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Silver Linings

As 2012 comes to a close, there is much to worry the average American conservative, and it would be easy to dwell on the negative.  And granted, thanks to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and the election results, the … Continue reading

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About Those Absentee Politicians

Great news!  The outgoing Congress has passed the fewest number of laws since any Congress in the last 70 years.  The Founding Fathers would be proud, and as a conservative I am pretty impressed.  Instead of raising our taxes, increasing … Continue reading

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Some Fair Reassurance

Whining is unbecoming.  Granted, last week’s elections were a disaster for conservatives, but must we whine about it?  The reasons for the losses are legion, but do any of them really make any sense? OK, Gov. Mitt Romney may not … Continue reading

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Pelosi And Dem PACs Meddling In Colorado

Stand up for your beliefs, right?  If you are a conservative in a right-of-center state like Colorado, that should be simple enough.  “The truth will make you free,” as it is written in the Bible. Of course, in politics that … Continue reading

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Colorado Democrat Redistricting May Have Left Opening For Republican Underdog

Democrats in Colorado celebrated a hard-fought victory in late 2011 when a state judge sided with the re-districting map of the recently-won Democratic majority statehouse.  Congressional districts that were safely Republican were less-so, and competitive Democratic districts became safer. When … Continue reading

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