PowerTalk with Gary Shaprio, President & CEO of The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)
In this brand-new PowerTalk interview series, I’ll take you inside today’s hottest companies, interviewing top management about how their business is going and what’s on the horizon for their companies. Plus, I’ll connect you with industry experts who will explain exactly what’s happening with today’s hottest trends — giving you the confidence to know when and where to invest your money. This week’s PowerTalk interview is | Read More »
Who’s Doing More for Economic Growth: Barack Obama or George Bush?
Today the White House patted itself on the back for an economic ‘stimulus’ which they claim is proving incredibly effective at restoring economic growth: Estimates of the impact of the ARRA made by comparing actual economic performance to the predictions of a plausible, statistical baseline suggest that the Recovery Act added roughly 2.3 percentage points to real GDP growth in the second quarter and is | Read More »
Colorado Education Association Cooks The Books
H/T to Mount Virtus During the 2004 Colorado Senate (14th District) election campaign, the Colorado Education Association (CEA) and the Poudre, Colorado Education Association (PEA) gave material assistance to the Bob Bacon (D-Fort Collins) campaign. This assistance included using staff for mailings and emails to union members, and recruiting members and non-members for campaign volunteer work. Colorado law, like that in many other states, prohibits | Read More »
Matt Fries for Colorado State Senate (CO-14)
Matt Fries is running as the Republican challenger for the Colorado State Senate seat in District 14 against incumbent Bob Bacon. Fries previously ran for a seat on the Fort Collins City Council where he was narrowly defeated by progressive Lisa Poppaw. Matt Fries is a grew up in Fort Collins, is a graduate of Fort Collins High School, after which he became the General | Read More »