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Thugs and the July 04 Parade

Well, for all the drummed-up controversy of having people of all ages and backgrounds march with (unloaded) rifles in the Independence Day Parade here in Westcliffe, what really happened was a parade of celebration of American independence from tyranny in … Continue reading

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Stupidity of Common-Sense Gun Laws in Colorado

Have you noticed the new mantra for the good sheep?  It’s a blend between “common-sense” and some form of the word/phrase “gun control” or “gun legislation” or some such.  Does this ring a bell?  I’ve read this phrase and its … Continue reading

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Colorado Amendment 61: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Colorado Amendment 60: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Colorado Proposition 101: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Colorado Government Spending Outpaces Population Growth by 369 Percent

Holy Government Growth, Batman!  It’s like a malignant tumor.  Did you know that government spending outpaced state population growth by nearly four times?  Can you even believe it?  I had no idea things were this bad. I was doing some … Continue reading

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Campaign-Finance Complaint Filed Against Southern Colorado Tea Party

I told you this would happen—but then again, that was under the assumption that the unconstitutional DISCLOSE Act were passed.  Thus far, it has yet to clear a vote in the Senate. In this article from the Pueblo Chieftain, we … Continue reading

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Candidate Survey Reply from Scott Tipton (Colorado)

We’ve just received a reply from candidate Scott Tipton, running for Congress for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district.  Scott plans to attend our “Getting Ready for Election Day” gathering on August 5th. As I mentioned in a previous post, the Southern … Continue reading

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Interesting Article on Ken Buck and Jane Norton (Colorado)

The Colorado Senate race is proving to be as surprising as many of the other races throughout the country.  And like other races, there’s a surprise showing of a grass-roots candidate going up against an establishment-supported candidate in the primary. … Continue reading

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Candidate Survey Reply from Bob McConnell (Colorado)

We’ve received a reply from candidate Bob McConnell, running for Congress for Colorado’s 3rd congressional district.  Bob has spoken with us at our events before, and it’s nice to have some straight replies to questions that matter to us. In … Continue reading

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