Another painfully public tale of throwing your daughter under the bus is Rachel Dolezal. While the national discourse instantly tee-heed and tsk-tsked at a white woman identifying herself as black, immediately branding her as a freak, a fraud and a phony—we all missed the real story. Why are her parents on TV at all?
The gun-ta-vists will say that I and other others like me are exploiting this tragedy. No. It was the exploitation of America’s lack of gun control and everything else wrong here that led to another nine people being gunned down.
Texas may remember the Alamo, but here along the Rocky Mountains, we remember Roamin’ Roy “Smoochie Dude” Romer, Flaming Sheriff Terry Maketa, and closer to home, Arapahoe County Clerk and Super Sexter Tracy “Hunka Hunka Burning” Baker.
After watching the big Jeb! announcement, all I could think of was that Hillary Clinton must be ecstatic. Come on. Who else would she rather run against — I mean, other than Lindsey Graham or Ted Cruz? Or Ben Carson or Mike Huckabee? Or Chris Christie or Bobby Jindal? Jeb! has a lot of things […]
When I think modern progressive burger company—I think Portlandia sketch. Not the salads-have-more-calories-than-the-burgers restaurant genre. McDonald’s as modern and progressive makes me think McPropaganda.
In 1915, Polish immigrant Nathan Handwerker bought a hot dog stand in Coney Island and went about undercutting the boardwalk’s other restaurants by half. These five-cent sandwiches were so much cheaper than other offerings consumers were leery of their content. To counter this, Handwerker famously hired actors to wear lab coats and eat his hot […]
You can see the problem here. You can’t be a moderate and win the Republican nomination. You can’t be too hard right and win a U.S. Senate seat.
Get real. Real sells these days. Aurora: Your Plain Statuesque Cousin That Drives An Anschutz And Parties With Buckley At Gaylord
Cherry Creek schools doesn’t bust the chops of employees who bend the rules or look the other way so a kid can eat, get on a team, make a field trip or have a coat to get them to school in the winter
“There are still people who won’t get on an elevator with me,” Pam said. While working as a lobbyist at the Colorado state Capitol about 10 years ago, there were Republican lawmakers who regularly sneered and snubbed her, and often let her ride up to the second story in the elevator alone. She laughs it off.