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The Walking Dead Expert-Fans Weigh In on Episode 501, 'No Sanctuary'

This week The Walking Dead's fifth season "literally" exploded onto our screens and tvtag has teamed up with some of the most popular TWD experts to bring you all-things "No Sanctuary." Caution: Spoilers ahead if you have yet to watch the premiere. VB: Let's start with overall reactions. Show More Summary

Gardner Knew about Birth Control Ban, Says Pro-Personhood Group

Colorado Senatorial Candidate Cory Gardner withdrew his support from state personhood amendments because, he told The Denver Post's Lynn Bartels, he didn't understand that the measures would ban birth control. Everyone rolled their eyes...Show More Summary

What We Can Learn From the 188-Page Report on the Aurora Theater Shooting

This week an official report commissioned by the Aurora city government about the July 20, 2012 theater shooting was released. The report was the work of the System Planning Corporation, whose TriData Division conducts detailed reviews...Show More Summary

A Principle or an Abortion Ban?

Before his recent false claims that federal personhood legislation is "simply" a toothless statement of his belief in "life," Colorado senatorial candidate Cory Gardner's campaign told that the candidate backed personhood...Show More Summary

Gardner Hates Journalism, Unless He Benefits from It

Colorado senatorial candidate Cory Gardner, like much of the political right, sees himself has a victim of liberal media bias. On a day when he was endorsed by The Denver Post, and Gardner was tweeting about how "honored and humbled"...Show More Summary

7 Tips for Using Twitter Like a Pro

Twitter is one of the most powerful social media tools for entrepreneurs and businesses to utilize. It can deliver your brand's message quickly and directly to your specific audience. However, if you're not familiar with the 140-character...Show More Summary

Gardner's Chance to Learn About Bill He Co-Sponsored But Thinks Doesn't Exist

Colorado senatorial candidate Cory Gardner can learn about federal personhood legislation, which he falsely claims does not exist, when Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky visits Denver later this month. Paul, a likely GOP presidential contender,...Show More Summary

A Kitchy Kitchen Recipe: Strawberry Glazed Donuts

These are all about simplicity: barely pink strawberry glaze on top of fluffy, cakey buttermilk donuts. Feel free to switch out strawberries for any other berry, or even cherries. These are so delicious. STRAWBERRY GLAZED DONUTS INGREDIENTS...Show More Summary

Rewilding Our Hearts: Ecocide Is Suicide

We're killing a very tired and less resilient planet at alarming rates. It's common knowledge that we're losing species and habitats at an unprecedented rate in a geological epoch known as the "anthropocene" -- the age of humanity. While...Show More Summary

Bizarre Politics: Watch the Dodger then Hear the Truth

You hear about politicians dodging reporters, but this really takes it to a bizarre level. First, watch the video below of Republican senatorial candidate Cory Gardner telling three different reporters there's "no federal personhood bill" when, in fact, he's a co-sponsor if it. Show More Summary

Pregnant Women Beware

Opponents of Colorado's latest Personhood initiative, Amendment 67, claim, in media reports, that their measure isn't about banning abortion. Multiple reporters have pushed back, pointing out that the Personhood-USA-backed initiative...Show More Summary

Dean Baquet To High Priest Of New Media: Drop Dead

Bless me Father for I have sinned and it has been four months since my last tweet as the executive editor of The New York Times. Before that, it had been one day since my next-to-last tweet. Before that I managed no tweets at all, not...Show More Summary

Colorado's Health Exchange on Target to Meet Budget Goals

Connect for Health Colorado, our state's health insurance exchange, had its first anniversary as a marketplace last week. That's a milestone, but a more important milestone comes in 2015. That's when the marketplace must be financially...Show More Summary

Same-Sex Marriage and the Dangers of Dawdling

Yesterday, the Supreme Court decided not to decide any of the pending cases involving the constitutionality of laws denying same-sex couples the freedom to marry. In all of these cases, federal courts of appeals had held the challenged state laws unconstitutional. Show More Summary

Beauprez, Gardner, and the Personhood Mystery

Reporters looking for another source to counter senatorial candidate Cory Gardner's contention that "there is no federal personhood bill" can turn to Colorado's gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez, who cosponsored federal personhood...Show More Summary

Beauprez Says Jeffco Protests Aren't Really about Curriculum

In an interview on KOA 850-AM Tuesday, gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez sharply criticized Jeffco students and teachers who've been protesting against a proposed curriculum review, saying the conflict is "really" about merit pay,...Show More Summary

Empanadas and Women Don't Mix Well with Cory Gardner

Women gathered at Maria's Empanada Thursday to express their concerns about senatorial candidate Cory Gardner. After sampling the fare prepared by restaurant owner Lorena Cantorovici, four woman spoke to reporters about how Gardner's...Show More Summary

JeffCo Students Give an Impressive Lesson in Patriotism. Too Bad their School Board wasn't Listening

How disappointing that a majority of the Jefferson County School Board chose last night to disregard student protests and pass a curriculum review proposal designed to identify "objectionable materials" in high school curricula, starting with U.S. Show More Summary

Narrowing Provider Networks is All About Cutting Costs, but it Also Can Lead to Lower Premiums

Many Americans are learning about health insurance for the first time, and others are adapting to changes. One area that seems to be ever-changing is "networks," as in doctors and hospitals "in network" and "out of network." Insurance...Show More Summary

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