by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, May 3, 2012
Yes, friends and neighbors. The end of the legislative session in Colorado is almost here. If we’re lucky, our rights will be safe for another few months. Or, you know, they’ll find a way to give our hard earned dollars to someone else.
On to the lin…
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, April 26, 2012
A short list of links today as I fight off a headache. Enjoy.
The Pueblo City Council whines and complains about having to operate in the open.
The House has reinstated a six percent growth cap on General Fund expenditures. I doubt such …
Is Mitt Really the GOP Nominee? Not So Fast Friends, Check out the Numbers Before Walking off the Field
by Michelle Morin | 11:24 am, April 16, 2012
Here is the data to which I referred when I spoke on behalf of Newt Gingrich on Saturday at the Colorado GOP State Assembly. Here’s why the “Get in line with the Mitt masses!” rants shouldn’t yet move the GOP’s “Not-Romney” base. h/t RedState In spite of what the media and left-leaning GOP types would have [...]
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, April 13, 2012
Hilary Rosen, who apparently knows nothing about real life, claims that stay at home moms don’t work in an attack on Ann Romney. (Does anyone else remember when attacking candidates’ families was off limitsb?) Ann Romney took to twitter to respond. Ros…
by Michelle Morin | 12:10 pm, April 12, 2012
Are you a GOP Congressional or State delegate who is voting this Friday/Saturday at the Assemblies? If so, you’re powerfully poised to choose those national delegates who will determine Colorado’s selection for the GOP Presidential nominee. You want your involvement and your voice to matter, and you expect that your commitment to this process pays [...]
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, March 14, 2012
Alabama and Mississippi held primaries yesterday and there were caucuses in Hawaii and Samoa. Hot Air has the exit polls for all your stat geekiness.
Mississippi was basically a three way split with Romney, Gingrich and Santorum each pulling over 30 …
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, March 7, 2012
Did you all enjoy Super Tuesday? The results are in for most of the states. As I write this, Mitt Romney is edging out Rick Santorum in Ohio by about half a percent. You can find all of the results on Google’s election results page.
Mitt has an good …
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, February 29, 2012
There were primaries, yesterday, in Arizona and Michigan. Michigan’s open primary process meant that Democrats could vote in the Republican primary, a fact that Rick Santorum tried to take advantage of. I expected Romney to win both states since Michig…
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, February 11, 2012
Some interesting tax numbers:
The top one percent pay 36.7 percent of all income taxes.
The top ten percent pay 70.5 percent of all income taxes.
The bottom 50 percent pay 2.3 percent of all income taxes.
You know, it’s really hard to cut the t…
by Randall Smith | 7:00 am, February 8, 2012
Colorado and Minnesota held caucuses yesterday and Missouri held their primary. You can find the results at each of those links.
Rick Santorum defeated Mitt Romney in the later two states. In Colorado, it was closer but Santorum edged out Romney with…keep looking »
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