Republican Primary voters in Senate District 10 are in the unenviable position of having to choose between the abrasive antics and extreme politics of
Douglas Bruce or the stealth, silent treatment from Ronny May.
The petition signatures are in; Dick Cheneys ultra-conservative voting
record has caused quite a media stir; and Green and Libertarian party
members observed the pomp and circumstance of the GOP convention with
A wise man once told me, in about as many words, that government and laws are created so that stupid people don't desecrate moral universals and hurt people that are already aware and obedient of those ubiquitous ethics.
The city flails in an attempt to partner with Army Corps of Engineers and
increase the budget for its flood control project; and a suit filed against the
Forest Service to temporarily close Gold Camp Road to automobiles appears
to have succee
In Colorado, where trees are barren and the earth is brown eight months out of the year, and where supermarket produce bins are generally stuffed with over-refrigerated, genetically mutated produce from half a world away, the lure of the farmers market is irresistible.
Gonna eat that bacon?" A man with a bushy beard and dirty bandanna wrapped around his head peered over the top of his booth, eyeing either me or my plate of food. He was sitting in the booth in front of me with a woman, three other guys and about 20 empty Coors bottles.