by Randall Smith | 9:51 pm, January 24, 2013
And now, an important message from Ace of Spades.
And I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m truly alarmed about it: What we are witnessing is the full and seamless fusion of media power with government power.
The media used to hide it a bit, in thei…
by T.L. James | 12:48 pm, October 7, 2012
#CPACCO Panel discussion on women’s issues bogus “War on Women”
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, May 23, 2012
School is rapidly coming to a close and Americans are looking for ways to spend the Summer. Here are a some suggestions from today’s links.
Spend the day with your local union beating an effigy of a sitting governor with a baseball bat.
You could c…
by Randall Smith | 6:00 am, May 22, 2012
Now that the Assembly has disassembled, it’s gotten pretty quiet in Colorado. There’s nothing left to do but ignore the Colorado Rockies and eagerly await Peyton Manning’s official debut in August.
On to the links.
FASTER is being chall…
by T.L. James | 11:45 am, November 13, 2011
Oops. “Truth-telling” filmmaker Robert Greenberg needs to find less-inept assistants. Apparently, in trying to “prove” that the Kochs are “unresponsive” to critics, Greenberg’s team made several phone calls to a Koch number in rapid succession, leaving a recorded message each time — and in a couple of cases, accidentally recording themselves after they thought they’d [...]
by Al Maurer | 11:05 am, October 4, 2010
That’s what they should have called Saturday’s march on DC. The Marooned in Marin blog has quite a few pictures. Be sure to look at the comments, too. A very interesting “rally,” and one that makes stark contrast to the … Continue reading →
by Al Maurer | 11:40 am, July 7, 2010
Yesterday I wrote about nonsensical arguments that the left puts out to support their essentially untenable positions. Even the Propagandist-in-Chief plays the game, saying last week that the Statue of Liberty was funded by subscription instead of given to us by France. (The pedestal was funded by subscription.) Then on the 4th of July he [...]
by Al Maurer | 11:41 am, July 6, 2010
I was at the Monument 4th of July Parade Saturday collecting signatures for the Right to Health Care Choice petition (Initiative 45) when a leftist Democrat came up to he booth looking for a fight. He picked the wrong rattler to step on. The difficulty in talking to these people–besides the fact that they are [...]
by T.L. James | 7:37 pm, April 25, 2010
The RNC may be fumbling about as it tries to puzzle out the interwebs, but the Republican Governors Association seems to be picking up the slack as far as online Republican videos go. The video is part of their Remember November website. It’s decently done, but you know it’s actually being effective when the left [...]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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