Search Results for: boyles

Lucero Launches Campaign Site

Tom Lucero who is already filed to challenge Markey in CD-4 in 2010, has launched his campaign website. The vocal republican is expected to compete in a hard fought primary against many republicans that are expected to line up for the spot to run against Markey.

Tom Lucero currently represents the 4th Congressional District as an elected member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents.  Lucero was first elected in 1998 and re-elected in 2004 with 72% of the vote.  Lucero is focused on discussing his ideas for a pro-growth agenda of limited government, economic prosperity, education excellence, and energy independence.

Biography

Lucero has a deep understanding of the challenges and issues facing higher education.  As a member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents, Lucero served as the chair of the Academic Planning Study Session; served on the Advisory Committee on Tenure-Related Processes (the first in the nation); and, was instrumental in founding the Center for Western Civilization on the Boulder campus in order to foster a critical understanding of the traditions, languages, and issues that have shaped Western civilization.  Lucero believes strongly in academic freedom and accountability in higher education.

As an advocate for conservative principles, Lucero has appeared on major news programs, delivered over 100 radio interviews, and written editorials in the Rocky Mountain News, Denver Post, and other major local newspapers.  Interviews include appearances on the Joe Scarborough Show on MSNBC, Outside the Lines on ESPN, Independent Thinking with Jon Caldara, and Colorado Inside Out with Peter Boyles on PBS.  

Member of the Institute for Effective Governance, a national service organization that promotes active and responsible leadership in higher education.

Businessman, successful entrepreneur, father of three children, and long-time resident of northern Colorado.

Graduate of the University of Colorado and the Kennedy School of Government Executive Program.

(http://lucero2010.com/)

That is directly from Lucero’s campaign website. He looks way more than serious about this race then first thought. He’s committed to win.

The question is, can he raise the funds fast enough to lead the pack?  

Do you think Lucero has a chance at winning the primary?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

On The Far Right Dial

( – promoted by Colorado Pols)

How crazy are right-wing talk show hosts like Peter Boyles for “entertaining” fabricated stories like the one over Obama’s birth certificate?

Every single day since the election many right-wingers, much like the delusional Marilyn Musgrave, are having a hard time coming to grips with reality and admitting defeat, so instead of moving on they are continuing their disgusting smear campaign of President-elect Obama with complete lies.

From Colorado Media Matters

From the December 1 broadcast of 630 KHOW-AM’s The Peter Boyles Show:

   BOYLES: Let me ask you a question. And this one has been haunting me, OK. Rush Limbaugh is in total silence on this issue — the so-called “Doctor of Democracy.” Laura Ingraham — total silence on this. Now, here, she’s a radio powerhouse and was, of course, a clerk to [Supreme Court] Justice Clarence Thomas. She is not talking about the birth certificate issue at all. Bill O’Reilly. Sean Hannity. Now, these guys — I mean, Hannity tackles every controversial subject under the sun.

   Now, is there something wrong with me? And is there something right with them that they don’t see this as a question? This is a serious self-criticism that I’ve asked myself over the weekend.

As Colorado Media Matters noted after Boyles hosted Berg on his October 9, October 23, and October 29 broadcasts, the Obama campaign posted a copy of Obama’s birth certificate on its “Fight the Smears” website and reportedly provided the original document to FactCheck.org, whose staff concluded in an August 21 post that it “meets all of the requirements from the State Department for proving U.S. citizenship.” Furthermore, the Hawaii Department of Health has confirmed that the birth certificate the Obama campaign posted on its website is “a valid Hawaii state birth certificate,” and a department spokeswoman has called the speculation about Obama’s citizenship “pretty ridiculous.”

Indeed, even the right-wing website WorldNetDaily reported on August 23 that a “WND investigation into Obama’s birth certificate utilizing forgery experts also found the document to be authentic.”

There you have it Mr. Boyles. There is something very wrong with you. You can’t come to grips with reality. Seek help.

And a tip of the hat to Jay Marvin for taking on this completely ridiculous and insane issue this morning.  

Obama’s grandmother dies; wacko GOP conspiracy theorists waste no time responding

Barack Obama’s grandmother has died of cancer. And the response in certain Republican circles is: Obama timed her death for political purposes!

Is it any wonder the GOP is headed for a colossal shellacking in the polls?

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/…

Here is a quote from one heartless Republican. Note that this is the very first, immediate – from the gut – response to the news story immediately preceding it about Mrs. Durham’s death:

This just seems to be timed just right to get some sympathy votes. I know it seems harsh to say but there has been evidence to show that people who are deathly ill do not die before a big event such as a birthday and anniversary.

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/…

My God in heaven. Does this person have no shame or decency?

But really, it isn’t that beyond the pale of what other GOP operatives have said in recent weeks. Anyone listening to Peter Boyles on KHOW-610 recently has had the displeasure of hearing the venomous Jerome Corsi fulminating about how Obama probably didn’t even go to Hawaii to visit his ailing grandmother, but actually went there to somehow personally fix his so-called “birth certificate problem.”

(Corsi never explained how Obama, press corps in tow, could possibly do anything in person in Hawaii to “fix” that problem. Images of Inspector Clouseau come to mind. Not to mention that Obama has had a legit Hawaii birth certificate all along – but that doesn’t bother people like Corsi who make a handsome living out of peddling outright lies.)

Anyway, no sooner did the news of Obama’s grandmother hit the blogosphere than some more of these vile, despicable nut jobs started theorizing that Obama had somehow “timed” her death to occur the day before the election as a “sympathy” move.

Do these people even realize how sick they seem to anyone with even a shred of human decency? The people who proudly do monkey dances and show off a monkey with an Obama sticker to the cameras. The people who shout “Terrorist!” about Obama at McCain rallies – with ahrdly a response from McCain or Palin.

No wonder the McCain candidacy is falling off a cliff.

With despicable friends like these, who needs enemies?

Obama beyond mockery?

There seems to be a disturbing trend out there of many on the left being unable to handle any sort of humor directed at the presumptive Democratic Party candidate.  Listening to Mike Boyles show yesterday morning, I heard a guest talk about how comedians were afraid to make any jokes at Obamas’ expense because they’d be blamed if he lost.  The New Yorker cover is another example, the hysteria that erupted over it was almost satirical in and of itself.  

A rather good article on the phenomenon is here: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg…

Barack Obama is unique in the world of politics in that he seems to have been given immunity against being made fun of.  If he can’t handle humorous barbs thrown at him, how is he going to handle real criticism if he reaches the White House?

The Weekly Standard: Fear the Colorado Model

( – promoted by Colorado Pols)

The neo-conservative Weekly Standard published a piece by Fred Barnes this week entitled “The Colorado Model: The Democrats Plan for turning red states blue.” It’s essentially a woe-is-us exploration of the transformation of Colorado politics from 2004.

But in the last two election cycles–2004 and 2006–they’ve routed Republicans, capturing the governorship, both houses of the state legislature, a U.S. Senate seat, and two U.S. House seats. Democrats are on a roll, and that’s not likely to change this year. Republicans are demoralized, disorganized, and more focused on averting further losses in 2008 than on staging a comeback.

I don’t think anyone who lives in Colorado and follows state politics will learn anything new in the article and for the most part it is uncontroversial. It is interesting though to watch the white-wash that Barnes attempts. By reading his article you would assume that Colorado Republicans had no infrastructure at all and couldn’t possibly compete with the the state Democratic Party. For example while dileanating the components of this infrastructure Barnes writes,

And there’s a school to train new liberal leaders, the Center for Progressive Leadership Colorado, as well as new media outlets with bloggers and online news and gossip, including ColoradoPols.com and SquareState.net.

There’s nothing outright false in there but Barnes attempts to deceive by omission. What about the right-wing “Leadership Program of the Rockies“? That is a 20 year old program. As to media outlets, a couple of blogs hardly stacks up to the complete domination of Colorado’s radio airwaves (until Air America in the last couple of years) by right-wing blowhards like Caplis & Silverman, Gunny Bob and Peter Boyles. Hell Jon Caldera has a weekly television show on PBS in addition to his radio show.

Barnes does note that the Independence Institute had a 14 year head start on the liberal think tanks but he spends no time grappling with the obvious question, how did an organization with a 14 year head start get surpassed by young upstarts? Could it be the content of their ideas? Could it be prevailing attitudes in the state were shifting away from the hard-right ideology of the Independence Institute? These are all relevant questions that could really enlighten the reader as to what is actually happening in Colorado.

Likewise Barnes makes no mention of the effect of changing demographics on the state of Colorado. In their post-2004 election book “The Emerging Democratic Majority” authors John Judis and Ruy Teixeira spent considerable time looking at demographic trends across the nation to predict the “dawning of a new progressive majority.” Why no mention of these demographic trends from Barnes? Why not discuss the quality of the GOPs candidates and campaigns since 2004? Why no discussion of what policy proposals seemed to work and which drove independents away?

Like I said, there is nothing that is overtly dishonest in Barnes piece it’s more a subtle dishonesty, achieved by convenient omission.

I do want to highlight a quote from former state Senator and current Denver Post columnist and blogger John Andrews,

“I’m not sure our party has learned the lessons it needed to learn. Republicans and conservatives missed our moment to be the next wave of the Reagan revolution at the state level. We didn’t seize the center, and we didn’t seize the imagination of Colorado voters.”

That is rich. John Andrews commenting about the GOP free-fall from grace in the last 4 years as though he is nothing more than an uninterested observer. John Andrews lamenting that Republicans did not “seize the center.” I suppose if you didn’t know any better you’d probably think that Andrews sounds like a reasonable man giving solid advice to his party about winning over moderates. Of course, we all know better.

cross-posted at Steam Powered Opinions

http://steampoweredopinions.bl…

Extent of Beauprez campaign law breaking comes to light

( – promoted by Colorado Pols)

An ICE agent who allegedly broke the law by accessing a federal criminal database for political purposes is on trial and new testimony has exposed the Beauprez campaign, the Colorado Republican party and others as unethical liars who were disturbingly desperate to win the 2006 Colorado gubernatorial campaign. Cory Voorhis has been a rallying point for many on the right. As far as they are concerned Voorhis is an American hero who was merely exposing then gubernatorial candidate Bill Ritter for the illegal-immigrant lover that he is. The party of law and order has excused Voorhis flagrant law breaking with Bob Beauprez likening him to a “courageous whistle-blower.”

Their dissembling on the case essentially boiled down to “never mind the law breaking, he was exposing the truth!”

Except that he wasn’t and they’ve all known this the entire time. Today’s Rocky reports,

In federal court testimony on Thursday, a Republican Party contract researcher said the ad was not backed up by public records, but the Bob Beauprez campaign ran it anyway…

On Oct. 6, 2006, with Beauprez’s campaign double-digits behind in the polls, Marshall was desperate to turn it around with information about the plea deal, Winkler testified. The ad was prepared and sent to stations ready to run but awaiting confirmation the information was correct, Winkler said. Then, Winkler, the party and the campaign received public record information from California that did not support the ad, Winkler said.

The Oct. 6 fax shows the names did not match – Walter Ramon, not Ramo, was listed as the alias of Eugene Estrada, not Carlos Estrada Medina. In addition, the sexual assault charges against Estrada had been dropped.

Winkler testified he was concerned about the ad because under Colorado law, running an incorrect political ad can be a crime. Winkler said that’s why he organized a conference call with Marshall, state Republican Party Chairman Hans Gullickson, party spokesman Bryant Adams and party attorney Ryan Call on Oct. 6.

“We had everyone sign off” on not running the ad, Winkler said, including Call.

This is pretty embarrassing for all involved. It is now clear that a sitting U.S. Congressman was so desperate to win the 2006 Colorado gubernatorial race he signed off on an ad he knew was false. When the ad blew up in his face Beauprez and his campaign manager chose to lie to the press and the public about the ad for some 19 months. The highest reaches of the Colorado Republican party knew the ad was based on a lie and have known this for 19 months and they’ve said nothing. Local radio blow hard Peter Boyles has gone on the radio for 19 months maligning the record of then Denver-DA and now Colorado Governor Bill Ritter based on a fabricated story.

Throw in the fact that yesterday’s testimony very well could lead to criminal charges against the Beauprez campaign and you really couldn’t have a more disastrous story.

Bravo gentleman, bravo. You’ve really done yourselves, your party and your cause proud with this episode.

cross posted http://steampoweredopinions.bl…

COLD AS ICE: National Tragedy of Ramos, Compean and Voorhis

 

By Frosty Wooldridge

The Political Prosecution of Immigration Enforcement Agent Cory Voorhis!

On a dark night over a year ago on the U.S./Mexican border, drug smuggler, Osvaldo Aldrette-Davila, a Mexican national, attempted to cross into the United States with his load of contraband.  That load included corruption, deadly drugs, addictions for our children, crime and ruined lives.

Aldrette-Davila, crossing the international border, brought his portion of the $75 billion in drugs over the border annually that create a fiendish network of misery across this nation.  For 35 years, U.S. taxpayers forked-over a $1 trillion for the War on Drugs that amounted to zero results.  Drugs remain available today in higher quality, greater quantities and cheaper prices than in 1970.

However, that night, decorated U.S. Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean interdicted the smuggler.  As he raced back over the border, leaving his drug load behind, Ramos shot him in the butt.  

A short time later, Aldrette-Davila became a witness against the two Border Patrol agents.  Johnny Sutton, a U.S. Attorney in Texas, awarded Aldrette-Davila immunity from prosecution in exchange for his testimony.  Result?  Sutton sent Ramos and Compean to prison 12 years on bogus charges.  

A single bullet in the butt of a known drug dealer – resulted in 24 years in prison for our Border Patrol agents–trying to defend America from drugs.

How to de-motivate Border Patrol Officers, by Johnny Sutton

Our Border Patrol agents feel risking their lives in defense of this country means nothing to the Bush administration.  In fact, Bush commuted convicted felon Scooter Libby breaking laws against our country while he sent two good men, leaving wives and children, off to prison- for defending our country.  

Fast forward to Denver, Colorado – November 20, 2007:

Highly decorated Border Patrol agent turned Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent Cory Voorhis, served 15-years protecting America from the advancing invasion flooding across our borders.  What is his reward?

Federal district court officers charged him in Denver on October 25, 2007 with three misdemeanor counts of “unauthorized access”‘ of a federal criminal database (NCIC). Cory now faces the possibility of three years in prison, heavy fines, loss of pay, loss of his job, and ominous legal bills.

Rather than stand up for a decorated American hero, his bosses placed him on leave-without-pay, which proves an unprecedented action against a law enforcement officer who has only been accused, not convicted.  Voorhis, his wife and two children now face Christmas and the New Year with mounting legal bills and no paycheck.  

Please refer to www.corylegaldefense.com for information:

“Cory Voorhis has a distinguished record as a Special Investigator for ICE.  He was the lead investigator and team leader for the interagency task force that broke up the largest document fraud ring in United States history, a Guadalajara, MX based operation working in Colorado and 14 other states – producing millions of drivers’ licenses, green cards, and Social Security cards for illegal aliens.  Voorhis is a responsible citizen – a kids baseball coach – a stand-up guy.

“In September of 2006, Voorhis noticed Denver newspaper accounts of statements by Bill Ritter, then a candidate for Governor of Colorado and now the incumbent in that office, claiming to have been a strong prosecutor of illegal alien criminals when he was Denver’s District Attorney from 1994 to 2004.  Voorhis knew, from his personal experience with the Denver police and courts, that this was not the case – that hundreds of illegal alien criminals had been released and avoided punishment and deportation through dangerous plea bargaining agreements.  Such practices are consistent with Denver’s “sanctuary city” status, inaugurated by Mayor Wellington Webb in the mid-1990s, and continued by Mayor John Hickenlooper today.

Ritter lied when he bragged about his actions against criminal aliens

“Seeking to have the truth of the matter discussed in the public domain, Voorhis offered information to Congressman Bob Beauprez, who was also a candidate for governor, regarding the plea bargaining practices of the Denver D.A. office and the subsequent criminal activity by some of the persons who were released unpunished, and not deported.  Voorhis told the Beauprez staff where to look in public records for additional information and cases.”   The concept here is to increase vigilance and reduce crime in that process.  

“ICE agent Voorhis had legitimate professional reasons for accessing the federal and state crime databases on Denver criminal alien cases, and all of his actions in accessing the ICE database and the federal NCIC database were fully consistent with written ICE policies and guidelines.  It was part of his job.  Voorhis shared only such information with the staff of Congressman Beauprez that he could release to any public official, employer or citizen.  The criminal “rap sheets” and identities of illegal aliens are NOT protected by the Federal Privacy Act.

CBI jumped into action; Ritter’s campaign staff exploited insider friendships

“Nevertheless, when information became public about a specific illegal alien who had committed additional crimes after being released through a plea bargain his office had engineered, gubernatorial candidate Bill Ritter asked the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to open an investigation into ICE agent Voorhis – a most unusual request – using a Colorado State Police Investigative Agency to go after a fed!

“Ritter charged that Voorhis had committed a crime by accessing the NCIC database, even though his own staff had done the exact same thing.  Ritter made this charge within a few hours after someone in the Denver District Attorney’s office accessed the same federal database to identify agent Voorhis.  

Ritter played “Wag-the Dog,” and it worked

“Criminals must be punished.  We’re talking about a dangerous criminal alien here.   No one disputed the accuracy of the information revealed about the criminal alien in question, but the allegation of wrongdoing by Voorhis was successful in shifting the public focus away from Ritter’s record when he worked as a Denver D.A.  

“The only illegal alien case discussed in the press was the one revealed by the Beauprez campaign, the case of Walter Noel Ramo, who had originally been charged with the distribution and sale of heroin, a felony, but allowed to plead guilty to “agricultural trespass,” a low level misdemeanor that does not generally result in notification to DHS-ICE or deportation.  The concept proved simple; help the criminal immigrants – even though we provide sufficient federal laws against aiding-and-abetting aliens.”

One Illegal Alien with three aliases, or more; “Walter Ramo” and “Eugene Estrada” and “Carlos Roberto Estrada-Medina”

Police charged Ramo, while living in California under an alias, with a sex-related crime against a minor.  Think about it; had Ritter’s ADA done her job, the perp would have been in prison – and the woman in California would not have been raped.  After Ritter asked for a CBI investigation of Voorhis, the Denver media stopped investigating Ritter’s record in this area and instead focused on Voorhis.

“Voorhis had nothing to gain personally or financially by revealing information about the problem of non-prosecution of criminal aliens in the Denver District Attorney’s office, past and present.  He had not been active in the Beauprez campaign and had never made a financial contribution to that campaign. His actions were motivated solely by the desire to raise the level of the public discussion of this important issue, an issue that was being swept under the rug by both the Ritter campaign and the office of the incumbent Denver District Attorney, Mitch Morrissey.  

“We-the-People” have an innate right to know about official malfeasance

“One of Denver D.A. Morrissey’s staff attorneys was in fact working in the Ritter campaign, on a leave of absence, and that person, Stephanie Villafuerte, whose grandparents were Mexican immigrants, now serves as a senior aide to Governor Ritter.  A Morrissey spokesman denies any wrongdoing on the part of the Morrissey staff, yet it is remarkable that the individuals involved in accessing the NCIC database in October of 2006 were never questioned by the CBI or FBI as part of the investigation – until local talk-show host Peter Boyles turned up the heat this week.

Political retaliation against decorated Special Investigator Voorhis

“Any reasonable person will conclude that there can be only one reason for the prosecution of this courageous law enforcement officer: political retaliation.  The prosecution of Cory Voorhis is a case of selective prosecution for political purposes, while similar actions by other public employees are neither investigated nor prosecuted.  At least two other individuals accessed the same NCIC file on Walter Noel Ramo in the same few hour period – one in Harris County, Texas (Houston) and one in the Denver District Attorney (Morrissey’s) office.  Neither one has been investigated or charged with a crime.  Only Cory Voorhis has been charged.   Why is that?  

“The only conclusion to be reached is that it was not the “unauthorized access” to the information on this criminal alien that upset candidate Ritter – it was making it public, and that is why Cory Voorhis was targeted for prosecution. The success of the Ritter campaign was more important to Bill Ritter than the public’s right to know the facts about the crimes of a man he had enabled to escape a serious felony prosecution – and likely deportation.  Ritter’s staff was under the mistaken impression that deportation is punishment – which is NOT true.  It seems that Ritter’s staff, and the majority of folks in his political party, fervently believe that open borders and more illegal aliens are good things.  

“ICE agent Cory Voorhis is being prosecuted for actions that were NOT criminal in nature, and were a public service to the people of Colorado.  Voorhis’ actions not only did no harm to any public entity or contemporary criminal case or defendant, they contributed to an elevated public debate on the treatment of aliens charged with criminal activity.  “No harm, no foul.”

“Like Border Patrol agents Ramos and Compean, who are now serving prison terms for attempting to interdict a repeat drug smuggler, Cory Voorhis is being prosecuted for doing his job.  The charges are trumped up.  He was helping to educate a sitting U.S. Congressman and his staff about the huge but ‘invisible’ horde of criminal aliens released from jail by the Denver District Attorney under laughable “agricultural trespass” plea deals.  Such practices in Denver and other Colorado counties have encouraged and allowed hundreds – and probably thousands – of illegal aliens to avoid serious felony convictions that can lead to punishment and deportation.”  

Think about it; a criminal alien proves a flight-risk, by definition – and should never be given the privilege of bail-bond.   Do you suppose that there is a distinct class-favoritism policy in the Denver D.A. staff?  Is it also possible that the D.A.s wiggle and squirm to get out of the effort required to prosecute criminals?   When the average illegal alien features three aliases, with wallet cards to prove it – why does the Denver D.A. play tag with these dangerous criminals?

Remember the phrase, “Something is rotten in Denmark!”

Former Colorado District Attorney Bill Ritter encouraged and allowed uncounted sex offenders, child molesters and drug smugglers to plea bargain down to ‘agricultural trespass’ – instead of submit to appropriate punishment in Colorado for their actual crimes.  This allowed them to remain free in Colorado, without deportation orders – to commit more crimes, so they did and still do!  Recidivism amongst criminal aliens continues.   Why?  Because they know “the system” will treat them with kid gloves.  

Does Governor Ritter exhibit any shame for his actions?  

If Voorhis, like Compean and Ramos, swings in the solitary confinement gallows at the hands of Ritter as he suppresses the truth, you must wonder, “For whom the bell tolls?  It tolls for thee!”

Take action:  www.thesocialcontract.com ; www.numbersusa.com

; www.fairus.org  ; www.firecoalition.com ; www.alipac.us

; www.capsweb.org  ; www.vdare.com

Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents – from the Arctic to the South Pole – as well as six times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border.  In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece.  He presents “The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it” to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges.  He works to bring about sensible world population balance at his website www.frostywooldridge.com

Colorado’s Perfect Storm: ICE, Ritter, Voorhis–Selective Persecution

Exclusive: www.neighbors.denverpost.com

By Frosty Wooldridge

These days Governor Bill Ritter sweats bullets in his sleep as KHOW 630 FM radio talk show host Peter Boyles drills into a scandal deepening by the minute.

It revolves around 15 year decorated ICE agent Cory Voorhis being charged with three misdemeanors for obtaining information from the National Crime Information Center.  Well within his duties, Voorhis attempted to show that candidate Bill Ritter, former district attorney for Colorado, gave illegal alien heroin smugglers, like Walter Ramo, bogus plea bargains that allowed Ramo freedom instead of prison and deportation.  After gaining his freedom, Ramo moved on to rape a girl in California:

“In September of 2006, Voorhis noticed Denver newspaper accounts of statements by Bill Ritter, then a candidate for Governor of Colorado and now the incumbent in that office, claiming to have been a strong prosecutor of illegal alien criminals when he was Denver’s District Attorney from 1994 to 2004.  

Voorhis knew, from his personal experience with the Denver police and courts, that this was not the case – that hundreds of illegal alien criminals had been released and avoided punishment and deportation through dangerous plea bargaining agreements.  Such practices are consistent with Denver’s “sanctuary city” status, inaugurated by Mayor Wellington Webb in the mid-1990s, and continued by Mayor John Hickenlooper today.”  www.corylegaldefense.com

As Peter Boyles interviews more people in the Denver area involved with ICE such as Michael Riebau, 33 year HMS and ICE agent, the full story boils to the surface.  Someone in Ritter’s office accessed the same data base with impunity.  The plot thickens with a miscarriage of justice.  Since Ritter presses for Voorhis’ scalp, someone in his campaign must be charged with the same misdemeanors. But that hasn’t happened!

“Any reasonable person will conclude that there can be only one reason for the prosecution of this courageous law enforcement officer: political retaliation.  The prosecution of Cory Voorhis is a case of selective prosecution for political purposes, while similar actions by other public employees are neither investigated nor prosecuted.  At least two other individuals accessed the same NCIC file on Walter Noel Ramo in the same few hour period – one in Harris County, Texas (Houston) and one in the Denver District Attorney (Morrissey’s) office.  Neither one has been investigated or charged with a crime.  Only Cory Voorhis has been charged.   Why is that?  

“The only conclusion to be reached is that it was not the “unauthorized access” to the information on this criminal alien that upset candidate Ritter – it was making it public, and that is why Cory Voorhis was targeted for prosecution. The success of the Ritter campaign was more important to Bill Ritter than the public’s right to know the facts about the crimes of a man he had enabled to escape a serious felony prosecution – and likely deportation.  Ritter’s staff was under the mistaken impression that deportation is punishment – which is NOT true.  It seems that Ritter’s staff, and the majority of folks in his political party, fervently believe that open borders and more illegal aliens are good things.”

What creates an even greater stink in this steaming pile stems from a Mexican  drug lord, Pedro Castorena-Ibarra, awaiting extradition to Denver to stand trial.  Who caught him in a five-years-in-the-planning drug sting?  Agent Cory Voorhis!  

If Voorhis languishes under indictment, he cannot testify against the drug lord. That means a major drug cartel operator goes free.

Fast forward to the death of 10 year old Auralia Cisneros in Denver this week.  That little girl’s parent, Amanda Salas along with Auralia, flashed gang signs in a “myspace.com” photo.

As to continued politically correct facades, the Denver Police Department, DP and RMN did not and would not publish whether or not the girl and her family constitute illegal aliens.  If not for the Peter Boyles Show, this growing crime wave would not surface until it affected more Coloradans.

However, because of the polices by former Governor Owens and present Governor Ritter with their lack of law enforcement of our immigration laws such as 1023, in excess of 500,000 illegal aliens live, work and operate in Colorado.   In Greeley, they prove so plentiful that “hit and run” accidents constitute the greatest number of vehicular police reports.

As court records validate, former District Attorney Bill Ritter allowed over 100 illegal aliens with drug records, sexual malfeasance and violent behavior off with “agricultural trespass” which placed them back on the streets.  

At the same time, the Denver Post published a piece on 12,000 gang members making Denver their home.  Many of them MS-13 gang members!  

Why did they find Denver so comfortable?  Mayor Wellington Web created a ‘Sanctuary Policy” for illegal aliens which Mayor John Hickenlooper continues today.  What does that mean?  Simple: if you’re caught in Denver, no police officer can determine your immigration status.  Thus, gang members remain immune to arrest and deportation.  Thus, 12,000 made Denver their base of operations.

That’s why Denver became the “Drug Smuggling Capitol of the West” as well as the “People Smuggling Crossroads” with I-25 and I-70.  

It’s why illegal alien Garcia Gomez, caught three times and let go, enjoyed immunity until he executed Denver Police Officer Don Young. It’s why police caught and let go Francisco Montero 11 times before Montero killed Coloradan Dale Englerth.   It’s why dozens of Coloradans suffered death at the hands of illegal aliens.  It’s why drugs flow freely across the Front Range.

Has the public’s interest been served by Ritter as he presses for Voorhis’ indictment?  Why didn’t Ritter’s CBI agents investigate the other two persons who accessed the NCIC data base?  Why haven’t they been charged?  What about the Trailhead Group skullduggery?  

Will Bill Ritter hold a press conference to explain “agricultural trespass” and why so many criminal aliens enjoyed that cream puff status?   Why would Ritter work to put a decorated ICE agent in jail for something someone in his own campaign repeated?  Why do we allow a sitting governor in Colorado by the name of Bill Ritter to claim he is a victim because Cory Voorhis exposed the truth about his giving agricultural trespasses to over 151 illegal alien criminals?

This scandal may prove the undoing of a sitting governor as well as make Denver Mayor Hickenlooper think twice about continuing his sanctuary policy that allows death and drug crimes against Colorado citizens.

Pandora’s Box opens wider!

Take action:  www.thesocialcontract.com ; www.numbersusa.com

; www.fairus.org  ; www.firecoalition.com ; www.alipac.us

; www.capsweb.org  ; www.vdare.com ; www.corylegaldefense.com

Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents – from the Arctic to the South Pole – as well as six times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border.  In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece.  He presents “The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it” to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges.  He works to bring about sensible world population balance at his website www.frostywooldridge.com