DENVER — While Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold aggressively pursues a lawsuit against a conservative nonprofit over so-called “black money” political spending, she has remained conspicuously silent on progressive organizations outside of the United States. State doing the exact same thing on a much larger scale in Colorado. ARead More →

As businesses have begun to reopen, we have been increasingly harassed by business owners, especially restaurants and similar service-based workplaces, who insist that they face a labor shortage. The argument, according to some, is that unemployment benefits are too generous and discourage work, preventing employers from hiring workers. Fortunately, theseRead More →

Robert Owens felt defeated and helpless on Sunday as he waited in the Louisiana capital for one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the United States. The 27-year-old had spent anxious days watching long lines of cars evacuate from Baton Rouge, bound for safer locations out of state asRead More →