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Denver Sticking To Sanctuary Policy Following Arrest Of Hit-And-Run Suspect Who Was Already Deported Six Times

Juan Sanchez, an illegal alien who has been deported from the U.S. six different times, was charged with vehicular homicide and fleeing the scene of an accident.  Denver, which follows Colorado’s sanctuary laws, has reiterated its intention to release Sanchez if he makes bond, and will not conduct a transfer of custody over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE ...

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Michelle Malkin’s fighting for our nation’s sovereignty but she can’t do it alone

It is a sad reality that the concept of standing up for your country’s sovereignty has now become a controversial viewpoint within the conservative movement. No one knows this better than perhaps Michelle Malkin. Malkin has been a sovereignty fighter for America and her adopted home state of Colorado for years, and her tenacity for such is only getting stronger. ...

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Opponents Of Immigration Enforcement Suffer Another Loss At The Ballot Box

Former Republican congressman Mike Coffman won election as Aurora, Colorado’s next mayor, handing a defeat to a host of anti-immigration activists who campaigned against him.  Coffman supports the continuation of the Aurora Detention Facility, which is a privately run immigration detention center that maintains a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  Several progressive groups that oppose the detention center openly ...

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Hickenlooper Announces Colorado Senate Run

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Thursday that he will challenge Republican Sen. Cory Gardner for a Senate seat in 2020, one week after bowing out of the Democratic presidential race. Hickenlooper announced on Aug. 15 in a YouTube video that he was dropping out as a 2020 presidential candidate, adding that many in Colorado want him to run against ...

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Denver Elects Councilwoman Promising To Usher In Communism ‘By Any Means Necessary’

Candi CdeBaca beat incumbent Albus Brooks in a runoff race for Denver City Council last week, running on a platform to bring about communism “by any means necessary.” CdeBaca was among three new city council members to unseat incumbents in Denver in last week’s elections, according to The American Mirror. She reportedly defeated Brooks by the margin of 52.4% to ...

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Elite Democrats’ Efforts Have Colorado Singing the Blues

Colorado’s legendary natural wonders, majestic mountains, quaint small towns, and large vibrant cities are just a few aspects of why I feel lucky to have called this state home for my entire 24 years of life. While geographically Colorado is beautiful, this state’s continuous progressive shifting has many residents wondering if their state is becoming the new California. Colorado’s newly ...

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Colorado Governor Signs ‘Sanctuary’ Bill Into Law

Legislation signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis makes it much more difficult for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents to apprehend suspected illegal immigrants. House Bill 1124 was signed into law by Polis on Tuesday. The new law bars local law enforcement from arresting or detaining a suspected illegal alien solely on the basis of an ICE request. The ...

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42 arrested throughout Colorado in one of the state’s largest black-market marijuana takedowns

DENVER — Forty-two people were arrested this week in one of the largest black-market marijuana enforcement actions in Colorado history. This law enforcement action identified marijuana grows in homes across the Metro Denver area. Eight businesses were also searched. More than 80,000 marijuana plants and 4,500 pounds of finished marijuana product were seized from the locations searched. The following are ...

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Colorado Democrats Pass Bill To Crack Down On A Pillar Of State’s Economy — Oil And Gas Drilling

Legislation is headed to Colorado Governor Jared Polis’ desk that would completely overhaul state permitting of oil and gas wells that’s got Republicans and industry worried. The bill, which passed out of the state Senate on Wednesday in a party-line vote, changes the make-up and mission of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, the state’s drilling regulatory body. Once ...

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If Your Vote Falls in a Rural Area and the Electoral College Isn’t Around to Count It, Does It Really Make a Sound?

Due to the electoral college, Donald Trump gained the presidency despite Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote. This brought on an onslaught of angry Democrats declaring unjustness against the electoral voting system and caused an increase in promoting the popular vote to decide the presidency. Democrats are leading the charge to replace the electoral college process. Their main premise is ...

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Colorado Officially Threatens Electoral College In Popular Vote Move

Colorado Democratic Gov. Jared Polis signed the “National Popular Vote Act” into law Friday in an effort to elect the next U.S. president by popular vote. This makes Colorado the 13th jurisdiction (12 states, plus the District of Columbia) enacting similar legislation to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC). The law, having made its way through both legislative chambers without ...

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Masterpiece Cakeshop, Colorado Call Truce In Harassment, Discrimination Dispute

Christian baker Jack Phillips and the Colorado Civil Rights Commission (CCRC) have resolved a legal dispute that set Phillips’ religious beliefs against the state’s public accommodations law. The deal, announced Tuesday afternoon, provides that the Commission will close an ongoing anti-discrimination probe of Phillips’ Masterpiece Cakeshop if Phillips withdraws a federal lawsuit alleging state officials were subjecting him to a ...

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Former Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper Enters 2020 Presidential Race

John Hickenlooper tossed his hat into the congested Democratic presidential nomination race early Monday with a campaign video that focuses on his career as a two-term Colorado governor and two-term Denver mayor. Hickenlooper just finished his second term in the statehouse where he was a popular, anti-gun governor. It’s the left’s extremist progressive agenda that he toutsin the video. “I’ve ...

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Colorado Set To Become 12th State Moving To Kill Electoral College

Democratic Colorado Gov. Jared Polis’s signature is all that remains to include Colorado among the ranks of states prepared to abandon the Electoral College system in favor of nationwide popular voting for the next presidential election. Colorado would bring the number of states who have joined the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) to 12, plus the District of Columbia. ...

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Judge Says Christian Baker Jack Phillips’ Lawsuit Against Civil Rights Officials Can Proceed

A federal judge in Denver rejected Colorado’s bid to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that state civil rights officials are waging a campaign of harassment against Jack Phillips, the Christian baker at issue in the landmark Masterpiece Cakeshop case. Three weeks after Phillips prevailed at the Supreme Court, a state anti-discrimination panel issued a new probable cause finding against him, arising ...

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