COS By the Numbers || November 17

The election last Tuesday was obviously a blow to many people that listen to the show and read this column. It was a signal that many citizens of this country are discontent with how the Federal government has been operating. There are issues that this election brought to the surface that obviously need to be…

COS By the Numbers || October 30

35 and 834,065,926 The number of credible cases of voter fraud (35) out of the number of ballots cast (834,065,926) between 2000 and 2014. For the math heads out there, that means in person voting fraud occurs ¬†a whopping .000004375 percent in national general elections. Voting fraud is often cited as a reason for stricter…

Episode 7: To Legalize or Not to Legalize?

With Colorado Springs hurting for tax money it is fair to question whether we, too, should legalize the sale of recreational marijuana within the city limits. What are the pros and cons?

Episode 6: Do we have a Homeless Problem?

With talk of the City For Champions development and the continuing influx of new businesses into downtown Colorado Springs the homeless population is often cited as a ¬†potential determinant to development. Our downtown parks, including America the Beautiful, Antlers Park and Acacia Park play host to large numbers of homeless people in our city. Homeless…