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RMGO’s Brown on Colorado GOP, guns and recalls: ‘We will piss in their ice bowl’

RMGO’s Brown on Colorado GOP, guns and recalls: ‘We will piss in their ice bowl’

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners Executive Director Dudley Brown earlier this month told RealVail.com he’s looking to take down a dozen Democratic lawmakers with recall elections following the Colorado legislative session…

Humans hammering other species into extinction as climate change accelerates

Humans hammering other species into extinction as climate change accelerates

Somehow there’s nothing quite so sad for skiers and mountain dwellers as seeing a substantial winter’s worth of snowpack rapidly melt away into our surrounding streams and rivers, which is…

Colorado AG Weiser on Mueller report: ‘We’re living in a time when we can’t count on the rule of law’

Colorado AG Weiser on Mueller report: ‘We’re living in a time when we can’t count on the rule of law’

There’s a been a steady drumbeat of Democratic – and to a much lesser degree Republican – condemnation of President Donald Trump following the partial release of former special counsel…

Red flag recalls revealed as purely political Republican tactic voters should reject

Red flag recalls revealed as purely political Republican tactic voters should reject

Republicans eager to start recalling “overreaching” Democrats who are simply doing what Colorado voters overwhelming sent them to Denver to do last November should pay attention to the words of…

Dems finally getting something done to start lowering runaway costs of health insurance

Dems finally getting something done to start lowering runaway costs of health insurance

State Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, is rightly focused on the key issues voters overwhelmingly sent her to Denver to deal with last November. One of the biggest issues, for me…

Celebrating the end of a really good ski season at Vail

Celebrating the end of a really good ski season at Vail

It appears that the solid ski season of 2018-19 at Vail will go out with a bit of a whimper on Easter Sunday, April 21. Don’t get me wrong, I’m…

FBI says threat is over, but that’s not true as long as domestic terrorists can so easily purchase guns

FBI says threat is over, but that’s not true as long as domestic terrorists can so easily purchase guns

The FBI says “there is no longer a threat to the community” after Miami resident Sol Pais, an 18-year-old “infatuated with Columbine,” reportedly was found dead near Mount Evans. Of…

Protect Our Winters destroys hypocrisy of non-argument that keeps snow-sports athletes silent on climate change

Protect Our Winters destroys hypocrisy of non-argument that keeps snow-sports athletes silent on climate change

So I’m that annoying sports reporter who asks athletes questions about politics and policy when seemingly everyone in the world wants sports to be an escape from those things –…

Protect Our Winters, CampSight and late-season powder skiing at Vail

Protect Our Winters, CampSight and late-season powder skiing at Vail

I spent a glorious morning Thursday surfing deep powder on Vail Mountain with the executive director of Protect Our Winters – a great guy I’d never met before who’s originally…

Late-season snowstorm takes aim at Vail, Beaver Creek

Late-season snowstorm takes aim at Vail, Beaver Creek

Snow-Pocalypse, Snow-Mageddon, Snow Bomb Cyclone, choose your term. It’s supposedly coming again to a ski valley near you starting Wednesday, which is good news if you live in the Vail…