Even the slightest dissent will not be allowed by Trump friendly media giants.
The agreement includes a 6% raise for teachers, a commitment to smaller class sizes and the hiring of more than 600 nurses and support staff over the next three school years.
Denver deserves better than Representative Diana DeGette — and this year, on June 26, Denver has a golden opportunity to elect someone better: Saira Rao. Help her get her progressive message out to Denver’s overwhelmingly Progressive citizens: https://goo.gl/Vk1EuJ
Marijuana shops in Colorado struggle to keep up with the high demand after legalization.
Rolling in it...
GOP lawmaker brings fried chicken to poverty hearing in ‘silent protest’
Occupy Denver stands in solidarity with The Tar Sands Blockade, and is calling for national and international mobilization and solidarity actions against the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Tar sands giant TransCanada has begun construction on the southern leg of the Keystone XL. Leading NASA Climate Scientist James Hansen has called the Keystone XL “game over” for the climate, and Americans are already feeling the heat. The pipeline will make TransCanada rich while encroaching on ranch lands, poisoning Texas’ working class communities, and destroying the environment that makes the lone star state so beautiful.
A Denver mother who believed her daughter was being bullied at school drove into the school's parking lot and threatened four girls with a gun, according to an arrest document.
From this Saturday's <em>Journal Editorial Report</em>, after the Fox panel members spent some time weighing in on the latest polls and doing their best to get the audience pumped up about Mitt Romney's so-called "momentum" in the national poll and playing a portion of the President talking about Willard's "Romesia," the WSJ's Dorothy Rabinowitz decided to play the "angry black man" card to attack President Obama.
I'm sure it's just some Democrat trying to make people feel sorry for Obama : Police say someone fired a shot at an Obama campaign field office in Denver on Friday afternoon. No one was injured, though people were inside the offices when
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