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  • Mayor Suthers signs Fix Our Damn Roads petition

    Mayor Suthers signs Fix Our Damn Roads petition0

    • July 13, 2018

    I’m thrilled that the mayor of Colorado Springs just signed our petition to put Fix Our Damn Roads (FODR) on this fall’s ballot. Like most Coloradans, John Suthers is frustrated with how little the state has put into our crumbling roadways, and he knows it doesn’t take another tax increase to properly fund them. FODR

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  • The big winner tonight is… TABOR!

    The big winner tonight is… TABOR!0

    • June 27, 2018

    As I’m watching the numbers roll in tonight from Colorado’s primary elections, I just had to tell you what the news might not pick up on, even if they noticed it. The big winner in tonight’s Republican Primary is our Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights. You might recall last year several weak-kneed Republicans in the state

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  • Who’s steering our primaries now?

    Who’s steering our primaries now?0

    • June 22, 2018

    Hey kids, want to know how not to be the coolest kid in high school? Do what I did! Go down to your county court house right on your eighteenth birthday to proudly register to vote as a Republican. Yep. That’ll get you voted most likely to make it with the prom queen. I’ve been

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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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  • Why your child is safer in a plane than in school

    Why your child is safer in a plane than in school0

    • June 4, 2018

    There hasn’t been a hijacking of a commercial American aircraft since the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, even as hijacking continue around the world. There could be a multitude of reasons for this success including stronger cockpit doors and tougher TSA screening, or at least the illusion of tougher TSA screenings. Apparently,

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  • My compromise offer to the politically correct

    My compromise offer to the politically correct0

    • February 16, 2018

    In our hyper-sensitive culture, where it’s not what you say but the words you use to say it, enough Americans needed to elect a president proved they’re sick and tired of feeling censored. Middle America voters can only be told their white-privileged micro-aggressions are triggering some victim’s oppression so often before Trump’s crudeness becomes a welcome and needed relief.

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