Adulate – Lindys Graphics Mon, 10 May 2021 07:45:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Adulate – Lindys Graphics 32 32 Host website fires woman for airing steamy shows from Windsor library branches Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

Police believe the young woman also listened to Tim Hortons coffees, but don’t know which ones because one looks like the other

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The woman who did steamy sex broadcasts for audiences online in public places believed to include libraries in Windsor, Ont., Has been fired by her employer.

A lawyer for a US-based company that offers live webcam performances by female models said the woman was fired for breaking company rules.

Attorney Lawrence Walters of the Walters Law Group in Longwood, Fla., Said the woman was a model contract for the myFreecams review.

Walters said in an email Wednesday that the woman was fired “for violating company policies posted on the website.”

Among the things that are “absolutely prohibited” on camera by are “actions that may be considered obscene in your community” and “men in front of the camera for any reason.”

Police say they are convinced some of the videos were shot at Windsor library branches and the woman would cover up when people walked by.

Videos circulating the web show the woman exposing herself and masturbating, police say.


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“We’re aware that these types of things happen on the web, but when that person chooses to put that in a public space, it becomes a concern for us,” Sgt. Matthew D’Asti said earlier this week.

She used her own laptop to stream the videos, D’Asti said.

Police believe the young woman also used the Tim Hortons cafes as the venue for her shows, but don’t know where they are because each one is so generic.

D’Asti predicted they would find the woman because she is “clearly visible in the videos.”

The woman, who went by the name of lilsecrett, spent months live streaming her porn shows to fans on the internet. In one incident, the woman chased away a young child who approached her in the middle of a performance.

“We were pretty shocked,” Library CEO Kitty Pope said. “We learned of a young person at the library in January who was taking inappropriate photos of herself. When the staff found out, they tried to find out who she was. She didn’t identify herself, so they asked her to leave.

Pope said she was initially made aware of only one incident in January after receiving complaints. But the library learned from a CBC Windsor report this week that the woman had performed dozens of shows at the offices of two libraries. The girl flashed her breasts, exposed her genitals, masturbated and used sex toys.


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There’s also a video circulating online of her doing the same to what appears to be a Tim Hortons. Sgt. Matthew D’Asti said police were trying to confirm whether it was in fact a Tim Hortons and the location of the cafe.

Investigators still did not know on Tuesday who the woman was. A profile on claims that lilsecrett is a 21 year old female named Lexi.

It is not known if the woman will be charged when investigators find her.

“We have to look at this in terms of the investigation to determine the crime involved,” D’Asti said.

“There are sections of the penal code that apply to indecent acts as well as nudity, and those sections of the code will need to be explored. We need further explanation to determine the applicable fees. We really need people to come forward.

With files from The Windsor Star


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Kiki’s House of Righteous Music is a home away from home for a touring band The Badger Herald Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

From the outside looking inside, the house at 1326 MacArthur Rd. Appears to be nothing more than a residence – but inside there is a celebration of just music.

Kiki Schueler’s House, also known as Kiki’s House of Righteous Music, is an underground music venue representing Madison’s eclectic DIY concert scene. The Badger Herald sat down with Schueler to talk about what’s going on at her house – and why it’s often the go-to for bands returning to Madison.

The following interview has been edited for style and clarity.

The Badger Herald: What prompted you to start doing Kiki’s House of Righteous Music?

Kiki Schueler: If I won the lottery, I said I would open a club. I love music and we want to host bands that we love. I actually had that name, and when I started doing shows in my basement, it made sense to call it that. It’s just a way to give my favorite bands a place to play.

BH: What is the usual process for a band to perform in your house?

KS: Sometimes these are bands that I already know. Sometimes it’s word of mouth. A band that has played at my place will tell someone else to come and play. And if it’s someone I’m interested in, then I’m definitely going to book it. And sometimes it’s just a booking agent I’ve worked with before, and they bring me another from their groups.

BH: What do you think you offer as a venue that keeps groups coming back and other interested groups?

KS: Everyone who comes to the show is there for the show. There is no reason why you would be here otherwise. Everyone is there to listen to music. They treat it like that, and it’s always a very respectful crowd. They listen instead of spending time with their friends and talking. It’s just a better experience for the band in general because people are there to see them.

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BH: Did you notice that whatever the genre, it’s kind of the same tight-knit atmosphere where people are there for the music?

KS: Absolutely. Everyone always [says] it’s very brave of me to let all these people into my house that I don’t know – because most of the time I don’t know the people who come to the show. There are a few regulars, but mostly it’s the band fans and not just the fans of, you know, my house.

BH: How does Kiki’s House of Righteous Music specifically benefit the artist? I remember seeing something about it where the emphasis is on helping the artist in any way possible. Could you clarify this?

KS: All groups, or most of them, stay with me. I usually cook dinner, give them beer and soda, whatever they want to drink. They don’t waste money coming to Madison. All the money that is raised, there is a suggested donation – everything goes to the group. It makes sure I do it because I love the band. I don’t make any money, it all comes back to them.

BH: As a “do it yourself” place, have you encountered any obstacles in your years of doing this?

KS: The only problem is getting people to come and see bands that they haven’t heard of. I would like to think that at this point people would just trust me. But if it’s an unknown group, I have a hard time getting people out.

BH: What are some of your personal highlights as a “do it yourself” organizer?

KS: Just the fact that so many people want to come back. A lot of bands, the first time they play there, they’re like, “Well, that’s the only place we’re going to play Madison from now on.” It makes me feel good because I think I’ve created an environment where they want to be.

US to look at Pakistan’s IMF bailout request from all angles, including debt position Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

The United States said it would look at Pakistan’s request for IMF bailout from all angles, including the country’s debt position, as it appeared to have held China’s huge debt to itself.

“We understand that Pakistan has formally requested assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In any case, we take a close look at it from all angles, including Pakistan’s debt situation, to assess everything type of loan program, “said Heather, a spokesperson for the State Department. Nauert told reporters at a press conference on Thursday, which the United States is watching very closely.

“The secretary talked about it a few months ago, I know, in some interviews not so long ago. I think one of the reasons Pakistan got into this situation is China’s debt, and the fact that governments have a debt. incurred that they thought maybe it wouldn’t be that hard to get out of it, but just got harder and harder, “Nauert said in response to a question. .

The State Department’s response to Pakistan’s request for an IMF bailout appears to be in line with the statement by IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.

Responding to questions on this issue in Bali, Indonesia, Lagarde said she would demand absolute transparency on Pakistan’s debts, including those belonging to China.

“Whatever work we do, we must have full understanding and absolute transparency about the nature, size and terms of the debt that weighs on a particular country,” she said.

“To truly understand the magnitude and composition of this debt, both in terms of sovereign debt, in terms of state-owned enterprises and others, so that we can truly assess and determine the sustainability of this country’s debt,” if and when we consider a program, said Lagarde.

]]> Cervical Cancer Prevention: From Vaccination To Safe Sex, How To Reduce The Risk Of This HPV-Induced Disease Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

Cervical cancer is a type of cancer that affects cells in the cervix of women. According to statistics, about one woman dies from cervical cancer every eight minutes in India. Cervical cancer can have long-term health effects and even be fatal if prompt treatment is not provided. Ninety-nine percent of cervical cancers are caused by strains of human papillomavirus (HPV) infection affecting the body. This sexually transmitted infection is responsible for the most cases of cervical cancer in women. When our immune system is unable to stop the virus from attacking the body, we can develop cervical cancer. There are two types of cervical cancer: squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma. HPV can survive in your body for years, contributing to the process that causes certain cells in the brain to turn into cancer cells.

Here are some ways to reduce the risk of developing cervical cancer:

Early detection

You should get screened for cervical cancer from time to time as suggested by your GP. Early screening makes it easier to diagnose cervical cancer and also helps doctors start treatment earlier. If you do not have any abnormal symptoms, you are advised to get tested at different time intervals depending on your age. For example, women aged 25-49 are advised to get tested every 3 years, while women aged 50-64 are advised to get tested every 5 years. You must get tested even if you are vaccinated against cervical cancer.

Drink and smoke

People who smoke and drink are at greater risk of getting infected with HPV. Quitting smoking allows your body to get rid of the HPV infection sooner and even prevents it from turning into cancer. If you smoke a lot, you may want to join programs that will help you quit this bad habit. Doctors may also prescribe medical treatment for you to help relieve withdrawal symptoms.


There are many types of cervical cancer vaccines. However, in India a quadrivalent vaccine (Gardasil ™) and a bivalent vaccine (Cervarix ™) are used. Made by recombinant DNA technology which produces non-infectious VLPs comprising the HPV L1 protein, may be one of the most effective ways to prevent cervical cancer.

Safe sex

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the main causes of cervical cancer, and HPV is known to spread mainly through unprotected sex. Make sure to avoid unprotected sex and always use a condom to reduce your risk of developing the infection. Remember, not just through sexual penetration, but the virus can be transmitted through any type of skin-to-skin contact between the genitals. It can also be spread by mouth or anal.

A Lancet study indicates that cervical cancer may no longer be a public health problem in India over the next sixty years. If existing prevention programs are made more easily accessible, chances are that we no longer live under the burden of this disease.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on September 16, 2019 at 11:39 a.m. IST. For more info and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment, and style of life, connect to our website

The ambition of the climate negotiations in Paris increases by half a degree Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

It would have been unthinkable just a few months ago, but a new global agreement to tackle climate change looks set to set the world a much more ambitious target than expected, even if reaching that target is far from being achieved. for the time being.

With unexpected backing from the United States and Europe, the deal, which is expected to be concluded in a few days, looks set to go beyond the current target of limiting the rise in global temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius (3 , 6F) above pre-industrial levels. Instead, the last draft published Thursday night indicates a new target to keep the rise “well below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels and to continue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius”. This is the first draft that does not offer alternative options for the lens.

Even if the greenhouse gas emission reductions promised in Paris will not even succeed in limiting the rise to 2C, an explicit recognition of what more is needed could still put the world on the path to action. more decisive in the future. US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday announced that the United States will join around 100 countries in a “high ambition coalition” seeking to move beyond 2C, a level which low island states say altitude like the Marshall Islands, might not be enough. prevent them from being overwhelmed by the end of the century.

Marshall Islands Foreign Minister Tony de Brum, who formed the ad hoc group in side meetings in recent months, said a higher target and rounds of negotiations to get countries to “increase Their emission reductions, were the “beating heart of the Paris agreement”.

Last week, Germany and France voted in favor of another coalition called the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), which has been defending the 1.5 ° C limit since 2009. Monica Araya, CVF adviser and former negotiator of Costa Rica’s climate, said rich countries. “The change of heart was a ‘tectonic plate shift’ in the debate.

Not so fast ….

If the text remains intact, it would be a symbolic defeat for some countries that opposed the more ambitious target, especially the oil-exporting Gulf countries. Saudi Arabia last week blocked initial attempts to include in the Paris deal references to a UN report recommending 1.5C as a target, arguing that reaching it could jeopardize security food because this would require the massive planting of trees on farmland.

Saudi negotiator Khalid Abuleif said scientists lacked “solid information and scientific support to take concrete action and meet these criteria.” Saudi officials were not immediately available for comment on the new draft. India, which called on richer countries to shoulder a greater share of the burden, offered conditional support for a 1.5 ° C target if those developed countries agreed to deeper emission cuts.

Target 2C has always been somewhat arbitrary as a threshold to prevent the worst effects of global warming in the form of sea level rise and more severe and frequent storms, floods and droughts. Average surface temperatures have already risen by 1 ° C and greenhouse gases already emitted and trapped in the system are expected to push the rise above 1.5 ° C within a few decades.

The UN’s main scientific body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has said that simply aiming for a long-term path of 1.5 degrees will put countries on the right track. to achieve the goal of 2 degrees, but admits that the research is incomplete. “There is limited evidence of the likely impact of 1.5 degrees and more research needs to be done,” said Hoesung Lee, director of the IPCC.

In the very short term, a bolder goal will make little difference. Before the Paris summit, almost all countries submitted their own emission reduction plans, but these measures in total will fall far short of target 2C.

Michiel Schaeffer, researcher at Climate Analytics, said the only difference between achieving 1.5C and 2C was the speed at which carbon reduction technologies such as energy efficiency and carbon capture and storage needed to be deployed: “ If you want to achieve 1.5 degrees, you have to deploy them five, 10, or 20 years earlier. “


]]> I&M profits fall by 21% Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

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NAIROBI, KENYA: I&M Holdings reported a 21% drop in net income to 8.41 billion shillings last year from 10.77 billion shillings in 2019.

Group chairman Daniel Ndonye attributed the decline in profitability to a difficult operating environment last year due to Covid-19.

During the period under review, net interest income grew marginally by 1% to 15.59 billion shillings, compared to 15.5 billion shillings in December 2019 due to what Ndonye said was a increased focus on the growth of quality interest-bearing assets.

Net non-performing assets (NPA) fell 10 percent to 7.84 billion shillings.

Net interest income grew marginally by 1% to 15.59 billion shillings from 15.5 billion shillings in December 2019, due to an increased focus on the growth of quality interest earning assets.

Commenting on the financial data, Daniel Ndonye, ​​President of I&M Holdings PLC noted that 2020 has been one of the most difficult years the Group has seen.

“We overcame the challenges by examining new dimensions that would help support the Group’s commercial performance in the countries in which we operate. The key to them was to step up efforts on our digital transformation journey and our strategic expansion initiatives. ”

The I&M Group announced last year the proposed acquisition of Orient Bank in Uganda, which is subject to obtaining regulatory approvals and is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021.

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The group’s board of directors also proposed a dividend of 2.25 shillings per share.

Inflation in inches up to 5.90 pc

The inflation rate edged up from 5.7 percent in January to 5.8 percent in February, largely due to cheap fuel and food prices.

Swedes sentenced to life in Filipino cyber-brothel Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

A Philippine appeals court dismissed the appeal of Swedes Stefan Sederholm, 33, and Andrew Solemo, 37, with a request for a new trial. They are now sentenced to several years in prison before the Supreme Court hears the case.

The Swedes were sentenced to life imprisonment on May 10, 2011, convicted of trafficking.

Sederholm and Solemo had started with three Filipino citizens a so-called cyber-brothel with operations in an industrial park outside the town of Cagayan de Oro.

Operations began in early 2009. About 20 Filipino women have been hired to pose nude and masturbate in front of webcams with clients paying to watch around the world. Clients were buying time with women and expressing their desire for sexual activity. Women were paid around SEK 2,500 per month, equivalent to the salary of a regular clerical job in the Philippines.

As of April 23, 2009, the police raided the company and three Filipino men were arrested. The Swedes were arrested when they arrived by plane in the Philippines on the same day. This type of online sex service is not illegal in the Philippines, but when police raided the cyber brothel, one of the women claimed she was posing for the camera against her will.

Arrested in May 2009, now accused of human trafficking, the two Swedes were imprisoned in the infamous Lumbia prison. The trial against the Swedes and the three Filipinos began in February 2011. The sentence was passed on May 10 of the same year: life imprisonment for Andreas Solemo and Stefan Sederholm. The three Filipino citizens were sentenced to 20 years in prison. The two Swedes have since been transferred to Davao penal colony

The Swedes have now turned to the Swedish Foreign Ministry with a request for financial assistance in order to secure a new lawyer.

The dismissed request for a new trial will be appealed to the Supreme Court of the Philippines. A process that takes several years. Meanwhile, Solemo and Sederholm remain in Davao Penal Colony.

Andreas Solemo and Stefan Sederholm see themselves as the victims of a political verdict and see harsh punishment as a way for the Philippines to lead by example, showing that they are speaking out harshly against human trafficking.

“The worst part is that we are convicted of a terrible crime, which is very far from the truth. Now we are sitting here for life and frankly I find it hard to see that they will ever release us, ”Stefan Sederholm told TV4’s Kalla Fakta last year.

If the Swedes fail in their appeal, they will be forced to spend between 20 and 30 years in prison before they can be pardoned.


Governor Newsom gets Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in Baldwin Hills Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

California Governor Gavin Newsom received the one-dose vaccine from Johnson & Johnson on the first day of eligibility for Californians 50 and older – Newsom is 53. The event took place at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza shopping center, where others were lined up to take their own photos.

You can watch Newsom’s vaccination video and the following press conference above, or read the highlights below.



California Governor Gavin Newsom receives his Johnson & Johnson vaccine from California Health Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on Thursday, April 1, 2021 (Government Newsom Youtube account)

Newsom received the vaccination from his own health secretary, Dr Mark Ghaly. Newsom left for the 15-minute post-vaccination observation period and was then scheduled to speak to the press.

Newsom noted that all Californians 16 and older will be eligible for the vaccine in two weeks: April 15. He said his wife, under 50, expects to be eligible in two weeks.

The governor said the state still faces constraints due to vaccine supply – while California administered more than 2.5 million doses last week, only 2.4 million doses arrive today. next week. Meanwhile, the state has the capacity to administer 5 million doses per week, Newsom said.

It shouldn’t be more than a few months before the state achieves collective immunity, Newsom said. So far, more than 18 million doses of the vaccine have been administered in California.

Newsom addressed the apparent manufacturing problem with 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccination coming from a factory in Baltimore. The news did not affect the state’s planned three-week offer of Johnson & Johnson, although Newsom noted that the state already expected to receive less than half the number of doses within two weeks. which will follow next week. Beyond that, the impact is an open question, Newsom said.

The governor hailed the Biden administration’s infrastructure plan as a unique opportunity.


Newsom was joined by local officials, including LA Mayor Eric Garcetti. He congratulated Newsom on his regular visits to Southern California. Garcetti said the city is starting to open up as vaccinations increase, including going to a shopping mall himself to fix his wife’s iPhone.

Garcetti said the city’s COVID-19 positivity rate is now 1.4%, the lowest since April 2020 (the state’s overall positivity is 1.9%Garcetti also spoke to people of color and those in low-income communities who are more likely to die from COVID-19, as well as the city’s efforts to get these communities vaccinated. .

Garcetti announced that the city is resuming operation of the state of California vaccination site in Los Angeles, with the federal and state governments taking over this operation. Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell also spoke, thanking the governor for coming and getting vaccinated in the community.

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First shots at Marshall | News, Sports, Jobs Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

Photo courtesy of Avera Marshall Residents and staff of Avera Morningside Heights received the first COVID-19 vaccines in Marshall on Monday. Hospital and clinic staff in the area will be vaccinated later this week. Above, Morningside Heights resident Ruth Rust receives the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.

MARSHALL – It’s been a long wait, but this week healthcare workers across the region are taking historic action to fight COVID-19.

Avera Marshall began administering her first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, with residents and staff of long-term care facilities the first to be vaccinated. Starting at the end of the week, staff at hospitals and clinics in places like Marshall, Granite Falls and Tyler will also receive doses of the vaccine.

“We are enthusiastic and full of hope” said Vickie Abel, vice president of organizational excellence at Avera Marshall. With vaccines, healthcare providers can help protect some of the community’s most vulnerable people from COVID-19.

Avera Marshall received vaccines from two different manufacturers at the end of last week. The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, which requires ultra-cold storage, will be used by staff in hospitals and clinics in the region, while the vaccine manufactured by Moderna is used for residents and long-term care workers.

Earlier this month, Stacy Neubeck, Avera Marshall’s communications coordinator, said Minnesota would use a “Hub and spoke” model for distributing vaccines in the state. In southwestern Minnesota, the facilities at Marshall, Willmar and Worthington will serve as hubs for vaccine distribution. Avera Marshall will keep some of her vaccine to administer and distribute the rest to other health care facilities in the area.

A total of 700 doses of the Moderna vaccine will be distributed to residents, employees and essential caregivers at six long-term care facilities in southwestern Minnesota, said Theresa Boeck, project manager for vaccine coordination at Avera Marshall. . The vaccines will be administered at Avera Morningside Heights, as well as health care facilities in Tyler, Granite Falls, Tracy and other communities in the region. Avera Marshall has 355 doses of the Pfizer vaccine for hospital and clinic staff, plus 95 doses for Avera Granite Falls staff and 55 doses for Avera Tyler staff, Boeck said. Since COVID-19 vaccines require two doses given weeks apart, Avera Marshall has also deposited enough vaccine for the second doses, hospital officials said.

The Minnesota Department of Health said Minnesota will take a phased approach to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to ensure high-risk populations like medical workers. In the very first phase of immunization, vulnerable populations such as nursing home residents and hospital staff are the top priority. As vaccines become more available, more groups can be immunized.

“We anticipate that the public vaccination process will be managed by public health”, Abel said – in the Marshall region, Southwest Health and Human Services would be involved in the planning. It may take some time before COVID-19 vaccines are widely available to the public, so it is important to be patient and continue to practice social distancing, washing hands and wearing a mask in public, Abel said.

“These things don’t go away,” she said.

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Opinion | Kim McGahey: Steps of the Conservative Ladder Sun, 09 May 2021 21:33:55 +0000

According to the Summit County Clerk and Registrar’s Office, there are a total of 21,834 registered voters in Summit County, of which 3,843 are registered Republicans. While unlikely, it’s possible that some of the 10,884 registered unaffiliated voters are also right-wing voters who just don’t want a party tag attached to them. But that is questionable in the liberal desert of Summit County.

So, for our purposes today, there are about 4,000 center-right voters in Summit County. I bet it would be a surprise to many locals if most of these voters were pro-choice, and here’s why:

  • We choose not to wear a mask, a symbol of government oppression and control of individuals.
  • We choose not to be vaccinated by order of the government. If it is our choice or that of our employer, so be it. But a government mandate is out of the question.
  • We choose to boycott the businesses and sports leagues that support the agendas of awakened social warriors like Coke, Delta Airlines, Gillette, MLB, NBA and any local Summit County businesses that advocate for social justice.
  • We choose to purchase products and services from local businesses that are in keeping with our conservative philosophy.
  • We choose not to let the cancel culture intimidate us with hate letters to the editor of Summit Daily News, name changes to the Gore lineup, or vitriolic labels like the ubiquitous race card.
  • We choose to stand up and sing loudly during our national anthem whenever it is played in a public forum like Summit High School soccer and hockey games.
  • We choose to remove our hats as a sign of respect and patriotism whenever the American flag is paraded through our main streets in Summit County.
  • We choose to support and defend our local police, firefighters and first responders.
  • We choose to support Donald Trump as one of America’s greatest presidents and to seriously question every decision made by President Joe Biden and his master puppeteers.
  • We choose to question the judgment of the Summit Board of County Commissioners and all of our Liberal city councils until they prove they are making decisions that do not erode our individual freedoms.
  • We choose to have Georgia in mind because we carefully appreciate that state’s recent voter integrity expansion legislation as a model for how Colorado might expand our election laws.
  • We choose not to allow critical race theory and any other liberal indoctrination to invade our Summit School District school board through its big city, left-wing administrators.
  • We are choosing the “The Wealth of Nations” capitalism that has served America, Colorado and Summit County well for hundreds of years over the “Animal Farm” socialism that our liberal leaders are now trying to implement. all levels.
  • We choose First Amendment civil liberties over state security, which reflects a Benjamin Franklin saying that the country that trades freedom for security will certainly have neither.
  • We choose to ignore Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”, which was the subject of Hillary Clinton’s master’s thesis and the daily playbook of self-proclaimed community organizers like Barack Obama.
  • We choose to be knowledgeable, thinking Americans in Summit County, eager to debate relevant current events in the public arena, and not to be a CNN Don Lemming.
  • We choose not to shut up and stand in line, but rather to question authority, stand up for what is right, and speak the truth to power in all public forums and around our dinners.
  • We choose to worship God over government as the guiding principle that our founders used to found the Declaration of Independence and our US Constitution, which kept God in our government, our schools, and our homes. Without God we are lost.
  • Above all, we choose the freedom, which made America the greatest, most benevolent, most productive and most humanitarian nation in human history by enabling self-government of the the people, by the people and for the people.

It’s the rungs of our pro-choice ladder that allow us to keep climbing ever higher and keeping the American Dream alive above 9,000 feet.

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