Former Colorado State Senator Mark Hillman takes a look at what is - and isn't - reported by the media.
The Colorado Supreme Court has affirmed that the state's independent redistricting committees can continue their work to redraw political districts while the U.S. Census Bureau finalizes the 2020 count.
Politicians need to remember the differences in communities.
Kansas lawmakers have voted to override Gov. Laura Kelly's veto of legislation allowing 18-20 year olds to carry a concealed weapon.
Oklahoma is no longer under a pandemic-related state of emergency.
A controversy involving teachers unions, the White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance on reopening schools has sparked an inquiry from Congressional Republicans.
Facebook announced Wednesday that the social media company would keep in place its suspension on former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Former Colorado State Senator Mark Hillman argues that the government's track record should preclude a public option for health insurance.
New data from the 2020 U.S. census released April 26, 2021, indicates that starting in 2023 - after the next congressional elections - seven states will have fewer seats in Congress than they do now, and six will have more.
Campaign strategists have named U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., as one of the leading presidential contenders for 2024, but right now the senator has taken on a controversial and ambitious goal: regulating Big Tech.