Month: November 2020

I’m going to reveal something I’ve never shared publicly before. This New Year’s Eve, it will be seven years since I didn’t jump off a parking garage.  For more than seven years of my life, I was treated for clinical depression and anxiety.  I saw a therapist and a psychiatrist on the regular.  I took various antidepressants […]

GOP concerns about election integrity are warranted. Americans should focus on three keys to ensuring election integrity, for now and the future. (Coauthored with former Colorado Deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Taheri (Staiert).) President Donald Trump’s campaign is embarking on a series of legal challenges in several states, pursuing allegations of voter fraud and process […]

A few weeks ago, I tested positive for COVID-19.  So did my parents, brother, sister and sister’s boyfriend.  It became a family affair.  I know more Coloradans who have contracted the coronavirus in the four weeks than in the previous four months combined.  Thus, I can see firsthand that the number of positive cases is rising, and this highly-contagious […]

Coauthored with former Colorado Deputy Secretary of State Suzanne Taheri (Staiert) President Trump’s campaign has powered ahead with lawsuits in several states, challenging voter fraud and technical problems. Depending on the facts of each case, Trump may be right to do so — and for reasons that are much bigger than himself or his campaign. […]

The year was 2004.  While I was only about 14 years old, I was already a political nerd eager to get involved in Republican politics and help reelect President George W. Bush. That summer, a family friend and regular attendee of the Arapahoe County Republican Men’s Club (ACRMC) invited me to attend the weekly breakfast meeting. […]

Six days before Election Day, as many Colorado voters were filling out their ballots, Gov. Jared Polis offered a Halloween treat.  He declared the state will give nearly 435,000 Coloradans a one-time payment of $375 cash to Coloradans who both filed for unemployment during the pandemic and earn less than $52,000 a year.  Payments are expected to […]


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