May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
In a Denver Post Guest Commentary, Paul Hsieh, MD of Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine says: Suppose the government required everyone to purchase their meals from state-run restaurants. The government would also select the menu items. If you liked spinach but their vegetable choice was broccoli, then tough luck. Everyone would also have to […]READ MORE
Dr. Stephen Berman is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a a professor with the Dept. of Pediatrics in the CU School of Medicine. His commentary in the Denver Post (Sept. 23) so misrepresents Amendment 63 that I wonder if he’s even read it.READ MORE
Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Ken Buck has said that ObamaCare (HR 3590) is wrong. In Human Events, Sally Pipes of the Pacific Research Institute makes the case that “lawmakers need to scrap the measure in its entirety” and that “incremental revisions just won’t do.” Some excerpts: Incremental revisions just won’t do. This 2,400-page law […]READ MORE
If you’re looking for the latest drama in Colorado politics, or a accusations that Jane Norton is a liar, you have the wrong post. This post is about what Norton says about health care policy.
Jane Norton is seeking the Republican Party’s nomination to run for U.S. Senate this Fall. The Denver Post’s eidtorial board interviewed […]