Tag: Hickenlooper

You Answered – Did I Question?

I received a letter from my Junior Senator, John Hickenlooper yesterday, Sunday March 7, 2021. Wow – I guess he and his staff were working hard on Sunday even though he was probably “bleary eyed,” as one media outlet described our Senators after working so hard spending $1.9 TRILLON we don’t have on a on …

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Can You Hear Me Now?

I’ve been trying to fax the letter in my last post to Congresswoman Boebert’s office for over a week now. Her fax number isn’t working. So I just sent this via email form to both her and my new Colorado Senator John Hickenlooper: Anyone willing to make book on the odds of my getting any …

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Integrity Part II – Who Killed JFK

I’m closing 2020 with this demand to my representatives in Washington DC. I’ll follow this with letters to my State representatives and to my local newspapers as well as all the other representatives and senators in my state legislature. We often wonder what we can do as citizens to affect our national well-being. Communicate – …

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What are the odds…

…things will be different? This last Monday of 2020 will not be a Congressional Monday. But next week we start a new Congress. Boy, things will be different then, right? A new batch of Congressional Leaders will arrive in Shangri-La on the Potomac and begin directing our nation… Isn’t it refreshing? I can remember when, …

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Election Ingegrity Part I

Integrity – Representation/Election

Get it done????

Drink Up! Another Executive Order?

One of the most all encompassing, tyrannical maneuvers attempted yet by Obama and his minions would be an Executive Order implementing a rule proposed by the EPA which, in essence, would give control of all the waters of the US to the federal government.  What could possibly go wrong with that?? A rule, that by …

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The State of Colorado knows how to manage water resources

This week I’m asking the Colorado State Government for help regarding the proposed EPA ruling which, in essence, would take control of national water resources away from the States and put control in the hands of federal government bureaucrats.  I’ve written numerous letters regarding this issue to my Congressional Representative and Senators.  I think this …

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Logic and Government – Governor, They Don’t Mix

Colorado’s Governor John Hickenlooper was talking to a long standing Colorado western slope civil affairs group last week about his State Water Plan when he off-handed mentioned that maybe all the dams in Colorado should be raised 10 feet for more water storage. Ooops!  My response below was copied to the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel …

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