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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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  • The Most Politically Incorrect Event of the Year!

    The Most Politically Incorrect Event of the Year!0

    • June 26, 2018

    EMBRACE YOUR PERSONAL FREEDOMS at the most politically incorrect event of the year! The Independence Institute’s Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Party and fundraiser flies in the face of left-leaning nannyists and instead revels in the perks of adulthood, including drinking, smoking, and shooting: The same kind of fundamental rights the left works to take away

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  • Get to the Punchline

    Get to the Punchline0

    • June 14, 2018

    Sometimes you can skip right to the punchline and the joke still works: …and then the horse said, “Holy Crap! It’s a talking dog!” …if that’s my thermometer, where’s my pen? …if I could walk that way I wouldn’t need the talcum powder. …$20, same as downtown. …I don’t have to outrun the bear, just

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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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