As faith communities, we believe our values make it clear that the death penalty is wrong. By signing this bill and commuting the sentences of the three inmates on death row, Polis and the state legislature have shown that it is not the role of the government to choose who lives and who dies. We are grateful for this decision to choose grace over vengeance and human lives over fear. At a time when we need faith now more than ever, the passage of this bill is a powerful demonstration of who we are as a state and a people — thoughtful, forgiving, and willing to hold all people with grace. … [Read more...] about Guest Commentary: The goodness, grace and morality in Colorado’s death penalty repeal
Those who doubt Schoep point to his past stunts. They say he tried to escape legal responsibility in the Charlottesville case by signing over control of the NSM to a black man. The move backfired and upset his members so much that some have said he had little choice but to step down. … [Read more...] about He says his Nazi days are over. Do you believe him?