Video below.Last night, at the final Republican presidential candidate debate prior to the Iowa caucuses, Texas Governor Rick Perry threw a Hail Mary -- by invoking a quarterback whose passing remains suspect in some quarters despite his current winning streak. Yes, it's true. The increasing ... More >>
Jared Polis.Although the so-called Gang of Six's proposal for averting debt-ceiling catastrophe is getting the lion's share of attention right now, Representative Jared Polis has floated some revenue-raising ideas of his own, which the media has largely winnowed down to this: Legalizing marij ... More >>
Michael Huttner.As part of the August 2009 launch of 50 Ways You Can Help Obama Change America, Michael Huttner, the book's co-author, as well as founder and CEO of ProgressNow.org, promised to give away a trip to Hawaii to the person with the best idea to improve America. Over two years late ... More >>
Scott McInnis has been endorsed by these dogs, though.Across the country, major party candidates who've been associated with the so-called establishment have had a far tougher time than anticipated. No wonder Republican Scott McInnis asked Margo Knutson, a member of a grassroots Douglas Coun ... More >>
Brownie with Bushie.Earlier this week, we told you about a debate between former FEMA head turned KOA talk-show host Michael Brown and David Sirota, the AM 760 morning guy, over comments Brown had made to Fox News' Neil Cavuto about the Obama administration's response to the oil spill off the ... More >>
Michael Brown with his old boss.In January, we profiled former FEMA director Michael Brown -- the man about whom President George W. Bush said, "Heckuva job, Brownie" circa the Hurricane Katrina response -- after he was named a fulltime KOA talk-show host. But Brown doesn't think Barack Obam ... More >>
Dan Maes attended the rally this Saturday, with gunny sack in hand.Last week, Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes previewed the "Defend the Republic" rally at the State Capitol -- advertised as a gathering of folks from assorted tea parties and 9.12 organizations, among others, who we ... More >>
From the Tea Party of Northern Colorado's Facebook page: Long may it wave.In a blog yesterday, Scott McInnis spokesman Sean Duffy shrugged off suggestions that his candidate was masquerading as having won support from tea party groups -- but he added that McInnis was actively courting members ... More >>
Scott McInnis may not be wearing a cowboy hat -- but at least he has one.Yesterday in this space, we told you about tea party anger directed at gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis, who Fox News anointed as a TP hopeful in a Neil Cavuto interview embedded below. But McInnis spokesman Sean D ... More >>
Dan Maes would like to have his tea and drink it, too.Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is upset about the effort by GOP heavyweights to make Scott McInnis the de facto party standard bearer months before the primary -- and he says lots of tea party members will express the same sen ... More >>
Although ProgressNow Colorado's Michael Huttner lived through a grilling by Fox News' Neil Cavuto, he likely made few converts among the cable net's mondo-conservative viewership. The Colorado branch of the American Civil Liberties Union is hoping for a friendlier audience for "Gitmo Revealed ... More >>
ProgressNow Colorado's Michael Huttner will go just about anywhere to pimp 50 Ways You Can Help Obama Change America, a new book he co-wrote with former Rocky Mountain News media writer Jason Salzman -- including Fox News. He didn't emerge from his appearance opposite Neil Cavuto unscathed, however ... More >>
Neil Cavuto quizzes Michael Karolchyk earlier this month. Entrepreneur Michael Karolchyk's Anti-Gym, a fitness center he promoted via willfully offensive ads (get details in our 2008 profile, "No Chubbies? Fat Chance"), was shuttered earlier this year by the IRS -- but that hasn't stopped Mr. K fro ... More >>
The Anti-Gym's Michael Karolchyk says he wants you to hate him, and the media's eating up every word — even the little white lies.
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