Posts Tagged ‘ Cindy Kolb ’

Found

Found

Cheyenne Greave has been found! Kudos to Cindy Kolb and everyone living in Arizona-and elsewhere-who publicized her disappearance and made the reunion with her family that much swifter. Cindy also has some significant observations about the power of social media to resolve missing persons cases such as Cheyenne’s. Found- But NOT because there was a...
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Help Find Cheyenne Gleave

I’ve always been pleased with how many people from the great state of Arizona visit this website on a regular basis. Hopefully, some of you can assist authorities in the search for Cheyenne Gleave,  a young Arizona girl who was last seen near Kayetan Drive in Sierra Vista on October 3rd. You can find more...
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Abject Neglect

Abject Neglect

Our last post focused upon the government’s abdication of responsibility for the Monument and Horseshoe2 fires which devastated wide swathes of Arizona in 2011. Although all indications point to human responsibility-almost certainly at the hands of illegal aliens-the Forest Service refuses to place blame where it squarely belongs. In order to illustrate the consequences...
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Desert Visions

Desert Visions

As four separate wildfires devour the state of Arizona-burning more than 17,500 acres at last count-it’s instructive to look at how our government has handled its investigation into the two enormous ones which blazed a path of destruction across the state in 2011. According to the Arizona Daily Star, both the Horseshoe 2 and...
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Arizona border battle

Arizona border battle

I have to thank Cindy Kolb, a tireless activist from Arizona fighting to secure our border from what increasingly looks like an invasion, for the following links. The first is a story from a local ABC news affiliate in Arizona that examines the challenges faced by Border Patrol agents in one of the most...
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