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In the Stack: Privacy: Yours to Guard

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
It’s one of your most precious rights, but you must guard your privacy rights guaranteed by the Constitution, but it is in your charge when dealing with businesses and the government. You have to be awake and aware of what you are doing saying, writing or signing.

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, he would not go fishing with them because they didn’t know how to catch fish.

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.

Reaffirmation of the Positive

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
Dear Eadsians:

God Bless America. I love this country.

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

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
For all of Shoup’s 28-year-old’s energy, apparent dedication to duty and willingness to obey orders, we must take pause. Elevated overnight to the rank of full Colonel commanding the Third Regiment Cavalry, Coloradi [U.

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

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Colonel John Milton Chivington, Part 1

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

| Jeff C. Campbell | In the Stack
By starlight, the scouts found the troops in the dark moonless pre-dawn. They made their report.

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