The Sentinel’s position that incarceration is not the answer for a repeat drunken driver ignores the obvious reality that someone who is incarcerated in a locked facility cannot endanger our community by continuing to drive
The real work that needs to be done here is not in fact-checking, but in explaining why Trump seems so intent on confirming the impression that he is the deeply ignorant demagogue Democrats want you to think he is.
Coffman is the only Republican to say Trump doesn’t smell very good, but missed making the list in The Hill of those who insist Trump actually reeks.
It’s not a joke because this guy could actually be president in what would be a major test of the American democratic project — which is something he didn’t build, but something he might well tear down.
The only human intervention that can save his campaign at this point —- and spare America four years of Hillary Clinton — is for the people who love Trump to lock him into a soundproof booth until November 9th
We’ll be judged in the very same way generations have been judged by how they dealt with George Wallace, David Duke, Joseph McCarthy, Adolph Hitler and Manuel Noriega. We will all soon have to own up to how we handled the Trump nomination
It’s the Republican candidates who pose the real threat to Coffman. For him to win in November, Coffman will probably have to rely on voters splitting their tickets not just once, but repeatedly, in an era when ticket-splitting is as out of fashion as taxi-hailing.
Quid suggests that Nelson go long this time and include these highlights from his career: Trump University, Confessor Emeritus.
Don’t think for a second that state courts or a state of emergency order from the governor wouldn’t force Aurora and Denver to ration what’s left and supply surrounding communities when drought gets real