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EDITORIAL: President should honor Alaska's other wish

In 1901, six months into his second term, President William McKinley was assassinated by an anarchist terrorist. Sixteen years later, Congress officially named the tallest mountain in the United States in his honor...

EDITORIAL: Law enforcement is a dangerous challenge

By: The Gazette

Friday night, a Harris County, Texas, deputy sheriff was shot, execution-style, while refueling his patrol car. The only motive appears to be the badge he was wearing. It was a senseless, tragic death. Deputy...

EDITORIAL: Gaylord project gets weirder

By: The Gazette editorial

The shady Gaylord Rockies hotel and conference center deal just got shadier.

The development, near Denver International Airport, stands to harm tourism in Colorado Springs, Denver and the rest of the state...

EDITORIAL: Religious liberty in the crosshairs

By: The Gazette editorial

The death or survival of religious liberty as we know it may be decided in this second decade of the 21st century. In this era, religious freedoms protected by the First Amendment face unprecedented...

EDITORIAL: Denver attacks Chick-fil-A and free speech

By: The Gazette editorial

Denver City Council members are desecrating the First Amendment, trying to block a business from operating in public space because of the CEO's religious views. If they succeed, these politicians will chill the...

EDITORIAL: Trump's 'anchor baby' problem

By: The Gazette editorial

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told Fox News the 14th Amendment is, in effect, unconstitutional. He insisted a team of lawyers have told him it won't hold up to a proper challenge in federal court....

EDITORIAL: Privatize mine cleanups

By: The Gazette editorial

For U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, timing has never been better to privatize some of the environmental cleanup the EPA has planned for old metal mines.

Tipton, a Cortez Republican representing Colorado's 3rd...

EDITORIAL: Montana tires of medical pot

By: The Gazette editorial

Make no mistake. Just like Big Tobacco, marijuana is all about money - even in states that say it is all about health care.

The so-called "medical" marijuana industry has used the ruse of health and wellness...