Denver can keep A-Line now that they’ve piddled all over it. “A” is for “You Broke it. You Own It.”
An extraordinary $2 million is set aside for bike improvements this year. While I’m glad to see it, it’s a joke when you consider city residents say it’s a priority
The only surprise is that this glance backward to the ’90s has happened so quickly. It is still May, and the election, I fear, is not until November.
If you ever spent as much as a moment complaining about the demonstrably unjust and violent treatment of protesters at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies, now’s a great time to take a long, hard look in the mirror and consider your own hypocris
Sanders’ near victory represents the biggest push by the Democratic left since McGovern, and the great news is that won’t end in a McGovernite disaster.
If you were in a coma or out having a life, Keyser’s campaign in the past week has nearly brought the curtain down on itself by mishandling a scandal about forged petition signatures.
Hysterical talk about little girls being accosted in bathrooms by burly men in or out of dresses fired up the tin-foil-hat brigade, even prompting some folks in places where this kind of thing is sport — READ: Texas — that a true, ‘Murican deputy would shoot any dude sporting some XX genes in the little girls room with their little girl.
It’s broken promises that have earned both Jeb Bush and Lindsay Graham a lack of respect from Republican voters. Throughout social media, conservative anger toward Bush and Graham equals that of Roman Senator Cato the Elder who ended speeches with, “…and Carthage must be destroyed.” Today, conservatives begin and end their diatribes with “Bush and […]
If Keyser had stopped there, though, with a barrage of non-answers, he might have been all right. If he had had any of the Gardner panache and not so much of the Rubio flop sweat, he still might have survived.