Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
Ken Buck announced his 2014 U.S. Senate run this week, but the real question is how will his second run be different than his first?
The way some cities are reacting to possible recreational marijuana sales, some might think that Colorado hasn’t already been living with medical marijuana for years. So, why the fear?
Can Rep. Mike Coffman’s strategy on immigration reform be a guide for fellow Republicans?
The cities of Greeley and Loveland have shown this week how truly complicated the issues of fracking and drilling for oil will continue to be in the state of Colorado.
Watching the crowds around Pope Francis in Brazil this week is reminiscent of Denver’s own World Youth Day in 1993, an event that forever changed Denver’s role on the global stage.
After we consider the stories of the heroes and how the community is moving forward, it would be wise to consider how the events of July 20, 2012, have changed Colorado politics more than any event in recent history, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
With Sen. Greg Brophy jumping in this weekend, the GOP Gubernatorial primary may get pretty crowded. But what will a crowded primary mean for the GOP?
The frustration that voters in rural Colorado are feeling from the 2013 Legislative Session may translate into some complicated issues for statewide candidates in 2014.
If any success is to come from the latest attempt at immigration reform by Congress, it may come down to how desperate House Republicans and President Obama are to see some positive progress before the 2014 election.
As we celebrate the Fourth of July this week, we need to remember that despite all of our country’s many faults, the U.S.A. is still the greatest bastion of freedom in the world.