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Jimmy’s Denver Gazette Column | Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters must resign

Election integrity is critical, lest voters lose faith in election outcomes. Perhaps the most crucial element of election integrity is voters’ trust in election officials to perform their duties responsibly, without partisanship and according to the law. Secretary of State Jena Griswold (Democrat) and Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters (Republican) are prime examples of glaring […]

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Jimmy’s Colorado Politics Column | Afghanistan falls; our credibility ebbs

In his hasty removal of American forces from Afghanistan, President Biden utterly and destructively botched the withdrawal.  The consequences are horrifically and irreparably devastating, raising serious questions about the intelligence and planning used to execute Biden’s rash operation. There’s one question Coloradans must ask above all others, however: What did our resident Senate Intelligence Committee […]

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Jimmy’s Denver Gazette Column | Beth McCann upholds mob justice

On May 28, 2020, Jennifer Watson was driving west on Colfax when she unexpectedly came upon a protest of the police killing of George Floyd three days earlier in Minneapolis. The unpermitted gathering had taken over the streets. Unsure what to do, Watson followed a few other cars as they turned left onto Broadway. Suddenly […]

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Jimmy’s Colorado Politics Column | Ending GOP primary would backfire

There’s a movement afoot in the Colorado Republican Party to abandon the state’s open-primary system and exclusively use the caucus-assembly process.  The main argument against open primaries seems like common sense: unaffiliated voters should not be involved in determining who either party runs as their nominee for any position.  Unfortunately, opting out will generate unintended […]

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Jimmy’s Denver Gazette Column | ‘Investigation’ lets Tay thumb his nose at justice

On Tuesday, news broke that an investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James concluded Gov. Andrew Cuomo had sexually harassed and intimidated at least 11 women, including subordinates in his office. The complete report was provided to the state’s legislature and local authorities. Fortunately for New Yorkers, their attorney general is obliged to publicly […]

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