On Monday, the National Federation of Independent Business sponsored a congressional candidate forum at the Broadmoor Golf Club. Six of the seven candidates seeking to represent Congressional District 5 were present. Republican John Anderson was the only absentee, having been called away to Washington on business.
Here’s an infallible rule of modern politics: it’s nobody’s fault. If bad things happen, the passive voice rules. Mistakes were made. Past statements are now inoperative. There might have been irrational exuberance. The weapons of mass destruction might not have been found. And when things move from great to not-so-hot to utterly disastrous, what happens to the architects of disaster?
Mark Useman and Aaron Horn of Cushman and Wakefield Colorado Springs Commercial completed a $2.7 million sale of 41,600 square feet of industrial property at 1902 and 1908 Aerotech Drive in Colorado Springs. The property changed hands from a California firm to a Colorado Springs investment firm involving Jerry Biggs and Kurt Kofford. Horn served […]
Sixty years ago, my father took me duck shooting for the first time. He had given me a 20-gauge single-barreled shotgun a few months before my 12th birthday, and had carefully instructed me in its use. We spent weekends trap shooting and skeet shooting. He taught me how to lead the clay pigeon, estimate range, […]