Because the bar is so high to get to wear a badge in places like Aurora, we’re much more inclined to trust rather than verify
In other words: If Iran’s leaders ever want to get paid off for not making a bomb, they should take the deal as offered. I don’t think John Kerry could put it any better.
In any case, I doubt if many votes will change in 2016 because Clinton used a “homebrew email server” — the apparent term of art for the Clinton setup — when she was Secretary of State instead of using a government account
But Fan Fare has always been another animal, and the city knew well before it jumped in with $4 million to send the building to meet its maker.
If you look past the Democratic boycott and past the GOP’s fawning Bibi BFF love-fest and past the regrettable fact of a Joe Biden-free joint session, it was pretty much like any other day at the Republican-controlled Congress. Benjamin Netanyahu certainly fit right in. Like the Republicans, he doesn’t like what Barack Obama is doing. […]
Despite the dishonest rhetoric spread by our opponents, the Gaylord project will be an economic engine for the City of Aurora infusing more than $273 million new dollars into the city each year
I’ve never seen a bigger trail of indiscretions than what’s being laid out by Denver hotel magnates and outstate politicians
Example number one: There would be less reporting recently on the plight of homeless veterans had Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald not lied about his military experience.
The irony, of course, is if Bill were a journalist—if we held him to any known journalistic standards—he’d be out of a job. Being a fake journalist pretending to have been in combat zones has much better job security.