Danish Plan

Was America ever great? You bet it was! And it still...

Maybe Trump derangement syndrome made them do it. Or maybe they’re just part of the Democrats’ slime-America-first caucus. Whatever...

A modest proposal for combating the plague of robocalls

Like the United States Constitution, the Constitution of the State of Colorado contains a clause protecting the right to keep and bear...

Phoenix can see its future in Mexico (it’s not what you...

On May 12, the planet’s atmosphere hit one of those “grim milestones” we hear so much about. According to...

China’s new cyber totalitarianism

Human Rights Watch has released a report on human rights abuses in the world’s largest totalitarian state — the People’s Republic of...

The coming lithium wars: what we know

We all know that we have only a mere 11 years to save the planet from the global warming apocalypse. We know...

Scotland’s burning! Greenland’s melting!

The song goes back 450 years, give or take. You may even have sung it as a round in elementary school (assuming...

Nixon and Beelzebub explain how to form a more perfect union

The Idea Fairy and I had just polished off an excellent plate of edibles when there was a knock at the door....

After Mueller – how Trump might get even

Now that the two-year, $25 million Mueller investigation has determined that the Trump-Russian collusion narrative was, at best, a bunch of delusional bullshit, the...

The race question

The U.S. Supreme Court last month agreed to expedited consideration of a case challenging the constitutionality of adding a citizenship question — Are you...

The anti-Electoral College compact may come with a nasty surprise

The Colorado legislature approved a bill on Feb. 21 to cast Colorado’s electoral votes for president for the candidate who gets the most popular...

The anti-Electoral College compact may come with a nasty surprise

The Colorado legislature approved a bill on Feb. 21 to cast Colorado’s electoral votes for president for the candidate who gets the most popular...

The Green New Deal and the mother of all Kinsley gaffes

A Kinsley Gaffe (named after former New Republic Editor Michael Kinsley) occurs when a politician tells the truth — some obvious truth he or she...
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