“Captain,” said the first mate, “we just crashed into an iceberg — the hull’s been breached!”
Almost exactly two years ago, a group of 16 activists from Colorado traveled over 1600 miles across the country to visit Senator Cory Gardner in his Washington D.C. office, and to urge him, face-to-face, to vote no on the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. At the time, Gardner had already failed to address months of protests, calls, and actions from his constituents, begging him not to confirm someone who posed such a grave threat to our civil liberties.
Trying to keep up with the stunningly inappropriate — and worse — remarks of Donald Trump can sometimes seem like a full-time job. But some of his most outrageous comments came in a recent Fox News interview about police violence.
Editor’s note: The following are Wendy Howell’s remarks from today’s press conference hosted by the No on 115 campaign, which is seeking to defeat a Colorado ballot measure to ban abortion at 22 weeks. Howell is the Acting State Director of the Colorado Working Families Party, one of a long list of organizations and individuals that have now endorsed the No on 115 campaign.