Earlier this week, we talked with the Independence Institute's Dave Kopel about a lawsuit against Colorado's new gun-control laws supported by 55 sheriffs throughout the state; see the suit and more below. Today brings a rebuttal from Colorado Ceasefire's Tom Mauser, who became a gun-control advoca ... More >>
A post yesterday featured the Independence Institute's Dave Kopel talking about a lawsuit targeting Colorado's new gun-control laws -- and featuring the support of Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith and 54 of his colleagues around the state. As you can imagine, this topic fired up folks on both sid ... More >>
As we noted last week while covering the tragic death of Anastasia Adair, who accidentally killed herself with a new assault rifle, Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith and 54 colleagues have joined a complaint against newly passed Colorado gun-control laws, including a ban of all magazines that can ... More >>
Kelly Maher.Seen those "They Spend, You Pay!" billboards? The ones in which Barack Obama looks kinda drunk, John Hickenlooper appears homicidal, and Betsy Markey, Ed Perlmutter, John Salazar and Michael Bennet seem amused by your pain? According to Kelly Maher of WhoSaidYouSaid, the website b ... More >>
President Jon Caldara helps celebrates 25 years as Denver's premier conservative free-market think tank. Editor's note: This week's Westword cover story is a cartoon by Kenny Be that celebrates twenty-five years of the Independence Institute. Check it out in its entirety below:
Since November 2004, Cause Communications president Jason Salzman (pictured) has written a media column for the Rocky Mountain News; his pieces run every two weeks, alternating with offerings by the Independence Institute's Dave Kopel, whose perspective is typically as conservative as Salzman's is ... More >>
That Adam Clayton-Holland is a real sh--!
A columnist's latest dirty secret? He watches TV to get his news.
Telluride lawman Bill Masters is no dope. So what turned him against the war on drugs?
The Second Amendment triggers dialogue.
From the week of October 2, 2003
Peeved in Peoria
Guns, alcohol and tobacco fuel the sport of politics.
The Independence Institute got a jolt from its Italian leaders.
The Post denies accusations of slanted coverage.
From the week of August 8, 2002
A media column about secondhand smoke stirs up a cloud of controversy.
Several high-profile columnists leave the media scene in very different ways.
The FCC's fining of a Colorado radio station is giving broadcasters headaches from coast to coast.
Colorado’s Make My Day law was designed to protect homeowners who were forced to kill in self-defense. Here’s who it’s really helped.
The man who drove a stake through Guide the Ride may take aim next at Pat Bowlen's stadium tax.