As late as three days ago, September 26, the leadership at the U.S. Air Force Academy was still unwilling to distribute a watershed memorandum issued by Air Force Chief of Staff General Norton Schwartz on "Maintaining Government Neutrality Regarding Religion."
This report in today's Colorado Springs Gazette prompted the following letter of protest to Academy Superintendent Michael Gould, acting in my capacit...
The true test of "maximum support" for Fort Carson comes when controversy erupts and harder steps have to be taken to keep the base a viable place to train soldiers.
As Colorado Springs is about to elect its first mayor under its new "strong mayor" system, the city should not tolerate an unbalanced playing field.
It isn't Haggard's moral shortcomings that bother me. It's his shameless attempts to profit from his failures in the name of God that make me queasy.
In Denver, where three in five students are Latino and many have parents with poor English skills, the school system has taken to the radio waves.
How Hickenlooper will manage to be "pro-business," while also serving a core party constituency that is hostile to free markets and free enterprise, is a contradiction he'll have to work through.
It is little wonder Michael Bennet is behind in two recent polls. He doesn't have a message to sell to his own supporters. He can't even wake up his party to fight.
Colorado was named the least obese state in the country. That makes Colorado the only place in America where less than one out of every five people is a grotesque fat slob. Way to go, gang!
While it may be comforting to see all the "Breaking News" graphics implying that the Iraq War is effectively over, and while it may be reassuring to watch punditry portraying war analysis as a post-mortem, the reality is that this war continues.
If Mayor Hickenlooper really wants to turn his Reaganesque rhetoric into action, and see how it works in practice, he should come on down to Colorado Springs.
Did Interior Secretary Ken Salazar have some direct involvement in the exorbitant rates the Bureau of Reclamation wants to charge Colorado Springs for storing water in Pueblo Reservoir?
In a live radio interview Friday, embattled Evangelical preacher Ted Haggard said he woul...
Colorado Springs has heard a lot of trash talk from certain Denverites about our choice of budget cuts, but at least we can still get the garbage collected.
The best way to avoid Big Brother is by saying "no" to Little Brother, before he gets too big for his britches.
According to the conservative leader of one of the most conservative cities in America, those thrown out of their homes in this Great Recession actually want to be homeless.