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June 28, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 3 o KARLA POMEROY Dakota Bond (left) and Tanner Bernstein take aim and fire during the Big Horn County 4-H shoot at the BasirgGreybull Trap Range on June 16. s at The Big Horn County Intermediate: First, fourth, Hueckstaedt. 4-H Shooting Sports clubs Madison Edeler; second, Junior: First, W. Haley; conducted their annual Julianne Carlson; third, Ta- second, Dalin. county shoot Saturday, tem Edeler. RIFLE June 16, at the Basin and BARE BOW Senior: First, C. Griffin; Greybull Trap Range. Senior: First, Quinton second, Good; third, Edeler; County 4-H members Hibbert; second, Lisa Yag- fourth, Laird. competed in archery, rifle, er. Intermediate: First; shot gun and pistol. Cache Intermediate: First, Isobel Boreen; second, D. Griffin was the high shooter Payton Brown; second, Ko-Wood; third, Katelyn Wood; for 2012, the award he won rbin Adams; third, Mor- fourth, Madison Edeler. last year as well. The award gan Haley; fourth Alyssa Junior: First, Tucker is given to the shooter with Hueckstaedt. Hatch; second, Dalin; third, the best combined score in Junior: First, Weston Jordan Mautz; fourth, Luke all disciplines. Brendon Haley; second, Will Dalin. Serfass. Laird was the second-place SHOTGUN PISTOL high scorer. Senior: First, Good; Senior: First, C. Grif- Results are as follows: second, Tommy Bernstein; fin; second, Drayton Grif- ARCHERY SITED: third, Edeler; fourth, Cody fin; third, Laird; fourth, Senior: First, Cache Strauch. Strauch. Griffin; second, Wyatt Intermediate: First, Intermediate: First, Good; third, Brendon Laird; Brown; second, M. Hal- Hueckstaedt; second, M. fourth, Zane Edeler. ey; third, Dawson Wood; Haley. assist at BY DAVID PECK Members of the Lovell Volunteer Fire Dept. will be better able to respond to vehicle crashes and other emergencies thanks to the recent purchase of a new extrication truck. Chief Jim Minchow said the truck, a 2012 Interna- tional 4400 with a Spartan fire truck body, will replace the current Truck 51, which is 13 years old. It was made by Crimson Fire Service of Ocala, Fla and sold to the LVFD by Carl Becker, for- merly with Becker Fire Ser- vice of Casper. "It is a bigger truck and will run the mountain eas- ier and also has an engine brake for coming off the mountain," Minchow said. The fire truck has a 330-horsepower diesel en- gine, he added, pump. Some of the truck's Both Class A and modern features include: Class B foam for wood or A generator and elec- petroleum fires. tric plug-in box with a long Rescue jacks to stabi- power cord. lize a car and air bags to lift 100 feet of cord for a vehicles as large as a truck. Jaws of Live extrication de- The LVFD wrote its vice. own grant for the $252,000 A lot of extra storage truck and was awarded a not available in the current $125,000 grant from the truck. State Loan and hvestment A 500-gallon wa- Board. ter tank, compared to the"We appreciate the sup- 300-gallon tank in the older port of the SLIB Board," truck. Minchow said. "They've al- Air pack seats that al-ways been supportive, es- low firemen to don their air pecially (Secretary of State) packs while driving to the Max (Maxfield) and (State scene of a crash or fire.Treasurer) Joe (Meyer) for A tripod tool and har- years." ness system for confined Minchow said the de- space rescues like trenches, partment now has nine tanks and the like. trucks, three pickups, three A diesel engine in trailers and a Kubota side the back to run the truck's by side. !iiiiii!ii~i,~!,~!,~,~,~'~ ~ ~:~::~:i DAVID PECK Lovell Fire Capt. Bob Mangus and Fire Chief Jim Minchow stand in front of the department's new extrication truck that has many modern features. BY DAVID PECK Club and Camp Kesem SUU, which pro- Former Lovell resident Steven Pol- vides kids whose parents have, or have lock, a senior biology education major at had, cancer with a summertime camp Southern Utah University, has turned experience that gives them "a chance to his childhood crush on a Lovell girl into be kids," according to the SUU school a song that is now being used to raise newspaper. money for children whose parents haveIn recording for the "Sweet Sounds" suffered with cancer, benefit album, Pollock said he wanted to In a note to the Chronicle, Pollock give back to children because he knew said he had a crush on Kacee Leithead in from experience how they were feeling, elementary school, and Kara Beth Fowl- he told the school paper. er would pass his notes along to Kacee. "I know exactly what they're going He wrote a song about the crush called through, having lost my mother to can- "Tag, You're It" but used Kara Beth's cer when I was 15," he told the paper. name in place of Kacee's as the girl he "It's not easy and I hope this little bit had a crush on in the song because "it's can help. Once I heard who the benefit more playground sounding." CD was for, all my chips were in on this "Tag, You're It" was released on a sort of service and love." charity album called "Sweet Sounds" The CD is available online at iTunes, which is raising money for kids whose amazon.corn or at sweetsoundssuu. parents have cancer. The benefit al- bandcamp.com. bum features the recordings of the SUUAll proceeds from sales will go to Acoustic Instruments Club, the Big Boys Camp Kesem. Workin8 together to the best care for you and your baby always accept new OB patients Mike Bohlman, MDRoger Brecheen, MD Kelly Christensen, MD Family Practice OB/GYN OB/GYN Family Practice OB/GYN (307) 754-7257 www.pvhc.org Sarah Durney, MD Karla Wagner, MD Family Practice OB/GYN OB/GYN Leftists by any other name: liberals, progressives, Democrats, socialists, Marxists, communists - it's a matter of degree. However, all roads lead to Marx. Marxism fostered the idea that an enlightened elite was better positioned to grant prosperity; individualism and capitalism was contrary to the common good and must be stopped. Yes, progressives are utopians. They live in a dream world where they see all societal flaws as attributable to the perceived injustices of the American free market system. In the mind of today's Progressives, the Constitution is "evolving" with no permanent guiding principles. Progressives detest the Declaration of Independence which enshrines the protection of individual natural rights as unchangeable and gifts from God. Another influence of the left was Max Weber, a German 19th century sociologist, who argued that Protestantism/Christianity promoted capitalism and free enterprise. Thus, the Protestant work ethic. Weber's theory was the roots of the left's hatred,to all things Judeo- Christian. Kill 'In God we Trust' and you kill capitalism. There are many popular institutions that are dedicated to the left and subversive to American ideals. The American Civil Liberties Union was founded in 1920 by Roger Baldwin, an avowed Communist who sought the destruction of American society. The ACLU was the tool. In 1935, he wrote: "1 seek the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal." Hence, the ACLU war against God, morality, and the Constitution. Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger Who was a passionate believer in eugenics, that is, selective breeding. Ms. Sanger said: The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it." Abortion, at any stage, is their main function. The sixties and seventies saw the flowering of Marxism in America. The author Saul Alinsky, is the hero to many on the left including Hillary Clinton ("Plato on the barricades"), Chris Matthews, etc. Alinsky's book "Rules for Radicals",(1971) a primer for leftist radicals. All you need to know about Alinsky is written in his forward, dedicating his book to Lucifer "the first radical who at least won his own kingdom." The most influential concept comes from two radical Columbia University professors Richard Cloward, and Francis Fox Piven. They taught that a violent revolution must be preceded by an orchestrated economic collapse. That is, Leftists must do whatever they can to overburden the capitalist system, thereby destroying it. That is, "community organizers" (sound familiar) must recruit as many on the welfare rolls and create as much dependency as possible, wherein the debt would be so large that America would go bankrupt. They put their theory into practice in New York City in 1975 causing the city to teeter on the edge of bankruptcy. It worked! I saw it all first hand. Attending San Francisco State University in 1976, one of my professors, an unapologetic Communist, spent an entire year pointing to this Cloward-Piven strategy, indoctrinating students that this method of overburdening the system is and will be used to bring about the Marxist state. I ask you to review where we now stand economically, and morally as a nation. We have an astounding 16 trillion dollars in debt, borrow 40 cents out of every dollar we spend. Our credit rating has been lowered for the first time in history! Government refuses to take any action to lower spending. We are on the edge of implosion. The crises we now face is not the fault of only liberal Democrats. They had willing partners in the form of "Republicans," federal and state, who simply wanted to "get along," or who bought the leftist "social justice" agenda. They should have known better. Wyoming is a unique and remarkable place, an island of sanity in a sea of chaos, the way America was and should be. However, with the help of so called "well- meaning Republican legislators," it's changing, and not for the better, ff we are not vigilant we will be in grave danger of losing what we are as a free people, and a sovereign state. There is a solution to the problem with "Progressives." Don't vote for them. A hint of who they are is when they tell you a sad story, bring out the "crying towel" and support increased federal control and legislation, another nail in our coffin. Go to robforhouse.com, eMail: rob@robforhouse.com I ask for your support and your vote on August 21st! Paid for by the Candidate, Rob DiLorenzo Like us at 'Lovell Chronicle' !