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Wiretap: Here comes the Trump pivot as he now turns to...

Donald Trump wants to build a new wall, this time to keep the legal immigrants out. It's a metaphorical wall this go-round. And, in...

Guest Post: I’m a veteran who is transgender. These are the...

On 26 July 2017, President Trump used his primary method of communication – Twitter – to drop a bombshell on the U.S. military, stating...

State House says hell no on religious exemptions bill

Even in redder-than-red Indiana, discriminating against someone because of their sexual orientation is frowned upon. Look at the outcry that came from business leaders...

Ugandan LGBT activist asks Colorado students for solidarity

Clare Byarugaba traveled from Uganda this month to plea with Colorado's student activists to support her country’s LGBT community, which has been under government...

Religion still won’t be an excuse to discriminate in Colorado

  House Republicans this week tried again to convince Democrats to allow business owners to discriminate against customers who violate their religious views. The Republican bill...

Principal of discrimination-charged charter school leaves for similarly-charged district

The Longmont Times-Call reported today that BJ Buchmann, the Twin Peaks Charter principal who refused to allow valedictorian Evan Young to give a graduation...

Lakeside Amusement Park cops bark at disabled customers: No service dogs...

Maureen Stevens was glad to have her service dog Chester standing calmly in front of her while she filmed a Lakeside police officer screaming at...

Senate advances repeal of Colorado Civil Rights Act

Republicans in the Senate again used their new majority to strike out at a measure passed during the 2013 Democratic super-majority session.

Lawmakers shoot down bill that could have allowed religious student groups...

State lawmakers have narrowly killed a bill that would have freed up state money to religious student groups – even those demonstrating prejudice in picking their leaders.

Courts consistently allow flagrant discrimination against LGBT jurors

“I believe that people who are either transsexuals or transvestites — I don’t know what the proper term is — traditionally are more liberal-minded thinking people, tend to associate more with the defendants because, obviously, they have been either ridiculed before or are feeling in a position of being in a microscope all the time and are outcasts which lends themselves to associating more with the defendant.”