We can’t stop other states from making their firearm freakshows any worse than they already are, but we shouldn’t have to let the armed and dangerous disasters they create come to Colorado to kill and maim us because the NRA tells you so
Hashim Tarik Coates, 41, was charged March 8 with one felony count of illegally discharging a firearm and misdemeanor counts of patronizing a prostitute, soliciting a prostitute and criminal mischief. Court records say the incident happened in December
Movies are so good, so real and so compelling that they do things like persuade a whole lot of Colorado folks that sending teachers to school with guns to fend off bad guys is a good idea. It’s not
“They should not also be the police of the building. That’s not appropriate, that’s not healthy, that’s not what they’re there to do on the behalf of students.”
So I can’t imagine how Dallas police felt last week when gunfire erupted during at a Black Lives Matter protest while a bunch of camo-clad yahoos wandered around with with their faux assault rifles hanging out
The group, the Colorado Coalition Against Gun Violence, delivered letters urging Coffman to back measures that would bar people on terror watch list from buying a gun as well as expand background checks.
Before the GOP contest was hijacked by an onslaught of legal wrangling and a news cycle wholly preoccupied the candidates’ views on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a batch of party-platform issues was at the crux of each candidate’s campaign
The undeniable psychological instability of Trump and Mateen have revealed plenty. Our public safety programs and protocols are being held hostage by groups and individuals seeking profits, political gain — or other ways to relieve that uncomfortable buzzing so many of these people suffer from while lining their “Duck Dynasty” baseball caps with layers of aluminum foil
Police said the boy’s brother, Jalecc Celanco Taylor, 17, has been arrested on a felony charge of negligent child abuse resulting in death. He is being held on a $10,000 bond at an Adams County juvenile facility, police said.