We have long been critics of Obamacare, pointing out that without express and extensive regulation and market controls, it was the recipe for fiscal disaster it has proved itself to be. But every single option that Republicans have presented is far, far worse than what Obamacare provides for now. Graham-Cassidy is nothing more than pure partisan poison
Push aside deniers like Pruitt and those under Trump’s thumb. Shine a light on what America will be like in just a few years as the impact of global warming increases. Let’s talk about it now.
Rather than indulge the unrealistic and inhumane path that Trump and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions are inflicting on all of America, Congress should bypass the White House and impose a far more realistic and compassionate plan
After being outed on social media, school officials had to admit they knew about but did not disclose information about the assault at Grandview High School in May.
In Colorado, it’s much easier to say that you don’t want to vaccinate children than to prove that you have. What’s worse is that yet another attempt to create at least marginal compliance failed earlier this year in the state legislature. Anti-vaxers balked at Senate Bill 17-250, which would have standardized “opting out” instead of allowing for what is now pretty much a note from mom on a lunch sack
Most important, intersections must be changed to accommodate bike and pedestrian traffic. Holland cities such as Amsterdam and others have long used simple and inexpensive designs that allow heavy bike and car traffic to move through the same space safely and efficiently.
Everybody loses with this plan. There’s no doubt that these two southern senators are pandering to the soft xenophobia and racism that propelled Trump to the White House. This persistent anti-immigrant pitch, however, has been repeatedly debunked as an effective way to solve the country’s real or perceived woes
Gardner this week showed himself to be everything the Sentinel warned he would be in Congress, cunning and bogus. He not only was willing to sell out the urban poor and middle class struggling heavily with the cost of increasingly expensive and useless health insurance policies, he was willing to sell out his own rural roots and neighbors
What if a bike tax were leveraged with other money to open up even more dedicated-bike lanes and paths across the metro area? Can you even imagine the change that allowing bikes onto local interstates on protected and segregated lanes would make? Amazing