Guess who’s financing the destruction of Colorado’s economy

DENVER — The radical environmental issue committee, YES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY OVER FRACKING, turned in petitions for two anti-fracking measures to the Colorado Secretary of State last week. Reports have surfaced that the petitions may be lacking, and efforts are likely driven by out of state interests, but we now know the operations are financed in

August 10th, 2016|All|

Jenise May either dishonest or negligent – either way unfit for office

DENVER — Former Colorado State Rep. Jenise May told The Colorado Independent yesterday she was unaware she could not be both a candidate for office and a staff member for the Speaker of the state House at the same time. According to the Independent:The next year, she ran for state Senate and stirred controversy when she

August 9th, 2016|All|

Obama pays $400 million ransom to Iran – Bennet’s silence deafening

DENVER — News broke early this week that the Obama administration arranged an airlift of $400 million in cash to the government of Iran in January, suspiciously timed with Iran’s release of four American citizens it held captive. While Obama Administration officials deny any link between the two events, senior members of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard beg

August 3rd, 2016|All|

Daniel Kagan, in desperate search of a spine, flip-flops on statewide socialized medicine

DENVER — State Representative Daniel Kagan, D-Englewood, finds himself in hot water for backtracking on his support of Amendment 69, a multi-billion dollar socialized medicine tax increase proposal that Colorado voters will decide upon this November.Kagan, a former teamster, is running for a state Senate seat this fall, and faces a formidable opponent in popular Arapahoe County

July 11th, 2016|All|

Democrat candidate for CU Regent running to be own boss

DENVER — The Democratic candidate for November’s CU Regent at Large race announced this week that she has accepted a six-figure job at the very university she is running to oversee.Alice Madden, the former Democratic House Majority Leader, will take over as executive director of the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy and the Environment

June 15th, 2016|All|

UNBELIEVABLE: Veterans Affairs chief likens wait times to Disney rides

DENVER — Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald has come under fire for appalling remarks he made at a breakfast gathering on Monday.In response to ongoing questions regarding the lengthy wait times veterans face to receive health care, Secretary McDonald offered this shocker:“When you go to Disney, do they measure the number of hours you

May 24th, 2016|All|

Colorado job creators to feel the squeeze from new federal regulation

DENVER — The U.S. Department of Labor yesterday announced a new rule concerning overtime pay for Americans making under $50,000. What was designed to help these workers already looks far more likely to hurt them instead.​Under the new regulation, salaried workers who make up to $47,476 per year will be required to receive time-and-a-half overtime

May 19th, 2016|All|