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Target Practice In The Coloradoan, Stephen Meyer took aim at Colorado gun laws: “Twenty months into implementation, Colorado's gun-control laws are mostly unenforceable and have...
After a heated magazine-ban hearing, odd-couple Senators Guzman and Cooke talk and listen, rib and sip.
How will they react to a rule set to come today from the labor department stating that any employee can take leave from work to care for a same-sex spouse no matter whether or not they "live in a state that recognizes their marital status"?
It's primary week and finally there's news. We have our first-ever shakeup at the top of the Littwin Weekly GOP Governor's Race Rankings. As LeBron James so ably put it, history is made to be broken.
Is American exceptionalism over? Maybe and, if so, Peter Beinart argues conservatives who blame Obama should look to themselves.
Schooley graduated in 1998, just before the massacre at Columbine, which is mere miles from here. After the shooting Friday, he put on his Arapahoe High letterman’s jacket and stood at the intersection by the school with candle in a Dixie cup.
Magpul Industries has remained quiet in the wake of news that the shooter in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary school used three of the company's 30-round ammunition magazines. The silence is a departure.
The recent Colorado Quinnipiac poll on gun control turned up contradictory but not surprising results: a majority of Colorado voters said they disapprove of the state's "strict new gun laws” even while approving of the substance of the laws.