The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you’ve got it made.
~ Jean Giraudoux
Found scrap of aluminum believed to be from Amelia Earhart’s plane; researchers conclude that Cory Gardner is a Nazi
In 1991, a group of researchers investigating the disappearance of Amelia Earhart found a sheet of aluminum on the island of Nikumaroro in the Western Pacific. Earhart’s plane, a Model 10 Electra, mysteriously vanished near the island on July 2, 1937. This piece of metal, a sheet 19 inches by 23 inches and made of the same material as Earhart’s plane, looked like it could be the first piece of the aircraft ever found.
Then the team noticed that in pictures taken of the Electra as it took off from Miami on June 1, 1937, the plane had a shiny patch near its tail, covering what had been a specially made window. This patch, Gillespie explained, was an improvised repair, and so was completely unique to Earhart’s plane. Could the sheet be this patch? “My first reaction was: This is a Hail Mary pass,” he said.
The team further analyzed the old photo and turned to a restored Electra to see how such a piece of metal would have been attached. After closer examination, they realized that the sheet perfectly matched in size, shape, and patterns of rivet holes. Even tears along the edges of the sheet aligned with where rivets would’ve been. “It’s like a fingerprint,” Gillespie said. The team reported their findings here.
“This is the first time we’ve ever found something we can link directly to Earhart’s aircraft,” he said. “And we’re going to treat it as a piece of her aircraft.”
In the basement of a northwest Denver office building, blue “Latinos con Udall” signs adorned the wall behind Arturo Rodriguez as he pressed the need for immigration reform and appealed to the crowd in the small room.
“Those of us who are Latinos, we know we’re family-oriented,” said Rodriquez, the national president of the United Farmworkers of America, as he stood next to Sen. Mark Udall. “So we’ve got to be cien por ciento — we’ve got to be 100 percent — in ensuring that all of our family votes.”
For Udall, that Latino turnout could make all the difference in a tight race against Republican challenger, U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner. Also at stake, potentially, is Democrats’ control of the U.S. Senate.
Cory Gardner is against clean energy development. He should run on the truth — not on lies.
“The Broncos are good,” Gardner said, “but I’ve always been a big fan of the Chargers. San Diego is a great city. Ever since I saw the movie Top Gun, which was filmed in San Diego, it’s been one of my favorite cities. Tom Cruise was so hot in that movie, I can’t tell you how many times… Oh, I think I’ve said too much already.
Did I tell you that Mark Udall is a meanie? He doesn’t even support the Republican party. He’s not a true American, like me.”
- Cory Gardner lied about launching Colorado’s green energy industry (his bill wasn’t funded and did absolutely nothing).
- Gardner lied about bipartisanship (he voted to repeal the ACA over 50 times in the House).
- Gardner lied about the personhood bill he co-sponsored (H.R. 1091: Life at Conception Act. His name is still on it).
- Gardner lied about over-the-counter birth control (women don’t support it).
- Gardner lied about how his insurance was canceled because of Obamacare (which happened before the ACA went into effect).
Gardner is nothing but a con-man.
Wind-turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems were forced to layoff 100s of workers when Republicans increased taxes on clean energy businesses — purely for political purposes.
The cuts represent 29 percent of the plant’s workforce. Vestas also had laid off workers at plants in Brighton and Pueblo due to the tax increase.
Here is the bill: Renewable Electricity Production Tax Credit (PTC)
Con-man Cory ran this ad to con people into believing he’s a moderate…
The problem with that is, he’s lying. His law to “launch Colorado’s green-energy industry” was repealed five years later, “deemed useless for not enabling a single project.”
The 2007 law created the Clean Energy Development Authority. The authority never had a staff and did little but gather once a year to report to the legislature that it had made no progress. By 2012 the authority was scrapped, part of a larger makeover of the Energy Office, now called the Colorado Energy Office.
Cory is only thinking about what’s best for women. After all, if birth control is available over-the-counter, women won’t have to go through the hassle of getting it free with their insurance; all they’ll need to do is pay for it with cash. That’s so much easier.
And just because women don’t support Cory’s plan is no reason to be against it. Cory knows what’s best for women. Trust him.