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  • House Bill 1187: Why should state government get to spend more just because people work more?

    House Bill 1187: Why should state government get to spend more just because people work more?0

    • March 7, 2017

    by Linda Gorman A Republican-sponsored bill in the Colorado legislature would likely let state government keep more of your tax money whether it needs it or not. In 2005, Referendum C suspended Colorado’s constitutional limit on the amount of tax revenues that the state could keep. Called the “TABOR timeout,” the Referendum allowed the state

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  • Why date rapists hate TABOR

    Why date rapists hate TABOR0

    • February 28, 2017

    by Jon Caldara The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights does NOT limit tax and spending. In fact, TABOR allows Colorado governments, all 3,700 of them, to rake in and keep unlimited amounts of money and heap unlimited amounts of debt upon your children. It requires you merely be asked first. That’s it. Ask first. You won’t

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  • All the taxes you cannot see

    All the taxes you cannot see0

    • January 9, 2017

    by Jon Caldara Seeing is believing. So, it’s no wonder many in government prefer to work in the dark. It’s not just that they don’t want us to know what they’re fully doing. They don’t want us to know what we’re fully paying. The reason for this emotional manipulation is clear. If the cost of

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  • Gender-based wage gap myth still being perpetuated

    Gender-based wage gap myth still being perpetuated0

    • January 9, 2017

    Studies showing a pay gap do not account for differences in individual choices about what profession to pursue, or how much to work.

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  • Littleton City Council moves to abolish its urban renewal authority

    Littleton City Council moves to abolish its urban renewal authority0

    • November 8, 2016

    From its origins as an effort to address legitimate slum and blight, URAs and TIF are now prime examples of cronyism and corporate welfare at the local level.

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  • Minimum wage as hate laws

    Minimum wage as hate laws0

    • November 3, 2016

    by Jon Caldara Growing up in the seventies and eighties I heard the liberal mantra like a synthetic drumbeat. “The ends don’t justify the means.” From every drippy Norman Lear sitcom to every self-important episode of “Hill Street Blues,” Hollywood lectured us that superior people held to their principles, even if they didn’t like the

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