Politicians in Denver and at the local level should reduce corporate welfare spending that puts small businesses at a disadvantage, cut taxes and regulations, and shrink their government bureaucracies.
Amendment 70 does not, indeed it cannot, lead to increased prosperity for the State of Colorado. It will in fact hurt the very people it is intended to help.
With California billionaire Tom Steyer playing a huge role in down-ballot races, the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry says state legislative races are “the most critical thing for this election cycle.”
There’s no such thing as a free minimum wage. The effects include throwing some people out of work, who will then get the real minimum wage of zero.
This year, the single-subject rule kept off the ballot a reasonable attempt to change the way Colorado draws congressional and legislative district maps after each decennial census.
Initiative No. 98: Automatically sending the state’s unaffiliated voters ballots of both major parties so they can vote for candidates in one or the other primary without joining, even temporarily, that party? That’s so… Millennial: Participation without commitment.
“We must be scrupulous, always scrupulous, in our protection of the rights of those who disagree with us.”
The reason bureaucracies live forever: They happily take a mile when given an inch, but tend to ignore those all-too-rare legislative attempts to curb their authority. Like rented mules, they need to be hit with a two-by-four just to get their attention. Frances Koncilja, newest member of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission, is trying to wield such a plank. Just […]
“The intent was to get everyone in compliance, not to steal their home, not to steal their business, not to shut them down and put these poor people (Duran’s employees) out of work even though it’s seasonal work. That was not the intent,” Duran said.
Each driver has one vote in the co-op but the year-end dividend isn’t divided equally among members. Communism it’s not.