kyle clark

Many plans does not mean you have a plan. Gentlemen, which plan do you favor, if any? Hundreds of bills! Small and big! Very
The Colorado Independent's Corey Hutchins' story about anonymous campaign flyers may later play a role, in a small way, in
If you're a journalist, what do you do with Coffman's qualifier? Do you say he's opposed to a citizenship path? Against it
Journalists take a lot of hits these days, but we're all glad they're out there asking questions.
It seems sometimes that reporters see Democratic statements, calling on Republicans to denounce Trump's latest outrageous comment, as a political game. It's politics yes, but legit. Republicans up and down the ballot should be asked why they support Trump--or don't.
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Colffman lacks the "sense of shame about transgressing norms and common decencies" that Podhoretz finds absent in Trump.
Brandon Rittiman and Kyle Clark are political reporters at KUSA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Denver, which says it has "adopted a 'pro-fact' philosophy." I'd love to see them go all pro-fact on Scott Walker, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush, and on Hilary Clinton too, the way they did with Cory Gardner and Mark Udall in Colorado.
In a time when everyone complains about the demise of local journalism, we saw some great stuff. Of course, there were epic lapses, but I'll get into those later, or perhaps at our (bipartisan) Nov. 11 panel discussion on media coverage of the 2014 election.