Kevin Velasquez is 18 months old. He's a lively little boy who runs around at the speed of light, which he displayed Tuesday within the walls of the Park Hill church where his mother has sought sanctuary from deportation.
Republican and conservative voters — including President Donald Trump's base supporters — overwhelmingly approve of providing a path to citizenship for so-called Dreamers in exchange for increased border security, according to a national poll released this week that drew praise from Colorado business groups.
Yes, the winter sport that’s beloved everywhere north of the United States. Only, this time, it was played by two pols in a hallway of the Russell Senate Office Building in the nation’s capital.
We’ll resist the temptation to crack wise about this centuries-old Scottish pastime (or the latter-day Canadians who embrace it with a passion). We’ll just confess some of us at Hot Sheet are mystified by its appeal — even if it is an Olympic sport — and leave it at that.
Instead, let’s note how our two U.S. senators seem to have figured out the antidote to our nation’s acrimonious political climate — and maybe the key to survival in it — is a warm and chummy display of bipartisanship. Certainly, in perennially purple Colorado, where the largest voting bloc is unaffiliated.
The video is a tribute to the ongoing Winter Olympics and the fact that, “Colorado has the most athletes of any state competing in Pyeongchang.” There are plenty of smiles and even a high five between the two officeholders. It all should play well in a swingable bellwether like Jefferson County — even if most of the voters there don’t get curling any more than we do.
Dreamers aren’t just about compassion or amnesty, but dollars and cents as well, according to a New American Economy campaign headed to Colorado TVs. The national coalition has been urging compromise on comprehensive immigration reform, and it’s pushing for a compromise now on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients. DACA recipients, brought to the U.S. […]
When President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of Congress Tuesday in his first State of the Union address, Anarely Marquez, a Colorado State University student and undocumented immigrant who was brought to the United States as a young child, will be in the room watching as a guest of U.S. Rep. Jared Polis.
Colorado Sens. Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner said Thursday an immigration package they've crafted with four other senators — the bipartisan "Gang of Six" — meets demands set at one point by President Donald Trump and could offer a way forward as Congress scrambles to find the votes to avert a looming government shutdown, although leading Republicans and the White House have so far given the proposal a cold shoulder.