Monthly Archives: June 2010

Why not a Fourth of July Seder?

In recent years, a growing number of voices including those of Dennis Prager—who will speak at next week’s Western Conservative Summit—Colorado’s own David Kopel have suggested that America is in grave and immediate need of

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The true meaning of independence

(Centennial Fellow) As we observe the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence this Fourth of July, we should consider the unique form of government for which our Founding Fathers chose to risk “their lives, their

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Are we fit to be free or not, Sen. Shaffer?

The Colorado Senate President, a Democrat, writes in the Denver Post today that he prefers "shades of gray" to my "rigid ideology" as expressed in a 6/20 column(previous post) framing this year's election around whether

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As a CEO, Obama is failing the 3am test

In February of 2008, while the primary season was still in full swing, David Von Dreihle wrote a column titled: “Does Experience Matter in a President?” His central question was whether or not the fact

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Appeasement seems to be in Dems’ DNA

Poor Bubba. Not only is he exposed as Obama’s messenger boy in the sleazy Sestak affair, but now friends report he is absolutely livid over the devastating portrayal of him in the new HBO drama

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Colorado Spine: His or Mine?

Well, well. So my former legislative colleague and adversary Andrew Romanoff now styles himself a man of “backbone” in the Democratic Senate primary against Michael Bennet. Interesting since for upwards of 15 years, as Lynn

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Washington Week 2010 immerses students in public policy

(Centennial Fellow) CCU’s second annual Washington Week took 13 students and three faculty to Washington, DC, from May 23rd to 29th. It was an intensive “immersion” experience into the workings of our government, public policy

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