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‘Take Back The Second’ Gun Rights Rally Planned For Saturday At Colorado Capitol

Rally for our Rights Take Back the Second Event Flyer DENVER, Col. – -(AmmoLand.com)- Saturday, May 18th, 11am to 2pm, Rally for our Rights is hosting a TAKE BACK THE SECOND rally at the Colorado State Capitol. This event has been in the works since the Colorado Legislature passed HB19-1177 “Red Flag” Emergency Risk Protection Orders ERPO. Event speakers will include: Evan Todd – Columbine High School Shooting survivor Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams – leader in opposition to ERPO and Second...
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The 7 best US cities to see by bike

Driving can be a cumbersome way to see a city, what with traffic congestion and expensive parking. And while walking gets you up-close and personal, it’s hard to cover a lot of ground on foot — especially when the places you want to visit are far apart. Touring a city by bike, on the other hand, gives you that closer look while getting you farther in less time. Plus, fantastic cities like Seattle and Washington, DC, are becoming even friendlier to cyclists by adding bike lanes, welcoming bike...
Tags: Travel, US, Chicago, Cycling, Washington Dc, Portland, San Diego, New Orleans, Portland Oregon, Seattle, Pacific, Fdr, Denver, Light Rail, Martin Luther King Jr, Mall


Denver cop tells reporter to "act like a lady" as he cuffs her for filming arrest of black man

Susan Greene, the editor of the Colorado Independent, was handcuffed and detained by Denver police while attempting to film them near the Colorado State Capitol building. When she points out to officer James Brooks that what she's doing is protected by the First Amendment, he claims that it does not supercede other laws, cuffs her, and orders her to "act like a lady." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2Ih5abBptg Filming police officers in public is legal, and attempts to prevent it are oftentim...
Tags: Post, News, B-side, Sexism, Police, Denver, Brooks, Hancock, Greene, Colorado State Capitol, Colorado Independent, Michael Hancock, James Brooks, Beth McCann, Susan Greene, Safety Department


11 things to understand about Denver

THERE ARE SOME THINGS the whole country knows about Denver: Our football team is the greatest, we have incredible access to the mountains, our airport is a major hub for travelers. Then there are the things you only understood after visiting The Mile High City. For starters? It really is one mile high in elevation. But there’s so much more to Denver than what the guidebooks describe. Whether it’s the building rules about not blocking the mountain view, the warmer-than-you-think temperatures, th...
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Tens Of People Rally Across The Country In 'March 4 Trump'

Hours after Donald Trump accused his predecessor Barack Obama of wire-tapping Trump Tower before the election, the president’s fans gathered in cities across the country to show their support. And with the help of Trump protesters, many of the crowds appeared to top dozens of people or more.  The #March4Trump rally in Raleigh has been met with a group of protesters. pic.twitter.com/p4CZ3Hm24N— Taj Simmons (@TajBSimmons) March 4, 2017 To be sure, there were throngs of people in cities like Nash...
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We Marched. Now What?

Like millions of women - and men - I joined the Women's March on January 21st. It's now on record as the biggest demonstration in US history, and the estimates are that in Denver alone, where I was, we had 200,000 people gathered in Civic Center Park. The energy was incredible, the signs were funny and snarky, and the passion and diversity of the crowd was on a scale I have not before, and I attended national marches many years before. It was also a friendly, positive and polite audience, findi...
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Our visit to Denver – our favourite Mile High City

Denver is one of the coolest cities in the US. It’s a mile high, has a huge outdoor culture, a fanatical sports following, a growing craft brew scene and emerging foodie scene. Denver is one if the fast growing areas for millennial migration in the US so the city is quite hip, edgy, and happening. It’s walkable, has some of the friendliest and happiest people in America, and is surrounded by the mesmerizing Rocky Mountains and Colorado River – my favourite places to play in the US. We visited De...
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Colorado Senate opens with different tones for the legislative session

Colorado Senate President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, gives a speech on opening day of the 2016 Colorado Legislative Session at the Colorado State Capitol January 13, 2016. Colorado Sen. President Bill Cadman, R-Colorado Springs, during the start of the 2016 Colorado Legislative Session at the Colorado State Capitol January 13, 2016.
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Colorado ballot measure seeks to limit gay marriages as civil unions

Stephanie Santorico, left, and her wife, Diane Santorico celebrate moments after they married on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol during a rally on Friday, June 26, 2015, celebrating the Supreme Court's ruling giving same-sex couples the right to marry nationwide. A proposed ballot initiative filed Thursday would redefine same-sex marriages in Colorado as civil unions.
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Colorado advocates cheer U.S. Supreme Court ruling for gay marriage

Stephanie Santorico, left, and her wife, Diane Santorico celebrate moments after they married on the west steps of the Colorado State Capitol during a rally on Friday, June 26, 2015, celebrating the Supreme Court's ruling giving same-sex couples the right to marry nationwide. The U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage ensures that hundreds of gay and lesbian betrothals in Colorado since the state's ban ended last year will be recognized in all 50 states - and prompted celebra...
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