Two months after President Barack Obama’s executive order spared roughly five million illegal immigrants from deportation — including more than 100,000 in Colorado — those who would benefit from the policy say nothing’s changed.
Rep. Cory Gardner of Colorado said Thursday he supports granting citizenship to people who enter the country illegally and serve in the U.S. military.
Will Rep. Paul Ryan’s fellow Republicans get behind the budget deal he helped to craft, or is compromise simply not an acceptable option?
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.
The Federal Government shutdown is making major headlines right now, but how much of this will Colorado voters remember 13 months from now?
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.
It may feel that we are watching our elected leaders allow our country to plummet off of the fiscal cliff. But in reality, we are simply watching the art of negotiation.
A Western Slope Republican who battled accusations of driving drunk has announced she won’t seek re-election.
Taxing the rich will not singlehandedly make a difference to a country spending trillions on Social Security, Defense and Medicare. And ignoring them completely is not going to inspire millionaires to suddenly hire a fleet of unemployed Americans to rebuild our country.
We’ll be marketed to believe that Republicans are gambling with our future by playing political games with our debt, or that Republicans are finally drawing a line in the sand on spending and are the only party brave enough to pull our country from the precipice of financial disaster. Which is the truth? As with all marketing campaigns, it’s somewhere in between.