There has been and will be a lot written about the Brexit. One note particularly struck me:
Journalists take a lot of hits these days, but we’re all glad they’re out there asking questions.
Media should take note when elected official says feds have taken away “virtually all citizens rights” and compares police to Crips and Bloods
“We’re in a spot in our country where, at the federal level, they have taken away a bunch of states’ rights and virtually all citizens rights.”
A huge frustration of Personhood USA folks is the familiar pattern of Colorado Republicans winning primary elections with the help of hard-working anti-choice activists and then buckpedaling away from the “pro-life” loyalists once they face the frowns of general-election voters.
If you like summer election mysteries, you’ll enjoy pondering why personal injury attorney Frank Azar gave $50,000 to a committee backing Denver District Attorney candidate Michael Carrigan. And why would Azar run the money through a Texas entity?
There’s a not quite explicit generational struggle at play in this election. The older generations, trying to bide just a little more time for that winning lottery ticket of conservative policy–it will be the next one surely–don’t want to relinquish decision-making. In fact, this year will feature the oldest combined age of the two major party candidates ever.
Conservative operative Laura Carno is out with a new book with the ridiculous title of, “Government Ruins Nearly Everything.”
Of course the Grand Junction Sentinel was right to publish a racist meme shared by Republican official
The Grand Junction Sentinel is defending its decision to publish a Facebook post, shared by Delta County Republican Chair Linda Sorenson, comparing Obama to a Chimpanzee: