In recent days, residents of a Colorado Springs neighborhood emerged from their homes to find baggies containing fliers promoting...the Ku Klux Klan. This is not an isolated occurrence. Over the past six months or so, several cities have had similar incidents. However, most have been in the South a ... More >>
Tony Perkins.Last week, Tony Perkins, the head of the Family Research Council in Colorado Springs, said that if the United States ends the "don't ask, don't tell" policy in the military, it could bring back the draft. His reasoning: strapping young recruits won't want to serve next to men and ... More >>
Chalk up another one on the list of random things the Westboro Baptist Church hates: Flags. In honor of Flag Day, the WBC issued a (probably unintentionally) hilarious press release -- which came a day late, because evidently it takes a little while to write a song about how "They'll face t ... More >>
Photo by John JohnstonFor Tancredo, the issue's brown and white.Last month, a representative from Americans For Legal Immigration blasted ex-Congressman Tom Tancredo for pledging to participate in a June 5 rally in Phoenix whose organizer allegedly had ties to neo-Nazi groups. Tancredo refut ... More >>
This sign is headed down the road a piece.On Monday, we told you about the National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group, taking part in the Colorado Department of Transportation's adopt-a-highway program -- and CDOT's conclusion that stopping it from doing so was impossible. Now, a new deve ... More >>
A sign about cleaning up that some people see as thoroughly unclean (image from Channel 4's coverage).Last night, Channel 4 featured a report about a stretch of Highway 85 adopted by Denver's branch of the National Socialist Movement, a neo-Nazi group -- not the kind of publicity calculated t ... More >>
Governor James H. Peabody.What's the best way to mark Colorado Day? Should we go outside and contemplate nature? Pet a cow instead of eating one? Or listen to John Denver albums until your brain begins to boil and your ears erupt in pustules? Not according to the citizens behind Colorado Ethi ... More >>
A Man Out of Time
Look who's mad at Dick Lamm now!
Mayor Day or Mayday?
April 24, 2003
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A close shave with skinheads.
Inside the Rocky Mountain Heritage Fest, Colorado's first neo-Nazi music festival.
In The Believer, a Jewish student explores his inner Nazi.
A computer geek dons a blue wig and takes a flying leap at the fringes of pro wrestling.
Phil O'Goodstein will paint a picture of Denver's Irish.
Her great-grandparents died in the Holocaust. But Sara Salzman knows that anti-Semitism lives on -- on the Web.
Trapped in a prison race war, Tony Francis had three choices: kill, snitch or run. He found another way out.
A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT'S PURPLE SHOELACES LAND HER IN TROUBLE.
COULD BE THE NEXT LEADER OF THE COLORADO KKK.ALL-AMERICAN GIRL SUGAR AND SPICE AND NOTHING VERY NICE--HERE'S THE KKK'S NEW LOOK.