It’s great that we recognize people who’ve served in the U.S. military with the simple acknowledgement of, “Thank you for your service.”
We should have told them to be more specific. When President Trump and his fellow Republicans in Congress called their massive tax overhaul last year the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” most of us assumed the jobs would be in the United States.
As 2018 draws to a close and we begin to reflect on what we probably all agree was another strange year, I’d like to offer this as an emblem of where we’re at: progressive women along Colorado’s Front Range are going around destroying neo-Nazi propaganda that appears to have been strategically placed near — wait for it — Pokemon Go waypoints.
Our death rituals for public figures are evolving.
How Hanging A Trump Portrait At The Colo Capitol Could Mark The Enlightenment Of The Republican Party
You might think that, for the GOP, hanging a portrait of Trump at the Colorado Capitol, amid inevitable protests and hype, is like begging for another blue Tsunami, even though Colorado Republicans were just flattened then drowned by one, perhaps indefinitely.
Marijuana legalization was among the big winners in this year’s elections.
In a recent Colorado Public Radio interview, host Ryan Warner told Gov. John Hickenlooper that Jeff Hays, Colorado’s Republican Party leader, likened Democrats to pigs who will over-indulge (pass unpopular legislation) and then become fat hogs who will get slaughtered (thrown out of office by voters).
“Cyber Monday” is coming up — get out there and buy stuff!
At the end of the election, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner jetted around rural Colorado with Walker Stapleton, who was the flailing Republican nominee for governor.
Denver Mayor Hancock: Let’s Remove The Stain Of Slavery From The Fine Print Of Colorado’s Constitution
This guest editorial from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock first appeared in Colorado Politics.