The mission continues, along with the resolve to insure that the non-corporate and non-governmental citizens of Fort Collins and the surrounding areas can enjoy free speech without encumbrances, and without the implied threat of identification and possible retaliation in the workplace for viewpoints that don't follow those of the flock. It should be an individual poster's choice whether they identify themselves or not, and on this site, such is your choice.
The Fort Collins Coloradoan's actions confirms my resolve in fighting for the American way, a way wherein one can speak in a crowd without fear, and wherein one may also be shouted down without penalty if such is merited. What the Coloradoan has done is make free speech dangerous to your personal safety and wellbeing, thereby squelching it.
Got Baaa? Not here…
Quoted from Coloradoan Story: Need to prep for confession? Catholic church OKs app for that
Author: Associated Press ♦ February 8, 2011
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Catholic Church has apparently given its blessing to an iPhone app aimed at helping Catholics with confession, Reuters reports.
Quoted from Coloradoan Story: Colorado group cancels Palin visit over safety fears
Author: Associated Press ♦ February 7, 2011
A Colorado nonprofit canceled a Sarah Palin fundraiser for military families citing safety concerns after an "onslaught of negative feedback."
Quoted from Coloradoan Story: DA drops charges in sex assault case
Author: Robert Allen ♦ RobertAllen@coloradoan.com
After facing a possible sentence of life in prison, Seth Andrew Temple, 24, walked out of jail today when charges against him of sexual assault on a child were dropped.
Quoted from Coloradoan Story: Broderick pleads not guilty; 1 of 8 counts dismissed
Author: Robert Allen ♦ RobertAllen@coloradoan.com ♦ Feb. 5 Version