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5 Things to Know About Today's Denver Real Estate Market

What do you need to know about the Denver real estate market and why is my neighbor's house taking so long to sell? You thought it'd happen in a weekend, didn't you? It still might, but the Denver real estate market is unique and subject to things beyond the seasons. Show More Summary

Trumpkin vs. Crazy-Eyed Bat

The Arapahoe County Republican Party has apparently deleted a Facebook post by fellow Republican Elliot Fladen because it contained the term "Trumpkin." Trumpkin! Fladen commented on an article titled, "Trump University Court Documents...Show More Summary

Innocents

Orlando. Paris. San Bernardino. Charleston. Dallas. Nice. We live in an era when innocents suffer cruel, violent death. Is this our time's distinguishing badge? No. No human has ever lived in any other time. Following the death of 17...Show More Summary

Hickenlooper's Ride with Journalism

In his new autobiography, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper offers lots of kind thoughts about journalism, which has served him well, but he doesn't give the Rocky Mountain News the credit it deserves for launching his political career. If...Show More Summary

Fact Check: Gardner Opposes Comprehensive Immigration Reform

In an editorial this weekend holding out U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner as the model of the way forward for the Republican Party, The Denver Post claimed Gardner "supports comprehensive immigration reform." In fact, Gardner opposed a 2103 comprehensive...Show More Summary

Republican Senate Candidate Continues to Deny Global Warming

If you're still trying to understand Republican U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn, consider listening to the interview of Glenn that aired on Colorado Public Radio last month. It's one of the most illuminating interviews of Glenn of...Show More Summary

Woods Continues to Oppose Abortion, Even for Incest

State Sen. Laura Woods continues to differentiate herself from Colorado Republicans, like U.S. Senator Cory Gardner and Rep. Mike Coffman, who've tried to disavow their extreme anti-choice records--or dodge questions about abortion. Woods,...Show More Summary

Colorado Prospects Academy Competes At Reebok Mile High Showdown Basketball Tournament

This past Memorial day Basketball teams from several states came to Colorado participate in the The Reebok Series Eloy Mares Memorial Day Mile High Showdown, held at the Gold Crown Center. The series has been held in St. Louis for 15...Show More Summary

Trump's America Is Different Than Mine

I tried to watch Donald Trump's speech last night, but every time I switched over I heard language that evoked darkness, distrust and despair. One of the channels was carrying the horror movie Pumpkinhead, which is at least fiction. This...Show More Summary

Higgins Dodges Questions on Trump, Choice

What does it take to score national media coverage even before you decide to run for a northwest Denver state house seat? Try being the star of ABC's hit show, "The Bachelor." Bachelor star Ben Higgins has been stacking up the news coverage...Show More Summary

A Colorado Republican Leader's "Punk Ass Bitches"

In a Facebook post last week, Adams County (Colorado) Republican chair John Sampson called Black Lives Matter "Punk Ass Bitches," but in an interview later, he said he was only referring to those "who assault us, who burn, who loot,Show More Summary

Sarah Palin Speech "Spot On," Says State Senate Candidate Doty

Colorado state senate candidate Nancy Doty praised Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's recent speech in Colorado, calling it "just spot on" and "very, very good." Doty made the comments to KNUS 710-AM's Julie Hayden, who bumped into Doty at the...Show More Summary

Trump Campaign Has Yet to Start Organizing in Colorado

Colorado's Trump campaign is relying on the "robust operations" of the Colorado Republican Party to mobilize Trump voters, including "many new people" who are drawn to Trump but are not yet in the campaign databases. "Because DonaldShow More Summary

19 Ways to Celebrate Denver Days with Your Neighbors

Did you know that Denver Days are coming up? From July 30 to August 7 Denverites are encouraged to get to know their neighbors better. I love this program because it combines two of my favorite things to talk and write about: DenverShow More Summary

These Colorado Teens Help Pit Bulls Get Adopted

One of the best things about being a pet writer is the chance to meet the amazing people who work in animal rescue, like two teens named Morgan Wells and Wyllow Hildner. They like to say, "You're never too young to change the world,"...Show More Summary

Journalist Calls on GOP Donor Mizel to Reveal Whether He Owns Newspaper

Colorado journalist David O. Williams has a great post on RealVail.com, based on his decades of newspaper-industry experience up there, beautifully illustrating the manipulative (and weird) behavior of anonymous newspaper owners. Williams...Show More Summary

Colorado Republicans Linked to Anti-LGBT Group Funded by Anschutz Foundation

In a report released last week, Freedom for All Americans, which aims to "secure full nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people nationwide," documents, among other things, a trail of cash leading from Colorado billionaire Phil Anschutz to 1) Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a national anti-LGBT group, to 2) anti-LGBT extremists like former Rep. Show More Summary

Congressman's Quote About His Marriage Disappears

Of all the crazy stories we heard last summer about the GOP efforts to depose Colorado Republican Party Chair Steve House, this snippet from the Washington Post's Ben Terris was perhaps the most shocking. ... House arrived the night of June 15 to find himself outnumbered -- and on the defensive. Show More Summary

Republican Who Campared Obama to Chimp Resigns

Linda Sorenson took the advice of Delta County (Colorado) Sheriff Fred McKee and resigned last week as chair of the Delta County Republican Party. Sorenson has been embattled since last month when she shared a Facebook meme, first reported...Show More Summary

Beluga Whales Deeply Suffer At The Vancouver Aquarium, Experts Agree

It's not Happening at the Zoo There is so much happening in the study of animal behavior, cognition, and emotions that it is almost impossible to keep updated about the latest research and books and essays that are published on these topics. Show More Summary

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