by T.L. James | 8:44 am, February 25, 2013
Angelo Codevilla at Forbes published an excellent analysis last week exploring the real nature of the Republican Party’s internal divisions and the repeated failures those divisions produce – As Country Club Republicans Link Up With The Democratic Ruling Class, Millions Of Voters Are Orphaned In a nutshell, the problem is that the bulk of Republican [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 12:41 pm, January 17, 2012
The only way to wean politicians off the pork is to remove the pork.
by T.L. James | 6:52 pm, April 8, 2011
The gist of the story is that Morse may have claimed per-diem while on a fully-paid trip to China, which one might expect is not what Senate per-diem is meant to cover. Further, the paid-for trip itself may have violated Amendment 41 rules, in that the trip was sponsored by an organization which receives most of its funding from for-profit sources.
by T.L. James | 8:05 pm, March 30, 2011
Well of course he does. His response to the ethics complaint concerning an apparent excess charging of per diem is that his leadership responsibilities necessitated additional outside-of-session work days whose actual events weren’t recorded in his calendar.
by T.L. James | 11:58 am, March 11, 2011
Colorado Peak Politics is reporting some interesting information about the per diem habits of Senator John Morse (last seen here on PPC making the ghost of Laurence Olivier cringe) One comment we’ve heard from two different reporters is that they don’t have time to fact check Colorado Government Accountability Project’s work, as if that ever [...]
by PerlStalker | 5:03 pm, November 27, 2010
Over the years, I’ve heard a number of people on the Left claim that they support big government because they don’t like the amount of control corporations have on them or the country. I got to thinking about that the other day and started looking at h…
by Lu Busse | 7:30 am, February 23, 2010
Thank you, PPC and its readers, for the opportunity to offer more insight regarding the Tea Party movement as well as those of us affiliated with it in Colorado and across the United States of America. Here is the final list with links to explanations of the Top 10 Reasons Why Both Parties Are in Tea Party [...]
by james baker | 5:48 pm, February 22, 2010
( – promoted by Rocky Mountain Right – )
Democrat Andrew Romanoff is challenging appointed Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) in the 2010 mid-term elections.
On September 27, 2009, the Denver Post reported that Romanoff had been offered a job i…
by Lu Busse | 7:30 am, February 22, 2010
1. CORRUPTION The Top Reason why both major parties are in Tea Party hot water is CORRUPTION. Its rancorous stench permeates politicians and the parties in Washington DC and most, if not all, state capitols. Even if some individuals have managed to resist temptation personally, they have not taken a firm stand against it or actions to stop [...]
by T.L. James | 8:32 pm, November 21, 2009
Looks like Louisiana picked the perfect Senator to represent them in Mary Landrieu – or at least those Louisianans who ply their trade in the shadowed corners of the French Quarter: Landrieu defended the inclusion of the provision and said Republican critics who accuse her of selling her vote for $100 million are wrong and [...]keep 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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