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  • Which enviros not to take seriously

    Which enviros not to take seriously0

    • June 13, 2017

    by Jon Caldara The bad news: President Donald Trump’s pulling the U.S. out of the Paris climate accord will cause ocean levels to rise. The good news: It will be from all the crocodile tears of progressives. Those of us who are skeptical of the politics of global warming are labeled “deniers” as an ugly pejorative to

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  • The grand betrayal of Colorado Senate Republicans

    The grand betrayal of Colorado Senate Republicans0

    • May 16, 2017

    by Jon Caldara In 2005, the political fight over Referendums C and D was an epic battle, one for the Colorado history books. Sold as a “five-year timeout” of our Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights, Ref C was narrowly approved by Colorado voters. Its debt-package companion, Ref D, was narrowly rejected by voters. I fought Ref

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  • Digital killed the radio star

    Digital killed the radio star0

    • May 3, 2017

    by Jon Caldara Radio behemoth iHeartMedia, owner of more than 850 radio stations around the country, including the one I broadcast on, 630 KHOW, just announced it might not survive another year. For those of us who love radio, this isn’t a big surprise. Like watching newspapers being destroyed by disruptive new digital technologies and

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  • Why Republicans fail

    Why Republicans fail0

    • April 5, 2017

    by Jon Caldara Congress’ debacle on health care is only the latest example of how Republicans snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Victory here defined as merely counting your votes before you fumble the issue that got you into office. Two decades ago, and speaking more coarsely than would be fitting for a family

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  • HB17-1116 is legislative atonement for driving Coloradans into energy poverty

    HB17-1116 is legislative atonement for driving Coloradans into energy poverty0

    • March 21, 2017

    Put down the crayon and back away from the budget. That is Denver Post columnist Megan Schrader’s parental advice to the Independence Institute in a nutshell. It would take too long to deconstruct all that is wrong with Ms. Schrader’s editorial on our proposed ballot title “Fix Our Damn Roads,” but as head of our energy

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  • Irresponsible by ratepayers: Is Xcel floating legislation for mandated CO version of CPP?

    Irresponsible by ratepayers: Is Xcel floating legislation for mandated CO version of CPP?0

    • March 12, 2017

    If it’s devious and being done behind closed doors, it must be Xcel Energy. Late Friday, two reliable sources independently sent me a copy of what appears to be draft legislation that the monopoly investor-owned utility is quietly shopping around the Gold Dome, in search of a sponsor. Xcel’s name isn’t anywhere on the draft,

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