Articles By Mario Nicolais

Nicolais: Deep State? Try Dunce State. Republicans should yell “stop.”

Conservatives should look to their past to combat the conspiracy theories currently threatening the movement

Opinion

Nicolais: Protesters should topple legacies, not statues

Colorado protesters tearing down civic statues do more harm than good to the worthy causes they support

Opinion

Nicolais: Neil Gorsuch’s opinion presents another lesson in judicial independence

We should all stop expecting judges to act like pawns for the politicians who appoint them

Opinion

Nicolais: Jefferson County’s Democratic DA’s race gets ugly — again

When my ballot arrived alongside two mailers from the campaigns, it made me take a deeper look at the under-the-radar race

Opinion

Nicolais: The ugly metaphor at the heart of George Floyd’s murder

Continued silence by white Americans is no different than a knee on the neck of black Americans pleading for their lives

Opinion

Nicolais: CU steps up to help students amid coronavirus concerns

Even as the state legislature cut spending to Colorado colleges and universities, CU leadership took steps to ensure access and diversity on campus

Opinion

Nicolais: Colorado’s all-mail elections undercut Trump’s objections

With three election cycles under Colorado’s belt, the state has demonstrated how even valid concerns can be overcome

Opinion

Nicolais: Why the Supreme Court should reject Colorado’s Electoral College argument

As the U.S. Supreme Court considers Colorado’s faithless elector case, it should be wary of overlooking the text of the Constitution in favor of a preferred outcome

Opinion

Nicolais: Any health care “public option” second wave must make some changes

After Colorado bill sponsors pulled the public option from consideration in light of difficulties created by the coronavirus, they should reconsider compelling participation

Opinion