Friday, August 27, 2010

Coalition for Colorado Jobs

Make sure you visit their website at and help them defeat card check legislation and oppose Michael Bennet!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Pikes Peak Workforce JOB FAIR

On September 20th, the Pikes Peak Workforce is hosting a job fair at Mr. Biggs from 10am to 4pm and they need employers. So if you own a business and are looking to grow your workforce in the next couple of months and would like to have a hiring booth at the event, please contact Jeanne Cotter at 667-3730, 499-0642, or


Monday, August 23, 2010

Help out a GREAT local cause and change a LIFE

Join Focus on the Family on September 18, 2010 at Grace Chapel, 8505 S. Valley Highway, Englewood, CO 80112 . You'll hear more about the kids who are waiting, the process of adoption from foster care and ways to support adoptive familes. In addition, agency and county representatives will be on site to answer questions and help you get started. For more info visit

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Lou Smit Memorial Friday 8/20

The Lou Smit Memorial is taking place Friday August 20th at the New Life Church. Lou was a great man and I will try to attend.

Viewing: 9-10:00am

Services: 10-11:30am

Visitation: 11:30am-1:00pm

God Bless You Lou and thank you for everything you did for our community, you will be missed.


Get in touch with our U.S. District Attorney John Walsh and let him know that you support the Stolen Valor Act.

Address: 1225 17th Street Suite 700 Denver, CO 80202
Telephone: (303) 454-0100

Make sure you visit for more information about the Medal of Honor and the absolute heroes who have EARNED it!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Americans for Budget Reform Event

A major event is taking place at Denver City Park this Saturday August 21st from Noon-2pm. Americans for Budget Reform are holding a rally in support of a Federal Balanced Budget Amendment. Speakers will include Bob Beauprez, Congressman Mike Coffman and Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry via video. Tune into the show the rest of this week for more information

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Below you will find an Associated Press story about a great man. I considered him a friend and spoke with him a few weeks ago. This news is like a kick in the gut. He was such a role model and hero to me. I can't begin to tell you all he did in his life to keep us safe. I will spend extra time on Saturday to remember Lou. I wish I could tell him one last time... thank you... thank you for helping keep me, my family, and my community safe. God Bless You Lou.

Detective who defended Ramseys dies in Colorado
(AP) – 56 minutes ago

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A detective who proclaimed the innocence of JonBenet Ramsey's parents after being hired to investigate the case has died. Lou Smit was 75.

He had cancer and died at Pikes Peak Hospice in Colorado Springs on Wednesday.

Smit worked for Colorado Springs police and other agencies and was credited with helping lock up more than 200 killers during his career.

After retiring, he was hired to join the troubled investigation into the death of 6-year-old JonBenet. He later resigned, insisting that an intruder had killed her and that John and Patsy Ramsey were innocent.

Smit helped solve other high-profile slayings in Colorado, including the 1975 rape and murder of Karen Elisa Grammer, the sister of actor Kelsey Grammer.