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GOP Senate Candidate “Jokes” About Obama Being From Kenya

Sorry, Owen, you can’t spin this birther statement into a “joke”. Owen Hill, a conservative Republican state senator from Colorado vying to challenge Democratic Sen. Mark Udall next fall, went birther at a political breakfast last week. “You spend time [...]

November 8, 2013 News

Fracked citizens to Hickenlooper: ‘Can You Hear Us Now?’

Gov Hickenlooper – it’s time you listened to the citizens of Colorado – they clearly do not want fracking in or near their towns! With decisive wins in Boulder, Lafayette, and Fort Collins – and with a pending squeaker of [...]

November 6, 2013 News

Colorado Ballot Returns Inch Up To 33%

Colorado, which has the easiest voting system in the country, only managed to turn in ~1/3 of its ballots by the morning of election day. Now, other states with lower turnouts may think this is great. But HERE, where every [...]

November 6, 2013 News

Colorado – It’s Not Too Late To Cast Ballot (or Register!)

Colorado – one CRITICAL bit of information that the article did not include – If you have moved recently or have not registered yet – you CAN do that in person TODAY on election day, thanks to our new voter [...]

November 5, 2013 News

Libertarian Party Files Another Lawsuit Over New Election Laws

This past legislative session, Colorado passed what is arguably the best set of voting laws in the country. The new voting laws make sure EVERYONE has the opportunity to vote. Unfortunately, the GOP and Libertarian parties have been trying to [...]

November 4, 2013 News

‘Frack Check’ Videos Blast Claims Made By Colorado Oil And Gas Industry

In Colorado, you can have hydraulic fracking set up right next door, with underground pipes going straight through (under) your property. You have no RIGHT to say no! Fort Collins, Broomfield, Boulder and Lafayette voters all face ballot initiatives to [...]

November 3, 2013 News

Does A Fracking Disaster Lurk After Colorado’s Flood?

The oil and gas industry keeps telling us there is nothing wrong after Colorado’s massive flooding disaster in September. Why should we take the industry’s word for it? Mike King, executive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources told [...]

November 3, 2013 News

Swing to the Left Bad News for Colorado Secessionists

The winds of change are blowing the political needle to the left in Colorado – and those changes have the Colorado Secessionists scrambling. From Bloomburg: The shifting U.S. populations that are changing political outcomes have converged in Colorado. Just as in [...]

November 3, 2013 News

Rep Cory Gardner – Where Do You Stand on Your District’s CO Secession Ballot Measures?

This election, 11 counties in Colorado are voting on if they want to secede from Colorado. TEN of those counties are in Rep Gardner’s (R) congressional district. His constituents have a right to know where he stands on this issue. [...]

November 2, 2013 News

Personhood Measure Certified for 2014 Colorado Ballot

This will be the third attempt in Colorado, after similar “personhood” attempts on the  2008 and 2010 ballot measures failed  by roughly 3-1 margins. DENVER — Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced Monday that a proposal to amend the [...]

November 1, 2013 News