Jimmy Sengenberger

Election integrity is critical, lest voters lose faith in election outcomes. Perhaps the most crucial element of election integrity is voters’ trust in election officials to perform their duties responsibly, without partisanship and according to the law. Secretary of State Jena Griswold (Democrat) and Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters (Republican) are prime examples of glaring […]

In his hasty removal of American forces from Afghanistan, President Biden utterly and destructively botched the withdrawal.  The consequences are horrifically and irreparably devastating, raising serious questions about the intelligence and planning used to execute Biden’s rash operation. There’s one question Coloradans must ask above all others, however: What did our resident Senate Intelligence Committee […]

On May 28, 2020, Jennifer Watson was driving west on Colfax when she unexpectedly came upon a protest of the police killing of George Floyd three days earlier in Minneapolis. The unpermitted gathering had taken over the streets. Unsure what to do, Watson followed a few other cars as they turned left onto Broadway. Suddenly […]

There’s a movement afoot in the Colorado Republican Party to abandon the state’s open-primary system and exclusively use the caucus-assembly process.  The main argument against open primaries seems like common sense: unaffiliated voters should not be involved in determining who either party runs as their nominee for any position.  Unfortunately, opting out will generate unintended […]

On Tuesday, news broke that an investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James concluded Gov. Andrew Cuomo had sexually harassed and intimidated at least 11 women, including subordinates in his office. The complete report was provided to the state’s legislature and local authorities. Fortunately for New Yorkers, their attorney general is obliged to publicly […]

At this moment, Investigations Law Group is still conducting its “independent investigation” into accusations of sexual assault against Denver Public Schools board member Tay Anderson, allegedly involving more than 60 DPS students.  The investigation, for which ILG was hired in April, is expected to wrap up come mid-August.  Yet even though Anderson is the subject of an ongoing […]

Couathored with University of Colorado Regent-at-Large Heidi Ganahl. These days, it’s hard to have a genuine, comprehensive conversation about how best to solve problems plaguing our state and country. Then, things often get “wonky” when you actually try to explain your ideas. Higher education presents a unique opportunity to agree on a problem, discuss straightforward […]

Couathored with University of Colorado Regent-at-Large Heidi Ganahl. If you live and work in Colorado, America’s eighth-most expensive state to live in, you typically need a college degree to get by. Seventy-four percent of all jobs here require it. Colorado is also one of the most expensive to get that degree. Tuition and fees have […]

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 […]

If there was ever a clear case why Tay Anderson is unfit to be a Denver Public Schools board member, it was made plain Wednesday at a press conference where he triumphantly declared his return to board duties. The announcement came 14 weeks after DPS launched an independent investigation into sexual assault allegations against him […]


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