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  • The dangers of public art

    The dangers of public art0

    • June 8, 2018

    Okay. I’ll reluctantly admit it. I think Blucifer rocks. I love that creepy, devilish blue “Mustang” statue you drive by on the way to DIA. It is powerful and eerie. And, in full-on Steven King-like glory, this spawn of evil literally killed its own creator. Seriously. While building the monster, Luis Jiménez had the artery

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  • No, it’s not you, Peter Pan. It’s the law that prevents you from growing up.

    No, it’s not you, Peter Pan. It’s the law that prevents you from growing up.0

    • March 16, 2018

    Many progressives want to lower the voting age to 16, yet they want to raise the age to buy a long gun to 21, all while Obamacare lets them stay on mommy’s health care plan until they’re 26. So just when does someone become an adult anymore? Is it any wonder young people today seem

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  • How to hire the chief of police

    How to hire the chief of police0

    • January 19, 2018

    A police officer works for a chief of police. A deputy works for a sheriff. Police officers work in a police department, emphasis on the word department, as in another department of the city, like water and sewage. Deputies work in the sheriff’s office, a stand-alone office of government. The big distinction: a chief of

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  • Surviving the political hell known as Christmas dinner

    Surviving the political hell known as Christmas dinner0

    • December 26, 2017

    For those of us who have strong political opinions, we generally fall into three tribes, progressives, conservatives and libertarians. I’m not talking about political parties. I’m talking about guiding moral philosophies. You already know your tribe and I’m guessing you’re comfortable in your moral superiority. I know I am. Inside each of these tribes we

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  • Welcome to Colorful East California

    Welcome to Colorful East California0

    • December 8, 2017

    by Jon Caldara A fascinating recent report by The Denver Post’s Aldo Svaldi (which I’m pretty sure is the name he made up to start a budget winery) details the demographic shifts happening to our once ruggedly individualistic state. More people are still pouring into Colorado than sneaking out, but the gap is narrowing. Last

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  • Supreme Court’s gay cake case is about a lack of religious tolerance

    Supreme Court’s gay cake case is about a lack of religious tolerance0

    • November 21, 2017

    This June, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The facts of the case are similar to the Oregon one: a same-sex couple tries to buy a custom-decorated wedding cake from a business owned by a Christian baker; they were refused based on the bakers’ religious beliefs. Both couples asked their states’ civil rights agencies to prosecute the offending bakers. Both prosecutions were upheld by state courts.

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