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GenOpp out with a LOL-er anti-Udall ad

  Hehe. But seriously "Tech Support" is the funniest ad I've seen this election cycle from the Koch-funded millennials group Generation Opportunity. Granted the laugh-bar was set...

As climate protests dominate headlines, Gardner champions Keystone oil pipeline

  Colorado Congressman and candidate for U.S. Senate Cory Gardner delivered this week's Republican Party address. He is one of the swing-state candidates on whom...

“Pander” an app-based attack ad for #Millennials

  The Koch bros-funded young people's group Generation Opportunity is out with a new anti-Senator Mark Udall attack ad this week called "Pander." Riffing off the touch...

Wiretap: 100 years of demonizing the minimum wage, Koch style

All the scary stuff you hear about raising the minimum wage? We’ve been hearing the same stuff for a century and mostly it's wrong.

Littwin: So much money, so little speech

  This may be the year in which we finally say enough is enough. (Actually, it won't be. But if you buy the premise, you...

NextGen targets Gardner-Koch Brother ties

  Seizing upon conversations leaked to the media this week from a secretive Southern California fundraising retreat, environmental politics group NextGen Climate released a Web...

Climate change skeptics kick off ninth-annual conference

"We skeptics love the planet. We want to develop clean energy. We know there is no climate crisis. We know there is no reason to panic. Fossil fuels are not causing significant warming..."

Wiretap: Fracking bans are contagious

Waiting on state legislatures or Congress to stiffen oil-and-gas drilling rules is like waiting for Godot. Nothing happens.

Littwin: Because being uninsured is horrible

You've heard the numbers. You've seen the smiles. The axis has shifted, if just slightly. And the Obamacare narrative -- once all about the...

Conservation Voters take aim at Gardner with new ad

Another outside group steps into Colorado's hot U.S. Senate race featuring Sen. Mark Udall and Rep. Cory Gardner.