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Where Have All the Protestors Gone?

It seems the Women in Black Silent Vigil For Peace (who I last observed observing something less than a moment of silence) have given up their first-Saturday protest outside Colorado Mills in Golden…

Lack of Enthusiasm

Did President Obama end the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and neglect to tell anyone (except the Women in Black, apparently)? 

(The local chapter appears to have folded.)

What Media Bias?

Rocky Mountain Right has video of a conversation between a group reporters at the DNC demonstrations in Denver, torn between covering the protest and joining in. In the end, the latter wins out for at least one reporter (and presumably the others continued to do the latter while pretending to do the former, chewing at the dilemma in their minds all the while).


Alex Jones harangues Michelle Malkin at the Mint ‘levitation’,  while the mob chants “Kill Michelle Malkin!”.

Amazing video from fellow PPC organizer El Presidente of Slapstick Politics. I was there, saw the commotion, and only realized after she had successfully escaped the situation who it was — she was surrounded by cameras and a group of large and angry moonbat men, making her invisible outside of the throng of hate.

Those Troofers have some problems, I think.

[update -- corrected the first sentence for accuracy. It was apparently a thug in the mob who started the chanting...Jones was just yelling at her.]

And So It Begins…

If you want an unfiltered look at the goings on at the DNC convention in Denver over the next week, here is your site: Peoples Press Collective:

According to recent news articles, the Democratic Party, its fundraisers, various lobbyist groups, and protesters have scheduled a full slate of events for the week that feature poker tournaments, dance parties, public nudity, and much more. These events will affect the lives of Denver locals whose concerns have escalated over time as they expect major traffic jams and fear potential violence and property damage.

With the click of a mouse, anyone can follow the excitement of the parties, parades, and protests from the comfort of their home computers by simply visiting, where the public can find live stream video, commentaries, and photo updates from the ground.

If all goes as expected downtown, PPC is set to become a very interesting site over the next few days.  We will have lists of events, video and photo coverage, blog commentary, and more as the mayhem in Denver unfolds.

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