Archives for: "June 2015"

Concluding Colorado's GOP Chaos (I Hope)

To my readers, acquaintances and friends who are involved with Colorado Republican politics, whether as participants or spectators: The last couple of weeks have seen the Colorado Republican Party organize the most remarkable circular firing squad I’ve… more »

Colorado Republican Chaos

Colorado Republicans have a remarkable way of screwing up, making bad decisions, pulling defeat from the jaws of victory, and airing disagreements about those decisions publicly in ways even gleeful Democrats hadn’t imagined possible. This year the… more »

The Pope's Climate Confusion

As the leader of perhaps the single largest institution in the world — the Roman Catholic Church — the pope potentially influences at least the Church’s 1.2 billion members, and perhaps millions of others around the globe. His sway makes it critical… more »

Hickenlooper Speed Traps Colorado

Boulder, Colo. Any Coloradan who receives a traffic ticket from a speed or red-light camera in the next year ought to know exactly who to blame: Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper. Ten cities in Colorado, including Denver, issue about $14 million in… more »

Hillary's Voting Rights Cynicism

There are few candidates in recent memory for whom the maxim “the issue is not the issue” applies more than it does to the Duck ’n’ Hide presidential wannabe, Hillary Clinton. Her current strategy is sensible for someone so surrounded by the stench of… more »

Drip, Drip, Drip

With the drip, drip, drip of the many conflicts of interest which enrich the Clinton family and bedevil Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, one refrain remains constant among the liberal punditry: “These stories are not hurting Hillary’s support… more »