• EDITORIAL: Gov. Walker paved way for success

    The Gazette editorial
    Updated: Fri, Mar 13, 2015

    In a state that has voted for the Democratic presidential candidate in all seven elections since 1988, Gov. Scott Walker is showing fellow Republicans throughout the country how it can be done. Without evident concern for political fallout, Walker has spent five years standing up to...

  • LETTERS: Assault on liberty; critical issue to address

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Mar 13, 2015

    Assault on our liberty? Doreen Hendrickson, wife of the author of the book "Cracking the Code" that exposes the IRS fraud that is being perpetrated on the American people, is being subjected to malicious prosecution by government thugs. The charge is "contempt of court" for her...

  • Teaching is hard work, but effort is worth it

    By Patricia Rodriguez
    Published: Fri, Mar 13, 2015

    Five days a week, I load my backpack into my car and drive 25 minutes to Panorama Middle School. It's quiet when I get there, but I'm quickly greeted by the clamor of 500 students hustling to their lockers. My favorite part of the day is morning duty in the auditorium, where I...

  • FAGIN: Rule of law at stake in King v. Burwell

    BARRY FAGIN
    Published: Thu, Mar 12, 2015

    Hubris, exaggerated pride or confidence in one's actions, knows no political boundaries. Power breeds arrogance on both sides of the aisle. Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for a case that would have never existed but for the hubris of the left. The law is Obamacare....

  • LETTERS: Something needs to change; undermining negotiations with Iran

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Mar 12, 2015

    Something needs to change Am I the only one completely perplexed by this city's ineptitude at marketing our No. 1 resource, Pikes Peak? This is America's mountain after all, and in addition to hosting the second oldest motor sport event in the country, The Pikes Peak International...

  • EDITORIAL: We must defend free speech

    The Gazette editorial
    Updated: Tue, Mar 10, 2015

    Suppose a member of the Westboro Baptist Church walks into a bakery demanding a cake that features the organization's infamous slogan "God Hates (Gays)." The baker refuses. She will sell the man cake but will not design an obnoxious message. Most would sympathize with the baker. In a...

  • LETTERS: Pothole sponsors, snow removal; get back to reality

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Mar 9, 2015

    Pothole sponsors, snow removal OK, the planners of the "City for Champions" want new buildings downtown. Before they start that kind of thinking, maybe they should consider the conditions of the streets and roadways that will lead to these new venues. We all know how bad the streets...

  • EDITORIAL: Paid leave mandate would kill jobs

    The Gazette editorial
    Published: Sun, Mar 8, 2015

    The last thing Colorado needs is a law that makes it harder to find a job, cuts deeper into take-home pay and renders the state less attractive to prospective employers. House Bill 1258 would do all three. It's not packaged that way, of course. Instead, it is cloaked in the glimmer of...

  • LETTERS: Make this election different; issues with senior center

    Published: Sun, Mar 8, 2015

    Make this election different Is being gay a choice or not? What does it matter? If Ben Carson holds the opinion that a gay lifestyle is a choice, what does it matter? If Ben Carson were president of the United States and held that view, what would it matter? Dr. Carson has made it...

  • GUEST COLUMN: Rallying around the Colorado Springs flag

    ALEX JOHNSON
    Published: Sat, Mar 7, 2015

    If one passes by at the right moment, one might catch a glimpse of a weather-worn banner waving outside a downtown Colorado Springs building; it's an obscure flag, a hexagon on a white field surrounded on three sides by Air Force blue: This is the flag of the great city of Colorado...

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