Monthly Archives: June 2010

Candidate Survey Reply from Scott Tipton (Colorado)

We’ve just received a reply from candidate Scott Tipton, running for Congress for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district.  Scott plans to attend our “Getting Ready for Election Day” gathering on August 5th. As I mentioned in a previous post, the Southern … Continue reading

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Colorado Senator Michael Bennet Plans to Vote for DISCLOSE Act

You may have seen my letter to my representatives from earlier in the week urging a vote against the unconstitutional, incumbent-protecting DISCLOSE Act.  Well, I’ve already received a reply back from Michael Bennet, as seen below: Dear Jeff: Thank you … Continue reading

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Democrats Pass DISCLOSE Act in House!

Strike one against freedom of speech.  The incumbents are half-way to their goal of silencing open discussion of election issues, except by certain exempted groups.  (Favoritism is tyranny.) This article by Politico details the close vote: Overcoming opposition from within … Continue reading

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Interesting Article on Ken Buck and Jane Norton (Colorado)

The Colorado Senate race is proving to be as surprising as many of the other races throughout the country.  And like other races, there’s a surprise showing of a grass-roots candidate going up against an establishment-supported candidate in the primary. … Continue reading

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U.S. Secretary of Labor Advocates “Fair” Payment of Illegal Workers

Have you seen the latest PSA videos at the U.S. Department of Labor?  It’s a campaign called “We Can Help”.  Over apparent concern that illegal aliens are being exploited (and yeah, they often are), this campaign seeks to let those … Continue reading

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DISCLOSE Act is Garbage—Let Your Representatives Know Your Mind!

Following on the coat-tails of the McCain-Feingold act, the DISCLOSE Act seeks to strengthen the grip of incumbents by silencing citizens’ protected speech, press, and assembly—against the obvious spirit of the First Amendment.  You can read the actual text of … Continue reading

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Social Security is Already Broke—In the Red Now!

Yes, you’ve probably heard many times that the Social Security system is broken.  But that’s not what I mean here.  What I mean is that it has now paid out more in benefits than it’s received as revenue.  It’s in … Continue reading

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Fiscal Responsibility? Senate Democrats Continue Deficit Spending

This just in:  We’re still broke, but spending money like a drunken Democrat. OK, nothing new with that. You’ve probably heard lots of talk coming from Washington of late regarding “fiscal responsibility”, right?  I wonder where it is.  An article … Continue reading

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National Debt is Killing Us!

Though Congress has failed to pass a budget for 2011, our President did offer a budget proposal February 1 of this year.  Have you seen it?  Have you seen the staggering admissions made in this document?  No? I didn’t think … Continue reading

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Candidate Survey Reply from Bob McConnell (Colorado)

We’ve received a reply from candidate Bob McConnell, running for Congress for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district.  Bob has spoken with us at our events before, and it’s nice to have some straight replies to questions that matter to us. In … Continue reading

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