Elections

Hats in ring, gubernatorial candidates debate

Hats in ring, gubernatorial candidates debate

Seven gubernatorial candidates made a play to stand out on Nov. 12 at St. Cajetan’s event center. A mix of businessmen, former politicians and civil servants debated Colorado politics during the three hour debate. The debate was hosted by a coalition of 13 different non profit and activist groups such as Together We Will Colorado […]

The Daily Met – 11.14.16

Randy Sutton is the national spokesman for Blue Lives Matter, a title and job that he seems to have given himself. Sutton and his friends believe the vast majority of cop shootings are caused by bad training, not racism, and Sutton’s podcast listeners tend to agree. – Vice Voters upset that Republican Donald Trump had […]

The Daily Met – 11.4.16

The Daily Met – 11.4.16

When I stopped into Dunkin Donuts yesterday, I was greeted by a terrible surprise when the cashier handed me my hot chocolate in their new holiday cup. There was no Christmas motif, no red and green, and not a seasonal snowflake to be found. It was just the Dunkin Donuts logo and a picture of […]

The Daily Met – 10.10.16

The Daily Met – 10.10.16

We discuss the train wreck of the century. Americans are going back to work, do you think it has something to do with rising wages? A US Navy destroyer has been targeted in a failed missile attack from territory in Yemen controlled by Houthi rebels. We discuss the benefits of medicating pets with cannabis, specifically […]

The Daily Met – 10.7.16

The Daily Met – 10.7.16

We discuss our members experiences with hurricanes. A racist segment? From Fox News? The gang wasn’t too surprised. Apparently speaking a foreign language justifies getting kicked off a plane. Join the gang as we talk about the ignorance and fear plaguing America. A bloggers quirky recipe blew up overnight, could you handle a slice of […]

The Daily Met – 9.12.16

The Daily Met – 9.12.16

We discuss the stigmatization of Marijuana. The gang talks about a recent trend of governments allowing vigilante justice by not prosecuting the murder of innocent people. We discuss the habits of our politicians. We discuss a recent court case that validates public masturbation in Italy.

Clinton rallies Colorado support

Clinton rallies Colorado support

Hillary Clinton made her first campaign stop in the Mile-High City, Nov. 24, meeting with supporters and sharing her stance on key issues. Following a morning rally in Boulder, Clinton came to Denver for a second rally held at Manual High School. The school boasts a history of having students who have gone on to […]

Candidates square off at MSU Denver on disability

Candidates square off at MSU Denver on disability

MSU Denver hosted Gov. John Hickenlooper and his challenger in the upcoming election, former U.S. Rep. Bob Beauprez, for a forum Sept. 26 concerning housing, employment and Medicaid for disabled people. According to the Denver Post, more than 550,000 Coloradans have a disability, and 1.1 million of their family members live here as well. The […]

Student Court preliminarily rules not to uphold Election Commission’s disqualification of Washington and Hirsbrunner

The clip above is from an in-studio interview with Jeffrey Washington on April 27, 2012. Since then, Mr. Washington and his running mate, Scott Hirsbrunner, have been re-instated after disqualification concerning campaign violations for the Metro State Student Government Assembly. UPDATE: The results from Student Government Assembly’s elections seem to be no longer in question. After […]