We all lost an opportunity to develop a better framework for talking about sexual assault I only watched about 20 minutes of the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh. I caught a segment of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony while I sat in a waiting room a few weeks ago. The rest of the affair seemed […]
For the strategic voter, here’s what the Colorado race for governor comes down to. If Democrat Jared Polis wins, he stands a good chance to work with a Democrat-dominated legislature for at least part of his term to sign whatever bills the Progressive left can dream up to hike taxes and fees, expand economic regulations, […]
Tuesday, Oct. 2, was an exciting day in Colorado for public lands. We celebrated the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System, which includes the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, running almost 800 miles through some of our state’s most iconic places, including Rocky Mountain National Park and up and over Grays Peak. We also […]
We are Gov. John W. Hickenlooper’s chief legal counsel, past and present. Like many Coloradans, we are watching the November elections closely, particularly the race for Colorado’s next attorney general. For us, there is no more qualified candidate than Phil Weiser. He has the experience and, most importantly, the judgment necessary to take on the […]
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Myra has missed 30 years of her life, due to a coma, but has found a new friendship with her young neighbor, Ossie. Together, they both are searching for their place in this world. < Previous | Archive | Next > More cartoons from The Colorado Sun.
As delivered at the U.S. Senate on Oct. 4, 2018 Editor’s note: The Colorado Sun has also invited Sen. Cory Gardner to share his comments on Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Our vote on the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh has left this body and the American people deeply divided. But I think it has also united every American […]
In the past 50 years, ever since Jean Dubofsky has been a lawyer, Republicans have dominated the U.S. Supreme Court. Since 1969, Republican presidents have appointed 13 Supreme Court justices. Democrats have appointed four. But Dubofsky, who was the first woman named a justice of the Colorado Supreme Court in 1979 and famously led the […]
Driven by a bizarre confluence of Colorado and federal law, the money rushing into Colorado’s election has taken on a particularly unhealthy role this season. Coloradans are faced with a choice between the Anadarko-backed posterboy and a candidate that buys political offices like tech stocks. The state and country can do something to change this […]
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