Archive for November, 2007

Listen Up!

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

For more on adverse possession, tune into iVoices to hear Property Rights Project Director Jessica Corry explain how the little known statute can be exploited. Also, Health Care Policy Center Director and 208 commission member Linda Gorman responds to the commission’s health care recommendations.

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Back by popular demand

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

The United States Supreme Court agreed to hear the case about the Washington D.C. handgun ban. Check out David Kopel’s latest article on the unpopularity of handgun prohibition. Also tune into iVoices for David’s analysis of the D.C. handgun ban and the legal challenge to it.

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Must see TV

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

What’s worse than eminent domain abuse? Adverse possession! A neighbor admits to trespassing on your land for years, land that you maintained and on which you paid property tax. Then the lawbreaking neighbor utilizes a little known statute called “adverse possession” and legally confiscates your property without any compensation.

Sound outrageous? To find out how two Boulder residents – an attorney and an ex-judge – utilized adverse possession to take their neighbors’ property, tune into Independent Thinking as host Jon Caldara discusses the Kirlin land grab case with Mountain States Legal Foundation President William Perry Pendley and Boulder businessman Bob Greenlee. That’s Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. on KBDI Channel 12, repeated the following Tuesday at 5 p.m.

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Geeks can be fun!

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

Check out this review of our trivia night. If you missed the first one, don’t worry we’ll have more. I couldn’t be more proud of II’s own team, The Cheaters. They totally ignored my advice and won! I work hard to surround myself with incredibly bright people in order to make me look brilliant.

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Taxpayer partnerships

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

Seems everybody these days has some kind of “partnership.” We have domestic partnerships and thanks to Governor Ritter we now have “employee partnerships.” What about a partnership with taxpayers? That’s the question that policy analyst Ben DeGrow asks in his opinion editorial, which appeared in the Rocky Mountain News Speakout section last weekend.

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The next Ann Coulter, but maybe a bit better looking

Posted by on Nov 28 2007 | Uncategorized

Our own Jessica Corry finds herself in the company of Newt Gingrich, Ann Coulter, Robert Novak and other writers who regularly contribute to Human Events. Check out her first column on the media’s reports of Colorado’s out-of-control hate crimes . For those male readers ready to start hitting on the “next Ann Coulter,” you should know Jessica is expecting her second child, rumored to be fathered by her husband Rob. But if the kid comes out bald with a beard, like the first kid…

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