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  • From fired to hired, plus Tucker Carlson

    From fired to hired, plus Tucker Carlson0

    • February 3, 2020

    In case you haven’t heard, I got fired from my gig as a Denver Post columnist for criticizing the media as liberal, saying sex is binary and generally being insensitive. Guilty as charged by the way. Well I’m excited that the Gazette and its sister publication Colorado Politics took pity on me and asked me

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  • Rob Natelson’s Comment on Jon Caldara and the Denver Post

    Rob Natelson’s Comment on Jon Caldara and the Denver Post0

    • January 23, 2020

    Newsflash for woke “journalists:” Conservatives and libertarians, like others, are entitled speak in their own voices. Not in yours or anyone else’s.

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  • TUNE IN: Jon Caldara on Tucker Carlson tonight at 6:40PM!

    TUNE IN: Jon Caldara on Tucker Carlson tonight at 6:40PM!0

    • January 21, 2020

    Okay, that subject line MIGHT be true. If they can squeeze me in between impeachment craziness, Tucker wants to chat with me about getting canned from the Denver Post for being insensitive in my writing style. Don’t be upset if video of Chuck Schumer whining pre-empts me. I had no idea this enforcement from the

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  • Why the Left wants to destroy the Boy Scouts

    Why the Left wants to destroy the Boy Scouts0

    • August 5, 2019

    Among all Scouting’s values, from the Left’s point of view the worst may be self-reliance.

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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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