I always hesitate to compliment Jared Polis for fear that any kind word from me backfires. It could anger his progressive supporters who have …

I always hesitate to compliment Jared Polis for fear that any kind word from me backfires. It could anger his progressive supporters who have …

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As ride-share and delivery workers, we’ve seen first-hand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives and, like many Coloradans, we are j…

The closure of schools has been a moral travesty. However, not all schools and school leaders have kowtowed to school employee union pressure …

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The labor movement took a beating last week, but don’t hold your breath waiting for the media to say so. Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Bes…

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I know, I know: Jimmy Sengenberger is a hard name to remember. As a former kindergartener, I get it. Sengenberger can get confusing. “Should I…

2020 was, without question, a year of crisis. Lives lost, social upheaval and economic shutdown. But now, some positive news, and an opportuni…

In 2018, during my first legislative session under the Golden Dome, the most significant piece of legislation that we passed was Senate Bill 1…

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With many States eliminating all COVID-19-related restrictions and delegating that decision-making to local governments, it is time to address…

SAN DIEGO • Courtney Porter, 23, sat on a wall in front of the San Diego Convention Center last week with a backpack and carry-on suitcase. He…

GILA BEND, Arizona • Tim Micklin sells thick woolen blankets and large specialty flags out of the back of a white van in Gila Bend.

There’s “no migrant ‘surge’ at the U.S. southern border,” a Washington Post headline declared on March 25, the report asserting there is neith…

My first in-person church service in a year was this past Easter Sunday, a shaky blend of awkward joy that seemed to mark the next stage of so…