Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Friday, May 7, 2010
Article in Greeley Tribune; Greeley, Colorado newspaper.
Race a factor in school fight
A fight Wednesday at Greeley West High School was precipitated by verbal taunting, which included references of ethnicity, said Roger Fiedler, spokesman for Greeley-Evans District 6 .
The fight, which occurred in the school's commons area during lunchtime, involved five students. Minor injuries — including scratches, a split lip and contusions — were reported.
Fiedler said Thursday that witnesses to the fight said the verbal portion of the altercation included references to Cinco de Mayo, which was Wednesday.
“The school has already followed up on disciplinary consequences for those involved,” Fiedler said.
Though Fiedler said he couldn't comment specifically on the punishment handed out to the students involved in the fight, he said the student handbook states that fighting can result in a range of consequences based on its severity and a student's prior behavior. Discipline ranges from in-school counseling to a maximum five-day suspension.
Information on the fight has been forwarded to the Weld District Attorney's office for consideration of charges.
A woman called the Peter Boyle's show on May 6th. She related the events described in the Greeley Tribune article. While ORF has no way of knowing is this woman was telling the truth, this is another version of what she says happened at the high school.
Her son displayed an American Flag in the rear window of his pickup truck, which was parked in the school parking lot.
The truck was broken into and the Flag was removed.
Other students wore clothing depicting an American Flag theme.
Students celebrating Cinco de Mayo wore clothing depicting the Mexican Flag.
Students wearing Mexican Flag clothing complained to school administration that the students wearing American Flag clothing disrespected Cino de Mayo.
A student wearing American Flag clothing was verbally attacked and then assaulted by several students wearing Mexican Flag clothing. Other students joined in the fight.
A group of students celebrating Cino de Mayo roamed the school chanting 'F' Whitey' &
While ORF cannot determine the truth of the woman's statements, she claimed to be the mother of the student whose truck was broken into and related the story to the Boyle's show, from her son's first hand account.
Beware of trendy 'green scams' in the market place as well as regulations by elitist green gods who know how you should live.
The Truth Behind the Energy Star Label
TIME Magazine: The Clean Energy Scam
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National Wind Watch: Shadow Flicker
Visual and Sound Impacts from the Wolfe Island Wind Project on Residents of Tibbetts Point Road, Cape Vincent, NY
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Title click to read article on BIG GOVERNMENT blogsite. Say goodbye to ORF.
From the article:
Following a recent, unfavorable Appeals Court decision, observers say Genachowski has been eagerly pursuing a back-door, out-of-sight pathway to achieving a long-time, personal objective: Regulation of the Internet via the institution of so-called Net Neutrality rules. Reclassifying Internet services as “telecommunications services” would enable him to do just that—though with increased public opposition to Net Neutrality having been voiced during an FCC public comment period that recently closed, and recent polling showing relatively weak support for the policy, it remains a risky option both from a public relations, and political standpoint.
Title click to read article on FOX 35 KCBA website.
From the article:
"They told us basically we take it off or we can get suspended, they threatened us with suspension, and so we all decided that we are just going to leave school." Matthew Dariano
Title click to read article.
From the article.
“I carry a Keltec 380 (small pistol) on my hip everyday,” revealed a mother of a one year old and a two year old. “I feel comfortable knowing that I will be able to defend my kids and I if we are in a life-threatening situation.”
Title click to read article on DENVER POST website.
From the article:
The Colorado State University Board of Governors today rescinded a system-wide ban on concealed weapons, citing a Colorado Court of Appeals ruling that struck down a similar ban at the University of Colorado.
Today's move indicates that any more court challenges to state law allowing concealed weapons on campus would be unwinnable, said Fort Collins attorney Terry Ryan.
"The governors finally faced up to the reality of the times," said Ryan, who is representing the CSU chapter of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus Rocky Mountain Gun Owners. Those two groups filed suit against CSU in Larimer County District Court in April over its concealed carry ban. "To me, the Appeals Court ruling is appeal-proof."
Monday, May 3, 2010
Title click to read article on THE RIGHT PERSPECTIVE website.
From the article:
This conclusion has been spurred by alleged Kremlin reports that the Obama Administration has ordered a news blackout, preventing reporters from gaining access to the area or discovering information that would confirm or disprove the charges. At least one mainstream news outlet, television station WRAL in Raleigh, North Carolina, has reported the story that quotes heavily from the Russians.
From the EUROPEAN TIMES UNION online:
On the night of April 20th the North Korean Mini Submarine manned by these “suicidal” 17th Sniper Corps soldiers attacked the Deepwater Horizon with what are believed to be 2 incendiary torpedoes causing a massive explosion and resulting in 11 workers on this giant oil rig being killed outright. Barely 48 hours later, on April 22nd , this North Korean Mini Submarine committed its final atrocity by exploding itself directly beneath the Deepwater Horizon causing this $1 Billion oil rig to sink beneath the seas and marking 2010’s celebration of Earth Day with one of the largest environmental catastrophes our World has ever seen.
Another article on internet about North Korea sinking gulf oil rig:
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Thanks to Lou for forwarding this email to ORF.
Forwarded to me by a friend who recently retired from border patrol in Douglas........My parents were real good friends of Bob Krentz parents and I knew Bob when we were kids and I lived across the border from Douglas in Agua Prieta. Their ranch was just on the other side from the ranch owned by a doctor that was a partner of my Dad's. Such a shame, real nice fellow.
As you know, one of the local ranchers was murdered in Douglas two weeks ago. His funeral is
tomorrow. I received three messages similar to the one below from different officers within the
Rangers and law enforcement.
Yesterday afternoon I talked to another rancher near us who is a friend of ours and whose great
grandfather started their ranch here in 1880. These are good people.
He told me what really happened out at the Krentz ranch and what you won't read in the papers.
The Border Patrol is afraid of starting a small war between civilians here and the drug cartels in
Bob Krentz was checking his water like he does every evening and came upon an illegal who was
lying on the ground telling him he was sick. Bob called the Border Patrol and asked for a medical
helicopter evac. As he turned to go back to his ATV he was shot in the side. The round came from
down and angled up so they know the shooter was on the ground. Bob's firearm was in the ATV so he
had no chance.
Wounded he called the Cochise County Sherriff and asked for help. Bleeding in the lungs he called
his brother but the line was bad so he called his wife but again the line was bad. Several
ranchers heard the radio call and drove to his location. Bob was dead by this time. The ranchers
tracked the shooter 8 miles back towards Mexico and cornered him in a brushy draw. This was all
at night. The Sherriff and Border Patrol arrived and told them not to go down and engage the
murderer. They went around to the back side and if you can believe it the assassin managed to get
by a BP helicopter and a Sherriff's posse and back to Mexico . So much for professional help when
you need it.
One week before the murder Bob and his brother Phil (who I shoot with) hauled a huge quantity of
drugs off the ranch that they found in trucks.
One week before that a rancher near Naco did the same thing. Two nights later gangs broke into his
ranch house and beat him and his wife and told them that if they touched any drugs they found they
would come back and kill them. The ranchers here deal with cut fences and haul drug deliveries
off their ranches all the time. What ranchers think is that the drug cartels beat the one rancher
and shot Bob because they wanted to send a message. Bob always gave food and water to illegals
and so they think they sent the assassin to pose as an illegal who was hungry and thirsty knowing
it would catch Bob off guard.
What is going on down here is NOT being reported. You need to tell people how bad it is along the
border. Texas is worse. Near El Paso it's in a state of war. 5000 people were killed in Ciudad
Juarez last year and it's over 2000 so far this year. Gun sales down here are through the roof
and I get emails from people wanting firearms training.
Something has to be done but I don't hold out much hope. These gangs have groups in almost every
city in the US . This is serious business. The Barrio Azteca and their sub
gangs are like Mexican Corporations and organized extremely well. If this doesn't get dealt with
down here you guys will deal with it on your streets. Bud
Title click to read article on Reuters website.
From the article:
The proposed treaty is opposed by conservative U.S. think tanks like the Heritage Foundation, which said last month that it would not restrict the access of "dictators and terrorists" to arms but would be used to reduce the ability of democracies such as Israel to defend their people.
The U.S. lobbying group the National Rifle Association has also opposed the treaty.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
ORF PARODY: Today President Obama announced the White House's new Pop Music Czar. In a setting more reminiscent of the 60's TV show 'Shindig', President Obama announced the creation of the Pop Music Czar. The new Czar is Malaysian disc jockey, Ahm Yhur Buugiee Mhan. The newly appointed czar will be tasked with filtering out bad pop music and replacing it with appropriate music for American pop music lovers. Big on the young Czar's list is Islamic Malay pop music star, 'P Ramlee. Title click on this post to view P Ramlee's rocking 'Bunyi Gitar'. American music lovers can expect to hear more of the new, appropriate pop music and less of hip-hop, classic rock and country tunes on their radio. Obama, who is a big P Ramlee fan, said Islamic Malay pop music contains wholesome, family friendly lyrics.
New Pop Music Czar: Ahm Yhur Buugiee Mhan.