More Colorado Articles

  • How oil and gas fracking fractures the Democratic Party: Examiner Editorial

    Colorado liberals spent a decade and millions of dollars pushing their state's political agenda to the Left.

  • Hickenlooper asks public to reject oil, gas limits

    DENVER (AP) — A day after giving up on efforts to call a special legislative session on oil and gas drilling, Gov. John Hickenlooper appealed to the public Thursday to decry possible ballot measures to curb the industry. Hickenlooper joined dozens of industry allies to say that proposed...

  • Edible marijuana products recalled in Colorado

    DENVER (AP) — A popular Colorado brand of marijuana-infused brownies and other sweets was recalled Thursday amid concerns of contamination from unsanitary equipment. The Denver Department of Environmental Health recalled several products from the company At Home Baked because of concerns over...

  • How fracking is making Colorado Democrats quiver

    Democratic Sen. Mark Udall announced his opposition Wednesday to statewide ballot initiatives being bankrolled by Rep. Jared Polis that would impose restrictions on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

  • VIDEO: Poll shows Democrats lead Senate races in Colorado, Michigan

    A new NBC News/Marist poll released Tuesday shows Democrats ahead in Michigan and Colorado's Senate races.

  • This Washington Post puff piece on President Obama's recent fundraising tour is really something else

    Juliet Eilperin at the Washington Post gained some amount of notoriety earlier this year after she penned an embarrassing and now-debunked attack on Charles and David Koch, the libertarian-leaning bogeymen of the left.

  • Colorado recreational pot sales dip for 1st time

    DENVER (AP) — Colorado sold less recreational pot in May than in April, the first month-to-month sales decline for the drug that became legal at the beginning of the year. Tax collections reported by the state Department of Revenue this week showed Colorado sold about $21 million of...

  • Hey, Snotty Bloomberg: Mind your own crumbling city

    The former New York City mayor mouthed off about my adopted hometown of Colorado Springs and my friends in nearby Pueblo in Rolling Stone magazine this month.

  • Obama raises money for absent Colo. senator

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a tough race for re-election, Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall chose the benefit of President Barack Obama's fundraising prowess Wednesday over the pleasure of his company. He could have had both. But he opted to work in Washington while the president, whose poll...

  • Well, that's awkward: Obama travels to Colorado to support Sen. Mark Udall, but Udall doesn't want to be seen in public with him

    President Obama is headlining a Wednesday fundraising event in Colorado to support the re-election campaign of Democratic Sen. Mark Udall. But Udall, who is in the middle of a tough race against Cory Gardner, won't be at the event.

  • The White House's handling of the border crisis summed up in one photo

    President Obama seems more interested in campaigning for the upcoming midterm elections than dealing with the growing humanitarian crisis on the border.

  • Colorado raises estimate for health care drops

    DENVER (AP) — Colorado's health insurance exchange has doubled its estimate of how many will drop their policies. Connect For Health Colorado projected in April that 13 percent of people would drop or not pay for policies this fiscal year. But the exchange has revised that estimate to about...

  • EXography: Employment keeps sagging in the Obama recovery

    When President Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. economy was in the midst of the Great Recession of 2008. Five and a half years later, that historic swoon remains his excuse for continued economic stagnation.

  • Waitresses at Colorado eatery carry loaded guns

    RIFLE, Colo. (AP) — Many stores and restaurants are telling people not to bring their guns inside, but one western Colorado restaurant not only embraces the practice of packing heat, it encourages its customers to carry openly — and its waitresses do, too. As she takes your order at...

  • New US patent office opens in Denver

    DENVER (AP) — Denver's new patent office is up and running. After operating in a temporary office since last year, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office opened its new permanent office Monday in the Byron White Federal Building downtown. It will now start recruiting more patent examiners....



From the Weekly Standard

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