Less than a week before Student Press Freedom Day, Denver Archdiocese spokesman Mark Haas defended Regis Jesuit High School’s recent decision to retract an issue of its student magazine, Elevate, over a student’s controversial pro-choice op-ed.
This holiday season, the Colorado Times Recorder received three “gifts.” Months after they were removed from public view by YouTube, a trio of our video clips were returned to us (and our audience) courtesy of YouTube and the Bill of Rights.
Four Larimer County state legislators are calling for their own public health director to be fired over an email he sent in frustration regarding a large banner that he believed was comparing him and his staff to fascists.
More than 100 people showed up to a Denver rally to support the LGBTQ community after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
Colorado has become a focal point in the national legal battle which pits public accommodation laws against religious freedom protections, with yesterday’s announcement that the U.S. Supreme court had agreed to hear arguments in the case of Jack Phillips, proprietor of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, who refused to serve a gay couple seeking a wedding cake for their same sex marriage celebration.
Douglas County School Board Members Bemoan Chaos, Distance Themselves from Controversy, on KLZ 560 am
Douglas County Board of Education President, Meghann Silverthorn, and board member Dr. Judy Reynolds appeared on KLZ’s Rush to Reason show Monday, to present their perspective on the recent controversy surrounding a student-organized protest this spring, opposition to their actions in anticipation of that protest, and the resulting fallout, which including an independent investigation into their actions.