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Saturday, February 06, 2016

Investigative tactics featured on CBS News' "60 Minutes" bear an eerie resemblance to the undercover sting operation of a pro-life activist indicted last week for his role in secretly recorded videos in which Planned Parenthood officials talk about harvesting aborted babies for tissue and organs.

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Consumers will likely some of the cost of President Barack Obama's proposed $10 tax per-barrel of oil, an administration official and a prominent analyst said Thursday. "This is a per-barrel fee on oil paid for by oil companies," White House economic adviser Jeff Zients told reporters Thursday. "So they're the ones paying the fee. We recognize that oil companies will likely pass on some of these costs." Environmentalists say a small price increase is worth it to help fight climate change and spur innovation. Energy companies will simply pass along the cost to consumers, predicted Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com, which tracks gas prices nationwide. read more


Sunday, January 31, 2016

I'll try to get through this without falling apart.

A popular beer shop and a noodle house in the Montrose area are both picking up the pieces Sunday after an SUV drove into the front of the shops, destroying merchandise and causing extensive damages.

Jugs Draft, in the 3100 block South Shepherd, sells and refills growlers of craft beer and also offers keg service.


Jimmy McMillan, an advocate for affordable housing and a Vietnam veteran, told the New York Daily News that Trump's support for veterans outweighs any negatives.

"He's the only one who is supporting my brother veterans, which is good enough for me," McMillan said of the Republican presidential front-runner.

"My main concern is helping my brother veterans get help," he added. "America needs change."

McMillan, who also ran for president in 2012, said he wanted Trump to be his vice president at the time.


Friday, January 29, 2016

The only question now is whether Venezuela's government or economy will completely collapse first. The key word there is "completely." Both are well into their death throes.


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