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November 24, 2017

The Denver Post: Don’t let PERA drag Colorado down

The possibility of a credit rating downgrade should give Colorado lawmakers extra motivation to strike a deal next year on a plan to stabilize the state’s financially burdened public employees’ pension fund.

November 24, 2017

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: Time to pick a new day to honor Native people

The day after Thanksgiving is known as Black Friday for the doorbuster sales and retail mayhem it inspires.

November 24, 2017

The Pueblo Chieftain: Math, science made fun

Pueblo area students discovered the fun of studying mathematics and science at a couple of recent events — Math Day at Colorado State University-Pueblo and the “Walk on Water” competition at Pueblo County High School.

November 24, 2017

The Colorado Springs Gazette: Hit movie ‘Wonder’ sets new Hollywood standard

To be thankful, we can all be grateful for life and the people who surround us. We can try to embrace our challenges, realize everyone has them, and work to love those who seem different.


November 24, 2017

WEBB: When opportunity knocks, open the door

If there is anything I have learned from my collective experiences in Denver and across Colorado, it is to answer the door when opportunity knocks because you never know when — or if — it will knock again.

November 23, 2017

Are we privileged — or blessed?

Thanksgiving, America’s oldest holiday, is by definition a day when we give thanks for the good things in life. Family, friends, work, home, community, and of course, football. Some are thankful for just being able to put food on the table. Some are thankful they are able to do much more than that.

November 23, 2017

THE PODIUM: Why I’m still on the Trump train

One year after Donald Trump’s stunning victory, I feel even better about having voted for him than I did at the time — based on the totality of what he’s done in these 12 months, and what his enemies have done, and the dramatic contrast of where our country is under the Republicans versus where it would be if Hillary and the Democrats had won.