by Eileen | 1:23 am, January 18, 2013
Normally, I go on about policy rather then going into the field. Why I because I don’t like people. Specifically, I don’t like human interest stories. However, I am always game to cover an event that promises to have a minimum of earnest people talking about their feelings. An event such as the first ever [...]
by Jon Caldara | 4:07 pm, December 11, 2012
by Jon Caldara | 1:13 pm, November 21, 2012
There are some good reasons to get high on pot.
The Independence Institute held no position on Amendment 64, legalizing recreational marijuana. And I know not everyone is thrilled about Colorado becoming the Amsterdam of America. But like it or not, it is in our state constitution.
So let me throw out this idea – even if [...]
by Jon Caldara | 10:24 am, October 23, 2012
by T.L. James | 4:20 am, October 10, 2012
Backers and opponents of Amendment 64 (marijuana legalization) square off at a special R Block Party event, September 27, 2012.
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, July 23, 2012
Unsurprisingly, most of today’s links are related to the Aurora theater shooting. Something to think about as Leftists start screaming about gun control is the UN Small Arms treaty is still looming on the horizon. Don’t be surprised to see supporters l…
by Jon Caldara | 1:02 pm, May 15, 2012
As an organization married to principles, not politics or politicians, we at the Independence Institute have it easy. We stand unequivocally for the ideals presented in the Declaration of Independence – the document that inspired our name. Part of my job as head of the Institute is to lead the fight for free markets, individual [...]
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, May 2, 2012
The “peaceful” Occupy movement has shifted in to full-on riot mode again in celebration of Communism. As part of the celebrations, five Occupy leaders planned to blow up a bridge in Cleveland. Unfortunately for them, the FBI arrested them before the pa…
by Randall Smith | 7:09 pm, March 6, 2012
Colorado lawmakers ran into an obvious but contentious stumbling block while considering a bill to set legal levels for “driving while drugged.”
But SB 117 carries with it some weighty baggage: The state Public Defender’s Office estimates the bill w…
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, February 28, 2012
There are a couple of primaries today which Mitt Romney is expected to win. If Rick Santorum makes a good showing, it lead to all sorts of drama as Super Tuesday draws near.
The GOP Primary race is as good a reason as any to want to get high but you …keep looking »
- 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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