Jo Scott.Yesterday, we reported about a pair of guilty verdicts against Jo Scott in relation to Colorado's bubble law, which is meant to prevent anti-abortion protesters from harassing clinic patients. In the post, we quoted Scott from a 2008 interview talking about how she's a hero for savi ... More >>
Jo Scott in 2008.The 2008 feature "Planned Parenthood's Scheme to Bust Abortion Protesters" focused on longtime pro-life advocate Jo Scott. That August, she was convicted of violating the state's "bubble law," which prohibits anti-abortion types from coming within eight feet of anyone in a hu ... More >>
It's always fascinating to see what comes out of our Best of Denver Readers' Poll -- especially the silly, snarky answers we get to some of our questions. We learned that jokes about your mom are still (apparently) funny, that many of you watch Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy more frequ ... More >>
A graphic from the Personhood USA website.Proponents of Amendment 62 hit a roadblock yesterday in their drive to get Colorado voters to approve Amendment 62, an updated version of the anti-abortion measure that voters soundly defeated in 2008. A suit brought by amendment sponsors Gualberto Ga ... More >>
Chris Nelson.These three Denver blogs posts will treat you right. Purple Row's Rox Girl celebrates newly minted Rockies blazer Chris Nelson's "daylight robbery" of a run and a series sweep of the Reds. Playoff run here we come? Colorado Pols discovers that Planned Parenthood controls the wo ... More >>
Photo by Johnny MolfettaProposition 62, the latest iteration of the Personhood Amendment, which would give the unborn constitutional rights in Colorado, has been approved for the November ballot -- and opponents launched their campaign today with a boisterous rally at the State Capitol. Westw ... More >>
Oh, Magic Cyclops, how do we love you? Let us count the ways. Although he's had a spate of bad luck recently, namely being completely shafted by Hotels.com, who maxed his credit card while he was in New York, which ultimately left him penniless and starving for a few days until he could board ... More >>
Letters from the week of October 2, 2008
We brake for any diversions even the DPD.
Free Cowboy Hats
Adam Cayton-Holland journeys to the seventh ring of Denver's travel hell.
DU law professor David Akerson and his students sum up justice.
The warm, fuzzy feelings are all mutual at the annual Crush Party.
I once waited for Dave Matthews. I'm not making that mistake again for a snowboard.
When the going gets goofy, Harmon Leon gets going.
Alan Clements uses Spiritually Incorrect to skewer modern hype.
The art of meanness is valued at Yell Fest.
Checks and Balances
Couple rules with an Iron Feather
Meet Holly Kylberg, the boldest of Denver's boldfaced names.
Colorado's once and future governor wins points with bullets, not ballots.
From the week of September 21.
Crazy Condom Keypers, Planned Parenthood
From the week of April 13
A Boulder women's center survives governor's attempts to abort funding.
A chromosome-challenged critic gets in touch with his feminine side.
Winning the Governor's Mansion could be a religious experience for the GOP.
Dr. Warren Hern ranks high on the anti-abortionists' hit list. They're playing Ken Scott's song.
Jesus saves. Bob Larson diversifies.
WHILE ABORTION PROTESTER KEN SCOTT SAYS HE LOOKS OUT FOR KIDS, HE HIMSELF IS A DEADBEAT DAD.
SUPPORTERS OF AMENDMENT 16 INCLUDE A TITILLATING COALITION OF PORN-AGAIN CHRISTIANS AND DENVER BLUEBLOODS.