Update: On Friday, we shared with you part one of a video capturing a debate about Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act -- one that pitted a proponent of the measure against another activist who wants recreational cannabis use permitted, but not the way the ballot measure proposes. ... More >>
While Smart Colorado is the main group opposing Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, there's another one that may be more surprising to some observers: pot-legalization activists who feel the measure doesn't go far enough and is fatally flawed. These sorts of objections were aired ... More >>
Our post about the opponents of Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, attempting to tie George Soros to the pro-pot campaign drew comments about the billionaire philanthropist and his possible impact on the initiative's chances for success in the November election. Here's a post fro ... More >>
Billionaire George Soros is a frequent conservative target for donating big bucks to liberal causes (of course, conservatives have munificent billionaires of their own -- but that's another story). Now, Smart Colorado, a group opposing Amendment 64, the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act, sees Sor ... More >>
If only Ron Paul and Barney Frank had introduced their federal marijuana-legalization proposal one day earlier, the Great Legalization Debate might have turned into a truly great discussion. Instead, last night's "debate" at Casselman's more closely resembled an episode of Family Feud -- whic ... More >>
Not that it comes as much of a surprise when it comes to the woman so possessed with Christ-loving zeal that she walked into a Loveland art museum and smashed a work of art with a crowbar, but Kathleen Folden is crazy -- and in the way typical of evangelical fanatics, she's crazy in an "obses ... More >>
Dick Wadhams isn't shedding any tears over Amendment 54.Colorado Republican Party boss Dick Wadhams isn't shy about speaking plainly. Note that as other leaders were tip-toeing around the controversy involving Governor Bill Ritter and his U.S. Attorney nominee, Stephanie Villafuerte, Wadhams ... More >>
From the week of October 21, 2004
The pendulum is swinging back from stiff mandatory sentences for drug offenses.
How a kid from Boulder became an eyewitness to the passing of an era.