Clinic – 521 Indiana Ave, Limon, CO 80828 – Monday through Saturday – 9am to 6pm


    1. Friday evenings in Front of KC Records and Tapes – 100 Dismiss, Sterling, CO 80751 – Friday Evenings in July – 5:30pm to 8pm
    2. Janie Glenn – 528 Elm Street, Sterling, CO 80751 – Monday through Thursday 10am to 3pm / Friday & Saturday – 12pm to 3pm


    1. Kyle & Patricia – Will bring petition to those in the Grand Junction area who are unable to get out on their own. Call to schedule 970-640-7063
    2. Thomas Conrad Tucker – Will meet with people so they can sign. Please call to schedule (801) 7359411

    Mineral – No business locations yet


    1. Northwest Diesel Services and Sales – 1306 Ogden, Craig, CO 81625 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
    2. Cornerstone Realty – 508 Yampa Ave, Craig, CO 81625 – Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5pm
    3. Lrj Customs LLC – 409 N. 1st street, Montrose, CO 81401 – Monday – Friday 9am to 6pm / Saturday – 9am to 2pm

    Montezuma – No business locations yet
    Montrose – No business locations yet


    1. Livestock Exchange – 28601 Hwy 34, Brush, CO 80723 – Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm
    2. High Plains Cattle Supply – 29576 US-6, Brush, CO 80723 – Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm / Saturday 8am – 3pm
    3. Shells pet grooming – 4940’CR Z.5, Weldona, CO 80653 – Monday through Saturday 8:30 to 2pm
    4. Spotts bros – 801 W Platte Av, Fort Morgan, CO 80702 – Saturday 9am to 3pm

    Otero – No business locations yet
    Ouray – No business locations yet
    Park – No business locations yet
    Phillips – No business locations yet
    Pitkin – No business locations yet


    1. Daniels Construction – 201 East Washington, Lamar, CO 81052 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm
    2. Kirby Company – 205 N. Main Street, Lamar, CO 81052 – TBD
    3. Ports to Plains Travel Plaza Restaurant – 33110 County Road 7, Lamar, CO – Monday Through Sunday – 7am to 10pm
    4. Ranchers Restaurant – 33110 Co.Rd. 7, Lamar, CO 81052 Monday – Friday – Ask for Deb


    1. 365 Auction – 448 S. McCulloch Blvd, Pueblo West, CO 81007
    2. Bam Bam Firearms – 1841 S. Pueblo Blvd, Pueblo, CO 81005 – Tuesday through Saturday – 9am – 5:30pm
    3. M2 TSG Weapons – 48 Electronic Drive, Pueblo West, CO 81007
    4. Pueblo Bearing Service – 420 N. Elizabeth, Pueblo, CO 80003
    5. Pueblo County GOP HQ – 6 Avis, Pueblo, CO 81005 – Monday – Friday 11am to 2pm

    Rio Blanco

    1. Valley Gun Service – 1419 E. Hwy. 160, Monte Vista, CO 81144 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm / Saturday 8am to 2pm

    Rio Grande

    1. Team Murphy Realty – 29919 West U.S. Hwy. 160, South Fork, CO 81154 – Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm
    2. Three Barrel Brewing Company – 475 Grand Ave, Del Norte, CO 81132 – Monday – Sunday 11am to 9pm
    3. Valley Gun Service – 1419 E. Hwy. 160, Monte Vista, CO 81144 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm / Saturday 8am to 2pm

    Routt – No business locations yet
    Saguache – No business locations yet
    San Juan – No business locations yet
    San Miguel – No business locations yet
    Sedgwick – No business locations yet
    Summit – No business locations yet


    1. Alpine Firearms – 102 W. Midland Ave. Woodland Park, CO 80863 – Monday through Friday 9:30am – 6pm / Saturday 9:30 – 5:30
    2. Freedom 30 Arms – 603 W Midland Ave, Woodland Park, CO 80863 – Tuesday through Friday 9am – 6pm / Saturday 10am – 6pm
    3. The Cowhand – 200 W. Midland Ave, Woodland Park, CO 80863 – Monday through Saturday 10am – 5pm / Sunday 11am – 4pm


    1. J&H Auto, LLC – 301 E. 1st Ave, Aakron, CO 80720 – Monday through Saturday 7am – 5:30pm
    2. Latte Da – 102 Date Ave, Akron, CO 80720 – Monday 6am to 5pm
    3. Sito – 409 E. First, Otis, CO 80743 – Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm


    1. 1360 KHNC – 2 South Parish, Johnstown, CO 80534 – Tuesday ONLY – 11am to 5pm
    2. Ault Ammo Depot – 225 First Street, Ault, CO 80610
    3. Colorado Shooting Sports – 2435 8th ave unit A, Greeley, CO 80631
    4. Harsh Outdoors – 600 Oak Ave, Eaton, CO 80615
    5. High Plains Cattle Supply – 16256 Hwy 85, Platteville, CO 80651 – Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm / Saturday 8am –  5pm
    6. M&M Excavation – 25490 WCR 58, Greeley, CO 80631
    7. Precious Paws Grooming – 2319 W. 17th Street, Greeley, CO 80631 – Tuesday 9am to 5pm / Thursday-Saturday: 9am to 5pm.
    8. Roche Constructors – 361 71st Ave., Greeley, CO 80634


    1. The Filling Station – 3310 county road M, Kirk, CO 80824
    • Diogenesdemar says:

      Assholes Garage?

      . . . you think Fluffy’s also got his little self a real job, too?

      • MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

        He's a busy little guy.  I assumed he was collecting overtime raking the forests (his branch of government)? With those red-white-and-blue Home Depot rakes that make the forest floor look so beautiful?  Let's hope someone in the party is rewarding him for his brave service with front row seats to the Polis welcome this morning at WCS!

    • MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

      If you're in Wray I hear they're hanging out at the car wash at the top of Main Street from 5-7pm. The Filling Station in Kirk??  Population 90 (if you count all the cats and dogs)?

      • Diogenesdemar says:

        Let’sseehere . . .

        600,000 signatures needed . . . 

        109 locations . . . 

        5,505 signatures per location . . .

        20% safety factor for rejected signatures/Republicans who can’t remember their addresses . . .

        Carry the four . . . 

        Hmmmm, well, it looks like the metropolis of Kirk only needs to grow by about 6,526 registered GOPers in the next 60 50 days, to do it’s fair share . . .

        Doable, I spose’ given the stunning successes of Bigly Orange’s tax cuts and tariffs on rural . . . er, I mean, “real” . . . Umeraca???? . . .

        I surely hope that Polis hasn’t unpacked his luggage, yet???

        • JohnInDenverJohnInDenver says:

          Is there any requirement for geographic dispersal of signatures, or could all 600,000 come from this uninspiring list of locations?

          And (call it 6,000) signatures per location, in 60 days.  How many of these businesses do you think have 100 walk-ins during a day?

          • MichaelBowmanMichaelBowman says:

            Some of those *might* get a hundred walk-ins  a day, but it'd be the same 100 people each and every day.  The folks in Wray on Facebook are practically breathless in their quest to get everyone in town signed on the dotted line.  

        • Duke CoxDuke Cox says:

          Mesa County brought in 500 or so(according to organizers) at an event yesterday. The local Republican Tee Vee headline was "Polis Recall gains momentum"…

          Actually…Republican TV is all you get here if you don't cable or a dish. I get real news online but don't have a big screen and functioning wi-fi, etc. I think everyone should trn off cable and watch the local Grand Junction stations…you might be amazed at the pervasiveness of one-sided political asininity.

    • Conserv. Head Banger says:

      Uh, Valley Gun Service in Monte Vista is not in Rio Blanco County.

  8. davebarnesdavebarnes says:

    From Fox News: "Trump rails against ‘Fake News’ in bizarre tirade, warns industry will fold when he leaves office"

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