It’s way past time to let this issue take up any more time in Washington or endanger other political careers for no good reason. The U.S. should approve the project — only because almost every argument against the pipeline will be a problem whether the project is built or denied
If the city can’t virtually give away road improvements to residents, Aurora has got a problem.
Because drilling and fracking are so fraught with emotion, confusion and controversy, Aurora missed an opportunity to maintain its position on the high ground in the eyes of residents by being up front about the lease deal, before it became public that it was completed
A review of our endorsements for the 2014 election and links to complete editorials
The latest ads are a shameful, sleazy attempt by Beauprez to smear his opponent in the worst possible way, and they show a tragic lapse of character and judgment
Aurora is expanding steadily, and so, too, are the city’s growing pains. Aurora desperately needs dollars for new roads, wider roads and better roads. The problem? Far more needs than money
Cory Gardner’s campaign has been decimated by deceits and distractions. It’s political bait-and-switch at its worse, and Colorado voters can easily see through it.
But even setting irrational fear aside, the most critical problem with Prop 105 is that it will create a huge new state agency, costing Colorado residents possibly hundreds of millions of dollars a year