A host of Colorado lawmakers irresponsibly gutted mental health programs during the 1990s in an effort to reduce the size of Colorado’s government.
It all proves that we need gun control like we need a hole in the head, gun-proponents say.
Too soon? Can’t Hickenlooper and others see that it’s too late for the 12 people Holmes slaughtered, the dozens more he injured, and the hundreds that he terrorized?
With all grudging respect due to Arapahoe County District Court Chief Judge William Sylvester, don’t you hush me.
No matter what your spiritual stance, I don’t want to think that any divinity would want this.
Restricting some weapons will increase public safety. That’s reality.
Six days after the seemingly non-stop coverage of the July 20 theater massacre, these are some of the scenes and accounts that will stay with me long after the world grows tired of this story: The car that careened into the parking lot of Gateway High School seven hours after the shootings, transporting a frantic […]
Every person who is clamoring to strike his photo from news coverage of the tragedy couldn’t take their eyes off his glowing-orange weirdness as he sat there in court like a bobble-headed troll doll.
Anyone brave enough to say mental illness doesn’t effect everyone now? There’s no question that the alleged gunman who killed 12 and injured 58 more was severely, very mentally ill. Stockpiling weapons, ammunition and the creation of a circus-like madhouse of booby traps and incendiary devices isn’t “crazy,” it’s mentally ill. The question now is […]