Trump’s contention that he is protected by freedom of speech mirrors his defense in criminal cases charging him for his role in the Jan. 6 attack
The Colorado Sun visited Washington to spend time with the state’s eight U.S. House members and two U.S. senators to learn more about how they operate
Scott Gessler, a former Colorado secretary of state representing Trump in the case, opposed the order
It’s not a great look to behave like an entitled princess when claiming to represent regular folks in Colorado
I was taught long ago at George Washington High School that the melting pot represented the ideal vision of America.
Columnist Mike Littwin explains how a Colorado case may hold answers to the constitutional question of whether Donald Trump’s actions surrounding January 6 disqualify him from the ballot.
Over the past few months, the Colorado congressman has been increasingly vocal in opposition to conspiracies peddled by members of his own party
The case is the first of what’s expected to be many challenges filed in various states by a liberal nonprofit. They can ask to have it moved back to Colorado court.
In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie reacts to Myra’s explanation that efforts are underway to keep Donald Trump off the ballot in Colorado based on the 14th Amendment.
Columnist Mike Littwin points out that If Lauren Boebert is in deep trouble and Ken Buck is smashing fellow Republicans for supporting Jan. 6 rioters, all is not lost for American democracy.