This article from National Review has a good report of how the process is accomplished and how the environmental concerns are addressed by the state agencies and drilling/production company. There is a lot of information here, and I encourage folks to read the whole article.
Added by W. Branstetter on March 14, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments
Since there are many events this week and folks want to limit e-mails, here is a list of many of the events for this week. There are others that may be added to the comments section of this blog post. If you have information please comment.
It is time to get involved with caucus training, legislation, and other events.
January 8, 2012 (5:00-8:00 p.m.) – Backbone Radio with Ross Kaminsky on radio 710 KNUS…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on January 8, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
This information might be helpful for teachers.
Added by W. Branstetter on November 19, 2011 at 7:02pm — No Comments
Arapahoe County had 17.2 percent population growth between 2000 and 2010 census years. There is a total population of 572,003. The county has five county commissioners and the boundaries have been redrawn to reflect 114,400 people per district. The complete news release outlines the rough boundaries and lists the commissioner and is available at:…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on September 27, 2011 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Liberty Watch Colorado now has their web site up. The newsletters from recent months are listed under the "Media" tab. The web site is still building but there are good informational categories.
The Liberty Watch Colorado group will be gearing up soon to review the next round of bills through the legislature. Some people might find it worthwhile to assist with the reading and…Continue
"Colorado Influencers" provides an interesting list of the people who were deemed to be very influential in Colorado politics. This article is worth a read to get acquainted with some of the people and their brief bios because the list covers the usual players and now a few of the new grassroots people.
Added by W. Branstetter on March 22, 2011 at 10:31pm — No Comments
Thank you, Cathy or whoever modified the format of the web page. It looks good.
I just saw this video from the National Republican Congressional Committee. Looks like it has potential, but what do you think? Is there any discussion?
Liberty Watch - Colorado started in January 2011 reviewing bills submitted to the Colorado legislature and posting comments for support or opposition on their Facebook page. They also send out a weekly e-mail newsletter on Sundays to update "news", "alerts", "legislative updates", and offer a guest commentary. This week's newsletter has a number of alerts and possible action items that folks should be aware of.
The commentary from Amy Oliver Cook [Greeley radio host at…Continue
Check out this poll. Looks like it just started.
Added by W. Branstetter on February 24, 2011 at 2:03pm — No Comments
This article has some interesting "facts" that may be of interest:
Added by W. Branstetter on February 17, 2011 at 2:16am — No Comments
Ken Clark (from Liberty Ink Journal) and Jason Worley have been dropping hints for several days that something was going to be announced Thursday, February 10, 2011, on the radio show they have been calling "Grassroots Radio" in recent weeks. Ken, Jason, and then Kelly Maher (from WhoSaidYouSaid.com) have had quite the selection of guests from the various liberty groups week days from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. while Crawford Broadcasting decided to fill the slot Jim Pfaff had…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on February 10, 2011 at 2:27am — No Comments
Colorado Tea Party Alliance (CoTPA), a coalition, met with some of the state legislators on January 6, 2011. A summary of some of the legislators thoughts are highlighted in the following link:
This recap is posted to extend awareness of projects that are ongoing. Some of the…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on January 20, 2011 at 2:13am — No Comments
Ari Armstrong has a blog "Free Colorado" and interviewed several people at Liberty on the Rocks sponsored gathering in December 2010.
Lu Busse is involved with the 9-12 Project and has been the coordinator for a majority of Colorado's liberty groups. In this interview Lu identifies the first focus of 2011 is with the legislative agenda, particularly a project "Colorado Legislative Defense" (COLD) team. She has other comments that may be of interest:…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on January 6, 2011 at 10:19pm — No Comments
Saturday, December 18, Hear Us Now, Gadsden Society, and others sponsored a panel discussion titled "Colorado Legislature and You." Jim Pfaff, radio host, was originally scheduled to moderate the panel but had a conflict and David K. Williams, President of the Colorado Libertarian Party, served as moderator [left side of panel]. State Senator Shawn Mitchell (R) [center position] and state Representative Joe Miklosi (D) [on right] discussed how the Colorado legislature functions,…Continue
Added by W. Branstetter on December 20, 2010 at 4:36pm — No Comments
A fun documentary to see is this movie "I Want Your Money" which incorporates old photos and film since the "The New Deal" to current with cartoon caricatures of the recent presidents (from Nixon forward) and select women (Hillary, Sarah Palin, and Nancy Pelosi). Comments from a number of people such as Andrew Breitbart, Star Parker, Governor Huckabee, and Steve Moore and others are interspersed to help explain the history. Of course it would not be complete without a focus…Continue
Check out this article posted in the Washington Examiner, titled "Philly requiring bloggers to pay $300 license," by Mark Hemingway. I hope this does not gain impetus around the country.…Continue