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24 Aug 2010 20:42


10 Aug 2010 23:25


U.S.: Democratic primaries: One guy holds on, another gets an upset

Obama-backed Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet held on after a challenge within his own party. Someone did score an upset, though. Not Bennet’s cute daughter, though. source

02 Aug 2010 11:17


Politics: 2010 elections: Is Andrew Romanoff ready to upset in Colorado?

  • 48%
    Romanoff’s polling in the Colorado Senate Democratic primary
  • 45% incumbent Sen. Michael Bennet’s current poll number
  • 7% the percentage of people that could make or break Bennet’s day source

29 Nov 2009 11:06


12 Aug 2009 11:16


Politics: Ooh, burn: Congressman compares town hall protesters to the KKK

  • Well, the last time I had to confront something like this was when I voted for the civil rights bill and my opponent voted against it. At that time, we had a lot of Ku Klux Klan folks and white supremacists and folks in white sheets and other things running around causing trouble.
  • Democratic Rep. John Dingell, the longest-serving member of the House of Representatives • Talking about the protests that have cropped up at town halls across the country, including in his own district. One man notably said to Dingell, “your healthcare plan is going to take healthcare away from my son and kill him!” Whew. Can’t we all just get along? As much as Dingell has a point, he’s clouding that point by saying something designed to anger the other side. • source

27 Feb 2009 10:09


Tech: Facebook makes changes to seem less evil, more open

  • The past week reminded us that users feel a real sense of ownership over Facebook itself, not just the information they share.
  • Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg • On implementing a democratic process for people to discuss changes to the site’s policy. If enough response is created, the site will put changes up to a vote. Beats dramabombs. • source