The Democratic National Committee announced today it is launching a Spanish-language television ad in the Denver market in support of President Obama’s jobs bill.
As expected the American Family Association’s president, Bryan Fischer, delivered a Values Voter Summit speech rife with rhetoric some have called “unmitigated bigotry” and what presidential hopeful Mitt Romney indirectly called-out as “poisonous.”
Something’s happening downtown, what it is ain’t exactly clear. Occupy Denver has no leader. Occupy Denver has no agenda. Occupy Denver has no list of demands. What it does have is passion, anger and so far, a willingness to simply be.
A potpourri of libertarians, anti-war protesters, opponents of the Federal Reserve, combat veterans and labor groups descended onto Freedom Square today in the nation’s capital as part of the ongoing public demonstration occurring in the wake of the three-week long Occupy Wall Street event in New York City.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow skewered Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler last night, relying heavily on the work of the Colorado Independent’s John Tomasic in a report titled “Things to Sue in Denver When You’re Suppressing Votes.”
Nature is the lifeblood of Colorado’s economy, Mark Udall said in a speech on the Senate floor Tuesday, as he urged his colleagues to protect lands in the San Juan Mountains and pass his ski area summer recreation bill.
Occupy Wall Street? Sure. Occupy Denver? Been there, done that. Hundreds of people have been gathering on a daily basis downtown to spread the word that Wall Street is here as it is everywhere.
A national group that advocates for the separation of church and state is urging members of the evangelical clergy to reject the Alliance Defense Fund’s “Pulpit Freedom Sunday” on Oct. 2.
The latest web video offering from the 2012 campaign of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney seeks not only to link Texas’ in-state tuition program for immigrations to Democrats, but to show that it was touted by Mexican officials.
Free Speech TV invited The Florida Independent’s Virginia Chamlee on this week to discuss her recent feature examining the political clout wielded by Florida’s sugar industry. Watch the segment, hosted by Marcy Miranda, below.