GOP vows futile effort to slow down gun bills, just as it did on abortion. It gets worse. Check out the conspiracy-fueled race for state party chair.
Littwin: The mass shootings never seem to end, but one analysis says there may still be hope
A Washington Post story five years ago showed 187,000 kids had been affected by school shootings since Columbine. Now it’s 338,000.
Littwin: Would mass killings in California affect effort to ban sale of so-called assault weapons in Colorado?
Columnist Mike Littwin notes that the latest draft of a bill to ban purchase of so-called assault weapons in Colorado wouldn’t ban possession. But it would be a starting place.
Littwin: It took yet another mass shooting to put gun safety front and center at the Colorado Capitol
Two looming questions: Could state legislators possibly pass a ban on assault-style weapons and, if they do, would Jared Polis agree?
Silverman: Denver murder trial showed the best and worst of humanity
A jury quickly convicted the gunman who killed Bella Thallas and wounded her boyfriend, Darian Simon
Littwin: Shouldn’t the question be why Kyle Rittenhouse was carrying an assault-style weapon in order to, uh, help people?
I don’t know if Kyle Rittenhouse was just a scared kid, trying to “help” people, when he shot three men, killing two of them, on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, during a protest against the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Or whether Rittenhouse was, as I admit I suspect, a would-be vigilante who had come […]
Silverman: Expect Colorado’s Supreme Court to uphold assault weapon bans
Boulder is generally spectacular, but Sept. 8, 2006, was particularly magnificent where Broadway meets Baseline. CU Law School’s new Wolf Building was dedicated. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, a gun control supporter, was a special guest. States and cities had long regulated and forbidden firearms for public safety reasons. America’s high court never interfered. Cities […]
Drew Litton: How many more, Colorado?
More cartoons from The Colorado Sun.