I don’t know how to say this with any more clarity: The Holocaust is not a rhetorical device.
Colorado’s elected Republican leaders apparently aren’t posting as much fake news as they once did on Facebook.
“The election of 2020 will go down as the most questioned election in our country’s history,” wrote Danny Moore, the chair of the new Colorado Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission, on Facebook. That’s just one example of this conspiracy theorist’s habit of spreading misinformation about the election, COVID-19, and other topics.
The pandemic has dramatically exposed the vital role that care workers play in our society. As child care centers and schools closed and nursing homes became COVID-19 hotspots, families have strained to juggle work and other responsibilities while taking care of loved ones.
In what can only be understood as conservative outrage word salad, Colorado Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert said during an interview last week that feminists, LGBTQ people, and transgender people share a single common goal of advancing communism, which she argued undermines Second Amendment rights.
The Keep Coloradans Housed Bill will help Colorado families stay in stable homes. Under consideration by the Colorado Senate, it will protect working families from bad actor landlords who charge excessive late fees and move to illegally evict struggling tenants.
With Comment About Congress Requiring “Anal Swabs for COVID Testing,” Boebert Flails To Get Attention
Last week, in an interview on KHOW radio, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was asked about the metal detectors Democrats have set up to keep Boebert and other U.S. Representatives from carrying their guns onto the House floor, where firearms aren’t allowed.
What if every dayYou brushed your teeth a little bit differentlyDressed, ate, went to work, came home, washedA little differentlyWould you then week by week, year by yearBecome a different person?Fact is, you did
The Day I Became Anti-War: A personal recollection of the day that launched the Iraq War — and its lessons for us 18 years later.
Most of us who were alive then remember where we were on the morning of the 9/11 attacks. As we mark the 18th anniversary of the Iraq War this March, I wonder how many also remember where we were that day.