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February 17, 2018

Coloradoan: Improve education by making it a state budget priority

Colorado is barely passing when it comes to funding schools, according to the latest Quality Counts report…

February 17, 2018

Durango Herald: More information needed on Secretary Zinke’s goals

In theory, putting decision-makers in closer touch with the landscapes and people they will affect is a good idea. We are, however, skeptical about intent…

February 17, 2018

Greeley Tribune: Story shows rehabilitation is the best result of criminal justice system

When she crashed her car while drunk with her three kids in the car, she could have died. They could have died.

February 16, 2018

The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel: A veil of ignorance

Allegations of misconduct … an opaque investigation … nebulous findings. The Colorado General Assembly must be in session.



Opinion


February 19, 2018

Three cheers for the pro-family positions of Gardner, Buck, Lamborn and Tipton

Family Research Council Action, which tracks pro-family and pro-life federal legislation, rated Cory Gardner, Ken Buck, Doug Lamborn, and Scott Tipton with a 100% pro-family rating for the first session of the 115th Congress.

February 16, 2018

BIDLACK: Let’s clear up clearances

To truly understand the importance and shock value of the most recent crisis/scandal/fake news to come out of the White House, regarding Rob Porter and his alleged security clearance, you really need to talk to someone who once worked in the White House and held a very high-level security clearance.

February 16, 2018

SLOAN: No easy answers to stop police from being killed in the line of duty

On three separate occasions in the dawning weeks of 2018, young men kissed their wives and young children goodbye, got in their cars, and headed out to their jobs, where they were to be killed only hours later. All three young men were cops – sheriff’s deputies, to be exact. Three law enforcement officers murdered in the line of duty within just the first 5 weeks of the year.