- March 21, 2017
In Colorado, recidivism is defined as “a return to prison for either new criminal activity or technical violation of parole, probation or non-departmental community placement within three years of release.” Recidivism is also a major factor in the decades worth of massive growth in the state’s prison population that taxpayers are obligated to pay for.READ MORE
In 2004, Coloradans overwhelmingly passed Amendment 35, a tobacco tax that helps expand state-funded health care for the working poor, the uninsured and children.
Amendment 35 also funds professional busybodies who use tax dollars to try and get people to quit smoking.READ MORE
August 21st and 25th – Downzoning Denver Why do the Denver city central planners hate senior fellow Mike Krause’s property rights so much they want to downzone his entire Berkeley neighborhood — so that no one can ever add value to their property through redevelopment? For answers to that question and more tune in toREAD MORE
Run Time: 0:11:55 MP3 8/20/08 Amy Oliver and senior fellow Mike Krause discuss the complete farce the so called “green” Olympics have been in Beijing. Not to mention the tremendous human rights violations China has perpetrated that has been curiously overlooked. What kinds of rights violating policies did China implement to prepare for the gamesREAD MORE