Denver Gazette: Why cut Colorado’s investment in its future leaders?

Mar 8, 2021

“There are a few things that have brought people together in the pandemic, one of which is dissecting with friends what series you’ve been late-night binge watching.

‘Tiger King,’ ‘Ozark,’ ‘The Crown,’ and my personal favorite, ‘Cobra Kai.’

The grown-up version of the Karate Kid brought back lots of fun for us kids of the 80’s — the hair-band songs, the tough-guy cars, and oh, the clothes!

But younger viewers got more than nostalgia, they got a peek into the influences that shaped us as their parents, as their leaders.”

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