Kelly Sloan

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It took far too long to get it done, but Germany and the U.S. have finally seen fit to supply the beleaguered Ukrainians with the top-end tanks they begged for for weeks. The whole tank drama was a spectacle that illustrated disunity within NATO, the inability of German Chancellor Olaf Schol…

Paula Noonan

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Colorado passed landmark environmental legislation in 2019, SB19-181, concerning “additional public welfare protections regarding the conduct of oil and gas operations.” The object of the law is to place public health and safety as the most important consideration influencing oil and gas dri…

Hal Bidlack

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If you’ve lived in Colorado for more than, say, a couple of months, you likely have noticed that, in a number of very interesting ways, we are kind of two states smushed together. There is the Front Range, wherein a bit more than eight of every 10 Coloradans live, and then there are the east…

Jimmy Sengenberger

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Several Democrats and Republicans in the General Assembly are leading an essential effort to strengthen laws against surging motor vehicle theft in Colorado. This follows a call from Gov. Jared Polis in his State of the State address to “get tough on auto theft sentencing.” It’s about time.

Miller Hudson

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Seventy years ago, the nuns at Holy Rosary Elementary in Idaho Falls had an exceptionally dim view of lying. Though not regarded a mortal sin that would sentence one to perdition for all eternity, it was evident that, absent absolution, miscreants were destined for extended penance in Purgat…

Jon Caldara

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It’s hard to believe it’s been a year-and-a-month since the Marshall Fire swept through my neighbors in Superior and Louisville. It wasn’t much longer back in time it happened to folks near Colorado Springs.