by Jon Caldara | 4:24 pm, August 20, 2012
This morning on 850 KOA’s Mike Rosen Show, two of our senior fellows joined Mike in studio to discuss the lawsuit against our Taxpayers Bill of Rights (TABOR). Officially called Kerr v. Hickenlooper in federal court, the suit attempts to kill TABOR in Colorado because it allegedly violates our United States’ Constitution’s guarantee clause. The [...]
by Jon Caldara | 1:15 pm, May 1, 2012
This morning I found myself back on 850 KOA guest hosting the Mike Rosen show from 9am to noon. Thanks to the 850 KOA website, here are the audio files of the show in case you couldn’t catch it live this morning.
by Kelly Maher | 11:48 pm, October 28, 2011
Tax increase proposals in Colorado often seem to come under the guise “for the children,” as is the case with Proposition 103, the proposal on the Nov. 1 ballot to raise taxes $2.9 billion over the next five years.
by Kelly Maher | 8:41 am, October 14, 2011
850 KOA radio show host Mike Rosen played the audio from our video on Proposition 103, noting that a robo-dial for the $2.9 billion tax increase somehow fails to note that it’s a…tax increase. Prop. 103 itself is a bad idea, as we’ve documented.
by Jon Caldara | 2:27 pm, January 21, 2011
Citizens’ Budget project director Penn Pfiffner continues his mission of spreading the good word about the solutions found in our Citizen’s Budget project. This past week found Penn on two different radio shows. The first was on Ross Kaminsky’s Backbone Radio program on KNUS. Filling in for Ross that day was Krista Kafer, who did [...]
Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold discusses role of Colorado Supreme Court in redistricting, potential replacements for outgoing Chief Justice Mullarkey on Mike Rosen Show
by CTBC Director | 5:56 am, August 27, 2010
Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold called in to the Mike Rosen Show Wednesday following up on an interview with nationally syndicated analyst Michael Barone regarding Congressional redistricting and state-level reapportionment of legislative districts.
Michael Barone spoke broadly on the issue of redistricting nationwide – and was almost certainly unaware of the peculiarities of how [...]
by David K. Williams, Jr. | 10:18 am, May 7, 2010
“I’ve been asked to show my ‘papers’ when traveling in foreign countries. Big deal. The upside is that by cracking down on illegals in their state, Arizonans . . . will be protected from trespass and violent crime, and save hundreds of millions of dollars in education, medical, social services and criminal justice spending associated with illegal immigrants. I’d take that tradeoff.”
“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.”
by Kelly Maher | 5:15 pm, April 28, 2010
A Facebook page titled Mayor Teflon John Hickenlooper’s Glass Jaw appeared today…The Denver mayor needs to figure out soon how to answer tough questions because many more are coming his way as he runs for governor of Colorado.As highlighted on Comple…
Mike Rosen commentary on Colorado Supreme Court retention elections in Nov. 2010: “a great time to balance the scales”
by CTBC Director | 10:23 pm, November 18, 2009
The Clear The Bench Colorado message – ‘vote “NO” on the unjust justices of the Colorado Supreme Court in November 2010 to restore accountability to the judiciary and bring back balance to the bench’ – is being picked up by an increasing number of astute observers of the state of affairs in Colorado.
Thanks to an [...]
Colorado Supreme Court & School Funding: Case to Clear the Bench now overwhelming (Ben DeGrow on Face The State radio)
by CTBC Director | 2:23 pm, November 4, 2009
Cross-posted from the Peoples Press Collective and Mount Virtus websites, from commentator Big Ben (big, but “not as big as Rasmussen“) DeGrow:
“Despite all the hoopla (much of it well-deserved) about the election results, let’s not lose focus on an easily overlooked issue that should factor into some of our important decisions for 2010 — namely, the Colorado [...]
- 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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