Back in my wire-service days, I used to talk to then-Rep. Scott McInnis, Colorado Republican, who represented a large district that included Pueblo, Durango, and Grand Junction. Back during the beginning of the Iraq War, he asked the Department of Veterans Affairs to “immediately sever its ties with a French-owned marble manufacturer that is the main supplier of headstones for national cemeteries.” It’s still early, but if the current polling holds up, he will be the next governor of Colorado. He leads incumbent Democrat Bill Ritter by a healthy 46–38 margin.
Parents have had enough of the politicization of their local schools. And even if the schools themselves can't see it yet, they will soon.
Every good prosecutor will tell you that the best case is a strong circumstantial case — and that’s exactly what we have.
A Grad Student Tried to Correct a Misleading COVID Narrative. Rebekah Jones Tried to Ruin His Career for It
Jon Taylor had a disagreement with Jones over COVID data, so she falsely accused him of sexual harassment.
On the unforced errors of America’s most political doctor.
The demands of nightly doses of craven partisanship for year upon year have ruined him.
Donald Trump really does believe that he, along with two former GOP senators, will be ‘reinstated’ to office this summer.
Traditional majoritarianism is good for parties and politicians.
Biden said he will direct the ATF to revoke licenses from dealers the first time they are caught selling a weapon to someone without a permit.
President Joe Biden defeated former President Donald Trump in the state by 154,000 votes.
Leakers keep leaking, and presidents keep trying to stop them.
We have no time to waste in taking our country back, and ensuring America leads once again.
McAfee, the eccentric tech pioneer, warned in 2019 and 2020 that if he died in prison it would not be by suicide.