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Kopel: FBI hate-crime stats in Mayor Hickenlooper's Denver

Post by davidkopel on November 1st, 2010 | John Hickenlooper, Kopel, Recent Videos
Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper's 2009 comments about "backwards thinking" in the rural West have become an issue in the Colorado governor's race. David Kopel writes that the FBI data for Colorado seem to indicate that the "backwards thinking" that leads to...

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Kopel: “Ronald Reagan, Extremist Collaborator”

Post by davidkopel on October 29th, 2010 | Kopel, Recent Videos
This year, there is scarcely a Republican running in a competitive race who has not been called “an extremist” by his or her opponent, and the opponent’s allies. Ronald Reagan was targeted with the charge of extremism in his 1966...

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Kopel: Media drove the Maes bike story, but parked for Hickenlooper

Post by davidkopel on October 24th, 2010 | John Hickenlooper, Kopel, Recent Videos
Both Republican Dan Maes and Democrat John Hickenlooper in the governor's race have made remarks about transportation policy that are far out of line with mainstream Colorado beliefs, writes David Kopel. The media have reported the remarks by Maes repeatedly,...

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Kopel: Time.com corrects report on Betsy Markey's health-care vote

Post by davidkopel on October 18th, 2010 | Kopel, Recent Videos
An Oct. 7 Time.com story on Colorado's 4th Congressional District initially reported that U.S. Rep. Betsy Markey, D-Colo., had voted against health-care reform. Actually, she voted against it before she voted for it, reports Dave Kopel. In the video at...

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Kopel: Denver Post erred in covering reckless charges against U.S. Chamber

Post by davidkopel on October 16th, 2010 | Kopel, Recent Videos
The Denver Post made a serious error in news judgment by devoting a sizable story on the cover of its Oct. 9 "Denver & The West" section to an unsubstantiated smear of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and its role...

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Kopel: Ad targeting Buck misfires

Post by davidkopel on October 7th, 2010 | Kopel, Recent Videos
An out-of-state organization is spending $750,000 for a highly misleading commercial against Ken Buck, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Colorado, writes David Kopel. The commercial presents a distorted tale of Buck’s role in standing up against the political...

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Kopel: Bloomberg, Bennet and gun control

Post by davidkopel on October 4th, 2010 | Diana DeGette, John Hickenlooper, Kopel, Michael Bennet, Recent Videos
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has endorsed U.S. Senate Michael Bennet, D-Colo., who happens to be the only Senate co-sponsor, between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean, of Senate Bill 843. Commentator David Kopel examines the ramifications of...

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Kopel: Which pollsters are most accurate?

Post by davidkopel on October 2nd, 2010 | John Hickenlooper, Kopel, Michael Bennet, Recent Videos
There’s no shortage of political polls a month out from the election. Which ones have the most credibility? Commentator David Kopel breaks it down for you - and suggests that political journalists include a brief mention of a pollster's track...

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