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Why is one suspect a Colorado Mom but the other not an Ohio Dad?

Jamie Paulin-Ramirez, accused by the U.S. government of involvement in a conspiracy to engage in terrorist attacks, is being repeatedly referred to in news reports as a “Colorado Mom” and also as a “Colorado Mother.”

Kristopher Sickles, accused by the U.S. government of involvement in a conspiracy to engage in terrorist attacks, has not once […]

Catholic Schools Try To Regulate Parents’ Personal Lives

if you’re a child living in Boulder, and one of your parents speaks out in favor of divorce in public, you’re not allowed at the Sacred Heart of Jesus School. If you speak out in public in favor of contraception, your child cannot attend the Sacred Heart of Jesus School. […]

The Crazed Satanic Crime Wave of Colorado Springs, 6/6/06

Sometimes it’s important to follow up on past news items, and sometimes it’s just fun. You decide which applies here. Back in June of 2006, police officials across Colorado reported that a concern that on June 6, a Satanic crime wave might crash across the state. Why? Well, just look at the date — 6/6/2006 […]

Homeland Security Brags About Domestic Surveillance Used During 2008 DNC

Through its “Fusion Center” program, the military and civilian wings of the United States government have been disseminating classified information on Americans collected through warrantless wiretapping programs to state officials, local sheriffs, town and county governing bodies and various private corporations. In turn, these local officials and private corporations have been amassing their own data […]

Will Obama Stop Bush Oil Leases?

Will Barack Obama stop the leases to big oil on these public lands, or will he just allow Bush to have his way, and wreck more of our nation’s natural resources? […]

Amy White Catalogues Pro-Choice Reasons to be Happy About Election 2008

On the night of November 12, Ohio University Assistant Professor of Philosophy Amy White appeared before a meeting of the ACLU in Columbus, Ohio to deliver an assessment of the results of the election of 2008. Like most observers, White discussed the implications of the presidential race, but then very quickly turned local. My transcription […]