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Al Gore takes inspiration to a new depth

"More than at any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly."

So wrote Woody Allen in his satire, "My speech to the graduates."

Well, it turns out that three decades later Al Gore has done him one worse, for real, in the version below of Gore's recent address to a University of Tennessee graduating class...

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Interior Sec. Salazar: change (of underwear) you can believe in

The Wall Street Journal published an item about U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar oversharing at a House committee hearing on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Of course we had to find - AND ANNOTATE - the video...

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The Obama Jobs Package - for Andrew Romanoff

Democratic primary "voters in Arkansas and Pennsylvania sent a loud and clear message to the U.S. Senate and we should, too," U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff told the Colorado Democratic Party state assembly, where he won top line on the primary ballot. "The message to our own party is this: stiffen your spine or step out of the way."

Romanoff should take his own advice and disclose everything he knows about a purported job inquiry made to him last year (reported by The Denver Post) that could have kept him out of the primary against White House pet U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet.

If it's smoke and no fire, Romanoff can clear the air now. If it's more than that, Romanoff should tell all and let the chips fall where they may. And if he doesn't tell all, and wins the August primary, he and the White House can expect a BARRAGE like the one descending on U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak, the party's Senate nominee in Pennsylvania.

[Post updated 5/27/10]

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Questioning Colorado's "green economy" bias

Colorado Rep. Amy Stephens, R-Monument, teed off on the Democrats' "green economy" agenda during a post-legislative session discussion on Monday at the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University.

"With all due respect on energy issues, I've seen economy, green this, green that, green-eyed whatever, green job training, green whatever, you name it," said Stephens. "I could probably add about 30 things that were stuck in bills this year to give the 'green economy' every break in the book rather than oil-and-gas, or other people who are creating tons of jobs."

State Sen. Betty Boyd, D-Lakewood, and Rep. Mark Ferrandino, D-Denver, spoke before Stephens, who was followed by Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry, R-Grand Junction.

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"There ain't no easy way out" for U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette

She tells Colorado Democrats she's got a new song...

"I don't know if you just heard my new song," she said at the party's state assembly on Saturday. "'You can stand me up at the gates of hell but I won't back down.'"

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Who Said? They Said! And our iPad winner

Check out some of our friends at the 2010 Colorado Republican State Assembly, held in Loveland on Saturday...

WhoSaidYouSaid had a table there where we took entries to win an Apple iPad. We promised we'd post the drawing, done Sunday night, via video. Congratulations, Wanda!

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Betsy Markey's "hopey changey" impersonation of Sarah Palin

Among U.S. Rep. Betsy Markey of Colorado, Barack Obama when he was running for president, and Sarah Palin, who REALLY has the hope and change thing down? Let's go to the video...

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