Mitt Romney.Denver blog post collection one for the week. Colorado Independent's Scot Kersgaard on Mitt Romney love in Colorado. Fans include Bill Owens, John Suthers, Bob Beauprez, Wayne Allard, Hank Brown and more, more, more! Elephant Journal's Julie (JC) Peters: Why lying broken in a pi ... More >>
Tom Tancredo.Update below: As big-name Republicans begin to rally 'round gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes -- former senators Hank Brown and Wayne Allard signed on yesterday -- any GOP hopes of Maes stepping aside evaporates. So while today is the deadline for Maes's lieutenant governor pick, ... More >>
In politics, timing is everything. Timing and money -- big money, in the case of anyone who's going to take on barely incumbent Senator Michael Bennet, who's already raised over $2 million to retain an office he's held for fewer than eight months. The money was a major obstacle in any run ag ... More >>
The knock on Tom Strickland, during his two unsuccessful runs for the Senate, was that he was a (shudder) "lobbyist-lawyer." Not as appealing, it turned out, as folksy horse-vet Wayne Allard, whose basic charm seemed to be an almost complete absence of anything that might be described as a fres ... More >>
Click here to see a larger image; it'll take a few seconds. The last election put many Republicans out of work. As difficult as it is to feel sorry for Bob Schaffer, Tom Tancredo, Wayne Allard and Marilyn Musgrave, it's even more difficult to imagine them dusting off their resumes and seeking ... More >>
From the week of 9/20/2007
Colorado Republican leader Dick Wadhams thinks the 2008 Democratic National Convention will help his party, too.
Illegal immigrants are using stolen identities to work. But whose are they?
Rocky Flats is on trial. Finally.
You need a high school diploma to enlist -- or a recruiter willing to bend the rules.
When Reverend Benjamin Reynolds opened his church to gays, some called it a sin. He calls it a mission from God.
TO: President Bush
RE: Air Force Academy
From the week of February 12, 2004
Colorado is hot. Too hot.
A year later, these female cadets are still waiting for an apology. A lawsuit may be their only hope.
Unless you're Amarzaya Toodoi, a young Mongolian student trying to return to Denver in a post-9/11 world.
Follow the Leader
On the Prowl
Krist Novoselic has punk and politics on the brain.
It's ready, fire, aim for the Libertarian candidate for Senate.
A page-one story about Bill Owens was wrong. So why isn't the governor angry?
Who's on First?
Is that a tuba in your pocket?
On Mother's Day, Constance Rolon will be waiting for her son. Waiting for answers.
The Cold War has ended, but the fight over where to put a Rocky Flats museum has just begun.
Arvada wants to bite off a chunk of Rocky Flats.
The Lost Pages!
Superfund ombudsman Robert Martin is either a white knight -- or an EPA whitewash.
Winning the Governor's Mansion could be a religious experience for the GOP.
Armed with deep pockets, Terry Walker mounts a bid for governor.
Next month, Colorado voters will decide whether the state's $5 billion worth of tax-exempt properties are all charity cases.
The story of Gale Norton's last-minute return of campaign contributions from Lloyd's of London investors.