2010 Q1 FRO Media Output

 Posted by on 5 April 2010 at 1:00 pm  Activism
Apr 052010

For the first quarter of 2010, Front Range Objectivism (FRO) members continued their activism and publishing.

In particular, FRO members published the following at the regional and national level:

Articles: 2
OpEds: 22
LTEs: 11

Some of the topics covered include the business regulations, energy, environmentalism, health care, religion, education, and the “Amazon Tax”.

We should be on pace to equal or exceed our 2009 output of 3 articles, 57 OpEds, and 48 LTEs.

The majority of this writing was done by people working in their spare time, in addition to their day jobs.

This list does not include citations and interviews in local and national media (and one overseas publication!), participation in Tea Party events, letters to elected officials, postings to Facebook and Twitter, and blogging.

I’d like to thank my fellow FRO activists for their hard work during the first three months of 2010. If I have inadvertently omitted someone’s piece, please let me know so I can update this tally.

The detailed list of our published output includes the following:

Articles: 2

Ari Armstrong, “Review of ‘Capitalism Unbound: The Incontestable Moral Case for Individual Rights’ by Andrew Bernstein”, The Objective Standard, Spring 2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Government-Run Health Care vs. the Hippocratic Oath”, The Objective Standard, Spring 2010.

OpEds: 22

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “What Are Conservatives Trying To Conserve?”, Grand Junction Free Press, 1/4/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “Health Insurers’ ‘Sins’ Don’t Justify Reform”, PajamasMedia, 1/8/2010. (A version also appeared in the 1/24/2010 Boulder Daily Camera).

Paul Hsieh, “America Doesn’t Need a Health Insurance Czar”, PajamasMedia, 1/18/2010.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Candidates Should Giddy Up and Answer Our Survey”, Grand Junction Free Press, 1/18/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Brown’s Victory: The Declaration of Independents”, PajamasMedia, 1/21/2010.

Justin Blackman, “Giving Ground To The Left”, American Thinker, 1/26/2010.

Linda Gorman and Brian Schwartz, “Why We’re ‘Crazy’ About Health Care Choice”, Aurora Sentinel, 1/29/2010.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “At Least Dan Maes Answered the Questions”, Grand Junction Free Press, 2/1/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Polis and Health Care Reform”, Boulder Daily Camera, 2/4/2010.

Ari Armstrong, “Free Colorado’s Liquor Stores From Prohibition-era Rules”, Colorado Daily, 2/8/2010.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Seeking Substance in the Energy Debate”, Grand Junction Free Press, 2/15/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Government Grab of Retirement Accounts”, PajamasMedia, 2/22/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Republicans: Beware the Trap of ‘Limited’ Reforms”, PajamasMedia, 2/25/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Can the Moral ‘Narrative’ of ObamaCare Be Defeated?”, 3/4/2010.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Races for Governor, U.S. Senate Getting Heated”, Grand Junction Free Press, 3/5/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “What America Needs to Know What’s at Stake with Obama Care”, Gold Coast Chronicle, 3/15/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “ObamaCare vs. the Hippocratic Oath”, PajamasMedia, 3/18/2010.

Linn and Ari Armstrong, “Legislative Assault on Amazon Hurts Colorado Business”, Grand Junction Free Press, 3/19/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “Get Ready for Health Insurance Slumlords”, PajamasMedia, 3/21/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “ObamaCare: The Coming Battles”, PajamasMedia, 3/22/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “Turning Medicine Into Political Football”, Denver Post, 3/24/2010.

Paul Hsieh, “The Real ObamaCare Fraud”, PajamasMedia, 3/26/2010.

LTEs: 11

Gina Liggett, “Explaining the Nation’s Stark Political Divide”, Denver Post, 1/2/2010.

Ari Armstrong, “Why smoking ban shouldn’t apply on stage”, Denver Post, 1/11/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “Plastic Bags In Boulder”, Boulder Daily Camera, 1/16/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “The State of the Union”, Boulder Daily Camera, 1/30/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “RTD’s ‘FasTracks’ on the wrong track”, Boulder Daily Camera, 2/13/2010.

Darrell Hougen, “Solution to Health Care Costs”, Columbine Courier, 3/11/2010.

Diana Hsieh, “Amazon’s dropping of Colo. affiliates over tax law”, Denver Post, 3/12/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “Catholic school, lesbian parents, Harry Potter, & South Park” Boulder Daily Camera, 3/14/2010.

Richard Watts, “The transfer of taxpayers’ wealth, Denver Post, 3/18/2010.

Brian Schwartz, “ObamaCare is a scam”, Boulder Daily Camera, 3/27/2010.

Richard Watts, “Emergency-room costs don’t justify health bill”, Grand Junction Sentinel, 3/31/2010.

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