The Butterfield Effect – Taxes – and Media Ignorance

Seven years ago, I wrote about the “Butterfield Effect,” which is a term used to mock clueless journalists. A former reporter for the New York Times, Fox Butterfield, became a bit of a laughingstock in the 1990s for publishing a series of articles addressing the supposed quandary of how crime rates could be falling during […]

via The Continuing Revenge of the Laffer Curve — International Liberty

Colorado Tea Parties

Thanks to Rocky Mountain Right:

Denver :

West steps of the capitol
10:00 Volunteers arrive, Setup
11:00 Speaker Meet & Greet
11:00 Tea Bag Sign Up Begins,Send a pink slip to your officials,Join Hear US Now! sign up!
12:00 Greeting by MC Brian T Campbell, Sr
12:05 Pledge of Alegiance – Led by Brian T Campbell, Sr.
Guest Speakers: Gunny Bob, Tom Lucero, Jon Caldara, Mike Kopp, Rob McNealy, Josh Penry, Keith Peterson, Ken Buck

Colorado Springs :

We are meeting at Acacia Park (225 N Nevada) at noon. You’ll want to bring your own signs and at least one nonperishable food item to donate to Care & Share Foodbank. The theme of our rally is “Repeal the Pork, Cut Taxes” but anything that has to do with wasteful spending will get the message across.

Grand Junction :

April 15, 12:00pm – 1:30pm at 12th street and North Avenue. Aurora city councilman and likely U.S. Senate candidate Ryan Frazier will be keynoting.

Visit TaxDayTeaParty.com for a complete listing of planned events in the state.