The Aurora City Council election isn’t technically a partisan battleground, but it’s turning out that way, as Democrats and Republicans have poured money and/or endorsements into the race for fellow Democrats or fellow Republicans.
In a talk radio interview Tuesday, Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman cited a “parallel” between today’s homeless crisis and the “hippie movement of the late 60s and early 70s.”
“Officers never had, nor did they ever attempt to articulate, any reasonable suspicion that McClain may have engaged in, or sought to engage in, any criminal activity.” That’s what I wrote last July about the police killing of Elijah McClain in Aurora. A newly released independent investigation agrees.
The only people charged in relation to the murder of 23-year-old Elijah Mcclain, protestors Eliza Lucero, Lillian House, and Joel Northam, are scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Adams County this Tuesday, March 9, on charges involving a June 2020 protest calling for an investigation into McClain’s death.
Conservative talk-radio host Ross Kaminsky dredged up an old conversation Tuesday, saying Social Security is “clearly” a “Ponzi scheme” and a “fraud.”