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As Cancun talks begin, Coloradans demand U.S. lead on climate change

What would happen if the United Nations hosted a climate change conference and nobody came? Does an iceberg crumbling into the ocean make a...

Ellsberg calls Assange and Manning heroes, lets Clinton off hook

Blogger-troublemaker-muckraker and sometime L.A. radio host Brad Friedman Wednesday nabbed Daniel Ellsberg for an interview. Ellsberg, the Defense Department analyst who leaked the 1960s...

Personhood initiative only slightly more popular with Denver voters than space-alien...

Politics fanatics at lefty blogsite Colorado Pols running numbers in the wake of the election note that nearly as many Denver County residents voted...

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...

Maes as UN bike-plot champion gains supporters as well as detractors

"This is all very well-disguised, but it will be exposed," said GOP candidate for governor Dan Maes a couple of weeks ago, referring to...

Hick’s UN forces quietly ride bikes through unity event

DENVER--Yesterday, while Democrats searched for unity on the West steps of the capitol an unlikely invasion of what could have been perceived as United Nations forces quietly engaged in political subterfuge crept into the crowd of Democratic faithful. Mayor Hickenlooper's campaign staff, minus the Mayor, road in on bikes provided by Denver's corporate sponsored B-bike sharing program, a program Republican Gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes has asserted is part of a larger program of to "rein in American cities under a United Nations treaty."

Maes on MSNBC says bike sharing just ‘one piece of a...

Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes went on MSNBC Monday to explain his view that Denver’s bike-sharing program, B-Cycle, was part of a larger...

GOP proves ‘doping’ a term that applies in cycling and politics

Scott McInnis, unlike his GOP gubernatorial primary foe Dan Maes, apparently doesn’t think Denver residents are in danger of losing their personal freedoms as...

Dan Maes: Denver bike sharing first step toward UN domination

At a July 26 rally in Centennial, Republican candidate for governor Dan Maes warned the crowd that his opponent, John Hickenlooper, had enlisted Denver...

White House moving away from ‘war on drugs’

Quietly, free of headlines and fanfare, the Obama White House is toning down the bellicose “war-on-drugs” position that has defined U.S. narcotics policy for the last 25 years. In Vienna last week for the 53rd annual United Nations meeting on global drug policy, administration officials shifted from attacking drug use as a crime to be penalized and moved toward a strategy of tackling addiction as an illness to be treated, a number of health and human rights advocates who attended the event said.

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