Government

Guest Column: Loveland’s fracking vote not just a local matter

Residents of Loveland recently voted against a citywide ban on the energy extraction method known as hydraulic fracturing or “fracking.” Far from being a local matter, their decision to reject the two-year drilling moratorium could have dramatic consequences for millions… Continue reading

Whose at War with Women? Obama and Udall!

There are so many issues more important today than abortion and birth control. Let’s talk about the cost of living. Let’s talk about our worries about health care costs. Let’s talk about what to do to ensure more job security. Continue reading

“Humanitarian Catastrophe” or Murder…

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit the Holocaust museum in Washington DC. I highly recommend visiting, if you have not been there. The museum takes the visitor through the events that led up to the atrocities, the trials and includes following life journeys of some of the survivors. A historical lens worth looking into. Continue reading

Mandatory Quality in Colorado

The state of Colorado’s politicians decided a few years ago to develop alliances for childhood development in each county to better serve the population with a conglomerate of interested parties giving feedback on how to spend early childhood funds. These… Continue reading

Will Mark Udall’s ‘War on Women’ Tactics Work?

Sen. Mark Udall’s campaign consultants must be scratching their heads. After months of paying for expensive ads focused almost exclusively on birth control and abortion, their candidate remains statistically tied with his opponent, Congressman Cory Gardner, in the polls. A… Continue reading

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder with Contraception

Senator Udall, really…this again…pitting women against women, using single ladies as pawns?  Your chess game is getting very predictable.  Have you forgotten the queen does as she pleases?  You try to make women believe that contraception is… Continue reading

Problem Solving Immigration

Ellis Island was the hub of United States immigration for roughly 40 years, and most Americans today will tell you they had a relative whose name can be found on those famous walls. From New York, I have a few.… Continue reading

Regulators Wore Us Down

Spiders and I go back a long way. I’ve found them in my car, my shoes, even a cup of coffee. I used to scream, jump and run. That is, until the spiders wore me down.

I was living in… Continue reading

Human Trafficking–what can I do about it?

There has been a tremendous amount of conversation in the media about Human Trafficking. The release of the State Department’s 2014 Trafficking in Person’s Report and the FBI’s summary of Operation Cross County success has brought this to light and… Continue reading

Butt Out of my Medicine Cabinet-It’s Not About Birth Control

The Supreme Court today sided with Hobby Lobby, and other similarly situated privately held companies, allowing them to choose not to offer specific types of birth control in their health benefits package.

The religious freedom argument is ubiquitous today, and… Continue reading

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