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From Trump to Pompeo: Lucking out with a candid-camera cellphone steakhouse shot

From Trump to Pompeo: Lucking out with a candid-camera cellphone steakhouse shot

All journalists know that tenacious digging results in the biggest scoops, but sometimes great stories just fall into your lap. Take, for instance, The New York Times story this week…

I will stop watching ESPN if it fires Jemele Hill for calling Trump a white supremacist

I will stop watching ESPN if it fires Jemele Hill for calling Trump a white supremacist

The White House is calling for ESPN host Jemele Hill to be fired for tweeting that President Donald Trump “is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other…

Corporations must stand up to Trump on issues such as immigration, climate change

Corporations must stand up to Trump on issues such as immigration, climate change

We choked on smoke all week in the Vail Valley as wildfires rage from British Columbia to Steamboat Springs. Meanwhile, the more than four feet of rain that deluged Houston…

What would Jesus do? Preserve DACA program and ‘show great heart’ to Dreamers

What would Jesus do? Preserve DACA program and ‘show great heart’ to Dreamers

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the looming legal deadline facing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program implemented by President Barack Obama and threatened by 10 Republican…

Colorado leaders condemn Trump’s ‘very fine’ Nazis comments, call for true leadership

Colorado leaders condemn Trump’s ‘very fine’ Nazis comments, call for true leadership

The fallout from President Donald Trump’s incendiary and highly divisive comments on the Charlottesville white supremacy riots and alleged murder of anti-fascist counter-protestor last weekend continued to reverberate throughout American…

Trump must learn there are no ‘very fine people’ marching for Nazism, slavery, civil war

Trump must learn there are no ‘very fine people’ marching for Nazism, slavery, civil war

On Tuesday I posted “My family’s anti-Trump travelogue” on Rocky Mountain Post sister site RealVail.com, explaining the historical teaching moments we’ve experienced during our last year of travel both domestically…

Gorsuch nomination a blow to Colorado ski industry he says he loves

Gorsuch nomination a blow to Colorado ski industry he says he loves

Colorado did not help elect Donald Trump president, but his surprise victory last month has Colorado native and avid skier Neil Gorsuch on the verge of being nominated to the…

How to make the most of your 2016 tax return

How to make the most of your 2016 tax return

This year, the IRS expects more than 150 million tax returns will be filed and over 70 percent of taxpayers will receive refunds. The average refund in 2016 was $2,860…

Debunking popular financial myths

Debunking popular financial myths

We’ve all shared financial advice among friends, family and colleagues, but not every tidbit you hear is always true. Let’s set the record straight and put an end to some…

An eye on the future: Investing in autonomous mobility

An eye on the future: Investing in autonomous mobility

The century-old automotive business model is facing an unprecedented technological disruption. As the auto industry continues to embrace autonomous, shared and electric mobility, it is fast becoming the face of…

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