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Hippie Buckaroos

Barbara Jo and The Hippie Buckaroos

Barbara Jo and the Hippie Buckaroos
Phone: 303-478-1164

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Rockin P Ranch

Rockin P Ranchwear


Rockin P RanchThe Rockin P Ranch has a little something for everyone. They take pride on having unique items from over 50 artists including womens clothing and jewelry from award winning artists, western furniture, art, decorative accessories. Also, fun signs, t-shirts, caps and more.

“Winner of Ms. Congeniality Booth 2016 National Western Stock Show”

The Rockin P Ranch was founded in 1997 by a mother/daughter team from Fort Worth, Texas, Oleta Smith and Patty Lewis.

512 Main Street
Ouray, CO 81427
(970) 325-0434 ‎

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Rockin P Ranch

Rockin P Ranch in Ouray, Colorado

Rockin P Ranch
512 Main Street
Ouray, CO 81427
(970) 325-0434 ?

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Up-Time Energy Supplements

Up-Time Energy Supplements

Uptime Sports Nutrition

PO Box 90659
Santa Barbara, CA 93019



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Leather Headquarters

Leather Headquarters, Your One Stop Biker Shop!


Leather Headquarters stores in Las Vegas, NV have a huge selection of Leather in all shapes and sizes, if you’re looking for anything leather you can find it here. If you’re not close, don’t worry Leather Headquarters is at lots of events and trade shows around the country. Check their Website and Facebook Page to see when they’ll be at a show near you.

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declation of indepencence

July 4th 2014 Colonies sign Declaration of Independence from crown


Since the Bloody News of the battle of Concord and Lexington in Massachusetts on April 19th, the Continental Congress met today in Philadelphia and signed a Declaration of Independence from England. This most certainly means war with England. General George Washington has sent out dispatches to the colonies for recruits to the Continental Army.  We at Channel 1 networks hardily support congresses bi-partisan efforts  in our fight for freedom. “We at C1N.TV encourage  all reading this to take heed and prepare to defend yourselves. We are at war with King George. God Bless us all in these United States”

See the declaration below. Also please see recent  news clippings on the battle of Lexington Concord

Thomas Paine was quoted as saying ” THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict,..”

Below is a copy of the Declaration of Independence signed today.

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Flagler College Undergraduate Conference



Flagler College 2Recently, three Flagler College seniors presented research on early American literature at the Butler Undergraduate Research Conference, the largest of its kind in North America.

Elizabeth Doolittle, William Arbogast and James Hastings delivered a panel entitled “The Construction of Pre-National Identity through Early American Literature” which discussed various ways that early authors used things such as race, gender and religion to define themselves in the new world.

The panel featured each student presenting a paper written for their Intro to American Literature class.

The conference, which was held in Indianapolis on April 11, featured students from more than 45 colleges and universities presenting more than 500 presentations on topics from anthropology and art to chemistry and literature.

“The chance to share our research at a larger level was wonderful,” said Doolittle. “Not only did we enjoy presenting our work, but the opportunity to meet and hear the research of our peers from across the country opened our eyes to the importance of undergraduate scholarship.”

Flagler College is an independent, four-year, comprehensive baccalaureate college located in St. Augustine, Fla. The college offers 29 majors, 34 minors and two pre-professional programs, the largest majors being business, education and communication. Small by intent, Flagler College has an enrollment of about 2,500 students, as well as a satellite campus at Tallahassee Community College in Tallahassee, Fla. A Flagler education is less than half the cost of similar private colleges, and competitive with many state universities. A relatively young institution (founded in 1968), Flagler College is also noted for its historic beauty. The centerpiece of the campus is the former Hotel Ponce de Leon, a grand resort built in 1888 by Henry M. Flagler, industrialist, railroad pioneer and co-founder of Standard Oil. The Ponce has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.


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Obama pulls plug on wolves life support


Obama Administration Strips Wolf Protections Across Most of Lower 48 States

Plan Ends Prospects of Wolf Recovery in Southern Rockies, California, Northeast, Pacific Northwest

WASHINGTON— In a move questioned by some of the World’s leading wolf researchers, the Obama administration announced plans today to prematurely strip Endangered Species Act protections from gray wolves across most of the lower 48 states, abruptly ending one of America’s most important species recovery programs. The proposal concludes that wolf protection in the continental United States, in place since 1978, is no longer needed, even though there are fledgling populations in places like the Pacific Northwest whose survival hinges on continued federal protection.

Most wild wolves will lose federal protection. The sates have interest in protecting wolves--a key animal in ecosystem health.

Most wild wolves will lose
federal protection. The states have little or no interest in protecting wolves–a key animal in ecosystem health.


“This is like kicking a patient out of the hospital when they’re still attached to life-support,” said Noah Greenwald, endangered species director with the Center for Biological Diversity.  “Wolves cling to a sliver of their historic habitat in the lower 48 and now the Obama administration wants to arbitrarily declare victory and move on. They need to finish the job that Americans expect, not walk away the first chance they get. This proposal is a  national disgrace and our wildlife deserve better.”

Wolves today occupy just 5 percent of their historic habitat in the continental United States. Today’s proposal means that wolves will never fully reoccupy prime wolf habitat in the southern Rocky Mountains, California and Northeast, and will hinder ongoing recovery in the Pacific Northwest.

The proposal will hand wolf management over to state wildlife agencies across most of the country – a step that has meant widespread killing in recent years. Following removal of protections for wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains and western Great Lakes in 2011, states in those regions quickly enacted aggressive hunting and trapping seasons designed to drastically reduce wolf populations. In the northern Rocky Mountains more than 1,100 wolves have been killed since protections were removed; this year populations declined by 7 percent.

“By locking wolves out of prime habitat across most this country, this proposal perpetuates the global phenomena of eliminating predators that play hugely important roles in ecosystems,” said Greenwald. “Wolves are well documented to benefit a host of other wildlife from beavers and fish, to songbirds and pronghorn.”

In response to a petition from the Center for Biological Diversity, today’s proposal maintains protections for the Mexican gray wolf as a separate subspecies. Only 75 Mexican wolves roam a recovery area restricted to portions of Arizona and New Mexico. The population has not grown as expected because of a combination of illegal poaching and government mismanagement that requires wolves to be removed from the wild or killed when they leave the recovery area or depredate livestock.


“It’s obvious that Mexican gray wolves continue to need protection and we’re glad they’re getting it,” said Greenwald. “But it is equally obvious that wolves in the Pacific Northwest, southern Rockies, California and Northeast also need continued protection.”

Press release–The Center for Biological Diversity is a national, nonprofit conservation organization with more than 500,000 members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places.



The Company You Keep

“The Company You Keep” a Blast from the Past


“A Blast from the Past”

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The Company You Keep is based on the 2003 novel of the same name by Neil Gordon; Robert Redford produced, directed, and stars in it; and it is about an anti-war protester from the Seventies who has been underground all this time, but is now being chased by the FBI for a murder that occurred in a bank robbery that went bad.

The Company You Keep

This is somewhat ironic, because the protester, Nick Sloan, was a member of the Weather Underground, also known as Weathermen, who used bombs to draw attention to their cause, which was an anti-Establishment protest against the war in Vietnam.

The story erupts into motion when a woman who was also a part of the movement is captured by the FBI, and a young newspaper reporter, played by Shia LaBeouf, starts digging into the details of her arrest and discovers a link between her and a lawyer named Jim Grant, who lives in the area.

The reporter’s editor tells him, “You keep telling me you’re a good reporter, right? Prove it.”

After more digging into Grant’s background and the details of the bank robbery in Detroit, the reporter believes that Grant is actually Nick Sloan, whom the FBI has been looking for since the Seventies and making them look bad, because they could never catch him.

The reporter’s suspicions prove to be true, and after Sloan gets his brother to take care of Sloan’s daughter, who is 11 years old, Sloan takes off across country with both the FBI and the reporter after him.

Although the FBI believes that Sloan is just running to escape capture, the reporter thinks that Sloan has something else in mind, and the reporter is right.

Sloan is searching for Mimi Lurie, another protester from back in the day, and he is looking up other colleagues who might be able to help him find Mimi, because Sloan believes that her help is the only way that he can get his daughter back.

The people that Sloan gets in touch with are all played by famous actors, so many, in fact, that their appearance can become distracting.

The Company You Keep is a look back at a time when the whole country was in turmoil and a protest group believed idealistically that what they were doing was right, a blast from the past.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

The Sapphires

“The Sapphires” a Sweet Story Set During Vietnam War


“Sweet Story Set During Vietnam War”

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THE SAPPHIRES is inspired by the unlikely, but true story of four girls from the aboriginal outback of Australia who form a singing group that entertains the American troops in Vietnam during the war.

The Sapphires

The movie begins in 1958 in Australia, and we see four little girls who love to sing performing before an audience. Suddenly a group of government officials show up, and one of the little girls, Kay, is taken away from her family by the officials, because she has light skin, and forced to live in a city with a white family.

This was all part of a government program to integrate aborigines into Caucasian society.

Then the movie shifts to 1968, and we meet Dave Lovelace, played by Chris O’Dowd, who is sleeping in his car and arrives late to work in a bar where he is the emcee of a local talent show, and his boss puts him on his last warning.

Dave says to the audience, “I sort of start off slow, and then I slowly peter out.”

Two young aborigine girls, Gail and Cynthia, are singing in the talent show, they announce that they are from “black fella’ country,” and they sing a country song that the audience doesn’t pay much attention to.

But when their younger sister, Julie, suddenly joins them on stage, their singing becomes much better and so does the audience’s appreciation.

After the talent show, the girls approach Dave, show him a newspaper clipping about an audition in Melbourne for singers and dancers to perform for the troops in Vietnam, and ask him to help them go to the audition.

Dave agrees to help, but says they should sing soul music instead of country music and that Julie should sing lead instead of Gail, which doesn’t please Gail one bit.

Also, while they are in Melbourne, they track down their cousin, Kay, who had been abducted 10 years earlier, and she is able to join them for the audition.

Ironically, while Dave is coaching the girls and teaching them choreography, he says that they should sing their soul songs “blacker.”

So, the girls, accompanied by Dave as manager and chaperone, entertain the troops in Vietnam, where there is danger, conflict, and even romance.

The Sapphires is a sweet and mostly true story set during the Vietnam War.

I’m Dan Culberson and this is “Hotshots.”

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