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DRN News: Monday, April 23, 2012
"Paltry sum of money"
available to settle Colorado wildfire lawsuits
Craig Silverman, legal analyst and KHOW-AM talk-show host, said the
Colorado legislature could decide to raise the limits for fire victims, but he doubted that would happen. "It sets a precedent that would be very
expensive to the state," Silverman ...
GOP Partisans Overwhelm Democrats
in Denver Media
Huffington Post (blog)
Freeland Denver Post columnists John Andrews and Mike Rosen (also on KOA); Michael Brown,
KOA; Ross Kaminsky, KOA; Jon Caldara, KHOW; Dan Caplis, KHOW; Steve Kelley, KNUS; Jimmy Sengenberger, KNUS. As for partisan Democrats in the Denver
Small businesses vie for
Denver Metro Chamber top honors this week
... banking at Colorado Business Bank and a judge for this year's Chamber
awards, shared details of the awards process during a recent taping of Business Unconventional, the weekly radio newsmagazine that airs Sunday
mornings on 710 KNUS AM in Denver.
Who Told TV Reporter That Republican Was
Pouting Over Abortion Amendment?
Huffington Post (blog)
"If I'm Eli Stokols and I'm a crack reporter, it's not that hard to get a
hold of the people," Grassroots Radio Colorado's Jason Worley told listeners Monday. "It took me ten seconds to figure out everything (Stokols) says
here (in Stokols' piece), ...
Border hawks warn Mitt
Romney not to soften immigration stance
Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.), a longtime anti-immigration activist, said he was
unsurprised that Romney seemed to be signaling a shift. "It should be expected with him," Tancredo told The Hill. "It's not as if he's a guy with a
deep philosophical commitment ...
How Obama plans to win
by Tom TancredoEmail |
Archive Tom Tancredo is the founder of the Rocky Mountain Foundation and founder and co-chairman of Team America PAC. He is also a former five-term
congressman and presidential candidate. Tancredo is the author of "In Mortal ...
greater ASSET in Colo. than educated workforce
Thanks to the demagoguery of Tom Tancredo, Colorado Republicans have
spent the past few years behaving in ways that were borderline xenophobic. However, state and national Republican leaders seem to be waking up to the
fact that the electorate is ...
Colson, Watergate Felon and Evangelical Leader, Dies at 80
Doug Coe of the Family, James Dobson, and Francis
Schaeffer - a Who's Who of Evangelicalism - would support Colson's new endeavor called Prison Fellowship, founded in 1976. According to Sharlet, with
Coe's help and "The Fellowship's" money, it was ...
RON PAUL WAS THERE ALL THE TIME
James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family encouraged former GOP speaker Newt Gingrich and FOX political analyst to go public with his adultery and
marriages in case he decided to run for President. Dobson, a psychologist, said the former ...
Contradiction at the intersection of religion and
The Seattle Times
Contrary to evidence in the United States, writes David Sirota, the intersection of religion and
politics doesn't have to be fraught with hypocrisy. Britain is a Christian-dominated country, and the Christian Bible is filled with liberal economic
Kickin' it: Broncos are much better
off with Manning under center
John Elway wants to get his mitts on the Lombardi Trophy again while franchise owner Pat
Bowlen is young enough to enjoy it. Wouldn't you also say the Broncos are more serious title contenders now than three months ago? Wait on running
Guthrie Solid in Rockies Rubber Game
Victory Over Brewers
As Jack Corrigan gleefully announced, he didn't close the door on the inning, "he slammed it!" Belisle
has yet to earn a run this season. And our faithful Rafael Betancourt recorded his 5th save, also with a perfect 1-2-3. Offensively, the Rockies were
Mehno: Want to
fire Bylsma now?
Beaver County Times
The other day on the radio pre-game show, he dropped a hissy, "If you guys were paying
attention" when Tim Neverett asked about starter Kevin Correia being in the bullpen. That followed an equally-snippy "You answered your own question"
to Bob Walk on ...
Woody Paige: Manning getting in
tune to be conductor, not composer
By Woody Paige Peyton Williams Manning directing an offense in the final quarter is
analogous to Arturo Toscanini conducting during the closing notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Peculiar gestures, attention to detail, awareness,
command, presence, ...
Broncos tried to trade for
I spent so much time from January all the way up until the Tracy Porter signing asking Woody Paige, Mike Klis,
and Jeff Legwald the possibilities of a DJ Williams for Asante Samuel trade in their mailbags and to their emails.
NFL Draft: Both RG3 and Mike Shanahan Have a Chip on Their Shoulder
ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth won one Super Bowl
as a member of the Washington Redskins in 1991, and he won two more rings with the Broncos in 1997 and 1998. The former All-Pro offensive lineman
played for two legends in Joe Gibbs and Mike Shanahan.
CSU Rams to display talents for
new coaching staff in spring game
By Terry Frei FORT COLLINS - The winners eat steak, the losers settle for beans. That
will be the menu division at Colorado State's team meal Sunday, the day after today's Green and Gold spring game at Hughes Stadium. "I want them to
compete," new CSU ...
Kiszla: Colorado's Henry Cejudo
loses at US Olympic Trials, announces retirement
By Mark Kiszla Henry Cejudo lost a 55-kilogram freestyle match against
Nick Simmons at the US Olympic Wrestling Team Trials on Sunday, April 22, 2012, in Iowa City, Iowa. Cejudo retired from the sport following the
Kiszla: Henry Cejudo loses at US
Trials, announces retirement
By Mark Kiszla Henry Cejudo lost a 55-kilogram freestyle match against Nick Simmons at the
US Olympic Wrestling Team Trials on Sunday, April 22, 2012, in Iowa City, Iowa. Cejudo retired from the sport following the match.
Kiszla: Wrestling gives
Olympic champion Rulon Gardner purpose
By Mark Kiszla Hang an Olympic medal around the neck of wrestler Rulon Gardner
and even the shiny gold can't hide the insecure fat kid inside. Gardner fell one double-bacon cheeseburger short of a storybook comeback. It tastes
Kiszla: Stars must shine
brightly for Rockies to succeed
By Mark Kiszla Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki throws out Milwaukee's Rickie Weeks in
the seventh inning at Miller Park on Friday night. (Jeffrey Phelps, Getty Images) MILWAUKEE - Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki wanted to talk football.
SiriusXM Offers Comprehensive NFL Draft
Mad Dog Radio (channel 86) will also cover the NFL Draft with live on-site broadcasts with hosts Chris 'Mad
Dog' Russo and Dino Costa. Russo will host his daily show, Mad Dog Unleashed, live from Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, April 26 (2:00 to ...
Arts and Entertainment News in Summit
Summit Daily News
Leslie Gorham Haseman, 64, longtime secretary and business associate of legendary concert promoter Barry
Fey, passed away April 17 in Denver from a stroke. Known as the loyal confidant of Fey for decades at his concert company, Feyline, Leslie became a
Levon Helm: An appreciation
close with Levon when I represented (concert promoter) Barry Fey when he and Bill Graham promoted The Band's 1974 tour with Bob Dylan," says Carter.
"I went on a lot of those dates, and Levon called for Arkansas red wine--and I brought it back ...