Books by and about 2016 presidential candidates|
| Hard Choices,|
by Hillary Clinton (2014)
| Crippled America ,|
by Donald J. Trump (2015)
| Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,|
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
| Outsider in the White House,|
by Bernie Sanders (2015)
| American Dreams,|
by Marco Rubio (2015)
| Taking a Stand,|
by Rand Paul (2015)
by Scott Walker (2013)
| A Time for Truth,|
by Ted Cruz (2015)
| One Nation,|
by Ben Carson (2014)
| Trump/Pence vs. Clinton/Kaine On the Issues ,|
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
| Living History ,|
by Hillary Rodham Clinton (2003)
| Between Hope and History ,|
by Bill Clinton (1996)
| In Harm’s Way ,|
by Dr. Jill Stein (2000)
| Democrat vs. Republican vs. Green vs. Libertarian,|
Four Party's Presidential Nominees On The Issues (2016)
Books by and about 2012 presidential candidates|
| Ten Letters
about Pres. Barack Obama (2011)
| Do Not Ask What Good We Do
about Rep. Paul Ryan (2012)
(click a book cover for a review or other books by or about the presidency from Amazon.com)
| OnTheIssues.org excerpts: (click on issues for details)
Darryl Glenn: Life begins at conception.
Darryl Glenn: Supports fetal personhood; opposes Planned Parenthood.
Michael Bennet: Classify contraception as preventive care & no moral issue.
Darryl Glenn: Endorsed by Colo. Citizens for Life & National Right to Life.
Jon Keyser: Life is sacred; a pro-life Coloradan.
Ryan Frazier: Pro-life & pro-conservative values.
Tim Neville: All human life is precious and must be protected.
Tim Neville: OpEd: Parked "crisis pregnancy van" outside the Capitol.
Cory Gardner: No Personhood Amendment; birth control over-the-counter.
Cory Gardner: Make "the pill" available without a prescription.
Cory Gardner: OpEd: extreme push for nationwide Personhood law.
Mark Udall: AdWatch: defend woman's right to make her own choices.
Cory Gardner: Sell contraceptives over-the-counter to avoid Hobby Lobby.
Amy Stephens: NO on penalties for violent offenses against pregnant women.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted YES on penalties for violent offenses against fetuses.
Amy Stephens: Long history of working for pro-Life causes.
Ken Buck: Opposes abortion rights, even in cases of rape and incest.
Ken Buck: Oppose federal funding & protect the unborn.
Jane Norton: Pro-life and oppose all federal funding of abortion.
Ken Salazar: Abortion decision should be between a woman and her God.
Ken Salazar: Supports parental notification but not extreme limits.
Tom Strickland: Protect freedom to choose; government has no role.
Budget & Economy|
Ryan Frazier: Pro-job growth, pro-balanced budget, & pro-worker.
Tim Neville: Stop robbing from future generations.
John Hickenlooper: Increase budget reserves; extend job-creation tax credit.
John Hickenlooper: Rebuild reserve fund after Great Recession.
Michael Bennet: Stimulus bill avoided Depression; now we need infrastructure.
Ken Buck: We spent $787B on stimulus with nothing to show for it.
Michael Bennet: Stimulus bill limited because recession worse than expected.
Jane Norton: Economic recovery depends on lower taxes & balanced budget.
Michael Bennet: Transparency on paying for tax cuts and spending programs.
Bob Schaffer: $700B bailout is dead hand of government making things worse.
Bob Schaffer: Congress’ 2007 laws made private sector pay for bailout.
Bob Schaffer: $700 billion bailout is necessary but essentially a tax.
Mark Udall: Financial bailout results from Reagan & Bush GOP policies.
Mark Udall: $700 billion bailout is not good for my constituents.
Cary Kennedy: Give voters more info about where tax dollars are spent.
Ken Salazar: Cut national debt and close tax loopholes.
Victor Mitchell: Voted against Trump due to misogyny concerns.
Mike Johnston: Participated in Women's March in Denver.
Darryl Glenn: Opposed health insurance for same-sex city workers.
Tim Neville: Marriage is between one man and one woman only.
Ken Buck: Won't compare gays to alcoholics again; better candidate now.
Owen Hill: Gay marriage forces gay agenda onto straight society.
John Hickenlooper: Let's pass civil unions!
Amy Stephens: Traditional marriage without Civil Unions.
Amy Stephens: Rated 43% on voting positions by Women's Lobby of Colorado.
Randy Baumgardner: Rated 35% on voting positions by Women's Lobby of Colorado.
Ken Buck: Buck "mis-spoke" comparing homosexuality to alcoholism.
Ken Buck: Birth influences homosexuality like it influences alcoholism.
Ken Buck: Being gay is a choice, but birth has an influence.
Ken Buck: Don't-ask-don't-tell policy makes a lot of sense.
Michael Bennet: Opposition to homosexuality is an outdated views of society.
Ken Buck: Prosecute the murder of transgender as a hate crime.
Jane Norton: Define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Ken Salazar: Oppose the Federal Marriage Amendment.
Ken Salazar: Change the Patriot Act to balance civil liberties.
Ed Perlmutter: Affirnative action needed at colleges but not state agencies.
Ed Perlmutter: No same-sex marriage, but allow equal benedifts.
Jon Keyser: Give job creators every opportunity to succeed.
Peg Littleton: Allow small businesses to keep more of what they earn.
John Hickenlooper: Colorado Blueprint: build a business friendly environment.
John Hickenlooper: Regulatory impact statement on all new legislation.
Ken Buck: Small business can turn economy around with lower tax burden.
Ken Buck: It's bad when the government owns car companies.
Mark Udall: No welfare for CEOs in financial bailout.
Ken Salazar: Close loopholes that encourage overseas headquarters.
George Brauchler: Death penalty is legitimate rule of law.
Mike Johnston: Reduce sentencing disparities; ban police chokeholds.
Ryan Frazier: Criminal justice reform needed against $30,000 per inmate.
Bob Beauprez: Require public notice when releasing violent prison inmates.
John Hickenlooper: Longer minimum prison sentences do not reduce crime.
Ken Buck: Closed loophole that had let abusive fathers contact kids.
John Hickenlooper: $34 million for violence-preventing mental health services.
John Hickenlooper: $20M for mental health 24/7 call-in centers.
Amy Stephens: Voted NO on parole violation punishment reduction.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted NO on parole violation punishment reduction.
Amy Stephens: Voted YES on requiring all convicts to submit DNA.
Ken Buck: 2006: Declined to prosecute "buyer's remorse" date-rape case.
William Owens: DNA tests for all felons; “Two strikes” for child molesters.
Ed Perlmutter: Support the use of the death penalty.
Ed Perlmutter: Alternative sentencing for non-violent offenders.
George Brauchler: Opposed marijuana legalization; but keep the feds out.
Darryl Glenn: Feds should leave marijuana law to states, including banking.
Darryl Glenn: Congress should leave opioid law to states.
Jon Keyser: Feds should let marijuana businesses use normal banking.
Jon Keyser: Focus on awareness and treatment for opioid addiction.
John Hickenlooper: Regulatory regime to marijuana needs to be strengthened.
John Hickenlooper: Voters were "reckless" to legalize retail marijuana.
Owen Hill: Voted NO on regulating retail marijuana.
Owen Hill: Voted NO on regulating retail marijuana.
Randy Baumgardner: Sponsored bill for regulating retail marijuana.
John Hickenlooper: Now it's legal, but keep marijuana out of the reach of kids.
Victor Mitchell: Don't boost No education spending via tax increases.
Victor Mitchell: Lower the cost of college.
Mike Johnston: Keep up with innovation: 2 years of free college or training.
Mike Johnston: National Guard service in exchange for state college tuition.
Mike Johnston: Weaken tenure protections; strengthen teacher evaluations.
Darryl Glenn: Take back our education system from federal bureaucrats.
Jon Keyser: Provide parents with more choices.
Peg Littleton: Led the effort against Common Core & for charter schools.
Ryan Frazier: Improve education with local control.
Ryan Frazier: Fix the student loan crisis for our college graduates.
John Hickenlooper: Earn-and-learn programs to reduce attainment gap.
John Hickenlooper: Some standardized testing is necessary.
Tim Neville: Choices for parents, from vouchers to charter schools.
Tim Neville: Abstinence-only instead of comprehensive sex-ed.
Bob Beauprez: Our common-sense electorate defeated Amendment 66.
Tom Tancredo: Tax credits for private school tuition.
Owen Hill: Eliminate the Department of Education.
Amy Stephens: Voted NO on expanding comprehensive sex education.
Owen Hill: Voted NO on expanding comprehensive sex education.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted NO on expanding comprehensive sex education.
Amy Stephens: Voted NO on authorizing same-sex civil unions.
Owen Hill: Voted NO on authorizing same-sex civil unions.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted NO on authorizing same-sex civil unions.
John Hickenlooper: Support great teachers in a 21st Century education system.
Bob Schaffer: More competition needed in higher-ed loan-making.
Mark Udall: More money for government-run college aid programs.
Cary Kennedy: Supports wise investments in Colorado's public schools.
Ken Salazar: More scholarships for college.
Ken Salazar: Strongly supports public education.
Ken Salazar: Expand early childhood and after school programs.
Ken Salazar: Ensure higher education is affordable and accessible.
Tom Strickland: Expand Head Start program for underprivileged kids.
William Owens: Teacher merit pay; student standards; smaller class sizes.
Ed Perlmutter: Stress abstinence in sex education programs.
Ed Perlmutter: Increase teacher funding & school construction.
Energy & Oil|
Darryl Glenn: I do not believe that man is contributing to climate change.
Darryl Glenn: Welcoming energy policies; march toward energy independence.
Jon Keyser: Energy security=national security; all-of-the-above policy.
Peg Littleton: Supports all-of-the above energy policy.
Ryan Frazier: Embrace American energy independence.
John Hickenlooper: Pursuing renewables; solar and wind.
Tim Neville: EPA's war on oil, gas and coal kills jobs.
Mark Udall: We're prepared to put a price on carbon.
John Hickenlooper: Colorado Energy Office: efficiency and renewables.
John Hickenlooper: Innovative drilling technology for abundant natural gas.
John Hickenlooper: Develop unconventional technology for extracting shale oil.
John Hickenlooper: Fracking opens new era of energy; but disclose ingredients.
John Hickenlooper: As exploration geologist: focus on wind, solar, gas, coal.
Ken Buck: Continue our traditional sources of energy.
Jane Norton: Oppose cap-and-trade; support all-of-the-above.
Bob Schaffer: Federal government rakes in funds from high energy prices.
Mark Udall: We need comprehensive plan, not just oil & gas development.
Tom Strickland: Enforce environmental regs and address global warming.
Tom Strickland: Restrict nuclear waste shipment.
Jon Keyser: Advocate for clean air, clean water, and open space.
Peg Littleton: Won county funds for bicycle paths and open spaces.
John Hickenlooper: Watershed cleanup shouldn't always meet fed. standards.
Tim Neville: Scale back economy-crushing EPA regulations.
Darryl Glenn: Re-open New Santa Fe Trail through US Air Force Academy.
John Hickenlooper: Start methane capture rule; finish Water Plan.
John Hickenlooper: Develop federal land instead of protecting the sage grous.
John Hickenlooper: Water policy: Collaboration, Conservation and Capacity.
Ken Buck: Protect rural water supplies like Arkansas River basin.
Michael Bennet: $5 million to begin work on the Arkansas Valley Conduit.
Ken Salazar: Protect and preserve our land and water.
Families & Children|
John Hickenlooper: Low-income women get long-acting reversible contraceptives.
John Hickenlooper: Consolidate 23 early childhood services under one roof.
Tom Strickland: Expand children’s health insurance coverage.
Pat Buchanan: Littleton due to poisoned culture declaring “God is dead”.
Michael Bennet: Diplomatic tools to invest in stability before crisis.
Peg Littleton: Unwavering defender of the nation of Israel.
Ken Salazar: We need cooperation of our traditional allies on terrorism.
Bob Schaffer: Reducing repatriation tax pumps capital into economy.
Mark Udall: Reducing repatriation tax rewards sending jobs overseas.
Mike Johnston: No PAC money when running as state senator or as governor.
Darryl Glenn: Supports unlimited contributions by individuals.
Michael Bennet: Federal review voting of discriminatory state voting changes.
Darryl Glenn: Democracy needs increased political participation.
Michael Bennet: Constitutional amendment tooverturn Citizens United.
Owen Hill: Stick to the enumerated powers our founding fathers gave us.
John Hickenlooper: Apply LEAN principles to EVERY state agency.
Tom Tancredo: 2001: pledged 3-term limit; 2002: served 4th & 5th term.
Ken Buck: Opposes secession for northern Colorado counties.
Amy Stephens: Voted NO on same-day voter registration.
Owen Hill: Voted NO on same-day voter registration.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted NO on same-day voter registration.
John Hickenlooper: Pits and Peeves: Replace red tape with LEAN government.
Ken Buck: Not, repeat not, for repealing the 17th Amendment.
Jane Norton: Opposes earmarking in $787 billion "stimulus" plan.
Jane Norton: Only strict constructionists as federal judges.
Pete Coors: The 527 loophole is also a freedom of speech.
Ed Perlmutter: Supports public funding for political campaigns.
Victor Mitchell: 100% record with NRA, but I don't believe in bazookas.
Darryl Glenn: Second Amendment is unambiguous, despite acts of violence.
Jon Keyser: Firm supporter of the Second Amendment.
Peg Littleton: Advocate for responsible gun ownership.
Ryan Frazier: Pro-second amendment.
John Hickenlooper: Develop a program to reduce suicides by gun.
Tim Neville: The Second Amendment is a bulwark against tyranny.
Tim Neville: Constitutional Carry bill: no such thing as concealed permit.
John Hickenlooper: CO cares about 2nd Amendment, but also safe communities.
John Hickenlooper: Universal background checks & ban on high capacity magazines.
Tom Tancredo: Running in opposition to new gun control laws.
John Hickenlooper: State Senate "Line item recall" about too-strict gun control.
John Hickenlooper: Universal background checks but no assault weapon ban.
John Hickenlooper: Keep guns out of the hands of mentally ill.
Amy Stephens: Co-sponsors every pro-2nd Amendment bill in Legislature.
Ken Buck: No federal database of gun owners.
Jane Norton: Strong supporter of the Second Amendment.
Ken Salazar: Protect the individual right to use firearms.
Ken Salazar: Restrict felon possession, and ban assault weapons.
Ed Perlmutter: Ban semi- automatics; require child-safety locks.
George Brauchler: Charge co-pays to low-income residents on Medicaid.
Victor Mitchell: Promote patient-centered health care.
John Hickenlooper: Basic health care is a right, not a privilege.
Darryl Glenn: ObamaCare is entitlement program that we cannot afford.
Michael Bennet: Help seniors on Medicare; speed up drug approval.
Darryl Glenn: ObamaCare has made health insurance much more expensive.
Darryl Glenn: Repeal & Replace ObamaCare, and Restore out freedoms.
Darryl Glenn: Tort reform; catastrophic coverage; wellness programs.
Peg Littleton: ObamaCare makes healthcare less accessible & more expensive.
Cory Gardner: Ebola: immediate ban on all travel from West African.
Amy Stephens: AmyCare was lesser of 2 evils to exempt state from ObamaCare.
Cory Gardner: ObamaCare has led to 335,000 cancellations in Colorado.
Mark Udall: AdWatch: Targeted by RNC robocalls for support of ObamaCare.
John Hickenlooper: Current health costs restrain job growth & hurt families.
Michael Bennet: I back fiscally sound measures, including Medicare cuts.
Ken Buck: $500B savings in Medicare is heart of health care reform.
Michael Bennet: $500B savings in Medicare is heart of health care reform.
Ken Buck: Government-run system infringes freedom & rations care.
Jane Norton: Competition is key to lower costs and increased access.
Michael Bennet: Committee membership: Health, Education, Labor & Pensions.
Cary Kennedy: Increase tobacco tax and invest it in cancer research.
Ken Salazar: Take next steps toward universal coverage.
Ken Salazar: Medicare Rx bill was a mistake; need innovations.
Tom Strickland: Control prescription drug prices.
Tom Strickland: Add prescription benefit in Medicare.
Darryl Glenn: CBRNE represents greatest threat for a mass casualty event.
Jon Keyser: Keep United States Northern Command in Colorado.
Darryl Glenn: Defense budget that provides needed tools and training.
Jon Keyser: Deep understanding of the dynamic threats we face.
Peg Littleton: Protect Colorado from base closures and other downsizing.
Peg Littleton: Unwavering support for veterans who fought for our freedom.
Peg Littleton: Oppose moving detainees from Guantanamo to Colorado.
Ryan Frazier: Strengthen our military against threat of militant extremism.
Tim Neville: Peace through strength: aid our friends & weaken our enemies.
Tim Neville: No warrantless search or seizure.
Michael Bennet: Mixed history on transferring Gitmo prisoners to US prisons.
Darryl Glenn: Strengthen our nation's security & international defense.
Mark Udall: Reform the NSA; stop gathering millions of phone records.
Mark Udall: Real reform to stop NSA overreach.
Mark Udall: NSA should not collect bulk data; go through FISA court.
Mark Udall: FactCheck: Yes, NSA can collect phone records on Americans.
Mark Udall: Reopen PATRIOT Act: stop gathering secret phone data.
John Hickenlooper: Make hiring veterans a priority.
Ken Buck: No eminent domain for 238,000-acre Trinidad training site.
Michael Bennet: No expansion option for 238,000-acre Trinidad training site.
Ken Buck: Fight for a strong national defense.
Michael Bennet: Increase military size & strength for new types of conflict.
Ken Salazar: Implement the reforms recommended by the 9/11 Commission now.
Pete Coors: We’ll never have perfect security in the US.
Pete Coors: Important to check baggage and freight.
Ken Salazar: Fight war on terror without sacrificing our freedoms.
Ken Salazar: Fighting war on terror is not easy nor inexpensive.
Pete Coors: We should be more worried about Iran and North Korea.
Pete Coors: Scrutinize the massive intelligence failures in the US.
Pete Coors: Get people in a coalition that’s been working with the enemy.
Ken Salazar: Ensure emergency personnel have the support and resources.
Mike Johnston: Protect immigrants living in the country illegally.
Darryl Glenn: Start reform with securing the border.
Michael Bennet: Path to citizenship for millions living in the shadows.
Darryl Glenn: End federal funding for sanctuary cities; no amnesty.
Jon Keyser: First step needs to be securing our border.
Peg Littleton: Welcome those who provide a net gain to society.
Tim Neville: No discussion of reform until border is completely secured.
Bob Beauprez: 2007: Cleanse out illegals; 2014: no need to send them home.
Cory Gardner: I support the DREAM Act & some form of legalized work status.
Tom Tancredo: Viva Tancredo: support for legal immigration, in Spanish.
Amy Stephens: Opposes misguided programs that promote illegal immigration.
Ken Buck: More Border Patrol; finish the fence.
Michael Bennet: More National Guard troops on border; then amnesty.
Ken Buck: People with two misdemeanors disqualified for citizenship.
Michael Bennet: Sponsor and enthusiastic support of the DREAM Act.
Ken Buck: Secure the border and say no to amnesty.
Jane Norton: Secure our borders; no amnesty.
Michael Bennet: Our borders not secure; create a path to citizenship.
Bob Schaffer: Opposes sanctuary cities; help local police enforce law.
Mark Udall: Program for illegal immigrants to come out of the shadows.
Ken Salazar: Give benefits to children of longtime illegal immigrants.
Pete Coors: Give no benefits to children of longtime illegal immigrants.
Ken Salazar: Opportunity for undocumented workers to gain legal status.
Darryl Glenn: Repeal the federal minimum wage.
John Hickenlooper: Sustainable jobs are created by the private sector.
Michael Bennet: Opposes Employee Free Choice Act & card-check.
Tom Tancredo: Lure RNC to bring the 2016 convention to Denver.
John Hickenlooper: 51st State Initiative: I got the message on secession.
John Hickenlooper: TBD Colorado: share your vision and priorities for our state.
Principles & Values|
Darryl Glenn: God is the highest authority in my life.
Ryan Frazier: Raised with conservative values, and a faith in God.
John Hickenlooper: Governance needs compromise to work.
Tim Neville: There is a war on religious liberty & Christian schools.
Tim Neville: Read bills and decide if it passes "First do no harm".
Darryl Glenn: Calls himself a Christian constitutional conservative.
Darryl Glenn: Calls himself a "Christian constitutional conservative".
Cory Gardner: Giving up Energy Committee seat to run for Senate.
Randy Baumgardner: Skipped GOP primary debate sponsored by Denver Post.
John Hickenlooper: Operate government with more common sense and less nonsense.
Tom Tancredo: Won't debate in GOP primaries; will debate Dems.
Tom Tancredo: Obama is greater threat to our way of life than any enemy.
Ken Buck: Tea Party is based on frustration, not racism.
Ken Buck: I will not swear allegiance to the Republican party.
Michael Bennet: Pragmatism and independent thinking at national level.
Ken Salazar: Kerry is somebody who I support.
Michael Bennet: Eliminate income cap for payroll taxes.
Darryl Glenn: Raise retirement age for those aged under 55 now.
Jon Keyser: For next generation, use free market reforms.
John Hickenlooper: Update constitutional barriers in state's retirement program.
Ken Buck: Give younger workers option to invest in separate retirement.
Amy Stephens: Voted NO on increases to public employee retirement benefits.
Randy Baumgardner: Voted NO on increases to public employee retirement benefits.
Michael Bennet: Preserve the integrity of entitlement programs.
Michael Bennet: Strongly opposes privatizing or reducing benefits.
Cary Kennedy: Address long term solvency of the state's pension system.
Ken Salazar: Opposes privatization and individual investment accounts.
George Brauchler: Oppose sales tax hike to raise $3.5B for road projects.
Victor Mitchell: No tax increases, not even to boost education spending.
Darryl Glenn: Simplicity & neutrality: lower capital gains & dividends tax.
Jon Keyser: Reform our tax code so it is simple and fair.
Tim Neville: Hard work should be rewarded, not taxed and regulated.
John Hickenlooper: $5 trillion of tax cuts to the wealthy is not the answer.
Ken Buck: Extend Bush tax cuts & cut spending to pay for it.
Michael Bennet: Cut taxes $12B on small businesses.
Michael Bennet: Open to compromise on temporarily extending Bush tax cuts.
Ken Buck: Endless spending in Congress means higher taxes.
Michael Bennet: Target tax cuts to struggling middle class families.
Bob Schaffer: Cutting taxes increased revenue & unleashed economic growth.
Ken Salazar: Enact responsible tax cuts for low- and middle-class.
Ken Salazar: More tax cuts and ending of loopholes.
William Owens: Has cut income taxes, sales tax, & marriage penalty.
Ed Perlmutter: Supports progressive state income tax.
John Hickenlooper: Expand broadband connectivity.
Bob Beauprez: 10-hour traffic jams are not drivers' fault, as CDOT says.
John Hickenlooper: Bring antiquated budget & personnel systems to 21st century.
John Hickenlooper: COIN: Colorado Innovation Network incubates entrepreneurship.
William Owens: More restrictions on Internet crime & porn.
War & Peace|
Darryl Glenn: Nuclear armed Iran poses greatest threat to the U.S.
Darryl Glenn: Iran nuclear deal has made America less safe.
Jon Keyser: Iranian regime is evil, and cannot be trusted.
Peg Littleton: Oppose irresponsible and dangerous nuclear deal with Iran.
Tim Neville: Iranian nuke deal betrays our strong ally Israel.
Michael Bennet: AdWatch: Supports Iranian nuclear deal.
Ken Buck: No deadline for withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Michael Bennet: Commit to bring home troops from Afghanistan in July 2011.
Ken Buck: Don't allow Iran to obtain nukes, even via military.
Ken Buck: Afghanistan war ok; nation-building not ok.
Michael Bennet: Afghan exit after al-Qaida groups destroyed in Pakistan.
Bob Schaffer: Surge is working; but it might take years.
Mark Udall: Proposed votes against the declaration of war.
Mark Udall: Surge has helped, but it’s time to leave Iraq.
Pete Coors: Support adding more troops, oppose setting a war deadline.
Ken Salazar: Bush was not for a Department of Homeland Security.
Ken Salazar: We have a mess on our hands in Iraq.
Pete Coors: Go with the best intelligence you have.
Welfare & Poverty|
John Hickenlooper: Use marijuana tax revenue to address chronic homelessness.
John Hickenlooper: More affordable housing via construction defects legislation.
Bob Beauprez: 2010: 47% of people happy to let others pay the bill.
John Hickenlooper: One Congregation-One Family: churches mentor homeless.