Author: Jimmy at the Crossroads

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One week ago today, Senate Democrat leader Steve Fenberg introduced Senate Bill 250 to make it harder for Coloradans to recall elected officials, as permitted by the state constitution since 1912. SB21-250 also amends a number of other election matters, including many minor changes and some notable ones. Overall, the legislation is a mixed bag […]

When it comes to campaign finance complaints, Secretary of State Jena Griswold 2021 seems to forget Griswold 2019. Contrary to her past pledges and the law, she is now a “Final Decision Maker.” According to a December 2020 memorandum, Griswold is one of four Final Decision Makers on campaign finance complaints, along with her deputy, […]

I’ll cut to the chase: Gov. Jared Polis’s goal of one million electric vehicles (EVs) on the road by 2030 is unserious, unrealistic and unsmart. Full stop. Pursuing massive greenhouse gas reductions in Colorado (i.e., down 50% by 2030 and 90% by 2050, relative to 2005 levels), Polis set an “ambitious” target for 940,000 EVs […]

On Tuesday, I got my first Moderna COVID-19 shot. As someone who abhors needles, it wasn’t pleasant. But it wasn’t bad, either. With Tylenol in hand and soreness in my arm, I headed home. Other than some chills, lethargy, and muscle and body aches, I was basically fine. Readers may wonder: Given my age (30), […]

Democrats are working diligently to bamboozle the public into supporting two distinct but related power grabs. Yet, history and the Constitution belie their duplicitous narratives about making Washington, D.C., the 51st state and packing the Supreme Court. Last week, the House voted entirely along partisan lines to pass H.R. 51, a Democratic bill to make […]

All six Democrats in Colorado’s congressional delegation are walking on thin ice.  Their overt power-grabs are extraordinary.  Coloradans won’t appreciate it.  The Democratic Congress is jolting America toward stronger one-party rule.  Last week, House Democrats approved a 100% partisan bill to make Washington, D.C. the 51st state.  H.R.51 would inevitably give Democrats two new senators and […]

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 put an ‘A’ in there? How about an ‘I’ or a ‘U?’” Nope. It’s all E’s, all the time. (And once you know that, Sengenberger is EASY!) While that’s a […]

This week, a group of health researchers insisted that Colorado maintain its government-knows-best COVID-19 strategy through at least mid-May, claiming more time for more vaccinations. Modelers at the Colorado School of Public Health confidently insist hospitalizations and deaths will rise if restrictions are eased prematurely. Meanwhile, Douglas County’s Board of County Commissioners unanimously withdrew from […]

Let’s be real: Colorado’s roads suck.  We’re long overdue for improvements of our crumbling roads and bridges; in some places, expansions or new construction are necessary.  But as with anything government does, you have to pay for it somehow.  Leading Democratic legislators are gearing up to drive a sweeping, $4 billion transportation bill.  Reports indicate […]

When Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that Coors Field will host this year’s All-Star Game, Coloradans celebrated. Come mid-July and for the first time since 1998, we will be home plate for an annual extravaganza that excites baseball fans everywhere — giving Denver the attention Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock seek. It will […]


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