The passage and signing of the bill for a government takeover of American health care should remind of Jefferson's prescient words: “I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting
A cheering crowd of nearly 300 filled Colorado Christian University’s School of Music auditorium last night to hear four candidates for the U.S. Senate. Weld County D.A. Ken Buck, Former Lt. Governor Jane Norton, businessman Cleve Tidwell and former State Senator Tom Wiens addressed the Centennial Institute’s Candidate Forum. The program, which follows last week’s forum for gubernatorial candidates, will be broadcast statewide on Colorado Public Television and Salem Radio, including KNUS 710 in the Denver metro area.
(CCU President) A packed house at Colorado Christian University’s School of Music auditorium gave gubernatorial candidates a rousing reception last night, as they spoke at CCU’s Candidate Forum, sponsored by the university’s Centennial Institute. Candidates Scott McInnis, Josh Penry and Dan Maes presented their credentials in an hour long televised forum hosted by Centennial Institute Director John Andrews. An audience of 300 was invited to submit questions which were posed to candidates by CCU Seniors Chad Ryder and Samantha Scoggins.
John Calvin, one of the giants of Christian history, was born 500 years ago this month: July 10, 1509, to be exact. To mark the half-millennium of his enduring influence, Pastor Don Sweeting of Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church—and a trustee of Colorado Christian University—wrote a three-part tribute on his blog. Under the overall title of CELEBRATING THE LEGACY OF JOHN CALVIN, you’ll find Sweeting’s perspective on…