Month: August 2020

Coauthored with Centennial Institute Fellow Samuel Lourie Aug. 13, 2020, marked the diplomatic climax of decades of back-channel dealings between Israel and the United Arab Emirates — and the making of history. President Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed jointly announced the agreement to open bilateral relations […]

For months, Democrats have shouted that President Trump wants to “destroy the Post Office” and/or privatize it. Congressional Democrats first pushed for a USPS bailout in April; as Republicans and the Trump administration resisted, the Democrats started crying more about this supposed anti-USPS agenda. Now, as we get closer to November, they’ve ramped up these attacks.  Last […]

Today, Gov. Polis, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, Secretary of State Jenna Griswold, Attorney General Phil Weiser and Denver Clerk and Recorder Paul López will hold a press conference about Colorado’s vote-by-mail (VBM) experience to “push back on President Trump’s false attacks against” mail-ballots.  It’s obviously a coincidence the event is being held on day one of the […]

Colorado’s Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner has accomplished a lot, often in ways that don’t get much attention.  Aug. 4 marked two such achievements: one on environmental conservation and another on Olympics abuse reforms.  Both will have widescale impacts.  Last Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed Gardner’s Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) into law.  The Senate, in an effort led by […]

Portland and Seattle, meet Denver and Aurora.  For the sixth consecutive year, supporters of Colorado’s law enforcement gathered in Civic Center Park on the third Sunday in July for the permitted, Pro-Police Rally Colorado.  Unlike in past years, 2020’s Law Enforcement Appreciation Day event on July 19 was no family-friendly affair.  Rather, it was marred by violence and […]


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