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George Athanasopoulos: "By the time you read this, Republican Lauren Boebert will have shocked Colorado’s political establishment by defeating five-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. Reverberations of this race will be felt around the country, with political prognosticators on all sides attempting to rewrite their own erroneous pronouncements while simultaneously trying to digest the consequences of an incumbent’s defeat." Continue Reading

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Mark Hillman: "In Denver, shots were fired into windows at the State Capitol which was vandalized with graffiti. Miscreants sprayed obscenities on the marble marker at the Ralph Carr Judicial Building, ignorant that Gov. Carr had refused to send Japanese Coloradans to internment camps during World War II. They vandalized memorials to Colorado’s Civil War soldiers and to Armenian victims of genocide. Gov. Jared Polis and Mayor Michael Hancock did nothing to protect these public landmarks." Continue Reading

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KC Becker and Steve Fenberg: "The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything we have seen in recent history. In a short amount of time, this public health crisis has transformed our realities, shattered societal norms, and exposed glaring gaps in our system. This pandemic has taught us some tough lessons, one being that we don’t have many of the necessary provisions in place to protect people, our communities, and the economy." Continue Reading

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Dan Haley: "Colorado Politics columnist Paula Noonan recently insinuated that the oil and natural gas industry had something to do with the firing of a former University of Colorado professor, Dr. Detlev Helmig, and former Boulder Daily newspaper reporter John Spina. Neither is correct, which is why her April 30 column ("NOONAN | Plot thickens — along with the methane — in firing of a CU prof and a reporter") was laced only with innuendo instead of facts." Continue Reading

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Doug Robinson: "The marijuana industry hasn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic distract it from its single-minded fixation on congressional approval of the so-called SAFE Banking Act. The proposal would spur billions of dollars of new investment in marijuana companies by granting them greater access to the banking system. It would also bring the marijuana industry a step closer to its ultimate goal: full-scale national marijuana legalization." Continue Reading