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A Journey Into the Life of Colorado's Wild Mustangs

I've been around horses all of my life, as far back as I can remember. When I turned 11, I got my first horse and have had them ever since, to include Appaloosas, Quarter Horses and Paints. My favorit... Full story

 

Tell Congress to Oppose Budget Proposals That Threaten Wild Horses! 

I was lucky enough to have seen a few of Karen Johnson's wild mustang photos through her Facebook page, and I just have to say, her photo journey to visit the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin is beyond... Full story

 

Harvey, Irma and 911, We Can Replace the Stuff

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have been bad news to all in their paths. Lives have sadly been lost, houses demolished and personal items blown or washed away. Such horrific acts of nature remind us that... Full story

 

Capitol Critics Could Benefit From Real-World Perspective

Ideas inspire both philosophers and legislators, but the two jobs differ considerably thereafter. That distinction is critical to understanding the current dust-up between the Independence Institute’s Jon Caldara and several Republican lawmakers....

 

Reflecting on Charlottesville and Chicago, All Lives Are Created Equal

On Monday, Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement on violence in Charlottesville, Va. And Chicago, Ill. over the weekend: A thirty-four year old usher at the Friendship Baptist Church in Chicago...

 

How to Stay Healthy and Safe While Traveling

Every year more and more people are traveling internationally. Depending on where you are traveling to, there may be special recommendations for your health and safety. Before you travel, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it...

 

Protecting America's Public Lands

Written by U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Conservation Director John Gale In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt came to Colorado for a three-week bear hunting trip. Perhaps inspired by Colorado’s beauty, that same...

 

Lock America's Doors and Please Knock Politely

I was about four or five years old when I remember my mother locking the front door. She said something to my dad about people “out and about” on the road we lived on in the country. Our community was very safe but occasionally we heard about...

 

Guns In America and Shooting Back

I’m an advocate of the right to bear arms. I own several nice pistols and a shotgun. I wouldn’t mind adding a couple of more to my collection. I have never shot anybody or aimed a gun at a person. I hope and pray I never feel in such danger that...

 

Remembering Frank Montoya a Poet, Warrior and Gentleman

It is with a heavy heart that I write this, my tribute, to Frank J. Montoya. Frank was, and will always be a Poet, A Warrior, a Gentleman. He is a son, brother, uncle, cousin, husband, father, grandfather. To me and for so many others, Frank was a...

 

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