Republicans and Tea Party braggarts are beaming that voters have spoken. But have they? The truth is, I don't think they've said much of anything. Rather, what they did Tuesday instead was grunt and groan.
Of all the many lessons we can draw from this election, the one that looms out for me is that wanton attacks on another candidate's gender don't win v...
It's been easy for the Republicans to spend the last two years demonizing and obstructing the president. Well now the GOP has a share of the power, and they can no longer just sit back and throw rocks.
I am voting for Tancredo and Buck. It is kind of shocking for me to write, let alone do. The vast majority of my votes through the years have been for Democrats. I voted for Obama in 2008.
Mr. Buck apparently just doesn't get it. He doesn't understand health care, nor does he fully comprehend what his outlandish comments and extreme plans actually mean for patients, doctors and the American people.
Buck refused to offer up any apology for his handling of a rape case -- blowing the opportunity to score political points in a tough race. But it's not to late for Buck to apologize. I mean, why not?
When you pull a lever on Tuesday, you may think you are voting for one candidate or another, but, in the big picture, the vote won't be for a person. Instead, you will be voting based on these opposing principles.
Ken Buck, the Colorado Republican who thinks that gays are like alcoholics, said last year that he objected to a fundamental principle of American con...
Their answers are simple, but governing's hard, And facts deserve more than their blithe disregard.
If the Republicans win either or both Houses of Congress, even though they will not have the presidency, they will hold the power of the purse and will wield it with a ruthlessness harking back to the pre-New Deal era.
Bennet understands that educating a student doesn't end when the last bell rings, but is a full time job that involves everyone in the community.
There are a number of reasons why Republicans will win next Tuesday, likely taking back the House (if not the Senate) and doing very well at the state...
Are you sane enough to vote November 2nd? Take the quiz and find out! 1) Colorado Senate Candidate Ken Buck insists that he does not wear high hee...
There is a growing tide of opinion in the US that religion and government should be intertwined. While faith plays an important role in encouraging morality and social cohesion, government-sponsored religion brings a whole host of problems.
The Inquisitions were infamous for their intolerance and hostility to science. Six centuries later, we still have wannabe inquisitors among us, and they are growing their ranks through the support of like-minded candidates.
The SANE program would have come to Weld County, with or without Buck, though his office has been supportive of the effort.