The Catholic Church has taken a more activist role in the immigration debate - which makes sense, given that the majority of Latino immigrants are Roman Catholic. Fran Quigley's done some fantastic work on the subject.
Morality aside, we hear from a local professor who dug into the economic impact of HJR 3:
"New regression analysis from a local sociology prof suggests that the economic performance of Great Lakes states with statutes or constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage lags behind those without restrictions."
Check the data here - it runs counter to the claims of those who insist that HJR 3 wouldn't hurt job growth in the Hoosier. There are caveats: the numbers are still be analyzed by statisticians.
Our old radio pal Darren McKee covers the Broncos for a Denver radio station. He also had the nads to ask Commissioner Roger Goddell if the Commish ever gets tested for weed.
Lydia Lunch will be reading Burroughs tomorrow night in B-Town. Kyle Long interviewed Lunch, then mixed the interview with some key tracks from Lunch. The results are astounding.
Our good friend (and former managing editor here at NUVO) penned some thoughts on sustainability and the Keystone XL Pipeline. Jim's always a thoughtful guy, and this piece is no exception.