This is a serious error, because without the reference to Webster, you'd think Democrats were accusing sheriffs of standing with criminals just because the sheriffs oppose gun-safety laws. This was clearly not the intent of Democrats.
Rep. Gardner said Thursday that he and other House Republicans will stop the Senate's bipartisan immigration bill from becoming law. Gardner's tough-guy tone isn't what you'd expect to hear from a guy who told a reporter that it was "absolutely critical" to bring Latinos into the GOP tent.
Conservative talk radio is reverberating with misrepresentation, confusion and falsehoods about the gun safety legislation moving through the State Legislature. Now would be a good time for fact-based listeners to straighten out the hype-based hosts.
During the campaign, Republicans argued that restrictions on abortion and women's health should be accepted as religious freedoms, not a war on women. Sen. Greg Brophy's comments leave me thinking he won't back away from the election rhetoric.