Monthly Archives: January 2013


Women, Not the Government, Will Close the Wage Gap

In his inaugural address, the President said, “For our journey is not complete until our wives, our mothers, and daughters can earn a living equal to their efforts.” He didn’t trot out his usual “women


Colorado legislators address hot issues of 2013

(CCU Student) On Monday night three Colorado legislators came to the Centennial Institute in Lakewood and discussed hot issues of 2013 that will arise in the legislative session this year. Guns, gay marriage, and health


What five decades of abortion have cost America

Editor: On today’s 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, many perspectives could be offered on the immense cost of abortion on demand in American life. Paramount is the one-by-one tragedy of millions of


Reasons for hope amid America’s travails

As we recently concluded the spring semester’s first week of classes here at CCU, it dawned on me that in all of my Political Science classes we were, in some respect or another, talking about


Head On TV: Don’t disarm the law-abiding

Since Connecticut’s strict gun control didn’t prevent the Newtown horror, policymakers shouldn’t impose new restrictions that disarm the law-abiding, says John Andrews in the January round of Head On TV debates. Just do the math,