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A Clash of Civilizations in Colorado: A lawn sign and the birthplace of the Jihad.

Daniel Greenfield, A crisis came to Longmont, Colorado late last week. And for once it wasn’t snow falling from the sky. Instead top Longmont officials appeared less worried about the piles of snow that blocked off roads and closed schools than a politically incorrect octogenarian as they converged on the home of an 83-year-old man

Child’s body found in Colorado pond during hunt for missing 6-year-old boy

Search teams spotted a child’s body in an icy Colorado pond Tuesday in a grim sign that they may have found the 6-year-old boy who vanished on New Year’s Eve. Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz told reporters they found the body inside the pond early Tuesday morning after a frantic hunt for David Puckett, who

The Cannabis Exception to the Second Amendment

Jacob Sullum, If you want to buy a gun from a federally licensed dealer, you have to fill out Form 4473, which is aimed at determining whether you are legally allowed to own a firearm. A recent revision to the form by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) underlines how blithely the

Donald Trump is just one state short of the presidency

John Pudner, Donald Trump is just one state short of the presidency, according to the 6 pm Thursday evening projection by Nate Silver, the left’s favorite polling prognosticator.  So Breitbart News is providing a guide to the 10 states most likely to give Trump his 270th Electoral Vote, and the keys to the Oval Office.  New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton Should Step Aside to Avoid Constitutional Crisis

Tom Tancredo, The announcement by the FBI that it has reopened the criminal investigation into Hillary’s email server is more than an embarrassment to the Clinton presidential campaign. It is a ticking time bomb that could do more damage to our country than the Watergate scandal if allowed to explode. The Watergate investigation revealed Nixon’s

Three Of Colorado’s Largest Police Unions, Representing 2,700 Officers, Endorse Trump

As originally reported by The Denver Post, unions representing law enforcement officers in Denver, Aurora and Colorado Springs have endorsed Donald J. Trump for President, joining the National Fraternal Order of Police. Nick Rogers, president of the Denver Police Protective Association released the following in response to the membership’s overwhelming support:  “After thoughtful consideration, we wholeheartedly

Election 2016: Dead People Voting In Colorado

Local officials in Colorado acknowledged “very serious” voter fraud after learning of votes cast in multiple elections under the named of recently-deceased residents. A local media outlet uncovered the fraud by comparing voting history databases in the state with federal government death records. “Somebody was able to cast a vote that was not theirs to

2016: The Year the Americans Found out Our Elections Are Rigged

Nick Bernabe, Anti-Media Denver, CO — The 2016 election has been a wild ride, with two insurgent grassroots campaigns literally giving the political establishment a run for its money. But as the events of this presidential primary season play out, it’s becoming clear the U.S. election — and even more so, the presidential race —

Gun control hits a literal WTF? moment in Colorado

 Gun control did not prove to be a winning issue for Democrat Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado.  It’s already cost three Democrats their seats in the state legislature, thanks to recall elections, plus a resignation.  The majority of Colorado sheriffs actually tried to sue their own state to block the gun-control measures, because they argued

TAXPAYERS IMPRISONED: State Prison Guard Overtime Explodes by $9 Million

The next time our government workers come asking for a pay increase, consider this under-reported consequence of Democrat-sponsored legislation in 2013.  Tacked on to a bill to re-purpose the shuttered Ft. Lyon Correctional Facility, was an accounting change to re-calculate the manner in which overtime pay was determined for state prison guards. The result of