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Opinion: With freedom comes responsibility — and that applies to wearing masks

They protest both you and me and everyone around us, and they protect my freedom as well as yours.

Opinion: We don’t talk to each other enough, and that may have set us on the path to the Capitol attack

Reasonable people have abdicated their place in our national discourse.

Opinion: Let’s face up to marijuana’s toll on kids before it’s too late

Opinion: Struggles remain for many in 2021. Help is available in Jefferson County.

Littwin: The House is planning for a second impeachment. How many Senate Republicans will answer the call?

Don’t count on the 25th Amendment for help in Trump’s waning days in office. Impeachment and conviction would be hard. But history and justice demand an official reaction.

Nicolais: Lauren Boebert’s bloodlust rhetoric helped incite the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol

Trump, Boebert, Hawley and other officials were complicit in the national disgrace at the Capitol

Opinion: Violence in place of political debate weakens our nation

Opinion: In Mike Pence, evangelicals had their “24-karat-gold” man in the White House

Diana Bray: Will Amy Coney Barrett tip the scales of justice?

Sen. Michael Bennet: We were living our Founders’ worst fears during Capitol siege

"We have seen where a politics of lies, dysfunction, and division has brought us."

Rep. Ed Perlmutter: The Capitol attack, and the last four years, show us democracies are fragile

"As the hours unfolded, I became mad, sad and outraged the People’s House was desecrated and disrespected, and even worse, that people lost their lives."

What’d I Miss?: Finding a friend amid the chaos

Drew Litton: Broncos’ future or John Elway’s puppet?

Jim Morrissey: Feeling optimistic about 2021 in Colorado?

Opinion: Mayor Coffman’s conclusions about homelessness are unfounded and troubling

Sen. John Hickenlooper: “Trump and the thugs who attempted a violent coup can’t override the will of the people”

"We are the guardians of this fragile democracy and its endurance rests on our shoulders."

Opinion: Was it a coup? No, but the U.S. Capitol siege was the election violence of a fragile democracy

Littwin: We had to know that Trump, in the end, wouldn’t leave without trying to burn the place down

It was a riot, an insurrection, a plot against America. It was Trump’s presidency in its death throes, and with every one of his enablers responsible for the assault on democracy.

Opinion: Home-based health care is vital during the pandemic and beyond. Let’s support it.

Littwin: Next up in our theater of the absurd, the Sedition Caucus takes its turn in pushing Trump’s rigged-election fiction

Meanwhile in the real world, Democrats have won one Senate runoff race and seem poised to win the other in Georgia, which would, stunningly, give Dems effective control of the Senate.

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