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  • NO to taxes. YES to roads.

    NO to taxes. YES to roads.0

    • August 31, 2018

    Colorado traffic congestion is so bad you can change a tire and not lose your place in line. Good thing our Fix Our Damn Roads effort is picking up steam and racking up endorsements. Not only has Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers come out strongly urging a YES vote, so has the Colorado Springs Gazette.

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  • Isn’t is at least nice to be asked?

    Isn’t is at least nice to be asked?0

    • August 27, 2018

    I mean, being able to say, “thanks, but no,” is such an empowering thing. Just ask all the women who keep turning me down. Well, that’s what Colorado’s Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights does. It requires government to ASK YOUR CONSENT before raising taxes or debt. Sadly, the courts have created so many ways around asking

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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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  • Join the TABOR offensive!

    Join the TABOR offensive!0

    • April 12, 2018

    The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is universally despised, neigh, deplored by every tax-happy progressive around the country. Ever wonder why it’s like sunlight to a vampire to them, and why they’ve weakened it in court-ruling after court-ruling for 25 years? Then please join us on Monday, April 23, in Colorado Springs for our first stop

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  • The Republican grand betrayal that just keeps getting worse

    The Republican grand betrayal that just keeps getting worse0

    • February 2, 2018

    President Donald Trump and the Republican congress just gave us a large tax cut. But Colorado’s Republican-controlled state Senate had already taken it away. To comprehend how that’s possible, we need to understand the largest betrayal of Republican values in Colorado political history: the tax-hiking, debt-raising, TABOR-busting Senate Bill 267, sponsored by Republican state Sen.

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