On Sunday, the Denver Post published an opinion column by libertarian activist and provocateur Jon Caldara entitled, “#MeToo replacing due process in the press.”
Sen. Randy Baumgardner jokes about domestic violence on his way out of office after #MeToo allegations
Colorado State Sen. Randy Baumgardner (R-Sulphur Springs), who’s been the subject of multiple allegations of sexual harassment and this week announced he’d resign from office, shared a comic on Facebook that jokes about domestic violence.
New Coalition Of Black Women Lays Out A Pathway Toward Justice And Healing In Democrat Jovan Melton’s Case
Embedded in the conversation around sexual violence and the #MeToo movement are questions about what an ethical pathway forward looks like for perpetrators, especially for those in the public eye.
One of the most competitive races in Colorado’s state legislature pits a woman who led the charge to expose a culture of sexual harassment at the Capitol against a woman who protected an alleged perpetrator of that harassment from expulsion.
Baumgardner’s social media activity shows he’s creepy and gross, but we already knew that, didn’t we?
WARNING: Some images in this post may be considered slightly NSFW, because that’s the low standard of professionalism that *some people* who work in our state’s Capitol adhere to these days, apparently.