by amy | 1:18 pm, March 26, 2013
By Simon Lomax
Be afraid. Be very afraid…
That was the Denver Post’s front page article on March 16, which profiled a couple – Mieko and Charles Crumbley – who claim seismic surveying near Brighton, Colo. damaged a groundwater well on their property and put cracks in some of the walls in their home. But the oil [...]
by amy | 7:21 pm, March 4, 2013
By William Yeatman and Amy Oliver Cooke
As Coloradans we thought we might have to apologize to the rest of the country if President Barack Obama nominated former one-term Colorado Governor Bill Ritter to head the Energy Department. If the President wanted to make electricity costs skyrocket and the eco-left community happy, Ritter was his guy, [...]
by Randall Smith | 7:06 pm, February 26, 2013
Once again, the Denver Post shows its true colors with an “article” which argues for universal gun registration. It’s all in the name of having data to work with. “If only lawmakers knew how many people had guns,” they argue, “they could make smarter d…
by Jon Caldara | 4:17 pm, November 12, 2012
by Jon Caldara | 1:12 pm, November 8, 2012
Post-election blues got you down? Go ahead and and stay curled up in a ball on the couch for Devil’s Advocate tomorrow night as I am joined by Denver Post editorial page editor Curtis Hubbard and Colorado Springs Gazette editorial page editor Wayne Laugesen for a dissection of what happened on Tuesday and what it [...]
by Jon Caldara | 2:11 pm, October 23, 2012
After months of frustration with the Denver Post refusing to cover the explosive Abound Solar debacle, last week we put up these billboards around the Denver Post:
Yesterday the Denver Post’s front page, top-of-the-fold story was on the failures of the new energy industry, writing, “The Weld County district attorney’s office is investigating the failure of [...]
by Jon Caldara | 10:36 am, October 19, 2012
Why is this Billboard now across the street from the Denver Post building?
I don’t want anyone to get the wrong idea, so let me explain. I really miss the days of Denver being a two newspaper town. The Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News for a century had a competition which gave Coloradans superior [...]
by Mike Krause | 12:24 pm, October 11, 2012
If approved by voters in November, Denver Measure 2A would, among other things, remove property tax revenue limitations imposed by Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR), resulting in a forever and unlimited tax increase for Denver property owners.
It’s more than obvious who wants this forever tax increase passed. Denver Mayor Hancock and [...]
by Jon Caldara | 11:07 am, October 2, 2012
I don’t think I have ever uttered these words before, but here goes – be sure to grab a copy of the Denver Post today!
As you may recall our investigative reporter, Todd Shepherd, found that the National Co-chair for the Obama Campaign was himself an evil venture capitalist, very much like Mitt Romney. This man’s [...]
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, August 6, 2012
Yes, the Obama campaign thought it was a good idea to publish a map of everyone on their list.
On the not creepy side, check out episode 9 of Music Free Static.
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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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