Chick-fil-A Gets a Reprieve from Speech Police
Last month, the Denver City Council did a pretty good imitation of The Soup Nazi from the old Seinfeld sitcom (“No Soup for You!”) when it raised objections to leasing Chick-fil-A space for a restaurant at Denver’s airport.
Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency Protects Itself More Than the Environment
Here in my adopted home state of Colorado, orange is the new Animas River, thanks to the blithering idiots working under President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency.
It’s just the latest man-caused disaster from an out-of-control bureaucracy whose primary …
My Kingdom for an Open Window
Impromptus today is the second (and final) installment of a journal called “Down East and Out West.” I have notes on New Hampshire, Colorado, Seattle, and Alaska, with a couple of other places mentioned just for fun — for diversity’…
Down East and Out West, Part I
I’ve come to New Hampshire, but I’m not running for president. I’m just about the only one who’s not. I am covering the presidential campaign.
Ah, well. I’ll wait to be drafted (and wait).
GOP Makes Huge Strides in AG Elections
When Adam Laxalt finally edged out a victory over Ross Miller in Nevada, Republicans had made history.
Laxalt was the last of five Republicans to win state attorney general races in six key races on Tuesday. When they are sworn …
Where the AG Races Stand Heading into Election Day
Republicans tomorrow night have a chance to win as many as five of six key attorney general races in Arizona, Colorado, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Nevada and New Mexico.
Recent polls show Republican Mark Brnovich leading Democrat Felecia Rotellini in Arizona by …
Colorado’s Early Vote Through Monday: 42.8 Percent Republicans, 32.4 Percent Democrats
From the Tuesday Morning Jolt:
What the Gardner and Tillis Campaigns Are Thinking Right Now
I talked to a consultant who’s plugged in to the Republican Party’s efforts in the Senate races in Colorado and North Carolina.
A Tough Ad Aims to Persuade Hispanics in Colorado
If you’ve ever wanted to see a conservative group fighting for the votes of Hispanics#…#check out this ad — running in both English and Spanish — from the group Conservative War Chest. The group, which also ran the “Gang …
Democrats Giving Up on Mark Udall?
This is potentially huge. Senate Majority PAC — the SuperPAC aiming to help Democrats keep their Senate majority — is cancelling $289,000 worth of broadcast-television advertising next week.
$289k of @MajorityPAC #Denver & #ColoradoSprings 10/14-10/20 broadcast CANCELLED #cosen #Sen2014 #SMGReports @CoryGardner @MarkUdall2014
An Early Red Flag for Republicans
As noted in today’s Jolt, if you look at this survey on voter contact#…#
Democrats also have modest but still notable leads in voter contact in North Carolina and Colorado, two states that look like must-wins for Democrats to hold …
Colorado’s ‘Hurt Feelings’ Exemption from the First Amendment
Just in case you need a refresher: Back in 2012, a baker in the Denver suburb of Lakewood was asked by a gay couple to make them a wedding cake — two years before gay marriage was even legalized in Colorado. …
Hey, Remember the EPA and That Hideous Yellow River?
Boy, the national media sure lost interest in the Environmental Protection Agency’s catastrophic spill of toxic wastewater from the Gold King Mine in Colorado on Aug. 5. Yes, portions of the affected rivers are reopened, but the spill is still impacting …
Down East and Out West, Part II
Editor’s Note: Yesterday, we began Jay Nordlinger’s latest journal, on points east and west: New Hampshire, Colorado, Seattle, and Alaska. The journal concludes today.
On the other side of the tracks in Colorado Springs, there is a bail-bonds …
Look Who’s Coddling Denver’s Social-Justice Jerks
‘All cops are bastards!”
“This is what white supremacy looks like!”
On a tranquil Sunday afternoon in Denver, hate-mongering zealots hijacked a rally held by citizens and families of fallen police officers, who had gathered to pay …
Colorado GOP Turns Out 61.1% of Its Registered Members, Democrats Turn Out 51.5%
A Colorado reader digests the latest early-voting numbers:
Dems had better get a huge turnout advantage on election day. If the election were based on the votes through yesterday afternoon, they would need to carry Independents by 65-35 to make …
Colorado Republicans Now Lead by 104,000 Votes
Happy November 1st, All Saints Day. The latest numbers from the Colorado secretary of state indicate that 371,190 registered Democrats have voted, 475,600 registered Republicans have voted, and 290,600 unaffiliated voters have voted.
That is a 104,410-vote advantage for Colorado Republicans, with more …
New Polling Shows GOP Lead in Arizona and Colorado AG Races
A new poll out in Arizona today shows Republican Mark Brnovich leading Democrat Felecia Rotellini 38.6 percent to 31.6 in the race for attorney general.
In Colorado, a newly released survey by the Democratic polling firm PPP shows Republican Cynthia Coffman with 14…
Colorado Newspapers Rip Udall’s One-Note Campaign
It’s not just the Denver Post editorial board that finds Senator Mark Udall’s relentless, ill-supported “war on women” argument unpersuasive and insulting.
Here’s the Colorado Springs Gazette editorial board:
Maybe Udall finally gets it. Few believe the …
‘Mark Udall and Barack Obama Golf Together . . .’
“Freedom Partners Action Fund” unveils a new ad hitting Senator Mark Udall; they’ll be spending $1.5 million to show this in Colorado:
Polling Shows AG Candidates Are Under the Radar
Many voters in Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, and Arizona still have no idea who their choice for attorney general will be come November.
Less than two months before Election Day, polling in each state shows anywhere between 20-28 percent of voters …