China to defend Kim if US Strikes

August 11, 2017

China’s government says it would remain neutral if North Korea attacks the United States, but warned it would defend its Asian neighbor if the U.S. strikes first and tries to overthrow Kim Jong Un’s regime, Chinese state media said Friday. Click here to read the story/watch the video on  

Mayor Hancock Announces Several Appointments for Denver Boards and Commissions

August 10, 2017

DENVER – Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced several Denver Boards and Commissions appointments. These appointments cover the period from April 1, 2017 – July 31, 2017. Appointees to Denver Boards and Commissions act in various advisory and policy positions depending on the nature of the body. The Mayor appoints all members of Denver Boards […]

Surviving Nuclear Attack

August 10, 2017

By Dr. Glenn Mollette August 10, 2017 – President Donald Ttump has vowed to meet more North Korea threats with  “power the likes of which the world has never seen” and Kim Jong-un has responded with a plan for a nuke attack on the US island of Guam. Plans are being made for a horror […]

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Reporter Peter Marcus To Join Terrapin Care Station

August 10, 2017

Veteran Political Journalist Takes New Communications Director Role BOULDER – Aug. 10, 2017 – Longtime Colorado political reporter Peter Marcus is joining the national Terrapin Care Station cannabis company as its communications director. With more than a decade of reporting experience covering Colorado and national politics – including the implementation of marijuana regulations following the […]

George Brauchler Announces Finance Committee Members

August 10, 2017

LAKEWOOD, Colo. (August 9, 2017) – George Brauchler, District Attorney for Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties and Republican candidate for governor, released the following statement announcing the members of the George Brauchler for Governor Finance Committee: “I am not one of the many millionaire self-funders in this race,” said Brauchler. “I cannot just scratch […]

Social Security Matters

August 10, 2017

by AMAC Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor Association of Mature American Citizens Ask Rusty – Collecting SS and Income Taxes; early retirement and working Dear Rusty: My husband just starting collecting Social Security at his full retirement age. If he wants a part time job how much money does he have to stay under […]

Eric Hiraga Next Executive Director of Economic Development

August 8, 2017

DENVER (August 8, 2017) – Mayor Michael B. Hancock today named Eric Hiraga as the next Executive Director of the Denver Office of Economic Development, where he will lead Denver’s efforts to create a local economic environment that stimulates balanced growth through job creation, business assistance, housing options, neighborhood redevelopment and the development of a […]

Despite Judge’s “Smackdown,” VT Office of the AG Denies E&E Legal’s Appeal for Records Related to the AG’s RICO ‘Climate Campaign’

August 8, 2017

E&E Legal Now Forced to Sue Current and Former Vermont AGs Washington, D.C. (August 7, 2017) – On July 27th, a Vermont judge ruled favorably on two separate public records suits filed by the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) against the Vermont Office of the Attorney General (OAG)  related to that Office’s role in organizing a […]

37% of high school grades are deficient in reading

August 8, 2017

“How can any man judge, unless his mind has been opened and enlarged by reading? …Abraham Lincoln WASHINGTON, DC (August 7, 2017) – Here’s an alarming statistic: just 63% of high school graduates are proficient in reading. That’s the assessment from the U.S. Department of Education in its most recent Nation’s Report Card. And, thirty-seven […]

Denver City Council President announces new committees

August 8, 2017

July 31, 2017 – Denver City Council President Albus Brooks has announced new leadership and membership for committees in the 2017-2018 Council year. “I am excited to release our committee structure for 2017-2018. Because of the effectiveness of the structure last year, we did not feel the need to change it,” said Brooks, adding that […]

AG Smackdown

August 8, 2017

Caledonian Record Editorial August 2, 2017 Last week Superior Court Judge Mary Miles Teachout rejected a bogus effort by the Vermont Attorney General’s office to keep public records secret. “The significance of that decision is that the Attorney General’s Office is subject to the public records act,” said E&E Legal attorney Matthew Hardin… We’re pleased […]

Former Denver planning director Peter Park’s view

August 8, 2017

Before the Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled its latest proposal this week, I had an interesting conversation with Peter Park, who was planning director in Denver for a little more than seven years. Before coming to Denver, he was in Milwaukee, where he oversaw replacement of the elevated Park East freeway with an at-grade boulevard. […]

President Trump said, “They Are Losers”

May 25, 2017

By Dr. Glenn Mollette May 23, 2017 – President Trump has renamed terrorists from monsters to losers. I agree. People such as 22 year old Salmon Abedi who contrive to inflict such a heinous act as the carnage he recently inflicted in Manchester, England, is the worst of pathetic world losers. Abedi joins now a […]

On Heels of NYC “Divestment Week”, E&E Legal Forced to Sue New York City Comptroller for Stonewalling Divestment-Related Records

May 23, 2017

New York (May 23, 2017) – The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) has been forced yet again to sue a New York governmental entity for failure to adhere to that state’s Freedom of Information Law (FOIL). This time it’s the New York City Comptroller, in a suit filed in the Supreme Court for […]

Denver Launches New Effort to Address Housing Affordability Challenges

May 19, 2017

DENVER (May 19, 2017) – Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Erik Soliván, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of Housing & Opportunities for People Everywhere (HOPE), today launched a new strategy aimed at helping Denver residents experiencing homelessness or struggling to make ends meet. The city’s strategy will go beyond a housing-first approach, and focus […]