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I'm Not Talking to You, Denver Post

Jason Salzman | Posted 05.21.2016 | Denver
Jason Salzman

If you're a journalist, this is the kind of  irony that makes you want to jump into the raging Platte River: Colorado's Treasurer Walker Stapleton is trashing a Denver Post article as "completely misleading," even though Stapleton refused an interview request.

Departing Denver Post Writer Worries That Journalism Is Becoming a 'Low-Wage Profession'

Jason Salzman | Posted 06.07.2015 | Denver
Jason Salzman

Alicia Caldwell ended a 12-year run at The Denver Post Tuesday when she left the newspaper for a job as communications director for the Colorado Department of Human Services. Before her departure from the Post last week, Caldwell answered a few questions via email about journalism, the Post, and her new job.

Beauprez Feels Your Fear of U.S. Government Attack on You

Jason Salzman | Posted 11.25.2014 | Denver
Jason Salzman

Beauprez has shown a "tendency in recent years to voice support for the fringe issue du jour on the right, whether it's northern Colorado secession or repeal of the 17th Amendment permitting the direct election of senators." I just found yet another instance of Beauprez voicing "support for the fringe issue du jour on the right."

'Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol' Doesn't Mean Home Use Only

Russ Belville | Posted 07.23.2014 | Denver
Russ Belville

Vincent Carroll has written a piece for the Denver Post entitled, "Like it or not, CSO must abide by Amendment 64." In it, he scolds the Colorado Symphony Orchestra for its original plan to create a series of fundraising concerts where patrons could bring and consume their own marijuana.

Denver Measure 2A: Who Thinks a Forever Property Tax Increase Is a Bad Idea?

Mike Krause | Posted 01.23.2014 | Denver
Mike Krause

If approved by voters in November, Denver Measure 2A would remove property tax revenue limitations imposed by Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR), resulting in a forever and unlimited tax increase for Denver property owners.

Denver Post Opinion Page: Left? Right? Nonpartisan?

Jason Salzman | Posted 06.28.2012 | Denver
Jason Salzman

An intriguing and innovative idea: add an interactive feature to the opinion section of The Post's website that would allow site visitors to evaluate content (editorials, local columns, etc.) on a political scale.

CO Secretary of State Reveals He's a Brilliant Media Critic

Jason Salzman | Posted 04.22.2012 | Denver
Jason Salzman

There's a good chance someone is going to say something newsworthy when they preface it with, "some folks in my office cringed when I said this, but I'm going to say it again."

Why Does the Predictable Ad Game Fascinate Journalists So Much?

Jason Salzman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Jason Salzman

Accusing one side's ads of being insulting, as if the other side's aren't, misleads voters into thinking the ads matter more than the issues at hand.

Does GOP Support Buck's "Buckpedaling" on Social Issues?

Jason Salzman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Jason Salzman

Do social conservatives feel betrayed that Buck is now saying he's "not going to Washington, D.C., with a social agenda?"

Post Should Explain Why GOP Thinks Draft Election Bill Is Unfair

Jason Salzman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Jason Salzman

The Post should report whether, in fact, the provisions of Terrance Carroll's draft plan to modernize election registration rules would "endanger the integrity of elections."

Columbine and the End of Journalism: Part VIII, More Good Stuff

Jeff Kass | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Jeff Kass

Another clear-headed review of the Columbine shootings on the ten-year mark came from Vincent Carroll, the former Rocky Mountain News editorial page editor.