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Prosecutors debunk Mesa County clerk Tina Peters’ 2020 election-fraud claims

The Mesa County District Attorney's Office presented its findings after investigating claims by Peters, who is under indictment for providing unauthorized access to county voting equipment.

Politics and Government

Jim Morrissey: Not everyone figures Space Command move is “reasonable”

Opinion

Tina Peters visits Mar-a-Lago, where candidates flock seeking Trump’s endorsement

The travel was allowed by Mesa County prosecutors, who are pursuing felony charges against Peters in a breach of her county’s election system

Politics and Government

Littwin: What could be worse than Twitter? Twitter owned by Elon Musk.

Donald Trump, who has been banned by Twitter, says he won’t come back even if Musk invites him. Is there anyone out there who believes that?

Opinion Columns

Here’s who has secured a spot on the Democratic primary ballot in the race to unseat Lauren Boebert

Sol Sandoval joins Adam Frisch and Alex Walker on the 3rd Congressional District primary ballot. Democrats face a steep hill in trying to unseat Boebert.

Politics and Government

MyPillow CEO says he gave as much as $800,000 to Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters’ legal defense fund

Mike Lindell also said Tuesday that Peters “probably” traveled on his private jet to his cyber symposium over the summer. Both the travel and legal defense fund are being probed by Colorado's ethics commission.

Politics and Government

Judge: Trump likely committed crimes related to election, orders John Eastman to release emails

Lawyer John Eastman was a visiting professor at CU Boulder but the university severed ties following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol

Crime and Courts

Littwin: The Ginni Thomas-Meadows texts take us deep inside the Trump White House crazy

Don’t expect Clarence Thomas to recuse himself on Big Lie cases any more than you’d expect Josh Hawley to retract saying Ketanji Brown Jackson is soft on child pornographers.

Opinion Columns

Silverman: Pay attention when authoritarians target journalists, here and abroad.

This is an existential battle between good and evil — darkness and light, Craig Silverman writes. Journalists bring light to the world.

Opinion Columns

Zornio: Is the Russian invasion of Ukraine the start of World War III?

Western democracies are hesitant to engage Putin directly, but we can’t launch a war that may have already been waged

Opinion Columns

Silverman: Les Shapiro turned from being a TV sports reporter to battling Trumpism

Les was apolitical before Donald Trump’s political emergence, his family says. The longtime Denver broadcaster died recently of lung cancer.

Opinion Columns

Littwin: How bad would it have to get in Ukraine for Trump to abandon Putin?

Republicans are trying to walk a fine line, trying to please Trump by making sure to blame Biden even as they criticize Putin for the world-changing invasion.

Opinion Columns

Littwin: Tina Peters visits Front Range without attempting to kick a single cop

Instead, she joined GOP Senate candidate Ron Hanks and a host of other Big Lie proponents and activists at an FEC United event in Castle Rock

Opinion Columns

Zornio: If Republican leaders won’t change course after Trump, Republican voters will have to

With conservative officials still peddling lies, it’s time for conservative-leaning voters to exit the party or be part of the problem

Opinion Columns

Two wealthy Colorado Republicans running for U.S. Senate each injected more than $500,000 into their campaigns

Democratic U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet raised $2.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2021. 8th Congressional District candidates posted similar fundraising numbers.

Politics and Government

Littwin: Remember when Reagan and Trump made their affirmative action picks for the Supreme Court?

Those criticizing President Joe Biden for saying he’ll choose a Black woman to replace Stephen Breyer seem to have forgotten pledges leading up to Justices O’Connor and Barrett.

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: Stephen Breyer gets caught by the politics of Supreme Court appointments

The partisan fights between presidents and the U.S. Senate forced the justice out while he could be reasonably assured who would replace him

Opinion Columns

Littwin: All Biden has to do is return the country to normalcy. How hard could that be?

Let’s see. He could end the pandemic. He could reduce political polarization. He could, as he sort of promised, offer us a path beyond Trumpism. That’s all.

Opinion Columns

Littwin: My 6-year-old grandson has COVID. He seems to be doing all right. But I’m far from OK.

Everyone wants COVID to be over. But the truth is, as we continue to engage in the COVID wars, we don’t seem to want it enough.

Opinion Columns

Colorado lawyer Jenna Ellis, Rudy Giuliani among Trump allies subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel

Ellis reportedly prepared and circulated two memos that analyzed the constitutional authority for then-Vice President Mike Pence to reject or delay counting electoral votes

Politics and Government
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