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Corsi v Obama: Birther industry meets election industry 2011

Corsi v Obama: Birther industry meets election industry 2011

Righty activist author Jerome Corsi's latest anti-Obama book, "Where's the Birth Certificate?" is climbing the ranks at Amazon. It's now reportedly number 22 with a bullet. The Obama reelection campaign is using news of the book release to fundraise.

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May 19, 2011 Politics, Top Stories
Tea Party conference will be covered only by sympathetic media

Tea Party conference will be covered only by sympathetic media

And now we throw the floor open for softball questions! Dave Weigel again at the Washington Independent reports that the organizers of the National Tea […]...

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January 14, 2010 Blog, Politics
Sen. Schultheis: Immigration reform is ‘anti-American’

Sen. Schultheis: Immigration reform is ‘anti-American’

The GOP is doing its best to address the concerns of the state’s growing Latino population. Or not at all. State Senator Dave Schultheis, for […]...

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October 14, 2009 Blog, Politics
Far-right website gains influence in Obama era

Far-right website gains influence in Obama era

On April 12, the conservative Website WorldNetDaily published an expose on newly appointed White House “green czar” Van Jones that labeled the environmental activists “an admitted radical communist and black nationalist leader.” The story was based on reputable sources,...

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September 4, 2009 Center Well, Politics, Top Stories

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Colorado Earth Day 2018

On April 21st, thousands of Coloradans and a diverse collection of leaders will come together to celebrate Earth Day with the Sierra Club. Together, Coloradans […]

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How The Denver Post’s rebellion rippled across America

By now you’ve likely heard about The Denver Post’s multi-page editorial broadside at its hedge-fund owner. This week’s newsletter seeks to explain the local and national repercussions of […]

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