Guess Senator Reid changing the filibuster rules really does matter. Not sure the old DC Circuit would have ruled the same way
Embed from Getty Images Recent Colorado wildfires are putting a new spotlight on the Obama administration’s environmental agenda...
Colorado has never seen an advertising and public relations campaign like it: Trying to stop an initiative before it gets to the ballot. The...
Special interests and their cronies in government really hate it when voters mess with their sweetheart deals. We are seeing this play...
Starting now, we can begin to move the investment risk back where it lies for the rest of us: to the employee.
During their 90-minute conversation, Silverthorn and Reynolds again suggested a school-wide assembly to reach more students and have a productive exchange of ideas. Davis refused.
“We must be scrupulous, always scrupulous, in our protection of the rights of those who disagree with us.”
If the anti-energy agenda becomes the law of the land in Colorado, the damage to the energy sector will just be the beginning. A new report shows every business and every household will feel the impacts and the entire state economy will struggle.
Taxpayers, parents, and policymakers deserve to know how money is being used in Colorado schools—and how much of that money is making its way to classrooms.
A crackdown in the name of climate change can soon expand “to a whole host of issues,” warns the Mountain States Legal Foundation. “What issue will some other attorney general decide is an abuse of your First Amendment rights that needs to be punished or restrained?”
The conflict between the planning vision and what people wanted is the real “trap” cities fell into in the last century.
California billionaire Tom Steyer boosts spending, gives to Democrats in battle for state legislature
Steyer has boosted his field spending in Colorado and made personal contributions to Democrats in key state legislative races.
Darryl Glenn’s victory in the Republican Senate primary validates some satisfying old political truths in Colorado, such as: — The caucus system makes it possible for qualified but underfunded candidates to get ahead. — Political virginity may be advertised as a virtue but voters prefer office-seekers with at least slightly rounded heels. — Wealthy businessmen with political ambitions who want […]
I am both astonished at and disappointed by what is happening at my alma mater the University of Northern Colorado. It appears UNC leadership has decided that so-called “tolerance and diversity” is justification for intolerance and intimidation. I am referring to the recent poster campaign, your chilling “Bias Response Team,” and your willingness to censor free speech on campus.