U.S. Capitol riot
Colorado Springs man faces federal charges for participating in Jan. 6 riot
“I’m probably going to lose my job as a pastor after this. … If this makes me lose my, my reputation, I don’t care,” Tyler Ethridge, 33, said in a video he posted to social media while in the U.S. Capitol, according to court documents.
Silverman: Cassidy Hutchinson was an excellent witness against Trump. As a former prosecutor, let me count the ways.
The former White House aide's testimony should lead to truth and accountability for those responsible for the events of January 6
Littwin: In Colorado, and at the Jan. 6 hearing in Washington, the Big Lie has a very bad day
The election deniers were swept away in the big statewide races in the Colorado GOP primary. Of course, Tina Peters would predictably claim she was robbed.
Littwin: Trump’s legacy will be his Supreme Court and overturning Roe, no matter what the Jan. 6 panel finds
With three Trump-appointed justices helping to overturn Roe v. Wade, the decision’s political impact could be known as soon as the midterms.
Littwin: If you watched the latest House hearing, you know John Eastman is a villain of the piece
The hearing was so bad for Eastman that Heidi Ganahl, who had studiously avoided saying much about the 2020 election, finally had to say something.
Nicolais: John Eastman is a traitor who tried to kill our democracy
Eastman’s plan to sweep away the votes of millions of Americans would have — and still could — kill American democracy
Littwin: It was a bad day for Trump, for Rudy, for election deniers, for anyone “detached from reality.”
In the latest January 6 hearing, Trump’s advisers testified they told Trump the election wasn’t rigged. And things are just warming up.
Zornio: Vote like democracy depends on it, because it does
Amid the January 6 committee hearings, polls suggest a dangerous Trump-led Republican party could still reclaim the House and Senate majority in the midterms
Littwin: Thanks to Liz Cheney, the January 6 hearings are now must-watch TV
The select committee laid out a devastating case against Donald Trump as being at the center of the riot. Will it change any minds? Maybe not, but it will all be on the record.
Littwin: You think it’s easy to keep writing about Lauren Boebert? How about too easy?
A responsible columnist can’t spend all his time writing about the latest Boebert outrage. But there are weeks, like this one, when we don’t really have a choice.
Denver judge dismisses defamation lawsuit against 9News anchor Kyle Clark following Jan. 6 attack
Chad Burmeister sued after 9News anchor Kyle Clark included the self-described CEO from Littleton’s selfie from the U.S Capitol in his broadcast.
Silverman: Normal rules of self-defense don’t apply when your house is invaded
The legal battle over the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol — the people's house — has begun. America needs justice.
Littwin: It was late coming, but Biden finally said what had to be said of Trump and his enablers
On Tuesday, Biden goes to Atlanta to push two voting-rights bills that can be passed only if the Senate filibuster is reformed. This time, Biden must call out reluctant Dems.
Littwin: As the January 6 Capitol riot anniversary nears, we’re in no better shape one year later
In fact, it doesn’t seem all that far-fetched any more to believe that American-style democracy is not only under relentless assault but could also be losing.
Silverman: We could all use a mulligan in 2022
Like golf, life is full of highs and lows. From politics to climate change and criminal justice, we could all use another chance
Lauren Boebert vows to stay her course as she seeks another term in Congress
She’ll likely face a primary challenger in state Sen. Don Coram, who is known to reach across the aisle
Littwin: It’s hard to believe, but 2021 was maybe even worse than 2020
From the Jan. 6 insurrection to King Soopers shooting to Rittenhouse trial to COVID vaccine wars to Buckwheat to Boebert’s Big Lie to Peters to Manchin vs. BBB.
Telluride man accused of assaulting police during Jan. 6 riot
The 68-year-old suspect is accused of punching a Metropolitan Police officer in the face. He was arrested on Saturday near the ski resort town.
Nicolais: Political violence went on trial. Our republic is under threat.
From the Jan. 6 insurrection to a congressional censure to killings in Kenosha, multiple high-profile cases were in the headlines last week
Another Colorado man accused of assaulting police outside U.S. Capitol during Jan. 6 riot
Thomas Patrick Hamner, 48, of Peyton, is accused of helping other rioters push a large metal sign into police officers defending the U.S. Capitol, court documents say.