Yesterday, I attended the Mehaffey Park grand opening, excited to enjoy the new amenities near our home. But moments in to it, I was nearly overcome by a sense of community. We all sat under a tent, watching the Boy Scouts color guard honor our flag as we sang along to a trumpet trio playing […]

This day is the greatest day of celebration. Americans are beneficiaries of a free heritage, something we may take for granted or we may fret over, but also something that rests deep within the fabric of our being. While we wonder if freedom can endure, people around the world recognize that the American spirit will […]

Via KenClark The Colorado GOP has an integrity problem.  They pulled strategic shenanigans in the gubernatorial race that likely cost them the office.  There is the in-fighting between establishment and liberty-leaning legislators.  But most of all, there is a pervasive feeling of mistrust among them.  This seemed to come to a head in the […]

In a representative government, such as the one we supposedly have in the United States, a leader who represents his constituents’ wishes should be applauded. His courage should be held as an example and he should enjoy wild success.  Instead, Colorado Representative Ken Buck is being threatened for voting the will of his people.  It […]

This NY Times article makes the inflammatory claim that white extremists are a greater threat than Muslim ones and have killed nearly twice as many Americans since 2011. By themselves, his numbers may be accurate, but the writer disingenuously ignores the whole picture. There are 197.7 million non-hispanic whites in the US and there are […]

Source: Pinto: The fight for the microphone in Jeffco | The Colorado Statesman After enduring attacks on her character, her heritage, her person, and her abilities, Jeffco Schools Communications Director Lisa Pinto has tendered her resignation. Her resignation may seem like just another symptom of school-reform-upheaval, but it’s much more than that.  She was bullied […]

Deep, nearly 100% discounts?  Paid to shop?  At my favorite store Target?  Yes, please!  I’d seen the links and never clicked, assuming promises like that must be virus-ridden traps.  But last night, I attended the Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s Bridge to Well-Being event, Couponing 101 with Caitlyn Sexton. I’ll be honest, my bargain-shopping skills are sharply […]