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  • Stop school shootings now

    Stop school shootings now0

    • May 16, 2019

    Just two weeks ago I wrote a column for the Denver Post lamenting that 20 years after the Columbine High School shooting our children are still unprotected at government schools. I was out of the country when I heard news of the STEM shooting. I saw the headline and I instantly knew the story without

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  • Coloradans are fighting back

    Coloradans are fighting back0

    • April 15, 2019

    Having grown up in this once liberty-loving state I am struggling with the speed at which our lawmakers are turning us into Venezuela. But I am encouraged by the organic battles that are springing up around Colorado to fight back. And Independence is helping. The passage of SB-181 is a direct attack on the oil

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  • Stop the National Popular Vote

    Stop the National Popular Vote0

    • March 27, 2019

    Governor Polis has signed into law Colorado’s participation in the National Popular Vote Inner-State Compact. If just a few more states join the compact then Colorado’s presidential electors will vote not how Colorado voters instruct them, but how California and New York voters tell them to. We’ve done quite a bit of work explaining why

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  • Couldn’t they at least fake a little respect?

    Couldn’t they at least fake a little respect?0

    • March 15, 2019

    I keep finding myself asking the same question – what happened to the good liberals? You know, the ones that would constantly say the ends don’t justify the means, a person is innocent until proven guilty, and the process matters. There are no such liberals in Colorado state government. Colorado is experiencing a violent lurch

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  • Delegation power baby!

    Delegation power baby!0

    • February 11, 2019

    I understand the concept of delegation. I delegate all important decisions, meetings, and responsibilities to our Executive V.P. Amy Cooke so I can focus my limited office time on Glenlivet and Fortnite. The system works. But what I don’t quite understand is why Colorado’s leaders want to delegate so much decision making power to people

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  • Our 5th Californian of the Year nominee is…

    Our 5th Californian of the Year nominee is…0

    • January 1, 2019

    The Independence Institute is proud to announce its fifth of five nominations for 2018’s Californian of the Year. This coveted recognition goes to the Coloradan who best exemplifies the effort to change our once liberty-loving Colorado into the command-and-control state of California. We believe in the Colorado Culture where we crave the freedom to make

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