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Supreme Court finds for Christian baker in same-sex wedding cake case

Supreme Court finds for Christian baker in same-sex wedding cake case

In a 7 to 2 ruling the Supreme Court found that Christian baker, Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cake in Denver.  The Colorado Civil Rights Commission, and later the state courts,  ruled in 2012 incident, that Mr. Phillips had discriminated against David Mullins and Charlie Craig for refusing to bake them a cake for their same sex wedding.  […]

Liberal Lawmakers Tout States’ Rights in ‘Sanctuary’ Push

Liberal Lawmakers Tout States’ Rights in ‘Sanctuary’ Push

Democratic lawmakers made Colorado the latest state to consider a so-called “sanctuary state” bill Monday. The legislation would limit cooperation with U.S. immigration officials under the guise of offering “protection for Colorado residents from federal government overreach based on a person’s status.” Colorado House Bill 17-1230, introduced by State Rep. Joseph Salazar, would prohibit the […]

Colorado Wants Trump To Make EPA Pay Claims On Mile Spill

Colorado Wants Trump To Make EPA Pay Claims On Mile Spill

Citizens of the Rocky Mountain state are relying on the incoming Trump administration to require that the EPA pay damages in the wake of a massive agency-caused toxic water spill in Colorado. Republicans and Democrats have criticized the agency’s decision to ignore victims associated with the Gold King Mine spill, which released 3 million gallons […]

EPA’s dangerous regulatory pollution

EPA’s dangerous regulatory pollution

By Paul Driessen Agency’s deceptive practices, human experiments and unjustified regulations cost us dearly If you’re wondering whether to trust the Environmental Protection Agency on mercury, ozone, climate change or other regulatory actions, you need look no further than how it has handled particulates. EPA whitewashed the toxic flashflood it caused in Colorado. But it says […]

Fracturing common sense: Colorado extremists want to ban fracking, oil, gas, jobs, revenues, property rights

Fracturing common sense:  Colorado extremists want to ban fracking, oil, gas, jobs, revenues, property rights

By Paul Driessen Horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has given the USA and world centuries of new petroleum supplies, pharm lowered energy prices for manufacturers, motorists and consumers, and altered geopolitics for the Middle East, Russia and Venezuela. New natural gas supplies provide low-cost petrochemical feed stocks, and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by fueling […]

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

By George Miller With some races still close to call, Clinton and Trump are the big winners for respective Democrat and Republican primaries in 13 states in what is known as “Super Tuesday,” the single biggest primary day of the election. Sanders won a few, as did Cruz. Rubio won only in Minnesota.   State Repub Dem […]

Government’s Gold King Mine whitewash: Do as I say, not as I do

Government’s Gold King Mine whitewash: Do as I say, not as I do

Marijuana: A Better Plan

Marijuana: A Better Plan

  . By Thomas L. Knapp In 2014, Florida’s legislature passed the Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act. The idea was to make strains of marijuana that are low in THC (the stuff that gets you high) and high in CBD (the stuff that helps children with seizure disorders) legal with a doctor’s prescription. A year-and-a-half later, […]

Obama says Planned Parenthood shootings in Colorado show need for gun control

Obama says Planned Parenthood shootings in Colorado show need for gun control

President Obama condemned the shooting deaths at a Colorado Planned Parenthood office Saturday, saying America cannot allow such gun violence to become “normal.” “Enough is enough,” Mr. Obama said in a statement. “This is not normal. We can’t let it become normal.” The president said if Americans “truly care” about preventing violence, “then we have […]

Teen Sexting: Time to Decriminalize Childhood Mistakes

Teen Sexting: Time to Decriminalize Childhood Mistakes

  . By Thomas L. Knapp Disturbing: Reports of a “sexting ring” involving a large number of Colorado teens. More disturbing: The legal response. “Hundreds of students at Cañon City High School who gave little thought to taking and sharing nude pictures of themselves or classmates could now face criminal charges of child pornography,” reports […]

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