Tune in to my show Devil’s Advocate as our senior education policy analyst Ben DeGrow highlights the upcoming December 15 deadline for Colorado Education Association members to request up to $63 in Every Member Option political refunds. The episode featured a showing of the 45-second Schoolhouse Rock-style animated video explaining the refund option.
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Just in case you missed my TV show last Friday before the big 3-day weekend, below are the two segments.
First I chatted with author and lawyer Perry Pendley from Mountain States Legal Foundation about his new book about Ronald Reagan and environmentalism.
Then I sat down with Lisa Ritland from Colorado Public Interest Research Group (COPIRG) to discuss one issue where we both agree 100%: ending corporate welfare.
The John Morse campaign released an attack video saying I misrepresented his “sickness in our souls” insult of gun owners on my TV show “Devil’s Advocate”. Who knew he even watched?
Anyway, here is my response. Please pass it around to anyone you think might be interested.
To showcase just how diverse my TV show Devils Advocate is, this past Friday I had resident constitutional scholar Rob Natelson on and acclaimed performance poet Shawn Welcome on for 15 minutes each. Below you’ll find the shows:
Last Friday, I was joined by attorney and former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives Terrance Carroll and Derrick Wilburn from American Conservatives of Color for a discussion of race, Trayvon Martin, and the George Zimmerman trial verdict.
Friday night means public affairs TV with the Independence Institute on Colorado Public Television 12. First at 8:00, catch Executive Vice President Amy Oliver on Colorado Inside Out. Then stay tuned for Devil’s Advocate at 8:30 as I am joined by attorney and former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives Terrance Carroll and Derrick Wilburn from American Conservatives of Color for a discussion about race, Trayvon Martin and the George Zimmerman trial verdict. That starts tonight at 8:00 on CPT12.
I just had two extremely smart women on my TV show to talk about education issues in Colorado. First up was our Education Policy Center director Pam Benigno. She schooled me on tax credits for K-12 education. Apparently, there are is a special tax credit that helps disadvantaged students get a better education.
Next up was Krista Kafer. She schooled me on the rise of blended learning – which is just a fancy way of saying, “using modern technology in and out of the classroom.”
The legislative session ended and we’re supposed to be in the political off season. But in reality, there is no political off season. Especially on my TV show, Devils Advocate. In case you missed this recent episode where I discuss political happenings during the “downtime” with Fox31′s Eli Stokols and Tim Hoover of the Denver Post, check it out here:
First up, Dave Kopel joins me to talk about the latest with our lawsuit against the new anti-gun bills signed by Hick.
Then Scott Gessler joins me to discuss the silly mail-in ballot law.