Colorado government

In September 2019, I warned about the dangers of Gov. Jared Polis and his merry band of Green Little Dealers.  Unfortunately, their 2019 climate-centered policies are now coming to roost as Colorado struggles to pull out of the economic malaise brought about by that very same government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “(T)he most pernicious […]

In July 1722, James Franklin, publisher of The New-England Courant, was jailed for publishing something offensive to the government. At that time, James wasn’t a fan of his 16-year-old kid brother, Benjamin, writing for him. To get around James’s annoyance, Ben would write under the pseudonym Silence Dogood. With big brother jailed, Ben did what […]

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, […]

Wednesday, as the U.S. Congress deliberated objections to the Electoral College votes for Arizona, the Capitol fell under siege for the first time since 1814. But in 2021, it was American citizens — not British soldiers — who broke through barricades, climbed Capitol walls and stormed a timeless symbol of republican government. Whether you call […]


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