EPA Dumps One Million Gallons of Wastewater Into Colorado River

Blake Seitz The Washington Free Beacon 8/7/2015

The Environmental Protection Agency, the federal agency committed to protecting “human health and the environment,” jeopardized both Wednesday by accidentally releasing one million gallons of wastewater into Colorado’s Animas River.

EPA bureaucrats were using heavy machinery to nose around the Gold King Mine near Durango, Colorado, when they […]

James O’Keefe’s Facebook Page Shut Down

Patrick Howley The Daily Caller 10/25/2014

Conservative filmmaker James O’Keefe’s personal Facebook account was shut down Friday.

O’Keefe was trending on Facebook Thursday after his group Project Veritas’ latest video captured Colorado-based Greenpeace official Christen Topping describing a “ghetto” neighborhood in Aurora where ballots could be found in garbage cans for use by those seeking […]

James O’Keefe Strikes Again

The guerilla filmmaker has exposed how voter fraud is both easy and condoned in Colorado.

John Fund National Review Online 10/22/2014

Many liberals are adamant there is no threat of voter fraud that justifies efforts to improve the integrity of elections. “There is no real concrete evidence of voter fraud,” tweeted Donna Brazile, former acting […]

Maps Developed in Secret Suggest EPA May Be Expanding Regulation

Rob Port The Daily Signal 8/30/2014

BISMARCK, N.D. — A map developed by the EPA and released to a U.S. House committee investigating controversial proposed water regulations should have citizens concerned, says U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer. “It is certainly alarming the EPA would develop these maps in secret and only release them after being confronted […]

New Evidence in Eric Holder’s Operation Choke Point

Jennifer Kerns The Blaze 7/29/2014

Last year’s historic Colorado recall campaign may have been among the first victims of Attorney General Eric Holder’s Operation Choke Point.

As Congress hears new legislation this month aimed at reigning in the Operation Choke Point program – now under fire for targeting the financial services of gun shops, ammunition […]

Hitting the boiling point over the border

Amnesty forces may finally have gone too far

Mark Krikorian Commentary The Washington Times 7/17/2014

…Perhaps one particular decision by the White House highlights how concerned the administration is about public reaction: As of now, not a single illegal-alien detainee seems to have been sent to Louisiana or Arkansas, the states bordering Texas that are […]