by Brian T. Schwartz | 5:30 am, July 13, 2012
States don’t need to wait until Election Day to take aim at a point of vulnerability that remains in place despite the Courts latest caprice. They can refuse to implement the laws insurance exchanges. Continue reading →
by Brian T. Schwartz | 5:30 am, June 11, 2012
While Colorado Rep. Amy Stephens continues to support the government controlled health insurance exchange she established with SB-200, Michael Cannon at Cato explains why this is a bad idea: Continue reading →
by Michelle Morin | 7:22 pm, June 9, 2012
She’s very proud of it as she stammers through her specious drivel about ObamaCare’s alignment with our Declaration of Independence. Begins with a slip and almost admits it’s bad for industry… “Uh, I think that, the uh, understanding of it [ObamaCare] has been, uh uh, jeopardized or-or by misrepresentations that have been put out there relentlessly, largely, uh, by the industries that [...]
by Michelle Morin | 5:16 pm, June 5, 2012
This analysis, opinion, and endorsement list was emailed to me by “Voice4CO.” I agree with the endorsements on this list and am sharing so my Colorado friends have something of substance from which to make your voting decisions. I have also personally endorsed Congressman Doug Lamborn and House Representative Marsha Looper. Contact Voice4CO@gmail.com for more [...]
by ColoradoPeakPolitics | 3:17 pm, October 27, 2011
UPDATE 2: All three Compass Colorado radio spots are up now.
UPDATE: The two Too Taxing for Colorado radio ads have been added. They are running in the West Slope, Denver metro, Larimer/Weld, and El Paso.
The proposed $3 Billion tax inc…
by Al Maurer | 8:40 am, June 29, 2011
Amy Stephens showed up Tuesday at Liberty on the Rocks for a taste of tavern-style politics.
by Al Maurer | 9:53 pm, May 10, 2011
It’s time for citizens to hold their own town hall meetings.
by Al Maurer | 10:45 am, May 8, 2011
The Republican Party stands on principles, not personalities. Or it should.
by PerlStalker | 4:45 pm, May 5, 2011
Good news via the Colorado News Agency. The Amazon Tax may be on the way out in Colorado.
House lawmakers gave preliminary approval Wednesday to the repeal of last year’s so-called “Amazon tax”—an attempt, thwarted in court, to tax online sa…
by Al Maurer | 10:32 pm, May 3, 2011
Dissent over SB11-200 spawns debate-stifling measure in the El Paso County GOPkeep looking »
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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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