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Wiretap: Bill Clinton, Inc., anger management, and the existentialism of Dylan

The latest Wikileaks email dump dumps all over the Clinton Foundation, highlighting the Clinton campaign's concern about the foundation's big-money foreign donors as well...

Wiretap: Our warring political faiths

In case you haven't noticed, the division between parties in America has become personal. Presumably, we already knew that, but now we really know...

Wiretap: Ebola in America

The likelihood is that it won't spread here because hospitals are prepared. But the problem "will get worse before it gets better."

Wiretap: Refugee children at the (political) border

  James Oliphant asks in the National Journal why Barack Obama won't call the kids at the border "refugees." It's the same reason he...

Littwin: Gardner in Hobby Lobby land

There seems to be some disagreement about how the Hobby Lobby ruling will play out politically on the national stage. There's no question how it will play out politically in Colorado.

Rep. DeGette, ProgressNow join fast-spinning newscycle on Gardner and women’s health

In the digital era, fast-turning messaging cycles like this one are typical, which at this point doesn't seem like a good thing for Gardner. His mixed messages on personhood and contraception are likely to keep spinning like brightly colored pinwheels above his campaign until Election Day.

Littwin: Just answer the question, Mr. Gardner

Cory Gardner's proclaimed movement on 'personhood' is not evolution. What he's doing is much closer to creationism.

Littwin: The ‘war on women’ will get hotter

It was no coincidence that the three justices most actively engaged in the Hobby Lobby contraceptive-mandate argument were the three women justices. It's not just...

Bigfooting, boozing, tweeting: A progressive Colorado legislative scorecard

DENVER — Colorado's 2012 Legislature may not have achieved greatness. It may not have risen above partisan divide to solve complex problems and unify a state. It may not have addressed the state's economic malaise or found a way to reliably fund education for the long term.

The war on women in the U.S.

In recent months we’ve become well aware of how U.S. House Republicans are trying to decimate services of vital importance to women. Don’t take your eyes off your local statehouse, though: There, legislators have pushed the war on women equally far, cracking down on reproductive rights and cutting funding for education