What’s to become of America? Two lifelong friends, one conservative and the other liberal, seek common ground for healing in a divided land ahead of the midterms.
I’m voting no on 73, 110, and 112, and yes on 109, to protect Colorado’s quality of life. Plus a polite no on all judges, and a straight Republican ticket to keep America the hope of the world.
It's an odd-numbered year, elections aren't on my mind, but here's this ballot in my mail and no clue which candidates believe as I do.
Five presidents now acclaimed for their greatness, had to endure withering denunciations in their time. It didn't stop Jefferson, Jackson, and Lincoln in the 1800s, or FDR and Reagan in the 1900s, from succeeding in the White House and even winning reelection. Will the "dangerous" Donald Trump do likewise?
Election 2016 tested America's survival instinct, and we aced the exam. It was more an issue contest than a personality contest. Change or stasis, dynamism or decline? Voters chose dynamism.