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The Gang That Can't Shoot Straight

We were recently on a family vacation in Cape Cod.  And when I say family, I mean family.  There were 10 of us in a house we rented a few blocks from the beach.   1,222 more words


Into the Swamp

I had breakfast with Joe Rice last winter; it had been quite a while since we had seen one another.  We served together in the Legislature for two years.   1,160 more words

Re-Fueled Perlmutter's Re-Entry Into Congressional Race Is Complicated

DENVER (CBS4) – Rep. Ed Perlmutter says he began second guessing his decision to not to run again for public office soon after he announced the decision a month ago. 426 more words


Mike Coffman and The Deplorables

Since I began blogging recently, I have spent a good deal of time at coffee shops.

One of them is Solid Grounds on South Broadway at Arapahoe.   1,419 more words

Colorado Politics

Not just another buy out in the newspaper business

It happened again, at the end of May. Sadly, it’s happened so much in the last several decades, not many people knew it or – even sadder – cared. 557 more words


Hickenlooper Signs $26.8 Billion Budget Into Law

DENVER (AP) — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has signed into law a $26.8 billion state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

Hickenlooper on Friday praised the efforts of a Legislature that is split along party lines to eliminate a projected $700 million deficit and deliver a balanced budget that is required by law. 101 more words


Colorado Senator Announces Bid For Congress

DENVER (CBS4) – Democratic state Senator Dominick Moreno announced his candidacy for Colorado’s 7th Congressional District which covers Lakewood, Arvada and Westminster.

His announcement came in the middle of the night Tuesday. 163 more words