Month: July 2020

As a proud product of Cherry Creek Schools, I was both pleased and relieved when I learned the school district plans to reopen schools for in-person learning.  As I read up on its plan for reopening schools, I thought they hit the right marks.  The district intends to reopen schools for in-person PreK-12 learning and will continue […]

Last week, the Colorado State Board of Education unanimously approved a measure enabling school districts to “choose their own way of determining if (high school) students are proficient in English and math, instead of using the 11 ways the state had approved.” Not only does it make sense to ensure school districts can assess student performance […]

Last week, a Facebook friend shared a meme that caught fire a couple months ago.  Originally from an anonymous 4chan post and then made viral by @ANTICHRISTJARED on Twitter, the “Shopping Cart Theory” meme claims to determine if you are a good or bad person based on whether you return your shopping cart. The theory itself […]

Black Lives Matter activists cite Douglass’s 1852 speech ‘What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?’ as proof America is evil. They utterly miss his point. Last week on CNN, as contributor Angela Rye accused White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnaney and President Trump of failing to understand the history of black America, she […]

Lucian Truscott is the sixth-generation great-grandson of Thomas Jefferson. Truscott seems to think his family history (being a direct descendant of the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third U.S. president) gives him all credibility to call for the Jefferson Memorial to be removed. Truscott contends “we don’t need” the monument. Monticello is […]

As the General Assembly readied its return to the people’s business, I urged the legislature to reassert its place in the constitutional order. “Emergency powers do not suspend state and federal constitutions and nullify laws,” I wrote on May 18.  “King Polis should be dethroned and demoted back to governor.  Let the General Assembly begin the revolution when […]


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