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A Newspaper Shouldn't Be a Cheerleader for a Politician

"Good for Mike Coffman." That's the first line of an August Denver Post editorial, and, as it turns out, an excellent summation of the The Post editorial page's singular stance toward Coffman over many years. I just finished reviewing...Show More Summary

"The Most Important Race You're Not Watching"

If you're paying attention to politics in Colorado, you know that few people have any clue about the most important political contest here: the state senate race in Arvada/Westminster, where Republican Laura Woods is battling Democrat...Show More Summary

Backfire: Ousted Jeffco School Board Member Endorses Woods

Last year's recall of Jefferson County school board member Julie Williams is widely considered a huge factor in this year's Arvada/Westminster state senate race that will likely determine whether Republicans retain control of the state...Show More Summary

GOP Leader Should Welcome Transgender Men Who Breastfeed their Children

In a Facebook post last week, Colorado Republican Party Vice Chair Derrick Wilburn inadvertently sums up what Republicans have to do on social issues, if they expect to be a serious political force in Colorado in the future. "You have...Show More Summary

Coffman Still Opposed to Dual-Language Ballots?

The Colorado Independent's Corey Hutchins took a risk last week and tried figure out U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman's stance on a very specific immigration issue. If you're a reporter, you know that's going to cause a serious headache before you start, because it's so hard to sort out where Coffman stands on any specific immigration-related bill or proposal. Show More Summary

The First and Last Word in Money: How Bitcoin is more like Ancient Sumer than the Federal Reserve

The newest forms of money - bleeding edge, blockchain-based cryptocurrencies - look a lot more like the oldest forms than anything that appeared in the meantime.  Over the millennia money has taken many different forms. For seven thousand...Show More Summary

Evaluating Trump's Immigration Plan: Facts To Bring Down A Wall Of Fiction

In the past few weeks, Donald Trump's zig-zags on his immigration positions have been dizzying for the public. Because of his unconventional presidential campaign style, he has managed, thus far, to avoid the usual scrutiny and analysis that all candidates normally face. Show More Summary

Coffman's Recycled Immigration Fakery

Reporters shouldn't be fooled by Rep. Mike Coffman's recycled attempts to paint his Democratic challenger Morgan Carroll as anti-immigrant. Coffman tried the same tactic in 2014 and failed. The point needs to be made in light of the Coffman's campaign recent tweet that Carroll "supported [former Rep. Show More Summary

Top 10 New Books On My Nightstand as a Business Owner

You would think as an entrepreneur and new parent that I would have no time for reading, but I'm working on catching up with Warren Buffet who reads thousands of pages a day. While I'm not there yet, I do like to read all types of books...Show More Summary

How Trump Infects Colorado

If Colorado reporters want a local window into where Donald Trump is aiming with his speech last night, bashing undocumented immigrants, they should connect with Otero County Colorado Republican Chair Judy Rydberg Reyher, who apparently...Show More Summary

Does Doty's Enthusiasm for Palin Relate to Her Backwards Worldview?

I've been trying to convince journalists to find out why state senate candidate Nancy Doty thinks Sarah Palin gave a "Spot on" speech in Denver, in which the former Alaska governor raved about Donald Trump. (Here's a funny video to emphasize...Show More Summary

A Republican Candidate's "Hillary Meal Deal"

I called Raymond Garcia, a Republican candidate for Colorado state house, after I saw a couple memes he posted for his Facebook friends. One depicts an image of Hillary Clinton on a bucket of "HRC" Kentucky Fried Chicken with the text, "Hillary...Show More Summary

Ken Buck's Endorsement of Trump Says a Lot About Ken Buck

Ken Buck called Donald Trump a "fraud" and said that "Trump's proposal (to ban all Muslims) violates the Constitution, the values of our nation, the Republican Party platform, and my conscience." That was in December. Mr. Buck was correct. But...Show More Summary

Congressman Who Called Trump a "Fraud" Now Says He'll Vote for Him

After once calling Donald Trump a "fraud," and then remaining silent on the GOP presidential nominee for months, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck has now thrown his endorsment to the celebrity mogul. "What we have to do as Republicans, in my view,...Show More Summary

Tancredo Eventually Decides Against Democrat Morgan Carroll

At this point, nothing about Tom Tancredo should surprise me, but surprised I was when he said Saturday he'd vote for Democratic State Sen. Morgan Carroll over Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman. After Tancredo lashed into Coffman for...Show More Summary

My Dream City: A Young Person's Model for Bold Social Justice

Anna Safronova pictured above at the Unreasonable Institute accelerator One of the major advantages of global study and travel is that we get a perspective on opportunities we may observe more clearly in a foreign land. When Anna Safronova,...Show More Summary

Tancredo on Coffman: "What a Waste!"

A couple weeks ago, former Rep. Tom Tancredo skewered Rep. Mike Coffman in his weekly Breitbart column, writing the "only thing authentic about [Coffman]vis his passionate desire to keep that House Member pin on his lapel." In a subsequent...Show More Summary

Does 'The Bern' Still Have Heat? Colorado 69 Is Thermometer

Weary. A nice, tired word that describes how most folks I know feel about the current Presidential election cycle. Weary, of Trump, tired of the coverage and weary of being tired of it all. So for people who like politics, or are at least concerned about what is going to happen in November, which should be all of us, what's to do? Look down ballot. Show More Summary

Candidate TV Interviews On Tap for Colorado

Denver-based TV journalist Aaron Harber will produce an extensive series of TV interview shows, called Your Decision 2016, focusing on Colorado election races, ballot initiatives, and related issues beginning no later than Sept. 25 and ending Nov. Show More Summary

My Journey To Embracing My Curly Dominican Hair

A photo posted by SunKissAlba (@sunkissalba) on Feb 23, 2016 at 1:28pm PST My natural hair journey began in 2011, about a year after starting SunKissAlba, my YouTube channel. This is when I noticed the severe change and damage I've caused on my curls after years of mistreating them and not appreciating the beauty they possessed. Show More Summary

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