He is now the starting quarterback. Be interesting to see if he gets sacked by the opposing team. They also may be putting him out there so he can fail spectacularly and then they can safely let him go.
 October 18, 2016 at 5:49pm
Now those are refugees I would welcome with open arms.
@Witchy – I just want to say that there are numerous cases where people have been eyewitnesses to events and when later asked about them, tell different versions of it. Also, when something happened a long time ago, witnesses may not remember all the details or think they do remember what happened and their memories are no longer accurate. I’m not saying that they make stuff up, but what they think they remember and what actually happened can be two different things.
 October 15, 2016 at 11:11pm
The people in the Cherry Creek area are so out of touch with reality that they need a survey to tell them not everyone has the same life experiences? Maybe they should just find themselves a bunch of padded rooms, lock the doors and throw away the keys.
 October 15, 2016 at 9:08pm
And they almost were forced to do it because they had created a rule that the CEO could only earn something like 7 times what the base employee could make. So when they wanted to retire, they couldn’t find anyone to take the position.
 October 13, 2016 at 8:15am
It’s interesting that some schools have followed up on, identified and arrested students who issue “creepy clown” threats, but this school was apparently helpless to protect this student.
I hope the family has a good lawyer.
October 12, 2016 at 8:32am
Remember Ross Perot? I do! That’s how Billy boy got into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in the first place.
 October 12, 2016 at 8:26am
I believe that CB’s statement was that IF someone belonged to Jesus, THEN they [the believers] are called to have the same type of compassion. CB said nothing about those who do not believe. There is no implication that those who are not Christ followers can’t be compassionate, merely that all Christ followers SHOULD BE acting in a similar manner.
 October 11, 2016 at 11:51am
I can’t believe I’m seeing all these Republicans who I think of as what Dr. Christine Hoff Sommers calls “fainting couch” politicians.
They would rather see Hillary announced a month ago that she thinks of significant portion of the population as a “basket of deplorables” and “irredeemable’ in the White House than someone who ran his mouth off about a good looking woman over ten years ago.
I was present during a hearing regarding the work that a repair shop was supposed to do on a vehicle following a night time accident on a holiday week-end. The woman was from another part of our state and was rear-ended at a stop light. The company towed the car and said that they would fix it. Two months later, she was presented with a major storage bill and the repairs still hadn’t been started because they “were waiting on the parts”. The vehicle was only 2 months old, so the dealer came down from upstate with a flatbed and loaded the vehicle up while the police watched. The vehicle was back on the street within a week. The repair shop ended up closing in our town and re-opened in another town, where I heard they started off by violating the zoning code. Since then, I don’t think they have done well. Based on what I saw and heard about that crew, I think Mr. Tolbert may not be faking us out.
 September 25, 2016 at 10:55pm
I don’t think it’s because people don’t care. Mr. Palmer died during the evening and many people have already signed off for the day.
Rest in Peace, Mr. Palmer. You played through in excellent style.
 September 17, 2016 at 10:51pm
At best, they will get a ticket, maybe. But in many municipalities, it’s a low priority.