Conventional wisdom, which is generally made up of beliefs that are considered to be true by the majority, is often based on assumptions that haven’t been tested against history and facts. After giving the question some thought, I arrived at a few pieces of conventional wisdom that I disagree with.
Colorado’s lieutenant governor will be at the White House Friday when President Barack Obama discusses changes to the once-lauded No Child Left Behind law.
An Aspen skiing official and several ski athletes are heading to Washington to warn Congress about the consequences of climate change.
It doesn’t appear that Congress in recent weeks has been paying attention to the issues that really drive the economy, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
It felt like a good ending to a July Hollywood movie blockbuster. And like any good summer blockbuster, it all but guaranteed us a sequel. The details of the big agreement set the stage for round two to be played out in just a few months.
Republican Rep. Scott Tipton appears to be starting slow raising money for his re-election.
Congressmen from Colorado, both Democrats and Republicans, are commenting on the impending federal government shutdown on Friday.
Not enough can be said about the horror that the shooter in Arizona caused this weekend. There is not anything more important than that actual human cost of this tragedy. That being said, there is another casualty of this senseless violent act: the connection between our government and its citizens.
Cory Gardner is set to deliver his first speech in Congress. The Colorado Republican will speak Thursday in the U.S. House of Representatives in support of cutting Congressional budgets.
Thursday was a good day to be a conservative Republican in Congress.