Monthly Archives: December 2012

Head On TV whimsically looks back at 2012, ahead to 2013

As 2012 departs with undeserved job security for Buffs’ top brass, says John Andrews in the December round of Head On TV debates, 2013 may come in with bungee cords as Congress’s consolation prize to Americans headed over the fiscal cliff. Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s letter to Santa, adds Susan Barnes-Gelt, should request a new ethical compass — and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s secret wish for the New Year may be a 2014 run for governor. Continue reading

Introducing the new 1776 tie from Centennial Institute

Centennial Institute proudly announces our custom-designed silk print necktie for men and fashion scarf for women. The 1776 motif will start many a conversation about what you stand for.

The tie or scarf makes a great gift for yourself or others, at Christmas time or any time. $30 postpaid.

Talk about “making spirits bright.” Centennial’s 1776 neckwear is just the thing for a conservative morale boost as the battles of 2013 begin.

Order here. We’ll send your merchandise immediately.

Jeff Coors honored with Zebulon Pike leadership award

Centennial Institute honored Colorado businessman and philanthropist Jeffrey H. Coors with its annual accolade for contributions by a conservative, the Zebulon Pike Award for Colorado Leadership in Fidelity to Jeffersonian Principles, Tuesday evening at a Christmas reception in Denver. Continue reading