Archives for: "November 2006"

Rossputin quoted about WalMart

I'm quoted at the end of this article...which I happen to think is an interesting piece (even without my participation): Casting ballots at the checkout A company's politics can win or lose sales By Douglas Brown, Denver Post Staff Writer… more »

Don Boudreaux on economics as a long-term science

Don Boudreaux's letter to the editor today makes an important and too-often forgotten point: Economic changes take time, and looking at economic statistics over any short period of time is not very useful. --------------------… more »

Economy hums along, mainstream media is silent

There were two economic reports today on the employment situation which the GOP should (but, if history is any guide they won't) trumpet the benefits of the Bush tax cuts and the risks to the economy of a Democrat takeover of Congress. In particular,… more »

Union front group ACORN indicted for voter fraud

The ultra-liberal activist group ACORN, long known to be little more than a front group for union-sponsored election fraud, has had 4 of its workers indicted in Kansas City, Missouri, for intentionally filing fraudulent voter registrations. Two stories… more »

Ref C and economic illteracy in the media

This letter was sent to the Rocky Mountain News by my friend Mike Williams: Your front page story, Ref C tax windfall (Oct 31), proves again the bias and/or economic illiteracy of your paper. The article focuses on the additional revenue now being… more »

A great letter about Democrat rhetoric

I just read one of the best, if rather tongue-in-cheek, letters to the editor of the Rocky Mountain News that I've seen in some time: A glossary for those voting Democratic: Working people - Union members employed by the government. Hate crime -… more »

Ref C excess revenue is nothing to cheer about

re "Ref C revenue a boon for state" (Rocky Mountain News, 10/31/06),1299,DRMN_15_5106694,00.html To the Editor: While the excess taxation collected under Referendum C may be a boon for government,… more »

Beauprez trounces Ritter in debate

While I do not claim to be impartial in the Colorado governor's race, watching Tuesday's debate between Bob Beauprez and Bill Ritter, I thought that Beauprez clearly beat Ritter. Beauprez gave detailed answers to important and technical questions,… more »

Colorado Election recommendations, part 3 (Referenda)

In this final installment of my recommendations for the 2006 election in Colorado, I present my views on the Referenda (lettered “E” thru “K”) which Coloradoans will be voting on. If you are in a hurry, here is today’s answer key. The short answer is,… more »

Soldiers in Iraq react to Kerry

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