Jessica MachettaDecember 4, 20174min1237
A record number of people are moving out of Colorado, according  to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. About 193,000 Colorado residents moved to other states last year, 10,000 more than in 2015. Where are they moving to? According to the data, the biggest percentage of them headed for Washington state, with other destinations being […]

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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirSeptember 1, 20173min479

As noted earlier this week, Denver and Jefferson County Republican parties have mounted a donation drive to help the many Gulf Coast Texans waylaid by Hurricane Harvey. And the county GOPs are arranging to ship the donations of humanitarian aid to Texas themselves. According to the update below from Denver Republican Chair Jake Viano, relief workers on the scene are experiencing critical shortages in helping those who were left homeless by the devastating storm.

Viano reports:

We have a truck loading up at 6pm at Jeff Co GOP hQ’;s located at 13952 Denver W Pkwy #450, Lakewood, CO 80401 tomorrow. We need volunteers to help with this.

…We have a truck loading up at 9 a.m. on Sat morning at The Rock Church in Castle Rock. We need volunteers to help with that.

Here is the list of stuff we still need:

1. School supplies
2. Non-perishable foods
3. Diapers
4. Baby formula
5. Hand sanitizer
6. Children’s undergarments
7. Socks
8. Baby wipes
9. New sweat suits
10. New towels
11. Bottled water
12. New blankets
13. New pillows
14. Personal hygiene items
15. Tools
16. Shovels

If (you) cannot find the time to drop off items, you can donate directly to the Denver Republicans and 100% of your contribution will go towards the relief effort. We are personally making runs to Walmart and Costco, then loading items up to be shipped out.

As of today, the Denver Republican Party has contributed nearly $3000 worth of items. But there is still more to do. To paint a picture, Operation Barbecue is set up next to the George Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston. They are feeding 30,000 people per day and are running out of food. 30,000 is the population of Juneau Alaska.

I just got off the phone with Bob Call of the Harris County GOP. He said his office is up and running and in full relief mode. Please keep our fellow Americans in your thoughts and prayers.



Morgan SmithMorgan SmithJune 19, 20177min413

Now that the Trump administration has initiated the process of renegotiating the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), let’s hope that this process is marked by thoughtfulness and not rhetoric like the president’s earlier comments that NAFTA was “the worst trade deal in history.” Despite the anti-trade rhetoric, NAFTA has been ...