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.
The surest bet is legislation that will expand Colorado’s red flag law, which, unaccountably, was not used in the case of the Club Q shooter.
The new definition of ‘freedom:’ Children drilled in lockdowns, listening for the footsteps of a killer stalking the halls.
Whatever the El Paso County DA and sheriff say, the measure was passed to address cases just like the Club Q suspect’s earlier arrest
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey observes that the only real winner in Colorado’s mass shooting calculation — 2022 marked the most in state history — is the Grim Reaper.
Two looming questions: Could state legislators possibly pass a ban on assault-style weapons and, if they do, would Jared Polis agree?
What the law’s opponents don’t seem to get is that the red flag law was designed to keep guns away from those with mental health issues.
While an unstable, troubled family raised a killer, our society cannot escape condemnation for its role in creating one
Jim Morrissey’s cartoon honors the actions of patrons who sprung into action to prevent even further loss of life when a gunman opened fire at the welcoming Club Q in Colorado Springs.
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra connects the dots between the drumbeat of anti-trans rhetoric on social media and the deadly violence at Club Q in Colorado Springs.