Last month, we interviewed DU law professor Kris McDaniel-Miccio about a lawsuit in Adams County challenging Colorado's ban on same-sex marriages. It's a matter with which she has more than a professional interest: She and her wife, Nan McDaniel, are among the plaintiffs in the case. Now, Judge C. ... More >>
Supporters of two lawsuits attacking Colorado's ban on same-sex marriage are optimistic that a change is coming after a hearing this week in Adams County court. During the proceedings, Judge C. Scott Crabtree clearly seemed to be more persuaded by their arguments than those of Colorado Attorney Gene ... More >>
Yesterday's U.S. Supreme Court decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act is being lauded as a major step in the march toward true equality for gay men and women in America. But did the rationale for rejecting DOMA grow from Colorado's Amendment 2, a 1992 measure that nixed legislation prote ... More >>
Update below: As we've noted, KHOW morning-drive staple Peter Boyles has been off the air since an incident involving longtime producer Greg Hollenbeck on May 23. Yesterday marked the beginning of the second full week without a Boyles appearance on the station, and sans an explanation about his futu ... More >>
Yesterday, Kelsey Whipple wrote about a petition from CU Denver philosophy professor Chad Kautzer to prohibit concealed weapons from state campuses. Our readers responded by debating the pros and cons of the concept. Here's a post citing four reasons to consider such a ban, with one point rules legi ... More >>
Twenty years after Jim Stone first blew the whistle on Rockwell International, he got his day in court -- the Supreme Court.
The Rah Expedition
As part of his never-ending fight against gays, car dealer Will Perkins gets himself "arrested" in Vail.