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Hate in Grand Junction on full display today at Mesa County Deplorables rally against refugees

An article in today’s Daily Sentinel says Mesa County Deplorables will hold a rally downtown today against the people who make up the “caravan” of central American refugees headed northward on foot towards the U.S. border to escape violence in…

More on the hate culture in Grand Junction: “If you don’t like it, leave”

Note: I first published this article in August of 2018, but given President Trump’s recent racist statements toward four female freshmen members of Congress, it seems appropriate to re-post it. — AL, July 21, 2019 —————— Anyone on the western…

ACLU Sues CO State Senator Ray Scott for Blocking Constituent on Social Media

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 13, 2019   MEDIA CONTACT: Vanessa Michel, Director of Communications Office: 720-402-3112, Mobile: 917-399-0733 Deanna Hirsch, Media Strategist Office: 720-402-3122, Mobile: 720-971-2393 ACLU Sues Colorado State Senator for Blocking Constituent on Social Media   DENVER –…

Grand Valley Business Times repels Democratic business owners

The Grand Valley Business Times (GVBT) has long been a source of business news in Mesa County, usually focusing on helpful items like what new businesses are moving in, the newest  soups at Zoup, and which authors will be appearing…

City Council chooses to keep mostly Christian prayers at public meetings

At their workshop Monday evening, Grand Junction City Council decided mixing religion with government was a good thing to do, and they would continue to do it. City Manager Greg Caton told council members the City’s invocation policy dates back…

City Council endorses protections and path to citizenship for DACA recipients. G.J. citizens react.

On January 17, 2018, the Grand Junction City Council sent an official letter (above) to Senators Cory Gardner, Michael Bennet and House Representative Scott Tipton urging the House and Senate to pass “a clean bill as soon as possible to…