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Littwin quick take: Goodbye Mitt, we knew ye too well

Mitt Romney was saying the other day that he hates to be called a flip-flopper. And yet. A few weeks ago, he shocked the...

Littwin: Someone else, please, in 2016

There are many things in life I don't pretend to understand. Accretion discs. Dynamic scoring. Adam Sandler. But I've always had a pretty good handle...

Hickenlooper campaign allows Beauprez to be formidable foe

The race to be Colorado’s next governor began when Bob Beauprez won the Republican primary in June. The former congressman was considered the moderate...

Wiretap: The astonishing horror of ISIS captivity

In a terrifyingly sad and astonishing story in the New York Times, Rukmini Callimachi tells of the lives lived by the hostages in the days they were held by ISIS.

Republican Governors Association calls Hick “coward” on death penalty

  The Republican Governors Association is out with a new ad this week slamming Hickenlooper on his decision to infinitely delay the execution of convicted...

Chris Christie in Colorado to campaign for Bob Beauprez

  DENVER — New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a tour of downtown Denver today with Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez.  The pair stopped off at...

Wiretap: Universal health care saves lives, capital punishment does not

Mortality rates in Massachusetts fell by 3 percent in the four years after Romneycare began. Steepest declines came in counties with the highest proportion of previously uninsured people.

Wiretap: Big man bully on the west bank of the Hudson

Ryan Lizza's great New Yorker piece is about Chris Christie, Bridgegate, the peculiarities of New Jersey politics and how the big man bullied his way to the top.

Wiretap: Zen Congress still working hard at doing nothing

It's just another day on Capitol Hill, where nothing seems to ever get done.

Colorado’s analog records laws lag behind digital practice

Messages today multiply. One brings another and soon they pile up like grains of sand in the Sahara. Can we really expect officials to keep them all and to deliver them in digestible chunks in a timely way upon request?