Police are more likely to obey the letter of the law when their actions are recorded. Moreover, they are more protected against false accusations of excessive force and other abuses of authority.
If the American oil boom continues, this country will produce more oil than Saudi Arabia within the next six years.
State prosecutors, along with all others who care about fair elections, should thank Caldara for exposing problems with a new law that clearly undermines the integrity and fairness of elections.
Jon Stewart, meet your new best friend – Colorado’s Jon Caldara, enemy of voter suppression.
Supporters of this tax need to stop with the deception and lies. Voters shouldn’t even think to reward these sleaze tactics with a giant new tax.
Gov. Hickenlooper and legislators, get together and improve this law before November. Find a way to ensure that only bona fide residents get to vote in local elections.
District 11 voters will decide Sept. 10 whether Colorado Springs needs rule-by-proxy of New York’s controlling mayor.
The unconstitutional election law rushed through the Legislature by Senate President John Morse may facilitate supporters from outside his district in voting against the politician’s recall.
At this juncture, it’s hard to trust the stated purpose of the massive new tax proposal. Simply calling it an education tax won’t make it so. If they can’t prove it, prepare to vote “no.”
The gun should have provided Zimmerman with more rationale – not less – to avoid a non-essential conflict.