by Bob Adelmann | 1:18 am, March 7, 2013
by Bob Adelmann John Ransom thinks he knows. He’s been inside the beast and the picture isn’t pretty. Ransom used to be active in Colorado politics and knows personally both aspirants to become chairman of the state’s GOP. He likes them both, and considers each of them friends. But friends is friends and business is [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 7:46 am, November 5, 2012
I love it when someone sticks his neck out, and then looks around to see if anyone else is also. Hewitt is a talk show host and is great for finding out what others think and the riffing on that with his own comments. Sort of like what I do here. Hewitt thinks Romney is [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 1:03 pm, November 3, 2012
All this, it seems to me, is just a lot of smoke and fire signifying nothing.
by Bob Adelmann | 6:13 am, October 27, 2012
Yesterday’s reports from Rasmussen was quite encouraging, if you’re a Romney/Republican fan and are concerned about the depth and breadth of the Romney surge that even the Downstream Media are now being forced to admit. Here we go: Who won the debates? 49% say Romney, 41% say Obama. Arizona Senate: Flake, the Republican: 50%, Carmona, [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 10:47 am, October 24, 2012
Somehow John Hawkins (a self-styled “professional blogger”) got his article published at Townhall.com, giving independent voters five good reasons why they should vote for Romney over Obama. They are ridiculous. Mitt is from a blue state and understands how to work with the other party.Hawkins said that Romney was able to “pass legislation and balance the [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 9:04 am, October 23, 2012
In Scott Rasmussen’s “Political Commentary” on Friday, he expressed his opinion, based on his own polls, that the GOP would not gain control of the Senate. Earlier this looked very do-able, with so many vulnerable Democrat seats available for the taking. But now? Not so much: When 2012 began, the presidential race looked too close [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 5:04 pm, October 21, 2012
It’s all about how you frame the question, isn’t it? The issue appears to be tax cuts for the rich: should we or shouldn’t we? By framing the question that way, discussion is limited. By re-framing the question, it changes the answers. Thanks to Investors Business Daily for pointing this out. President Obama warned that [...]
by T.L. James | 8:49 am, July 22, 2012
Sometimes it’s trivially easy to discover what the Democrat echo chamber is up to. For example, when you’re reading a news article about something Obama did and an out-of-context anti-Mitt Romney comment appears. Google a key phrase from the reader comment and, lo and behold, the same text over and over: “While at the helm [...]
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, July 20, 2012
Every few months, someone throws a fit about the Chick-Fil-A owners’ anti-gay view and proceed to paint the company as evil. What they overlook is that Chick-Fil-A is one of the few fast food companies that works hard to ensure that their employees don…
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, July 13, 2012
The Department of Energy thinks the program that wasted so much money on Solyndra was wonderful thing. See below.
On to the links.
Colorado is the eighth most business-friendly state in the union.
Colorado’s education funding has been …
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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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