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Category: Law

GOP supports (their own) gun-free zones

A number of Republicans, while denouncing gun-free zones for others, enforce a few for themselves. An article on Alternet notes five places that Republicans, for their own personal safety, maintain […]

Unexpected sources

It was cold and snowing yesterday, and I spent the afternoon playing video games. Some Assassin’s Creed: Origins, a bit of Warframe, but mostly Civilization VI. The latter is full of […]

Walmart: Just another shooting

By now you may have heard about the Walmart shooting here in Thornton, CO, Wednesday evening. And one or two of you might even have remembered I live here. But […]

If they’d been armed …

I’ve already had my say on this subject. Far too many times. Congress and the NRA can go peddle their excuses somewhere else.

Roe v Wade, 44 years strong today

I almost overlooked this with the Women’s March yesterday. And this is really a part of that. Today is the 44th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that freed […]

Death with dignity approved in Colorado

More important to me than the presidential election was Colorado’s Proposition 106 – the Colorado End-of-Life Options Act. And it was approved overwhelmingly. I can’t express how relieved I am […]

We need more Elizabeth Warrens

On September 20, before the Senate Banking Committee, Sen. Elizabeth Warren ripped Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf to shreds (over the opening of as many as 2 million unauthorized accounts). […]

Got him! Local graffiti vandal caught

I’m delighted to report that the jerk seen spray-painting the boulders on Lookout Mountain a few days ago has been caught. And I’m even angrier now that I’ve learned he’s […]

Hang ’em high

Our local KMGH Channel 7 ran this story at 6 pm. Also KUSA Channel 9, KDVR, KCNC, and The Denver Post. Two vandals were caught in the act and on camera, brazenly spray […]

Special interests doom Zika funding

A bill in the US Senate that would have funded research to fight the Zika virus in this country failed yesterday. Why would such a critically important bill be voted down? […]