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10:56 p.m. Officers were called to a report of loud music being played at a tavern after 10 p.m. in the 700 block of Yampa Street.
On a Friday?
If you don't want any noise with your view, don't live downtown.
Not a good PR move, either. Seniors tend to speak their minds and aren't afraid to voice their displeasure.
I thought maybe Trump would shake up our foreign policy a bit; take a "what have you done for me lately" approach which would see us put more pressure on a country like Saudi Arabia. So far, he's made a mess of things, and I don't see the upside.
I was thrilled when he said he would rebuild our infrastructure because as everyone knows, it's in dire need.
So far, barely a peep about that and already resistance from Congressional republicans.
What we did get was increased pollution, (mine waste into streams,) methane, one of the worst greenhouse gasses, able to be released by oil companies without notification); a bungling national security team partially led by a man who seems to believe in World War III; collusion with Russia by seemingly half his cabinet for reasons we can only guess at; an FCC commissioner on a mission to destroy net neutrality and allow ISP's to sell your data without permission; financial advisors who can again talk you into vehicles that will help them but may not help you; a complete cluster related to refugees and immigrants from certain countries that was so sloppy it was struck down by the courts... ...
The list goes on, and I'm missing quite a few things.
I think he's made it pretty clear through his actions which way he's going to go, and I'm not going to wait till he's done to try to slow him down.
I applaud government officials and congressional republicans who have had the guts to call him out and expose the lies told by his administration. For the good of your country, keep it up!
I've seen enough, thanks.
It's really sad what the right-wing media echo chamber has done to this country. I don't know how we're supposed to work toward common goals when a vocal minority of the country believes things that aren't actually true.
How do we bridge the reality gap?
Brian, did you go to public school?
She's done wonders with that place when it could certainly have closed. That's a great spot, too.
Maybe switch spaces with the ice cream store next to Schmigs?
Well, Mattis would have had to greenlight that raid I would imagine. He's the only cabinet pick who actually has a good reputation and is an expert at performing the duties of his position. I've heard many good things from many people -- some of whom have actually worked with him. Not sure what went wrong here.
Not if our republican senator speaks up for the people he's supposed to represent, but I'm not holding my breath. Though I do have to credit him for working with Bennett on those public lands bills.
“You know what you’re thinking, but it’s hard sometimes to write that down and get that point across,” she said. “I think it’s a fair thing to be able to do" to consult with a PR professional or other council members."
Consult, sure. You tell me what you're thinking; I create a quote for you; you approve it. That's fine. But the community doesn't need a PR pro to make quotes up out of the ether for staff or Council.
Unfortunately, there's no way the senate will refuse one of their own.
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