Each driver has one vote in the co-op but the year-end dividend isn’t divided equally among members. Communism it’s not.
Embed from Getty Images California billionaire and environmental activist Tom Steyer continues to spend heavily on research and...
Lewis-Palmer School District 38 officials are mum about the probability that a security breach related to its Infinite Campus platform...
In his hyperbolically titled article “The Train That Saved Denver,” Politico‘s Colin Woodard claims that the effects...
That is the beauty of an autobiography. You need only put in what you want to reveal. John Hickenlooper shows more of his human side than we see in most political memoirs.
Supposing you wanted to launch a new pizzeria, but pizzerias were licensed by the state and you couldn’t start one without first buying up the licenses issued to Domino’s or Blackjack. You’d be properly outraged, but they can get away with such stuff in the liquor game.
According to one of the nation’s top labor leaders, Steyer and the rest of the environmental left simply cannot be trusted.
Trouble is, McKibben’s views are so extreme they make other environmentalists cringe. “I think that to keep it in the ground is naïve, to say we could shift to 100 percent renewables is naïve,” Sally Jewell, President Obama’s Interior Secretary…
Research has shown that TIF doesn’t lead to new development, but rather subsidizes development would have taken place anyway.
The spending lobby likes to pretend that these changes are the result of demographics. They are not. Rather, they represent a calculated choice by lawmakers to expand social welfare programs.
There are now more unaffiliated voters than Republicans or Democrats…If this is a problem, it’s of their own making. There’s a simple solution: Affiliate!
Calling the provider charge a fee rather than a tax allowed the legislature to evade its constitutional duty.
If the anti-fracking ballot measures two years ago were “radical” and “extreme,” you’d better find some new adjectives to describe this year’s proposals.
Is this a better use of $100,000 in state money than fixing roads? Neither HCPF nor the Commission want your elected representatives to have the chance to decide.