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Overwhelming & Uncontested: Impeachment - The Last Resort.

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
One of the best lines on the “impeachment inquiry” this writer heard, was played on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program. The caller said, in effect, if this was the best the Democrats had to offer,...

United We Stand: "He that is not with me is against me." - Part I

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  On its face, in times of crisis, we love to say “United We Stand, Divided We Fall,” as a theme of unity. The words were used in a rock-ish love song in 1969 [Brotherhood of Man, and later by Gle...

Corruption Corrupts

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
[Writer is not an attorney or member of the Colorado Bar, but is a member of the Bench – C.M.J.A. - Colorado Municipal Judges Assn., since 2010.]

Reaffirmation of the Positive

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Dear Eadsians:God Bless America. I love this country... I took a trip across our country to Florida. It was truly reaffirming to see our country in bits and pieces. Not since I was in law enforceme...

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series) Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General – Part XIX

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Lieutenant Colonel Leavitt L Bowen: The “General” – Part 5

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part XV

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Lieutenant Colonel Leavitt L Bowen: The “General” – Part 1

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part XIV

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Colonel George Laird Shoup: The Invisible Commander – Part 7 (last)The Buffalo Springs Massacre – Third Regiment’s “First Blood.”

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part XIII

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Colonel George Laird Shoup: The Invisible Commander – Part 6

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series) Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part XI

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Colonel George Laird Shoup: The Invisible Commander – Part 4 For all of Shoup’s 28-year-old’s energy, apparent dedication to duty and willingness to obey orders, we must take pause. Elevated overn...

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part X

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Colonel George Laird Shoup: The Invisible Commander – Part 3

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part Two

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
Colonel John Milton Chivington, Part 1 October, 2001: When this investigation began, the “Reverend Colonel” or “Fighting Parson” had to be given a clean slate. All the denouncements and volumes of...

Soldiers at Sand Creek (a series): Three Colonels, Three Majors and a General - Part 1

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By starlight, the scouts found the troops in the dark moonless pre-dawn. They made their report. We don’t know if it was the French-Canadién (Antoine Janis), the old battered “mulatto” (Jim Beckwou...

Soldiers at Sand Creek - A Series Part III

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“Damn any man in sympathy with the Indians!”

Soldiers at Sand Creek - A Series: Part II

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Part II“Damn any man in sympathy with the Indians!”- Colonel John Milton Chivington, Expedition Commander, 1st Regiment Cavalry, Colorado [U.S.] Volunteers, November 28, 1864

Soldiers at Sand Creek - A Series Part I

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“Damn any man in sympathy with the Indians!”- Colonel John Milton Chivington, Expedition Commander, 1st Regiment Cavalry, Colorado [U.S.] Volunteers, November 28, 1864
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