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 | 4:17 pm, November 12, 2012
by Bob Adelmann | 1:04 pm, November 11, 2012
I put great store in what Baldwin says. Republican Party loyalists won’t like it. Often the truth hurts.
by Bob Adelmann | 1:45 pm, November 5, 2012
Polling is interesting in and of itself. And predictions for Tuesday are interesting, too. But neither means a whit if both candidates are cut from the same piece of cloth, which they are.
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 | 4:31 pm, November 3, 2012
I’m looking forward to Wednesday for lots of reasons, most of which you can surmise: the noise, the chatter, the incessant drumbeat of political ads interrupting every TV program, the constant ringing of pollsters on my phone, the yard signs, the answering the inevitable question: who do you think is going to win? For Erick [...]
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 | 10:04 am, November 3, 2012
The number of undecided voters is so small that, barring a catastrophic political faux pas of some kind either by Obama or Romney, Hurricane Sandy isn’t likely to have much an impact.
by Bob Adelmann | 4:32 pm, November 1, 2012
It was OK in 2008 to hitch your wagon (if you were a Democrat) to Obama’s star and ride his momentum into office. Today? Not so much. Writing in the Washington Times, David Sherfinski says that, downstream, those same Democrats are putting some distance from Obama this time around: President Obama’s hope-and-change coalition powered his party [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 2:43 pm, November 1, 2012
George Friedman, writing for Stratfor’s Geopolitical Weekly, puts the humbug into next Tuesday’s doings: Many say that the country has never been as deeply divided. In discussing the debates last week, I noted how this year’s campaign is far from the most bitter and vitriolic. It might therefore be useful also to consider that while [...]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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