Dominic Dezzutti’s Blog
Is there a way that the 2014 Colorado legislature can repsond to the Arapahoe High School shooting in a bipartisan and effective way?
Will Rep. Paul Ryan’s fellow Republicans get behind the budget deal he helped to craft, or is compromise simply not an acceptable option?
As the world mourns the passing of Nelson Mandela, it’s important to understand why we will not see someone the likes of him ever again.
The long strange trip the Denver City Council has taken to regulate recreational marijuana may serve as a great lesson to other communities.
The very forces that have steamrolled the sanctity of Thanksgiving, “Black Friday” deals that have compelled stores to open on Thanksgiving Day, may actually come to save the holiday.
As we commemorate 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, it’s fair to ask, among a long list of historical events, was the murder of JFK the most pivotal moment is American history?
As we commemorate the greatest speech in American history 150 years ago, we may never see a more effective collection of 272 words.
As Obamacare becomes a focal point for the 2014 election, the stories are going to change from websites and numbers to stories about two very different versions of the ACA.
While campaigns in Colorado are usually fairly tame by national standards, with what we are seeing in the Sen. Evie Hudak recall efforts, sketchy political maneuvers may become the new normal in the Centennial State.
At first glance, Bill Clinton’s comments about the Affordable Care Act may seem critical of President Obama, but if we look closer, we’ll find the source for the next great standoff between Congress and the President.