(By Charles J. Patricoff, '76 Contributor) Since my last anti-abortion article, approximately 1.2 million babies have been murdered in their mother’s wombs. I am writing to followers of Jesus, The Messiah of Israel. I pray His disciples
(By Jaimie Erker, 1776 Scholar) That’s it. America has its two presidential candidates to choose between. If you have been on any form of social media, the outlook for this election is pretty bleak, especially among
(By Charles J. Patricoff, ’76 Contributor) In his work of accurate historical fiction, Author John Buzzard takes his readers up to, through, and beyond the events, which shaped the single most demonstration of government evil
(By Joy Overbeck, '76 Contributor) Treason is defined in Article III Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving
(By Joy Overbeck, '76 Contributor) Here it is, Mr. Trump: Let’s talk about Hillary Clinton, folks. She’s been selling America out on a gigantic international scale, to unfriendlies like Russia and Iran for many, many years. Selling
(By Charles J. Patricoff, '76 Contributor) This article is written for my friends, neighbors, associates, and family members who are voting citizens of Colorado. Earlier this year I learned and wrote about a potential amendment to the
Richard Nixon’s resignation under threat of impeachment, 42 years ago this week, can teach us enduring lessons about ethics, politics, and the presidency, as I reflected in a TV news interview yesterday.
(By Evan Verbal, ’76 Scholar) As our country approaches election season, an engaged citizen cannot help but observe a malicious side to politics. Nasty campaign advertisements, emerging scandals, and hypocrisy emerge under the national spotlight.
(By Joy Overbeck) When people tell me that it doesn’t matter whether they vote for Her Clintoness or the Trumpster because both are equally corrupt, I check my frustration and instead ask them a few
(By Dan Elliott) William L. Armstrong, a Colorado media executive who became a major conservative voice in the Senate, died July 5. He was 79. He had cancer, according to an announcement from Colorado Christian