by Eileen | 12:28 am, November 15, 2012
OK right-wing people, you need to calm down, too, if for no other reason than the overwhelming counterproductivity of all that hysteria. Let’s get rational about this. We can neither combat the national turn to collectivism in the public square nor deliver sound analysis so long as we choose to yowl and huff and bay [...]
by Michelle Morin | 4:55 pm, October 13, 2012
In case you missed my presentation of “Occupy Unmasked with Anita MonCrief” in Colorado Springs last week, here’s the Q&A with Anita portion of this event. Special thanks to David Elsass for taking time to attend and video tape this discussion. Here’s Anita MonCrief. More about Anita. “My transition [to conservatism] is a direct result [...]
by Michelle Morin | 9:25 pm, September 28, 2012
Coming to Colorado Springs for one afternoon only… What is the “Occupy” movement? What does it stand for? Who is behind it? What do these people want? Is anything good coming from it, or does it have a more sinister agenda? Is it just a mix of concerned college students and various citizens meeting together [...]
by Michelle Morin | 11:54 pm, September 17, 2012
This film is not in theaters anymore, but I am hosting a theatrical screening in Colorado Springs on Friday, October 5th. Click here for more details. If you’ve ever heard of “Occupy Wall Street,” you must see this film. If you value freedom, you must see this film. If you trust major media outlets [...]
by Kelly Sloan | 2:31 pm, June 15, 2012
The recall effort in Wisconsin was a particularly epic failure for the left. It ultimately boiled down to a contest between economic reality and progressive ideology.
Reality won out. Despite the outraged caterwauling from the left about the election being bought by the spawn of Citizens United, in the final analysis it was simply the fact that Governor Walkers reforms are working, that became the single most significant determinant in the outcome.
by Michelle Morin | 12:23 pm, February 6, 2012
On January 30, 2012, the Centennial Institute hosted a lively and healthy debate asking the question, “Does the Tea Party or the Occupy Movement best represent America’s needs and goals?” I was there to defend the Tea Party movement ideals, alongside Congressman Tom Tancredo. We were up against Colorado State Representative Daniel Kagan (D) and [...]
by elpresidente | 10:00 am, December 29, 2011
MIC CHECK!!! Turning briefly from straight-out investigative reporting or blogging, one of the highlights of my year was working with the fabulous Tabitha Hale, formerly New Media director at FreedomWorks, to put together a panel on ‘Building a State Blog Network’ for the group’s BlogCon11 conference held fortuitously in Denver in November. Simply being listed [...]
by elpresidente | 6:21 am, December 22, 2011
People’s Press Collective has thrown together a quick, informal, and non-intended-to-be-scientific-but-fun-anyway survey for our readers to rank their Top Political Stories in Colorado for the past year. There have been some doozies, which would be an understatement.
by elpresidente | 11:09 am, November 12, 2011
Breitbart TV has a great roundup of a bunch of videos from yesterday’s festivities when #OccupyDenver tried to take on #BlogCon11. Ed at Hot Air provides a link roundup, and Jim Hoft points out the teacher from Denver who thought it was a good idea to bring students down to experience democracy. More at memeorandum. [...]
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- PPC Training for Activists
UPDATE: Something apparently got messed up with the PayPal buttons during this past weekend’s database glitch – fixed now. Yes, it’s that time again — PPC will be conducting training classes for center-right activists on Saturday, April 20 and Saturday, April 27, at Independence Institute in Denver. The tentative class schedule is as follows: Saturday, [...]
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