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Poll: Voters say no to gas and delivery taxes disguised as fees

Poll: Voters say no to gas and delivery taxes disguised as fees

Should the Democrat-controlled state legislature pass more taxes on gas and deliveries to raise $500 million a year towards Gov. Polis’s 10-year transportation plan? A new poll shows a majority of voters in the Denver metro area in Adams and Jefferson counties say no....

Polis shirks responsibility for unemployment backlog, blames Hick

Polis shirks responsibility for unemployment backlog, blames Hick

One topic that went noticeably unmentioned in Gov. Polis's State of the State address last week was unemployment. Colorado’s unemployment rate skyrocketed to the fourth highest in the nation following post-Thanksgiving restaurant shutdown orders from the governor. The...

DOA? Republicans push bills to restrict governor’s pandemic powers

DOA? Republicans push bills to restrict governor’s pandemic powers

If the big box stores can stay open under Gov. Polis’s pandemic color wheel of forced closures, then so can small businesses. That’s the thrust of legislation proposed by Republican state Sen. Rob Woodward of Loveland, who told the Denver Post: “When you have a single...

State legislature protects protestors and themselves in proposed bills

State legislature protects protestors and themselves in proposed bills

Fully injected with the COVID vaccine and secured behind facemaks in their plexiglass work stations, Colorado lawmakers returned to regular session last week concluding a nearly year-long surrender to Gov. Polis’s authoritarian rule. The preliminary agenda of the...

Democrats mansplain guns to GOP lawmaker who supports 2nd Amendment

Democrats mansplain guns to GOP lawmaker who supports 2nd Amendment

The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee is usually dominated by discussions of importance to ranchers and industries like timber, oil, gas and mining. Historically, the panel is dominated by western men and debate relating to regional issues like water, public...

Another Democrat jumps in the free-for-all to challenge Boebert

Another Democrat jumps in the free-for-all to challenge Boebert

Democrat State Rep. Donald Valdez of La Jara appears to be on a mission to unseat Republicans who were in Washington, D.C. during then-President Trump’s “Save America” rally. Valdez failed on Tuesday to have Republican state Rep. Ron Hanks of Fremont County dismissed...

Freedom of speech is already dead on social media

Freedom of speech is already dead on social media

How should Facebook treat views expressed by political candidates, office holders and former office holders, considering the importance of political opposition and the public’s right to information? Duh.  Fairly, one would think. And yet the question is not so clear...

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