WEBB: LET THE PEOPLE DECIDE…
Next month, the Denver Public School Board will decide on a replacement for Nate Easley Jr., a former board president who has served the Montbello, Green Valley Ranch and Stapleton neighborhoods since 2009.
Easley will step down from his seat in March to become the executive director of the Denver Scholarship Fund.
All Denver residents should be asking: What criteria will be used to pick his replacement? How transparent will the process be?
WEBB: IN DEFENSE OF A GOOD WOMAN
As a former delegate to the United Nations, I have been especially dismayed by the personal attacks of some Republican critics against UN Ambassador Susan Rice and her comments shortly after the Sept. 11 Benghazi attack.
I saw firsthand in 2009 how Rice and her staff work with information coming through Washington in the most thorough and thoughtful way. As President Obama has strongly defended, Rice’s comments were based on intelligence that she had received and what the administration knew at the time.