Loveland's Independent News Source

LovelandPolitics is an independent news website and blog dedicated to
the residents of Loveland, Colorado.

It is our sincere wish you find this website to be refreshing, informative
and above all accurate.  We try and keep our news website factual,
dispassionate and void of meaningless PR platitudes found so frequently
in our local media.

We rely solely on volunteers to research, write and photograph what you
will find here.  LovelandPolitics contributors come from both sides of the
political spectrum and collaborate together well for the betterment of our
community.  Most ask not to have their names published due to the
controversial nature of the topics we cover.

No progress has ever been made in science, religion, or politics without
controversy.  LovelandPolitics doesn't shy away from controversy but
instead drives right into it when the facts lead us there.  

LovelandPolitics broke the biggest news stories in Loveland during the
past decade and owes a debt of gratitude to our thousands of readers and
hundreds of bloggers for recognizing our accomplishments.

LovelandPolitics does not endorse any candidate for public office or allow
commercial advertising on this website.  We are not grinding an axe; just
trying to find the truth.  

News tips are always welcome at

The blog is where you will find our opinions and where you are welcome
to also contribute yours.  We only ask that you blog responsibly.
“I think there is a good reason why the propaganda system works that way. It recognizes
that the public will not support the actual policies. Therefore it is important to prevent any
knowledge or understanding of them.”

Avram Noam Chomsky
"Never wrestle with a pig.  
You both get dirty and he enjoys it."

This old political saying has not been our motto at
LovelandPolitics.  On the contrary, the larger the
boar the better the fight and we enjoy it.  

We expose the pretenders, political entrepreneurs
and outright charlatans whose attempts to influence
the system are strangling our form of government or
misusing the public's treasury.

We prefer the Socratic motto,

“The price good men pay for indifference to
public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.”

                                             April 18, 2012