If a year-long payroll tax cut was so important to Rep. Gardner, if he felt so passionately about it that he would risk passage of any bill, even one supported by Senate Republicans, why didn't we hear about it the week before the vote?
Colorado's bank failures in the first years of this century will reflect badly on the state for some time to come. But you don't hear many calls for crackdowns on the fast-money track records of the failed banks.
Reporter Tim Hoover received House Speaker McNulty's good news about the end of the "tough budget" era, allowing seniors to enjoy a tax break on property taxes. And so he asked McNulty how he'd adjust the state budget to pay for it.
Christine Tatum, like many reporters who have fallen out of the news business, has created a new model for journalism based on the skills she learned as a reporter, which she is now taking to market as a business owner.
So far, no credible evidence has emerged proving that Michael Hancock was a client of a prostitution outfit. Marching to the tune of journalistic integrity, Denver's Channel 4 has yet to air a story about it.
Why did McInnis wait until it was too late? Why didn't he release the emails that allegedly instructed Rolly Fischer not to plagiarize? That's the question everyone's been asking, and Rick Wagner didn't ask it.