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Wiretap: Wary senators and Obamacare repeal; Mitch vs. Mitch; Meryl Streep...

A handful of Senate Republicans are openly questioning the repeal-and-delay tactic on Obamacare. The question is whether there are enough of them who will...

Benny Johnson: Still good at purveying bad information

Benny Johnson is the viral politics editor-digital director guy fired from BuzzFeed now at the National Review who has a knack for making meme...

Wiretap: Another botched execution

  It was another botched execution - this time in Arizona. It took nearly two hours for murderer Joseph Wood to die. As in the...

Wiretap: Gender pay gap real, needs addressing

The question isn't whether the pay gap exists, but why it exists and what it means.

Attorney Regulation Counsel exonerates McInnis in plagiarism case, indirectly castigates Denver...

Last year government watchdog group Colorado Ethics Watch asked the state's Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel to investigate charges that Colorado-licensed attorney and former Congressman Scott McInnis violated professional ethics when he reportedly plagiarized articles he was contracted to write for the Hasan Family Foundation. The plagiarism charges tanked McInnis's 2010 campaign for governor, but the Regulation Counsel found McInnis not guilty of either plagiarizing or misrepresenting his work to the foundation. The Counsel's report on the investigation released Friday fingers the Denver Post, which broke the plagiarism story, as the guilty party in the scandal, saying the paper's reporting was riddled with errors.

ProgressNow UN bicycle imperialists mock Maes, raise money

The race for governor of Colorado this year has given progressive activist group ProgressNow a mother lode of material. The group notably mocked plagiarist...

In advance of primary voting, McInnis asks for extension in ethics...

Colorado Ethics Watch filed a complaint last month asserting that GOP candidate for governor and Colorado licensed attorney Scott McInnis violated professional ethics rules when he plagiarized articles for which he was paid $300,000. The Colorado Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel took up the investigation in July and gave McInnis 20 days to file a defense (pdf). The deadline came and went last Wednesday.

McInnis still not talking about Hasan payment to Invest 2 corporation

Colorado Republican candidate for governor Scott McInnis and his staff have refused for weeks to discuss payments made to him for plagiarized water articles by the Hasan Family Foundation and why part of that money was diverted to Invest 2 corporation.

Hasans: McInnis trying to ‘wiggle out’ of repaying $300K for plagiarized...

Embattled Colorado Republican candidate for governor Scott McInnis has so far avoided making any arrangements to pay back to the influential conservative Hasan Family...

VIDEO: McInnis muses on his ‘intense background on business and water’

ColoradoBiz TV treats political observers to a perhaps unintentionally comic video of GOP candidate for governor Scott McInnis talking about his expertise on water...