For those of you who used to complain about the shrinking length of TV sound bites, but now you're grateful for any political blip on TV at all, take ...
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In a stunning electoral defeat, Amendment 66 -- representing a much-needed re-writing of the byzantine Colorado Finance Act -- went down in flames despite seeming to have everything on its side.
The Blame Game Begins
The recent spate of complaints about Facebook's unspectacular stock debut includes thousands of investors who were upset FB's i...
From a policy perspective, the president is deploying a "Prevent D" approach -- the play-it-safe strategy some teams use in sports when they are far ahead of their opposition.
One argument against mail balloting is the vast majority of voters cast their ballots prior to Election Day and, therefore, they miss the opportunity to change their minds
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It is time for a change -- and while it needs to be led by both parties, the real responsibility lies with every individual...
If Ken Buck and supporters won't tell the truth about Ken Buck's extremist ways, who will?
The 2010 election year in Colorado presents the opportunity to test many political theories which will have national implications.
Perhaps the biggest political upset of the year to date was Evergreen businessman and political neophyte Dan Maes' razor-thin victory over former Congressman Scott McInnis.
Cameron is like a good sports referee. If he or she is doing a good job, you don't notice the referee. It's when a referee makes a mistake that he or she becomes most noticeable.
Turning around the industry means turning around the country. It could easily be a two-decade process.
When I tuned in on Saturday, June 13th, indeed it was an unlucky day for me -- or was it?
It is fascinating to watch the fracturing of the Republican Party as some leaders attack Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor as a "racist" while others try to focus on her judicial record.
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