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“You must be the change you wish to see in this world”

"Let us become the change we seek"

- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

“Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind”

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable"

- John Fitzgerald Kennedy  


  "A Truth, Love, and Freedom movement... working to change our 
political and economic systems through restoring OUR Country to The
Founding Principles, highlighted in the Bill of Rights. Regardless of  
propaganda levied against us, we are a NON-violent group, simply 
engaged in protected First Amendment Free Speech and Media. 
Freedom of Speech is NOT terrorism, as many mainstream news 
channels may imply on a continual basis.  Our UNALIENABLE 
Rights like Assembling and Bearing Arms are fueled by just existing on 
this planet. These Rights were fought for by the Sacred Blood of our 
Ancestors and the war continues to this day.  Presently, we 
are being heavily attacked in the Spiritual realm, yet we know we must 
be as gentle as a dove and as strong as a lion.  If you want to change 
something just look in the mirror and the world will start changing 
around you. We Respect and Honor Individuals who uphold their 
Oaths to the Constitution.  For the rest of you, may history forget 
you were Our Countrymen. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds 
you. The one who worships the Old World Order through false mental 
constructs by means of chaos, money and authority ought to be 
ashamed. We will NOT submit to this tyranny! Stand with us, while we 
build a commUnity that will make you proud, on the Right side of 



Bruce Baumann

July 28, 2015

Last week, Snowmass, CO stopped fluoridating their public water, following the Department of Health and Human Services announcement that they would reduce the recommended level of fluoride by 40%.  This landmark move by the Federal Government, along with persistence by grassroots community activist group We Are Change Colorado inspired the Denver Water Board to host a first of its kind public water fluoridation forum on Wednesday July 29, 2015.  

We Are Change Colorado members began attending Denver Water Board meetings in 2008, making headlines in 2011. Members have attended every monthly Water Board meeting since February of this year, and after a few months of hearing the facts, Denver Water announced they would host a forum with expert debate.   

The forum will feature a panel of three experts representing each side of the issue.  
Professor Dr. Paul Connett, PhD, Director of Fluoride Action Network and author of "The Case Against Fluoride", will be leading the opposition of current fluoridation practices. He will be joined by Dr. Jeremy Widmann, PhD, an expert in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology, and Cathy Justus, a popular fluoride activist and horse breeder who led the successful campaign to stop fluoridation practices in Pagosa Springs, CO.  Justus was featured in the short documentary “Poisoned Horses” which draws the connection between water fluoridation practices and her dying horses.  
The panel of experts supporting current water fluoridation practices will be led by William Bailey, PhD, former Director of the Center for Disease Control’s Division of Oral Health. He will be joined by Katya Mauritson, DMD, current Colorado State Dental Director, and Brett Kessler, DDS and past President of the Colorado Dental Association.  

More information on the Facebook event page:
Denver Water encourages the public to send their opinions on water fluoridation via email to, send letters to the “Denver Board of Water Commissioners Attn: Matt Wittern, APR 1600 West 12th Ave Denver, CO  80204” or call 303-628-6663.
For those who can’t make it to the 1pm-3pm meeting on July 29th, Denver Water will be live-streaming the forum online.  Although the official live-stream link hasn’t been released yet, Denver Water has provided links to the forum’s agenda, speaker bios, FAQs, the pre-event board packet, and a web form for public comment.

Posted on: Tuesday, July 28, 2015