Opinion

Monster numbers put up by Eaglecrest, St. Cloud in Florida football shootout

Monster numbers put up by Eaglecrest, St. Cloud in Florida football shootout

The most eye-popping result of the first week of prep football for Aurora teams? Clearly Thursday’s Eaglecrest and St. Cloud (Florida) contest at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando fit the bill. A game so chock-full of action …

Littwin: So much money, so little speech

Littwin: So much money, so little speech

Thanks to the Supreme Court, we have stripped away all the pretenses about money and politics. Money is speech. Speech is money. PACs have evolved (devolved?) into Super PACs and Super PAC dark money has become the black hole of politics

Toon in Tuesday

Toon in Tuesday

DUPUY: Punishing Africa for Buying Our Exports

DUPUY: Punishing Africa for Buying Our Exports

When it comes to Africa, whether we’re talking about Ebola, AIDS, extreme poverty, or religious extremism—the conversation should be more triage than finger wagging. What is the quickest way to help the most people in these countries? First and foremost: economic opportunity—growth

QUIDNUNC: A ruse by any other name is Quid

QUIDNUNC: A ruse by any other name is Quid

Quid doesn’t wear a lot of pants either, if you’re wondering

Toon in Friday

Toon in Friday

Toon in Thursday

Toon in Thursday

EDITORIAL: Hickenlooper should do the right thing in death penalty flap after making the right call on Dunlap execution 

EDITORIAL: Hickenlooper should do the right thing in death penalty flap after making the right call on Dunlap execution 

Hickenlooper should draw on the courage he needed to make this decision last year to fight the good fight against capital punishment during the current election battle, even if being on the right side of this issue just may not be the right thing to do to win a second term

PERRY: Aurora's Plains Conservation Center gives farm-to-table cuisine a kick in the grass

PERRY: Aurora’s Plains Conservation Center gives farm-to-table cuisine a kick in the grass

Much of Denver is unaware that asphalt and concrete are not native ground covers, and that when Europeans moved into the area almost 200 years ago, there were fewer native trees along the Front Range grasslands than there were native people

Toon in Wednesday

Toon in Wednesday