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  • Economic inequality is Public Enemy No. One

    Economic inequality is Public Enemy No. One0

    • September 15, 2017

    by Jon Caldara A warning to my friends on the political right: Economic inequality is real. And the blowback from it could blindside us and cause a seismic leap to the left from which we may not return. Or let me try it another way. We’re all feeling it: a political tribalism rippling through the

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  • The slow, poisonous creep of government intrusion

    The slow, poisonous creep of government intrusion0

    • September 1, 2017

    You know how in a good spy movie the spy has spent years building up a tolerance to some deadly poison, so when he poisons all the drinks, his victims die, but he doesn’t? Well, using that as mental model … It finally happened. The TSA Pre-Check line at Denver International Airport was longer than

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  • Caldara’s Newsletter 08-23-17

    Caldara’s Newsletter 08-23-170

    • August 23, 2017

    As a nation, we’re still wrapping our collective heads around the ugliness of racism and neo-Nazi rallies like the ones in Charlottesville. I believe this is a dying gasp from a fading, ignorant mindset. Racism isn’t growing, it’s fading. Just look at the rates of interracial marriage and children. The real issue is economic stagnation.

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  • One transsexual Doctor too many

    One transsexual Doctor too many0

    • August 21, 2017

    Each time you flip a coin there is a 50-50 chance it will land heads-up. But the chances of it landing heads two times in a row are 1-in-4. Three times in a row is 1-in-8, and so on. The chances of it landing heads-up 13 times in a row are a whopping 1-in-8,192. And

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  • Caldara’s Newsletter 08-10-17

    Caldara’s Newsletter 08-10-170

    • August 10, 2017

    It’s ATF Party Time! There are so many things the modern progressive just cannot handle: people choosing their own healthcare plan, educational choice, private property rights. But it’s the little things that might annoy them most, like a man enjoying a cigar they have yet to outlaw, a woman sipping one-too-many martinis, and of course,

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  • Caldara’s Newsletter 07-28-17

    Caldara’s Newsletter 07-28-170

    • July 28, 2017

    As I’ve mentioned before, in the quarter century I’ve been an activist in Colorado politics I have never witnessed such a betrayal of taxpayers by Republicans as I did this last legislative session. State senate leadership caved like a Dixie-cup to a half-billion dollar per year tax increase and a multi-billion dollar debt package.

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