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
Despite History of Abuse, CO Catholic Church Opposes Bill to Increase Abortion Access for Assault Survivors
During a legislative hearing last week on a bill that would increase abortion access for survivors of sexual violence, a prominent Colorado Catholic Church leader spoke out in opposition, saying that “abortion after rape and incest turns one victim into two.”
Today 5-6 p.m., the Colorado Vaccine Equity Taskforce, an organization focused on providing vaccine information to diverse communities in Colorado, will host an informational panel over Zoom about the COVID-19 vaccine for Spanish-speaking members of the Latinx community.
When a video was removed from our YouTube channel without warning earlier this month, we began to think about how journalists should responsibly cover those making false claims and how coverage of these events is handled by social media sites.
British speaker Katie Hopkins is a racist, Islamophobic bigot. New Zealand speaker Trevor Louden is an unapologetic anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist. The pair are currently visiting Colorado on an eleven-stop speaking tour organized by former Colorado Republican Party national delegate and promoted by numerous Republican and conservative groups across the state.
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.
In a discussion at the state Capitol last Wednesday, a national pharmaceutical lobbying group claimed that upper price limits set by a prescription drug affordability board (or a PDAB) in Colorado could violate federal law and leave Colorado open to lawsuits.