Rachael WrightRachael WrightJune 22, 20178min322

Twenty Years Ago This Week in The Colorado Statesman: Little old Colorado was plunged into the deep end of international politics when Denver hosted eight world leaders from the Group of Seven. Denver rolled out the carpet for national leaders from the USA, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, Russia and the United Kingdom, and on the agenda for discussion were a host of heavy-weight issues including


Ernest LuningErnest LuningJune 18, 20177min571

Nigel Farage, co-founder of the UK Independence Party and leader of the Brexit movement to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union, told Colorado Politics it could be time for President Donald Trump to address the American people in order to counteract what he called “pure obstructionism” by establishment forces in the wake of last year’s global populist wave.


Tom RamstackTom RamstackNovember 15, 20168min389

A new immigration program is set to take effect early next year to encourage foreign-based startup companies to locate in the United States. Supporters of the "International Entrepreneur Rule" include Rep. Jared Polis (D-Boulder), who says the rule will bring new jobs and income to Americans. Polis has been a strong advocate of immigration reform. The program was proposed by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The public comment period for the international entrepreneur rule ended last month.


Clifford D. MayClifford D. MayJuly 5, 20168min331

Whether you think the United Kingdom exiting the European Union is cause for alarm or celebration, you have to concede this: Britons engaged in an open, lively and mostly peaceful debate, they turned out in droves, they cast their votes freely and fairly and, by so doing, expressed their will and determined their future. That’s called democracy. Is there a preferable alternative? Despite pollsters’ predictions, the referendum on Brexit – for British exit — was a clear victory for Leave over Remain. Those wanting out of the EU did not vote their pocketbooks. On the contrary, they were repeatedly warned by establishment figures — President Obama among them — that they would pay a steep economic price for going their own way. To say I saw this coming would be an exaggeration but I do think I caught a glimmer — almost a quarter century ago. I was among a group of journalists hosted by a European foundation eager that Americans form a positive view of a changing Europe.